Update and extend your skills with these special one-unit seminars. Each course includes an online component for discussions and questions between class sessions as well as an extensive list of readings and resources for later use. Kick start your professional development with these fun and challenging courses.
Up to six units of EDTEC 700 may be applied to a Masters degree in Educational Technology.
EDTEC 700 Section 3: Advanced Digital Video
movies isn't just a fun add on for teachers. It actually can be a tool for engaging
a wide spectrum of learners in content learning, enhancing higher level thinking
like synthesis, reflection, and application. Digital video editing now allows
for teachers to create their own artifacts for parent meetings, school web pages,
digital photo books, documentaries and all kinds of resources to enhance learning. Learn
to create and use media rich presentations as well as develop student activities
for using digital video to engage students in content learning in ways other text
rich media can't. Learn how to use still images, digital video, sound effects,
audio voice dubs, special effects, multi-layered video tracks, and many more easy
to use edits to your raw photos and digital artifacts. This section
is open to all levels of teachers K - 16. Particular attention will be paid
to the use of digital video for students' learning of content.
EDTEC 700 Section 5: Educational
EDTEC 700 Section 6: Electronic Teaching Portfolios
With the San Diego teaching job market more competitive
than ever you need to find ways to elevate yourself above others in order to land the
perfect job. Creating a unique web-based electronic teaching portfolio is your key
to success. Take your web design skills to a new level and start marketing your "virtual" self.
EDTEC 700 Section 4: Wikis as Tools
for Collaborative Learning and Knowledge Management
Wikis allow the creation of web pages that are open for
anyone to edit. By making the web a two-way street, they open up new possibilities
for collaborative writing projects and can capture and disseminate the knowledge of
colleagues in a company or discipline. Learn how to create interactive stories, micropedias,
and shoestring knowledge management systems.