EDUC 406 Instructional Design, Technology and Assessment

Through this course, students will learn and apply principles of instruction design, assessment, and best practices in technology integration to plan lessons, create and interpret assessments, and differentiate to meet diverse learner’s needs in different environments (e.g., in-person, blended, and online). Students will learn how to use technology to enhance student communication and collaboration and digital, global citizenship. This course explores the utilization of a variety of assessments including formal, informal, formative, summative, authentic, and self-assessment to enhance and guide the instructional process. Record keeping, simple analytics, and data driven instructional decision-making are emphasized. Prerequisites: Admission to Teacher Education and CSCI 101 – Introduction to Computers. Fall, Spring.