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Artifacts


The following artifacts demonstrate the skills and growth that I have achieved in the Educational Technology program at The University of South Carolina Aiken. The samples listed below show my proficiency with applying learning theory, design principles, use of models, and use of multimedia tools and resources.

STANDARD 4: MANAGEMENT


Candidates demonstrate knowledge, skills, and dispositions to plan, organize, coordinate, and supervise instructional technology by applying principles of project, resource, delivery system, and information management.

 

Artifact

Funding Technology Procurement and Life Cycle Replacement

Context

EDET 746 – Management of Technology Resources, Fall 2012

Conditions

I enjoyed this particular assignment very much. This paper involved procuring digital wristbands for an afterschool project in order to measure physical fitness. It was one in which I could use my newly learned skills as well as those I had from previous coursework to create a feasible technology plan that was directly related to my work. This was an assignment where I felt I was confident and in control and that the plan could be implemented in a school with successful results.

Scope

This plan is available on my portfolio website, as it was a paper that was turned in and not published.

Role

I was the sole creator of this plan.

Performance Indicators

4.2.1 Apply resource management techniques in various learning and training contexts.
I applied resource techniques here to create a viable technology plan for an afterschool program to obtain physical education equipment to improve their students’ health. The resources I used and found are available to anyone interested in implementing the plan for their students. Although original targeted to pre-K through 12 students, this could work for any age range including adult groups.


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Artifact

The Impact of an Introductory Class in Online Strategy on First Time Online Students

Context

EDET 780 - Research Seminar In Educational Technology, May 2012

Conditions

This group paper was produced in an effort to see if it was helpful for students to have an introductory course to online learning. It was great working in a group and learning from others perspectives on online learning and classroom techniques. The creation of roles for this project was vital to its success, and knowing each group members’ strengths and weaknesses made the defining of roles easier.

Scope

This paper is still accessible through each classmate’s wiki.

Role

This project was a team effort where I was tasked with editing and research.

Performance Indicators

4.0.1 Demonstrate leadership attributes with individuals and groups (e.g., interpersonal skills, group dynamics, team building).
Each member of the group had a chance to lead throughout the project. They also were given tasks where they could use their particular skills to the greatest effect. We met collaboratively through Skype and Google Docs (now Google Drive). We also used text messaging, email, and calls in order to keep each other up to date with progress and needs.

4.4.1 Apply information management techniques in various learning and training contexts.
We used Skype, Google Drive, texting, emails, and calls in order to share the information we needed for the project. For the actual project, we used wikis and Scribed to disseminate our information and share our research.


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