Members of the instructional technology program are constantly experimenting with both new instructional strategies and technologies.
Cutting-edge technology allows for ever-increasing collaborations.
Faculty and students actively create new materials and products. The instructional design process is a creative endeavor.
Dr. Ron Preston
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For each reflective statement, reply to the five items below. Use an appropriate heading for each of the five items.
Standards leading to licensure are the 18079 Special Endorsement in Computer Education and 077 advanced licensure for technology coordinators in North Carolina. See ISTE Advanced Standards for digital coaches or North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Standards. When appropriate you may use standards from the Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT). Choose one or two standards that are most representative of your artifact. The reflection should include discussion for each of the standards you've identified for the artifact.
What was assigned and how did you complete the project? Approximately 100 to 150 words are needed for this section. Include a theoretical base or foundation for what you did in the project. Draw on the knowledge base developed by scholars and practitioners to justify the work you did. Include references to textbook authors, readings, and online resources discussed in your courses.
Defend your evidence as if you were a lawyer defending the validity of evidence submitted for the trial. Include references to theory in Instructional Design and Technology.
If you see no need for change, elaborate on the artifact is a good exemplar for the competency or standard.
By uploading your artifact and reflection in TaskStream after completing each course, you can monitor your progress through the program. Further, you will not find yourself in the unenviable position of trying to recall on which computer's hard disk or memory keys all of your artifacts reside and then wondering where those storage devices are.
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