Artifacts

 

AECT Standards, 2012 version
Links to Artifacts

STANDARD 1 – CONTENT KNOWLEDGE

Candidates demonstrate the knowledge necessary to create, use, assess, and manage theoretical and practical applications of educational technologies and processes.

Artifacts:

Creating

Candidates demonstrate the ability to create instructional materials and learning environments using a variety of systems approaches.

503: ID Project (Instructor Guide)

502: WebQuest

Using

Candidates demonstrate the ability to select and use technological resources and processes to support student learning and to enhance their pedagogy.

533: Interactive Video

502: Virtual Tour

Assessing/Evaluating

Candidates demonstrate the ability to assess and evaluate the effective integration of appropriate technologies and instructional materials.

503: ID Project (Evaluation Plan)
Managing

Candidates demonstrate the ability to effectively manage people, processes, physical infrastructures, and financial resources to achieve predetermined goals.

505: Request for Proposal
Ethics

Candidates demonstrate the contemporary professional ethics of the field as defined and developed by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

502: Netiquette

STANDARD 2 – CONTENT PEDAGOGY

Candidates develop as reflective practitioners able to demonstrate effective implementation of educational technologies and processes based on contemporary content and pedagogy.

Artifacts:

Creating

Candidates apply content pedagogy to create appropriate applications of processes and technologies to improve learning and performance outcomes.

533: Special Effects in Education
Using

Candidates implement appropriate educational technologies and processes based on appropriate content pedagogy.

502: Online Jigsaw
Assessing/Evaluating

Candidates demonstrate an inquiry process that assesses the adequacy of learning and evaluates the instruction and implementation of educational technologies and processes grounded in reflective practice.

503: ARCS Model
Managing

Candidates manage appropriate technological processes and resources to provide supportive learning communities, create flexible and diverse learning environments, and develop and demonstrate appropriate content pedagogy.

501: EdTech Challenges
Ethics

Candidates design and select media, technology, and processes that emphasize the diversity of our society as a multicultural community.

502: Accessibility Links

STANDARD 3 – LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

Candidates facilitate learning by creating, using, evaluating, and managing effective learning environments.

Artifacts:

Creating

Candidates create instructional design products based on learning principles and research-based best practices.

 

501: Digital Divide

Using

Candidates make professionally sound decisions in selecting appropriate processes and resources to provide optimal conditions for learning based on principles, theories, and effective practices.

522: Rich Media Tutorial
Assessing/Evaluating

Candidates use multiple assessment strategies to collect data for informing decisions to improve instructional practice, learner outcomes, and the learning environment.

505: Final Evaluation Project
Managing

Candidates establish mechanisms for maintaining the technology infrastructure to improve learning and performance.

512: Design Document
Ethics

Candidates foster a learning environment in which ethics guide practice that promotes health, safety, best practice, and respect for copyright, Fair Use, and appropriate open access to resources.

543: Social Media Policies
Diversity of Learners

Candidates foster a learning community that empowers learners with diverse backgrounds, characteristics, and abilities.

533: Vlog with Closed Captioning

STANDARD 4 – PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

Candidates design, develop, implement, and evaluate technology-rich learning environments within a supportive community of practice.

Artifacts:

Collaborative Practice

Candidates collaborate with their peers and subject matter experts to analyze learners, develop and design instruction, and evaluate its impact on learners.

 

543: Final Project (Course Design)

Leadership

Candidates lead their peers in designing and implementing technology-supported learning.

Self-Created Learning Paths for Faculty
Reflection on Practice

Candidates analyze and interpret data and artifacts and reflect on the effectiveness of the design, development and implementation of technology-supported instruction and learning to enhance their professional growth.

597: EdTech Portfolio

Learning Log

Assessing/Evaluating

Candidates design and implement assessment and evaluation plans that align with learning goals and instructional activities.

503: ID Analysis
Ethics

Candidates demonstrate ethical behavior within the applicable cultural context during all aspects of their work and with respect for the diversity of learners in each setting.

502: Copyright and Fair Use

STANDARD 5 – RESEARCH

Candidates explore, evaluate, synthesize, and apply methods of inquiry to enhance learning and improve performance.

Artifacts:

Theoretical Foundations

Candidates demonstrate foundational knowledge of the contribution of research to the past and current theory of educational communications and technology.

504: Final Synthesis Paper
Method

Candidates apply research methodologies to solve problems and enhance practice.

501: Research in EdTech
Assessing/Evaluating

Candidates apply formal inquiry strategies in assessing and evaluating processes and resources for learning and performance.

501: School Eval. Summary

501: Technology Use Planning

Ethics

Candidates conduct research and practice using accepted professional and institutional guidelines and procedures.

 

504: An Annotated Bibliography

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