Standards Matrix for Educational Technology (NP)Endorsement

J'aime Holderbaum

Directions: In the right hand column of the Educational Technology Endorsement Matrix we have listed the Certificate courses and name of the assignments that apply to each indicator. Please complete the matrix below by briefly describing the project you completed for each listed assignment and how it meets the particular indicator. Along with your brief description of the assignment please include links to any products that have been posted to the web.

Items listed as being covered in 800, 801, or 822 will need to be completed after you have finished those courses. The entire Endorsement Matrix will need to be completed at the end of the Endorsement courses in order to receive the endorsement.

1.0 Foundations

2.0 Specialty Content Preparation for Educational Computing and Educational Technology

3.0 Professional Preparation in Educational Computing and Educational Technology


1.0 Foundations

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Guideline/Standard

Narrative Explaining how teacher has demonstrated the standard with links to products and exhibits

 

Foundations

Professional studies culminating in the educational technology endorsement prepare candidates to use computers and related information technologies in educational settings in an exemplary way in alignment with the “Seventh Standard” of the Entry-Level Standards for Michigan Teachers.  All candidates seeking this endorsement would have opportunities to meet these educational technology foundation standards and to surpass the basic requirements of the “Seventh Standard.”

1.1

Educational Technology Operations and Concepts

Teachers demonstrate a sound understanding of educational technology operations and concepts.

 

Performance Indicators

 

1.1.1. demonstrate at least introductory knowledge, skills, and understanding of concepts related to learning and educational technology as required by the ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Students (and reflected in the Michigan Curriculum Framework). 

CEP 810: Personal Introduction Document in Word
CEP 810: Educational Application of Word
CEP 810: Educational Application of PowerPoint
CEP 810: Educational Application of Excel

 

1.1.2. demonstrate continual growth in educational technology knowledge and skills to stay abreast of current and emerging technologies.

CEP 812: Personal Technology Plan

1.2

Planning and Designing Learning Environments and Experiences

Candidates plan and design effective learning environments and experiences supported by educational technology.

 

Performance Indicators

 

1.2.1. design developmentally appropriate learning opportunities that apply educational technology-enhanced instructional strategies to support the diverse needs of learners.

CEP 811: Creation of Webquest

1.2.2. apply current research on teaching and learning with educational technology when planning learning environments and experiences.

CEP 812: TechQuest Project

1.2.3. identify and locate educational technology resources and evaluate them for accuracy and suitability.

CEP 811: Exploring Web-Based Applications 

 Google Picassa

1.2.4. plan for the management of educational technology resources within the context of learning activities.

CEP 811: Creation of Webquest
CEP 811: StAIR Project

*will also be covered in 800 and 801

1.2.5. plan strategies to manage student learning in an educational technology-enhanced environment.

CEP 811: Creation of Webquest
CEP 811: StAIR Project

1.3

Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum

In alignment with the Michigan Curriculum Framework, candidates implement curriculum plans that include methods and strategies for applying educational technology to maximize student learning.

 

Performance Indicators

 

1.3.1. use, and foster the use of, educational technology-enhanced experiences to address state content and technology standards set forth in the Michigan Curriculum Framework.

CEP 811: Creation of Webquest
CEP 811: StAIR Project

1.3.2. apply educational technology to develop students' higher order skills and creativity, including critical thinking and the learning skills set forth in the Michigan Curriculum Framework.

CEP 811: Creation of Webquest

*will also be covered in 800, 801, and 822

1.3.3. use educational technology to support learner-centered strategies that address the diverse needs of students, including addressing the individual needs of each student, and fostering collaborative, holistic, and self-directed learning.

CEP 811: StAIR Project

 

*will also be covered in 800, 801, and 822

1.3.4. manage student-learning activities in an educational technology-enhanced environment.

CEP 810: Implementing a Model Lesson Plan
CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 811: StAIR Project

CEP 812: TechQuest Project

 

1.4

Assessment and Evaluation

Candidates apply educational technology to facilitate a variety of effective assessment and evaluation strategies. 

 

Performance Indicators

 

1.4.1. apply educational technology in assessing student learning of subject matter using a variety of assessment techniques, including focusing on the assessment of each student. 

Will be covered in 822

1.4.2. use educational technology resources to collect and analyze data, interpret results, and communicate findings to improve instructional practice and maximize student learning, including focusing on the assessment of each student. 

CEP 810: Educational Application of Excel

 

*will also be covered in 822

1.4.3. apply multiple methods of evaluation to determine students' appropriate use of educational technology resources for learning, communication, and productivity, including focusing on the assessment of each student. 

CEP 810: Analysis of Technology Innovation in the Classroom

 

*will also be covered in 822

1.5

Productivity and Professional Practice

Candidates use educational technology to enhance their productivity and professional practice.

