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Instructional Technology Courses for Undergraduates

Instructional Technology
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Undergraduate Courses in Instructional Technology


Dr. Bethann Fine - EDTC 4001/5010 Coordinator/Instructor

Dr. Tammy Scot  - EDTC 4001/5010 Instructor

EDTC 4001 Course Goals

The primary purpose of this course is for students to be competent in information, media, and technology skills as identified by the 21st Century Skills as well as integration strategies for satisfying the North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards, The National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S), and The National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T).

Upon completion of this course:
  • Every student will have the skills to deliver 21st Century content in a 21st Century context with 21st Century tools and technology that guarantees K-12 student learning.
  • Every student will use a 21st Century assessment system to inform instruction and measure 21st Century knowledge, skills, performance, and dispositions.
  • Every student will demonstrate an understanding of the interconnectedness of the world with knowledge and skills.
  • Every student will use data to inform decisions and curriculum development.

EDTC 4001 Course Links

NCDPI K-12 Information and Technology Essential Standards
NCDPI - 21st Century Skills
ISTE NETS - The Standards for Learning, Leading, and Teaching in the Digital Age