WSU Graduate Courses - Educational Technology/EDT
EDT 633 BUSINESS EDUCATION: CURRICULUM AND MATERIALS IN BASIC BUSINESS SUBJECTS (Credits: 4)
Business education philosophy, objectives, and curricula on the secondary level of instruction. Curriculum and materials in basic business subjects, bookkeeping, data processing, and sales communication.
PREREQUISITE: ED 211 THROUGH 217 OR EQUIVALENT, COREQUISITE:
EDT 634 CURRICULUM AND MATERIALS:OFFICE PROCEDURES & TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 4)
Curriculum, methods, and materials in typewriting, keyboarding, word processing, and office procedures in the secondary school; current trends in teaching typewriting, keyboarding, word processing, and office procedures.
PREREQUISITE: EDT 433, EDT 212.
EDT 635 BUSINESS EDUCATION CURRICULUM AND MATERIALS: SHORTHAND, TRANSCRIPTION, AND SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES (Credits: 3)
Curriculum, methods, and materials in teaching shorthand, transcription, and secretarial procedures.
PREREQUISITE: OR COREQUISITE: ED 322, OA 320, 213.
EDT 670 WORKSHOP IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 1 TO 6)
(Also listed as EDE 670.) Intensive, practical study in a selected area of educational or applied technology. Titles vary.
EDT 700 ENTRY SEMINAR FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 2)
Introductory seminar into educational technology programs. Students should take this class before or concurrently with their educational technology coursework.
EDT 711 SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT (Credits: 4)
Focuses on the process for developing school library media center collections. Includes policy development, selection, acquisition, weeding, evaluation, development and use of collections, and copyright/intellectual freedom issues.
EDT 715 INFORMATION RETRIEVAL (Credits: 4)
Search strategies are developed and information retrieval technology is used to access sources. Instructs how to implement skills in an educational setting.
EDT 716 BUILDING ONLINE APPLICATIONS (Credits: 4)
Examination of online educational resources by teaching level, subject, and specialized areas. Consideration of issues of intellectual property rights, ethics, student safety, and professional responsibilities.
PREREQUISITE: EDT 700 OR INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION.
EDT 721 CATALOG & CLASSIFICATION (Credits: 4)
Focuses on the process of developing library media center retrieval systems for print/nonprint resources. Students learn to establish standard bibliographic description, access points, classification, subject description, and MARC format for automated systems.
EDT 724 FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (Credits: 3)
Philosophy and objectives of the business education and vocational business and office education curricula on the secondary and postsecondary levels of instruction. Guidance, selection, and placement of students and contemporary influences on business education and vocational business and office education are included.
EDT 727 TEACHING STRATEGIES AND CURRICULUM TRENDS IN NON-SKILLED BUSINESS EDUCATION SUBJECTS (Credits: 3)
Study of recent developments in the teaching of basic business subjects including vocational programs and the development of appropriate teaching strategies.
EDT 728 CURRICULUM AND MATERIALS IN ECONOMIC EDUCATION (Credits: 3)
Analysis of materials available, the development of appropriate teaching units, and the application of special methods for teaching economics on the elementary, secondary, and postsecondary levels.
EDT 729 TEACHING STRATEGIES AND CURRICULUM TRENDS IN ACCOUNTING AND DATA PROCESSING (Credits: 3)
Analysis of the curriculum of business education and vocational business and office education in accounting and data processing, and the development of teaching strategies.
EDT 730 TEACHING STRATEGIES AND CURRICULUM TRENDS IN THE SKILLED BUSINESS EDUCATION SUBJECTS (Credits: 3)
Analysis of the trends, application of new teaching media, and the development of teaching strategies in typewriting, shorthand, transcription, word processing, office procedures, and office machines.
EDT 745 THE ART AND TECHNIQUE OF STORYTELLING (Credits: 4)
Students learn principles of the art of storytelling, as this reflects a listening/language experience. Includes a broad foundation in literature, story cycles, storytelling techniques, and program planning.
