Course Materials: Syllabus
This class is an extension of the face-to-face ICE workshop offered in January 2007. You must register for the ICE conference and participate in the full-day, face-to-face workshop to enroll in the course.
You will be registering for this course through IUPUI School of Education for Summer 1, 2007.
If you have taken a course in the IUPUI system before, you simply complete the registration form.
If you haven't taken a course in the IUPUI system before, you'll must also register as a NEW STUDENT.
You can complete this form at the ICE conference or turn it in any time before May 1, 2007.
You will not receive a bill until late in the spring. You do not need to pay for these credits until Summer 1, 2007.
Regardless of when you finish the course requirements, you will not receive a grade on your transcript until the end of Summer 1, 2007.
Instructor Contact Information
Name - Annette Lamb, Ph.D.
Mail-forwarding Address - 238 Rainbow Drive #13839 Livingston TX 77399-2038
Dr. Lamb will be moving throughout the semester. Email her for her latest address if you’d like to send something direct.
Email - email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lamb's Voice Mail & Vision to Action Voice Mail and Fax - 620 343 7989
Online Course Materials
- Course Materials - http://escrapbooking.com/course
- Syllabus - http://escrapbooking.com/course/syllabus.htm
- Requirements - http://escrapbooking.com/course/require.htm
- CourseQuest Learning Guide - http://escrapbooking.com/course/guide.htm
- Discussion Area - http://escrapbooking.com/moodle
The following entry skills are required for this course:
- demonstrate basic computer skills related to keyboarding, operating system, and disk management
- identify, select, access, and evaluate information found on the Internet
- use Moodle for forums and information sharing
This course makes the assumption that you are able to work independently. There are no required face-to-face meetings other than the ICE workshop. There are no required synchronous online meetings. However, feel free to email or arrange a chat with your instructor any time!
From local history videos to digital science fairs, authentic technology projects bring learning to life. Combine the power of place-based learning and technology tools to create synergy in your classroom. Promote deep understandings and address individual differences by combining the power of primary sources with student-produced text, photographs, graphs, audio, and video. Try out seven inquiry-based, e-scrapbooking starters that will boost student success across the curriculum.
Students will participate in online threaded discussions and develop a project related to escrapbooking in teaching and learning. Choices allow graduate students with varied backgrounds and interests to select activities that meet their professional needs.
Each student will:
- Explore, evaluate, and apply evidence-based teaching strategies to the integration of e-scrapbooking projects in teaching and learning.
- Connect State of Indiana Standards (or other standards) for student learning to e-scrapbooking projects and learning environments.
- Identify, evaluate, select, and apply existing materials and resources to standards-based lessons.
- Construct, implement, and evaluation an e-scrapbooking project including the following elements: address state standards, identify specific learning outcomes, create mini-lessons with specific activities and assessments, implement project with educators and/or learners, and report on the results.
- Participate in class discussion and online communication for the purpose of sharing resources, ideas, and drawing conclusions on projects and issues.
The instructor will:
- Encourage critical and creative thinking related to the use of technology for learning in libraries and classrooms.
- Supervise the creation of projects.
- Convey examples of theory, techniques, and models e-scrapbooking in teaching and learning.
- Judge student performance fairly in accordance with the grading policy and the expectations for the assignments outlined in this syllabus.
- Promote educator use of a range of technologies and experiences to meet the varied needs of students.
For a complete description of the requirements, go to the Course Requirements page.
This course is being offered for Pass/No Pass credit. No incomplete grades will be given. All course requirements must be satisfactory in order to pass the course.
Email your instructor when you've completed ALL SIX CONNECTIONS then again when you've completed your COURSE PROJECT. She'll verify your postings, grade your project, and submit a PASS grade.
Students needing accommodations because of disability must register with Adaptive Educational Services and complete the appropriate form before accommodations will be given. The AES office is located in Cavanaugh Hall 001E, 425 University Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46202-5140 and may be reached by phone 317/274-3241 or 317/278-2050 TTD/TTY; by fax 317/274-2051; or by email email@example.com
For more information go to http://www.life.iupui.edu/Who/Adaptive/
Some people prefer to complete the course right away. Others may decide to use spring or summer break to complete the activities. In other words, if you want to do everything in early June, that's fine. It's up to you. I just need to have ALL GRADES turned in by the end of Summer Session I.
January - Face-to-face workshop at ICE
February 15 - Enter Moodle materials and post introduction in Introduce Yourself.
March 15 - Recommended completion of first few Connection discussions.
April 15 - Recommended completion of last few Connection discussions.
May 15 - Recommended completion of Project.
June 15 - Last day to turn in Projects.