 

Performance Indicators

 

1.5.1. use educational technology resources to engage in ongoing professional development and lifelong learning.

CEP 810: Maintaining a NetVibes Page
CEP 810: Personal Learning/Growth Document
CEP 812: Special Interest Group

*will also be covered in 800, 801, and 822

1.5.2. continually evaluate and reflect on professional practice to make informed decisions regarding the use of educational technology in support of student learning.

CEP 812: Personal Technology Plan


*will also be covered in 822

1.5.3. apply educational technology to increase productivity.

CEP 810: Educational Application of Word
CEP 810: Educational Application of Excel
CEP 810: Educational Application of PowerPoint
CEP 810: Analysis of Technology Innovation in the Classroom

1.5.4. use educational technology to communicate and collaborate with peers, parents, and the larger community in order to nurture student learning.

CEP 811: Development of Edublog site
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website

*will also be covered in 800, 801, and 822

1.5.5. use educational technology to collaborate with other teachers and foster collaboration among other teachers, schools, and districts to share best practices in alignment with the State Board of Education’s Policy Framework on Virtual Schools.

CEP 810: Maintaining a Netvibes Page
CEP 811: Creation and Use of a Reflection Blog
CEP 811: Contribute to Idea Exchange Wiki
CEP 812: Creation of a Podcast

CEP 810-812: Sharing Tips and Tricks in Discussion Forum

1.6

Social, Ethical, Legal, and Human Issues

Candidates understand the social, ethical, legal, and human issues surrounding the use of educational technology in K-12 schools and apply those principles in practice.

 

Performance Indicators

 

1.6.1. model and teach legal and ethical practice related to educational technology use.

CEP 811: Web 2.0 Addressing Multiple Perspectives
CEP 812: A Matter of Ethics Lesson Plan

*will also be covered in 800 and 801

1.6.2. apply educational technology resources to enable and empower learners with diverse backgrounds, characteristics, and abilities.

*will be covered in 800 and 801

1.6.3. identify and use educational technology resources that affirm diversity.

*will be covered in 800 and 801

1.6.4. promote safe and healthy use of educational technology resources.

*will be covered in 800 and 801

 

1.6.5. facilitate equitable access to educational technology resources for all students.

*will be covered in 800 and 801

2.0 Specialty Content Preparation for Educational Computing and Educational Technology

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Narrative Explaining how teacher has demonstrated the standard with links to products and exhibits

 

Specialty Content Preparation for Educational Computing and Educational Technology

Professional studies in educational computing and educational technology prepare candidates to exhibit leadership in the identification, selection, and management of hardware and software and the uses of computers and related technologies appropriate to the candidate's teaching field(s).

2.1

Social, Ethical, and Human Issues

Candidates will apply concepts and skills in making decisions concerning social, ethical, and human issues related to computing and educational technology.

Performance Indicators
 

2.1.1

describe the historical development and important trends affecting the evolution of educational technology and its probable future roles in society.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

2.1.2

describe strategies for facilitating consideration of ethical, legal, and human issues involving school purchasing and policy decisions.

*will be covered in 800, 801, and 822
2.2

Productivity Tools

Candidates integrate advanced features of educational technology-based productivity tools to support instruction.

 

Performance Indicators

 

2.2.1

use advanced features of word processing, desktop publishing, graphics programs, and utilities to develop professional products.

CEP 812: TechQuest Project
 

2.2.2

use spreadsheets for analyzing, organizing, and displaying numeric data graphically.

CEP 810: Educational Application of Excel
 

2.2.3

design and manipulate databases and generate customized reports.

CEP 810: Excel Part 3 Tutorial
CEP 810: Educational Application of Excel (if used as a database)

*will be covered in 800 and 801

 

2.2.4

use teacher utility and classroom management tools to design solutions for a specific purpose.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

2.2.5

identify, select, and integrate video and digital images in varying formats for use in presentations, publications, and/or other products.

CEP 811: StAIR Project
CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website

 

2.2.6

create multimedia presentations using advanced features of a presentation tool and deliver them using computer projection systems.

CEP 811: StAIR Project
 

2.2.7

apply specific-purpose electronic devices (such as a graphing calculator, language translator, scientific probe ware, or electronic thesaurus) in appropriate content areas.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

2.2.8

use features of applications that integrate word processing, database, spreadsheet, communication, and other tools.

*will be covered in 822
2.3

Telecommunications and Information Access

Candidates will use telecommunications and information access resources to support instruction.

 

Performance Indicators

 

2.3.1

access and use telecommunications tools and resources for information sharing, remote information access and retrieval, and multimedia/hypermedia publishing.

CEP 811: FTP Tutorial
CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website

(used to submit assignments online)

 

 

2.3.2

use electronic mail and web browser applications for communications and for research to support instruction.

