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  • 1. 1 Melanie Bergenhagen Educational Leadership with Technology EmphasisED 527 Emerging Technology (2) Artifacts Horizon Report Reflection PaperDescription: - Web 3.0Participants in this course will explore emerging - Ethical Issuestechnologies and ways to effectively integrate - Learning analyticsthem into the teaching and learning environment. - Internet of ThingsAs technologies continue to evolve, it is - Innovative use of Mobile appsimportant for educators to stay abreast of the - Tablet Computingnew developments. For instance, the web hasrapidly transformed from the first generation - Trends & Challenges(mostly read only) to the second generation Online Collaborative White Boards(often called the Web 2.0 or the Read/Write web) Online Meetings with Wimbato the current generation (the Web 3.0). As the Geocoding Reflectionweb has undergone these transformations, the Geocoding Linkcorresponding innovations in technologies have Flickr Collaborative Mapshad a significant impact on the teaching and Moments of Learning Paperlearning environment. Participants will develop Mobile Learning Paperskills that support digital age learners. Participants Flashcards Appwill develop activities and lessons for classes QR Codesthey teach and learn to use these applicationseffectively for instruction. Ipad Apps EvernoteDate Completed: Summer 2012 OERS Final Project Paper - Pranav MistryContact: Rhonda Ficek, Ph.D. ficek@mnstate.eduED 519 Creating Web-based Curriculum ArtifactsMaterials (2) Reflection on Reading Gliffy FlowchartDescription: Discussion ResearchThis course will assist educators in the design Collaborative/Non-collaborative Projectand implementation of a classroom web site Web 2.0 Thoughts to Pondercontaining web-based lesson plans. It will Horizon Report Thoughtsalso assist educators with web-based delivery Mindmo Mind Map Reflectionmethods and collaborative projects. Participantswill create web-based classroom materials and Mindmo Mind Mapcollaborate with others via the Internet to extend Jing Tutorialthe boundaries of the classroom. -Related Content ScreenFlow Tutorials Online Course ReviewDate Completed: Summer 2011 Weebly Reflection PaperContact: Sheri Okland, M.Ed sokland@gmail.comED 603 Methods of Research (2) Artifacts Finding Scholarly Articles & Textbooks
  • 2. 2Description: Approaches in Educational ResearchMethodology of design of research studies; Selecting a Research Topicpreparation of effective technical reports. Stating Research Hypotheses Identifying Participants & InstrumentsDate Completed: Fall 2011 Literature Review Qualitative Research: EthnographicContact: Leah Pigatti, Ph.D Action Research leahpigatti@msn.com Quantitative Research : Survey Research pigatti@mnstate.edu Correlational Research Experimental Research Institutional Review Board Certification (IRB) Core Competencies Self Assessment Leadership Research Reflective EssayED 534 Assessment Strategies for ArtifactsTechnology -Enhanced Curricula (2) Evaluating Computer Based Programs Application of Testing ProgramDescription: Web 2.0 Tools for Formative AssessmentsThis course explores issues, strategies, methods, Using Web 2.0 Toolsand techniques of assessment in technology- Electronic Portfoliobased curricula. Discussion - Electronic Portfolios Plan for Electronic PortfoliosDate Completed: Spring 2012 Discussion - Creating Good Test Questions Discussion - Application of Testing ProgramsContact: Pam Hall, M.Ed Electronic Grading Questions hallpam@mnstate.edu Essay Feedback Notes SCAN Exercise -SCAN Reflection Live BinderED 601 Psychological Foundations of ArtifactsEducation (2) Theory of Educational Psychology Multiple IntelligencesDescription: Critical Thinking & Problem SolvingA systems approach to schools and systems of Service Learningpsychology. Principles affecting learning and Assessmentsinstruction. Final Paper - Technology in EducationDate Completed: Summer 2011Contact: Leah Pigatti, Ph.D leahpigatti@msn.com pigatti@mnstate.eduED 630 Leadership Planning & ArtifactsOrganizational Behavior in Education (3) K-12 Leadership and the Educational Administration Curriculum: A Theory ofDescription: Preparation by Berry and Beach
  • 3. 3This course provides school leaders withpreparation in skills for providing purpose and Brief History of Educational Leadershipdirection for individuals and groups, shapingschool culture and values, facilitating the ELCC (NCATE) and ISLLC standardsdevelopment of shared strategic vision for theschool, formulating goals and planning changeefforts with staff, and setting priorities for ones Bolman and Deal articlesschool in the context of community and districtpriorities for student and staff needs. Reframing Organizations Artistry, Choice, and Leadership by Bolman and Deal.Date Completed: Summer 2011 Bradbury and Halbur manuscript entitledContacts: Boyd L. Bradbury, Ph.D. Authority and Leadership via a Multiple bradbury@mnstate.edu Frames Approach. NSBA Tool Kit Administrator Interview Leadership EssayED 631 Educational Law & Organizational ArtifactsBehavior in Education (3) Colonial Education & Education 1777-1865Description: American Public LawAn examination of the legislative and judicialactions affecting the public schools. Consideration Chapter 2 Briefis given to contemporary legal issues for teachers,administrators, and boards. Chapter 5 & 6 BriefDate Completed: Fall 2011 Handbook AssignmentContact: Boyd L. Bradbury, Ph.D. bradbury@mnstate.eduED 635 Supervision and Staff ArtifactsDevelopment (4) Learning & Communication StylesDescription: Human Resources Administration: A SchoolSpecific techniques and systems to supervise Based Perspective by Richard Smithinstruction. Interpersonal communication andgroup process skills are applied to administrative Teacher as Learnersupervision.