EDT 746 TEACHING INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS (Credits: 4)
Major concepts covered include the application of a nonlinear information skills model across curricula: interdisciplinary and authentic curriculum design; and electronic information searching skills.
EDT 749 INTRO INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA (Credits: 4)
Survey course in instructional media including the interpretation of visuals (projected and nonprojected), film, instructional television, gaming, audio technology, multimedia systems, computers, operation of audiovisual equipment, and media facilities. Focuses on the appropriate use of media for specific instructional outcomes.
EDT 751 EDUCATIONAL USE OF VIDEO-BASED TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 4)
Studies the potential, limitations, and techniques for effectively using ITV, radio, distance learning, telecommunications, and interactive video.
EDT 756 ADVANCED TELEVISION PRODUCTION (Credits: 4)
Designed to improve the skills, knowledge, and creativity used in television production. Planning, writing, producing, and editing for educational and informational productions are emphasized.
EDT 763 YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE (Credits: 4)
Students demonstrate applications of young adult literature for ages 12-21 using booktalks, response-centered approach techniques, literary projects, voices in young adult literature discussions, response journals, and media and young adult literature discussions.
EDT 770 INDEPENDENT STUDY (Credits: 1 TO 4)
Individualized course of study under the supervision of the faculty. May include, but not limited to, extensive readings, the performance of a research project, a paper, or a production.
EDT 782 DEVEL MULTIMEDIA PROD (Credits: 4)
Students use elements of instructional design and storyboarding techniques to translate instruction into various types of multimedia presentations.
EDT 786 APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION (Credits: 4)
Types of educational software and applications, software evaluation, curriculum development, and lesson planning integrating computer courseware.
EDT 791 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF SCHOOL MEDIA CENTERS (Credits: 4)
Administrative practices and services that relate to the school library media center. Considers problems pertaining to standards, legislation, personnel, planning facilities, materials, instruction, and management procedures.
EDT 793 EDUCATIONAL NETWORKING OF COMPUTERS (Credits: 4)
Basic and practical networking: preparing educators to communicate, problem-solve, use computer network hardware, LAN and WAN operating systems, and data communication basics including resource monitoring and sharing, electronic messaging, and security issues.
PREREQUISITE: EDT 700.
EDT 799 EXIT SEMINAR IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 2)
Individual and group study of problems related to educational technology. Enrollment is limited to department majors. Should be taken near or at the completion of master degree program.
EDT 817 ISSUES & IMPLICATIONS OF TELECOM IN THE ED ENVIROMENT (Credits: 4)
Students will meet in seminar-fashion in traditional and virtual classrooms. Students will participate in an interactive online discussion group. Students will create and manage an online learning community.
EDT 839 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT (Credits: 4)
Advanced course in the development of a wide range of techniques and materials to improve instruction. Includes factors that facilitate learning, patterns for teaching and learning, the contributions of audiovisual material to improve learning, procedures for designing instruction, and the instructional design plan.
EDT 890 INTERNSHIP (Credits: 1 TO 4)
Students are assigned for a maximum of 100 hours to a library, learning center, computer facility, or video operation to gain practical experience under supervised conditions. Graded pass/unsatisfactory.
EDT 893 GRANT WRITING AND PROGRAM EVALUATION (Credits: 4)
An in-depth study of educational technology concepts and procedures to expand and enhance educational technology in academic settings through the evaluation of current technology services, the planning, and preparation of technology grants.
PREREQUISITE: EDT 700.
EDT 895 ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 4)
Covers leadership theory and networking; qualifications and duties of the director; planning and administering the program; preparing the budget; buying equipment and handling materials; in-service training and evaluation of the program.
EDT 899 MASTER'S THESIS (Credits: 1 TO 9)
The project may be a thesis or creative production and is prepared under the guidance of the student's advisory committee.
EDT 975 DIRECTED STUDY (Credits: 4)
Designed for students enrolled in the Educational Specialist degree program with a focus on technology. Involves library research, analysis, evaluation, problem solving, and critical thinking.
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