This page displays just a few of the things I learned during my experience in
Michigan State University's MAET program.
Scroll over any of the 9 boxes below to learn more about what I learned while earning my Masters of Arts in Educational Technology form MSU. You can also click any of the boxes below to learn more and see samples of my coursework
Learning in School & Other Settings Dr. Matthew J Koehler Spring, 2013 CEP 807 applies everything learned through the M.A.E.T. program to help build a professional portfolio and create a web presence. In this course I built this portfolio. Click this box to learn more.
Technology and Leadership Joshua Rosenberg Spring, 2013 CEP 815 explores the role of technology leader in the professional setting. This course teaches about project management, planning and implementation. Click this box to learn more.
Learning in School & Other Settings D. Henriksen Fall, 2012 CEP 800 applies several major psychological perspectives to learning both in and out of school. In this course I applied what I learned about Social Constructivist theory to create this video (http://youtu.be/Rkj0xQ8Z-yw). Click this box to learn more.
Approaches to Educational Research Leigh Graves Wolf Fall, 2012 CEP 822 focuses on Educational Research. In this course I learned various research methods, looked at various ways of using data, and built a sample study of cell phone use in the classroom. To see my class artifact, visit the Showcase page. To learn more, click this box. To see my class artifact, visit (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K9MgrZIEi-FzKQxw9NfiDpJ6_OqcuPGxTjkDWeL8oIk/edit?usp=sharing)
Teaching Students Online Ammon Wilcken Spring, 2012 CEP 820 focuses on students in an online setting. I explored several learning management systems including Moodle and Haiku. I created a Geography module for my course project. Visit: https://www.myhaikuclass.com/davissc5/6thand7thgrade/cms_page/view Username: GuestUser2013 Password: password
Applying Educational Technology to Issues of Practice Melissa Jane White Spring, 2012 CEP 812 focuses on applying and evaluating educational technologies to specific problems. In this course I learned more about web 2.0 tools like Weebly and ToonDoo as well as professional resources like Merlot and RSS feeds. To see my class artifact, visit the Showcase page. To learn more, click this box.
Adapting Innovative Technologies in Education Emily Stone Fall, 2011 CEP 811 focuses on stand-alone instructional resources. In this course I explored websites, Web Quests and blogs. This course dramatically changed my thinking about the role of technology in education.
Teaching for Understanding with Technology Sandra Plair Fall, 2011 CEP 810 began my Educational Technology experience with Special Interest Groups, RSS feeds and other professional educational resources.