CEP 810-812: Describe use of email and Angel

*will be also covered in 800, 801, and 822

 

2.3.3

use automated on-line search tools and intelligent agents to identify and index desired information resources.

CEP 810-812: Describe use of search tools such as Google or Yahoo and use of the electronic library databases at MSU

*will be also covered in 800, 801, and 822

 

2.3.4

identify and use information access and telecommunication tools to support research and instruction throughout the curriculum.

CEP 812: TechQuest Project

*will be also covered in 800, 801, and 822

 

2.3.5

use local mass storage devices and media to store and retrieve information and resources.

CEP 810-812: Describe use of MSU AFS space, personal storage area in Portfolio system, and use of electronic media to store and retrieve resources

*will be also covered in 800, 801, and 822

2.4

Software/Hardware Selection

Candidates will demonstrate knowledge of selection and management of the educational technology infrastructure in a classroom setting. Candidates will identify and implement software in classroom environments.  They will investigate issues related to educational technology integration.

 

Performance Indicators

 

2.4.1

develop plans to configure computer/ educational technology systems and related peripherals appropriate to the candidate's teaching field(s) in laboratory, classroom cluster, and other instructional arrangements.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.4.2

research, evaluate, and develop recommendations for purchasing instructional software to support and enhance the school curriculum.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.4.3

research, evaluate, and develop recommendations for purchasing educational technology systems.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.4.4

design and recommend procedures for the organization, management, and security of hardware and software.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.4.5

identify and describe network software packages used to operate a computer network system.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
 

2.4.6

configure a computer system and one or more software packages.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
 

2.4.7

identify and describe software used in classroom settings, including productivity tools, information access/telecommunications tools, multimedia/ hypermedia tools, evaluation/portfolio tools, and computer-based instruction.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
 

2.4.8

describe evaluation criteria for software and identify reliable sources of software evaluations.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
 

2.4.9

identify and classify adaptive assistive hardware and software for students and teachers with special needs and locate sources to assist in procurement and implementation.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
2.5

Research and Theories

Candidates will identify and apply educational and educational technology-related research, the psychology of learning, and instructional design principles in guiding use of computers and educational technology in education.

 

Performance Indicators

 

2.5.1

summarize and apply principles and practices of educational research in educational technology.

*will becovered in 822
 

2.5.2

summarize major research findings and trends related to the use of educational technology in education to support integration of educational technology in a K-12 environment.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
 

2.5.3

apply theories of learning, teaching, and instructional design and their relationship to meaningful and appropriate ways of using educational technology in instruction.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.5.4

describe social and historical foundations of education and how they relate to the use of educational technology in schools.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.5.5

identify research related to human and equity issues concerning the use of computers and related technologies in education.

*will becovered in 800 and 801
 

2.5.6

conduct research and evaluate on-line sources of information that support and enhance the curriculum.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
 

2.5.7

design a research project that includes evaluating the use of a specific educational technology in a K-12 environment.

*will becovered in 800, 801 and 822
2.6

Problem Solving, Instructional Design, and Product Development

Candidates will use computers and other technologies in research, problem solving, and product development.  Candidates use a variety of media, presentation, and authoring packages; plan and participate in team and collaborative projects that require critical analysis and evaluation; and present products developed.  Candidates will evaluate authoring and programming environments for use in the classroom.  They will apply instructional design principles to develop, implement, and test interactive multimedia instructional products using authoring environments.

 

Performance Indicators

 

2.6.1

identify basic principles of instructional design associated with the development of multimedia and hypermedia learning materials.

CEP 811: StAIR Project

*will also becovered in 800, 801 and 822

 

2.6.2

develop simple hypermedia and multimedia products that apply basic instructional design principles.

CEP 811: StAIR Project

*will also becovered in 800, 801 and 822

 

2.6.3

select appropriate tools for communicating concepts, conducting research, and solving problems for an intended audience and purpose.

CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest

*will also becovered in 800, 801 and 822

 

2.6.4

participate in collaborative projects and team activities.

CEP 810: Point/Counterpoint on Technology in Education
CEP 811: Exploring Web-Based Applications
CEP 812: Special Interest Group

*will also becovered in 800, 801 and 822

 

2.6.5

identify examples of emerging, authoring, or problem solving environments.

CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 811: Creating a Reflection Blog
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website

This Website was created using NVU

*will also becovered in 800, 801 and 822

 

2.6.6

collaborate in on-line workgroups to build bodies of knowledge around specific topics.

CEP 811: Contribute to Idea Exchange Wiki
CEP 811: Exploring Web-Based Applications
CEP 812: Special Interest Group

*will also becovered in 800, 801 and 822

 

2.6.7

use a computer projection device to support and deliver oral presentations.

