RPSEC Course Offerings -Spring 2006

All USCA Registration Policies Apply to All RPSEC Courses)
Traditional Registration For assistantance call Karen Morris at 803-641-3489 (or from Augusta 803-278-1967).


Graduate Courses

Instructional and Informational Applications of Educational Technology- Spring 2006

Design and Development Tools II- Spring 2006

Using Computers to Support Instruction - Spring 2006

 


Graduate Courses

Instructional and Informational Applications of Educational Technology
Credit: 3 hrs graduate credit
Instructor: Dr. Gary J. Senn
Course Number: AETE 731
Course Fee: Regular Tuition
Location: J. D. Lever
Dates: January 9 - February 27, 2006
Times: 3:15pm - 7:15pm
 

Course Description: This course provides students with a survey of the instructional uses of computers and other technologies. Students will develop a thematic unit of instruction, which will determine the content of the course activities. Software relating to the theme will be selected and evaluated. Students will create technology-centered projects and use the Internet as a resourse of information related to the theme.

Design and Development Tools II
Credit: 3 hrs graduate credit
Instructor: Dr. Gary J. Senn
Course Number: AETE 703
Course Fee: Regular Tuition
Location: RPSEC 314
Dates: January 10 - May 2, 2006
Times: 5:00pm - 7:40pm

Course Description: In-Depth development of skills using current and emerging technologies to create a multimedia or web-based project that includes instructional and multimedia elements (e.g., graphics, animation, audio, and video).

Using Computers to Support Instruction
Credit: 3 hrs graduate credit
Instructor: John Hutchens
Course Number: AETE 631
Course Fee: Regular Tuition
Location: RPSEC 314
Dates: January 11 - May 2, 2006
Times: 5:00pm - 7:40pm

Course Description: Teachers will learn the neccessary techniques to make the computer an instructional tool in the classroom. The course is designed to be platform independent so that techniques learned can be applied to any computer system. Teachers will learn the basics of word processing, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint. Teachers will produce handout materials, quizzes and tests, a computerized grade book, student progress reports, an electronic lesson presentation, and a classroom newsletter.

 

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