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University of Georgia | K-12

Courses Taught

Term

Course #

Course

#

Fall 2012

EER7870
IT6140

Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
Designing Web Tools for the Classroom (online)

8
13

Winter 2012

EER7870
IT6230

Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
Internet in the Classroom (online)

20
8

Fall 2011

EER8700
IT6140
IT8100

Advanced Qualitative Evaluation: Theory and Practice
Designing Web Tools for the Classroom (online)
Background, Issues and Trends in Instructional Technology (co-taught)

5
22
5

Fall 2010

EER7870
IT6140

Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
Designing Web Tools for the Classroom (online)

20
20

Winter 2010

EER8700
IT6230
IT8180

Advanced Qualitative Evaluation: Theory and Practice
Internet in the Classroom (online)
Readings in Instructional Technology

2
19
1

Fall 2009

EER7900
EER8900
IT6110

Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
Qualitative Design for School Research
Foundations of Instructional Systems Design (online)

20
8
22

Summer 2009

IT6230

Internet in the Classroom (online)

13

Winter 2009

IT6230

Internet in the Classroom

8

Fall 2008

IT6140
IT8100

Designing Web Tools for the Classroom (online)
Background, Issues and Trends in Instructional Technology

22
9

Summer 2008

ED7999
IT6140

Terminal Master’s Project (co-teacher – online)
Designing Web Tools for the Classroom (online)

23
11

Winter 2008

IT6230

Internet in the Classroom

16

Fall 2007

IT6140

Designing Web Tools for the Classroom (online)

22

Description

ED7999: Terminal Master's Project
This class is taken at the end of a student's coursework toward a Masters. The Masters Project should reflect the knowledge and skills that you have acquired in the Instructional Technology Program.  As you select a suitable topic, you should think of how that topic will demonstrate those skills. This project is displayed at a Poster Session.

EER7870/EER7900: Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
Fundamentals of epistemological issues, educational perspectives of qualitative research and research design. Readings in qualitative research. Conducting the case study, personal history, and cognitive study. Overview of methods for analyzing talk, text, and interaction.

EER8700: Advanced Qualitative Evaluation: Theory and Practice
Major paradigms of qualitative evaluation, strategies of inquiry, methods of collecting and analyzing materials, the art of interpretation. analysis of real data, including pattern coding, data displays, checklist matrices, transcription, explanation prediction within-case vs cross-case displays, ethical issues in evaluation. Computer use in qualitative evaluation.

EER8900: Qualitative Design for School Research
Field Placement. Integration of theory with practice for conducting, analyzing, and reporting qualitative research or evaluation in the schools.

IT6110: Foundations of Instructional Systems Design
Alternative systems models of instructional design; basic design principles, methods and techniques of pre-design analysis; instructional strategy selection and sequencing.

IT6140: Designing Web Tools for the Classroom
Design, development and evaluation of learning experiences using the World Wide Web. Student creates and evaluates learning activities using the Web; creation of personal learning portal. Basics of HTML and common authoring tools.

IT6230: Internet in the Classroom
Developing problem-based instruction by integrating the Internet into the curriculum and lessons. Students examine models for lesson development and investigate how the Internet may be used as a resource in those lessons.

IT8100: Background, Issues and Trends in Instructional Technology
History of instructional technology practice and intellectual foundations; implication for current issues. Factors likely to affect the future of the field, including contributions of key leaders. Electronic communication techniques used to explore issues with others in the field.

IT8180: Readings in Instructional Technology
Individually-paced course: investigation of recent research studies and theoretical essays in the field.