*will be covered in 801
 

2.6.8

design and publish simple on-line documents that present information and include links to critical resources.

CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website
CEP 812: SIG Annotated Links Page

 

 

2.6.9

develop instructional units that involve compiling, organizing, analyzing, and synthesizing of information and use educational technology to support these processes.

CEP 810: Implementing a Model Lesson Plan
CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 811: StAIR Project
CEP 812: TechQuest Project


 

2.6.10

use and apply more than one computer authoring and/or programming environment.

CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website

(describe advance use of features such as rollover links and internal page links)
 

2.6.11

describe the characteristics and uses of current authoring environments and evaluate their appropriateness for classroom applications.

CEP 811: Exploring Web-Based Applications

*may also covered in 800 and 801

 

2.6.12

describe the characteristics and uses of current programming and scripting environments and evaluate their appropriateness for classroom use.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

2.6.13

apply instructional design principles to the design of screens, text, graphics, audio, and video in instructional products under development.

CEP 811: StAIR Project
CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 812: Multiple Page Website
 

2.6.14

describe and practice strategies for testing and evaluating instructional products designed.

*will be covered in 822
 

2.6.15

apply instructional design principles to develop substantive interactive multimedia computer-based instructional products.

CEP 811: StAIR Project

3.0 Professional Preparation in Educational Computing and Educational Technology

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Professional Preparation in Educational Computing and Educational Technology

Professional studies in educational computing and educational technology require knowledge about use of computers and related technologies to support teaching and learning.  Advanced programs preparing educators for a specialty in educational computing and educational technology require studies of, and experiences with, concepts and skills related to use of educational technology-based systems in K-12 education.

3.1

Instructional Program Development

Candidates will develop curricular plans based on local, state, and national standards for the use of computers and other associated technologies.

 

Performance Indicators

 

3.1.1

describe and analyze accepted principles of strategic planning to facilitate curriculum design for teaching with computers and related technologies.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

*3.1.2

identify and use national, state, and local guidelines to develop curriculum plans for integrating educational technology in the K-12 environment.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
 

3.1.3

plan strategies to mentor other educators and demonstrate leadership regarding Information Age learning practices and techniques.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
3.2

Teaching Methodology

Candidates will effectively plan, deliver, and assess concepts and skills relevant to educational technology across the curriculum.  Candidates will apply effective methods and strategies for teaching the use of educational technology tools.

 

Performance Indicators

 

3.2.1

design and practice methods and strategies for teaching concepts and skills related to computers and related technologies including keyboarding.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
 

3.2.2

design and practice methods and strategies for teaching concepts and skills for applying productivity tools.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
 

3.2.3

design and practice methods and strategies for teaching concepts and skills for applying information access and delivery tools.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
 

3.2.4

design and practice methods and strategies for teaching problem solving principles and skills using educational technology resources.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

3.2.5

design and implement integrated educational technology classroom activities that involve teaming and/or small group collaboration.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
 

3.2.6

identify activities and resources to support regular professional growth related to educational technology.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

3.2.7

identify professional organizations and groups that support the field of educational computing and educational technology.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

3.2.8

design a set of evaluation strategies and methods that will assess the effectiveness of instructional units that integrate computers/ educational technology.

*will be covered in 800, 801, and 822
 

3.2.9

demonstrate methods for teaching hypermedia development, scripting, and/or computer programming in a problem-solving context in
K-12 schools.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

3.2.10

demonstrate methods for teaching at least one modern authoring tool to students.

*will be covered in 800 and 801
 

3.2.11

demonstrate methods for teaching uses of media-based tools, such as television, audio, print media, and graphics.

*will be covered in 800, 801 and 822
 

3.2.12

demonstrate methods for teaching social, ethical, and legal issues and responsible use of educational technology.

CEP 812: A Matter of Ethics Lesson Plan

*will be covered in 800 and 801

3.3

Field Experiences

Candidates will participate in field experiences that allow them to (1) observe the use of educational technology to support instruction, and the evaluation of effectiveness of educational technology resources for teaching and learning; and (2) apply educational technology resources to support instruction in classroom settings.

 

Performance Indicators - Candidates Will:

 

3.3.1

observe and compare methods and strategies used in educational technology in a variety of authentic educational settings (i.e., elementary, middle, secondary, adaptive assistive classrooms, labs).

I have observed my third grade students using technology in the classroom.  Integrating technology  into the classroom is a huge motivational tool.  I have also observed that when their writing is published to a webpage, it increases writing scores.
 

3.3.2

develop and teach a series of lessons that apply educational technology resources to support instruction.

CEP 811: StAIR Project
CEP 811: Creation of WebQuest
CEP 812: TechQuest Project

*will be covered in 822