  • 4. 4Date Completed: Fall 2011 Induction/MentorshipContact: Lynne Kovash Evaluation Reflection lkovash@moorhead.k12.mn.us Walkthroughs & Difficult Teachers Staff Development Reflection PLCs Assessing My School -MN District -AZ District Observation Final Project -Pre Conference Form -Observation Form -Performance Review Form -Post Conference Form -Post Conference Meeting Notes -Observation Reflective AnalysisED 634 Personal Communication & Ethics Artifacts(3) Strength Based LeadershipDescription: Strength Based Leadership EssayThis course prepares aspiring school leadersto plan for their personal and professional Outlinersdevelopment; understand and use the principlesof interpersonal, oral, and written communication; Code of Ethics for School Administratorsand follow a professional code of ethics andvalues. Outliners EssayDate Completed: Spring 2012Contact: Boyd L. Bradbury, Ph.D. bradbury@mnstate.eduED 632 Curriculum, Instruction & Learning ArtifactsTheory (4) Curriculum AssignmentDescription:This course investigates curricular decision- Read Bradbury & Howellmaking and program evaluation strategies asthey affect the educational program. Problem Create Syllabussolving skills are presented through theory andsimulation. Modality Preferences Survey
  • 5. 5Date Completed: Spring 2011 Multiple Intelligences TestContact: Lynn Mahlum, PhD Website Review mahlumly@mnstate.edu Read Carol Ann Tomlinson Differentiated Instruction Unit Plan Collect & Review School Testing DataED 633 Technology & Information ArtifactsSystems (2) NETS * A Standard Review -created in ZohoDescription:Exploration of computer equipment, operation,means of communication with computers, SEIR Technology Planning Manualinstructional use and impact of computers insociety. Technology Planning Reflection -created in ZohoDate Completed: Spring 2011 Integrating Technology into CurriculumContact: Rhonda Ficek, Ph.D. Discussion ficek@mnstate.edu Podcast Reflections #1 Podcast Reflection #2 Technology as Tutorial, Application, Exploration & Communication Reflection Annotated Bibliography Persuasive Argument Powerpoint - Outline SEIR Technology Planning Manual Technology Planning VoiceThread SlideShare Presentation RSS News Readers Technology Staff Development Plan Administrative Technology Uses Excel Budgeting Spreadsheet
  • 6. 6 Technology Vision EssayED 523 Designing Online Curriculum (2) ArtifactsDescription:Participants in this course will create componentsof an online course. Educators will learn how todesign the course from the ground up includingidentifying program outcomes and coursecompetencies, designing learning activities,and creating and evaluating assessment tasks.The course design process will be focused ondesigning for the unique requirements of theonline environment.Date Completed: Summer 2012Contact: Rhonda Ficek, Ph.D. ficek@mnstate.eduED 636 Policy & Educational Finance (2) The principal’s guide to school budgetingDescription: School Audit ReportThis course provides school leaders with anunderstanding about managing and allocating ELCC & ISLLC Standardsresources in a political climate in which policydecisions are based upon historical resource MN Code of Ethics for Administratorsallocations.Date Completed: Fall 2011 Budgeting ActivityContact: Boyd L. Bradbury, Ph.D. bradbury@mnstate.eduED 645 Portfolio Pre-Assessment (1) ArtifactsDescription:This course fulfills the pre-assessment portionof portfolio development for advanced graduatestudents completing a portfolio for a Mastersdegree or licensure in Minnesota. The courseprovides school leaders with preparation inknowledge, skills, and dispositions needed toidentify professional needs and developmentalplans for a professional portfolio.Contact: Boyd L. Bradbury, Ph.D. bradbury@mnstate.edu
  • 7. 7ED 646 Portfolio Post Assessment (1) ArtifactsDescription:This course fulfills the final phase of portfoliodevelopment for advanced graduate studentscompleting the portfolio component of a Mastersdegree or licensure in Minnesota. The courseprovides school leaders with preparation in skillsto complete a professional portfolio and self-study autobiographical paper that demonstratesknowledge, skill and dispositions in all programguidelines and indicators.Contact: Boyd L. Bradbury, Ph.D. bradbury@mnstate.edu

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