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What are your initial plans for implementing at your IHE?

Postby Aimee J. Hall » March 19th, 2013, 11:22 pm

Please share with us your initial plans for implementing the Intel Teach products at your institution. We'd love as much detail as you can provide.
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Aimee J. Hall
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
 
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Re: What are your initial plans for implementing at your IHE

Postby Pamela Redmond » March 20th, 2013, 6:32 pm

At Touro University California, we will begin by reaching out to our Alums of the credential and master's programs to offer the courses at no cost. We may also offer the courses to our partner districts.

We're still pondering how to include the courses in our teaching and administrative credential coursework.
Pamela Redmond
Touro University California
 
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Re: What are your initial plans for implementing at your IHE

Postby Victoria B. Costa » March 26th, 2013, 2:01 pm

At Fullerton, we are putting the Collaboration Elements in our single subject credential program tech course, and the Assessment Elements in our single subject credential program general pedagogy course. We hope also to add the Inquiry course to our science methods course.

We are also exploring the Leadership Elements for our ED Leadership program and the Collaboration Elements for our graduate program in instructional design. Finally, we hope to add modules from several Elements into our Special Education program courses.

After these implementations, we will review what we have and see where we need to go next.
Victoria B. Costa
California State University Fullerton
 
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Re: What are your initial plans for implementing at your IHE

Postby Tommye Thomas » April 10th, 2013, 1:41 pm

INTEL – Emerging Plans
Brenau University
Gainesville, GA

Team Members: Tommye Thomas, Sandi Leslie, Eugene Williams, Bryan Sorohan

1) Four faculty members will complete the facilitator training during May 2013
2) Embed Collaboration Element into ED 630 Technology in Education during fall 2013 semester
3) Embed Assessment Element into ED 770 Advanced Curriculum Development and Clinical Analysis of Teaching during fall 2013 semester
4) Embed specific Facilitator Element modules into first online endorsement course
5) Offer one Element to cooperating teachers free of charge
6) Embed specific modules from various Elements into professional development training for faculty outside the College of Education who teach online
Tommye Thomas
Brenau University
 
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