Spring, 2006
Taught by Bernie Dodge, Marcie Bober, Minjuan Wang and Allison Rossett

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.

Current SDSU students can register via web portal. Not taking classes now at SDSU? No problem. Come to the first class and register through Open University. Cost for each class through open university is $195. Questions? Write bdodge@mail.sdsu.edu.


EDTEC 700 Section 1: Surveys: Design and Use
2 Saturdays: 1/28, 2/11. 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Surveys allows us to capture critical data (from staff, managers, clients/customers, and more) that can improve organizational performance. Learn the ins and outs of good survey design (whether delivered traditionally or online), basic data analysis techniques, and strategies for writing informative but reader-friendly reports that improve the decisions you and your colleagues make as well as the actions you and your colleagues take. Schedule # 10850


EDTEC 700 Section 4: Designing and Managing Learning for the Global Audience
2 Saturdays: 3/11, 3/25. 8:30am to 4:30pm.

What does globalization mean for us as educational technologists, corporate trainers, instructional designers, higher-educational instructors, or K-12 teachers? In this course, you will have an opportunity to explore some of emerging issues in global teaching and training. This course attends specifically to the cultural differences we need to consider as we extend the global reach of an institution or organization. You'll examine theories, strategies, and models for adapting e-learning to other cultures, discuss best practices in global employee training, and explore cross-cultural design research. Schedule # 10883

EDTEC 700 Section 2: New Business: The Convergence of Learning and Technology
2 Saturdays: 2/18, 3/4. 8:30am to 4:30pm.

University of Phoenix? Skillsoft? SumTotal? Oracle? Capella? Technology is changing the way learning happens and learners make choices. What are the options created by the convergence of learning and technology? How is online everything changing even the most resistant sectors? Learn how to navigate this new terrain and how you might make a business of the learning business.
Schedule # 10861

EDTEC 700 Section 5: GPS, Geocode & Googlemaps for Learning
2 Saturdays: 4/15, 4/29. 8:30am to 4:30pm.

The last year has seen an explosion of new online tools that allow us to attach information to specific locations. Learn about geocaching, geotagging, and geo-you-name-it as ways to enliven the teaching of history, math, language arts and (of course) geography.
Schedule # 10894

EDTEC 700 Section 3: Educational Podcasting
2 Saturdays: 3/18, 4/1. 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Podcasting is this year's hot new technology. How can it be used in K-12 and corporate training settings? What tools and formats are appropriate? We'll design, create and disseminate our own podcasts and tell the world our stories. Schedule # 10872

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