Master of education

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Master of education

  1. 1. Educational Technology Frank J. Thornton, M.Ed.
  2. 2. In December of 2012, Frank completed the courses for his Masters Degree in Education. In 2010, He embarked on the journey to become an Educational Technologist. Frank's professional goal is to prepare individuals to transform humanity while they discovering their inherent intelligence or gift. Educational Technologist
  3. 3. Educational Legacy Frank hails from a family of educators. Throughout their careers, they have made a positive impact on the lives of many individuals in the collegiate and adult education environments. Collectively, they have over 80 years of teaching experience.
  4. 4. Masters Degree Hierarchy Mom DadMe
  5. 5. Frank grew up in Richmond, Virginia and he was educated in the Henrico County Public School system. After graduating from Henrico High School, he attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. Upon graduation, Frank began his journey in the workforce solving problems and implementing best practices. Biographical Footprint
  6. 6. Philosophy The theory of Multiple Intelligences states that everyone has a gift and is capable of being intelligent in their predisposed discipline. Some individuals have more than one. Through guided instruction, we must assist them in their quest to develop their inherent intelligence. Also, as educators, we must stretch beyond the confines of the status quo and challenge the student learner to develop the skills necessary to build a better humanity.
  7. 7. The Graduate Frank is delivering skills for pre-service teaching candidates through professional development training, which expose them to the methodologies of instructional design and how to incorporate technology in their lessons that promotes knowledge acquisition.
  8. 8. Target Audience The student learner has evolved and the tools for instruction have as well. Instructional technology and interactive learning theories have to be exposed to pre-service teaching candidates, new teachers, and experienced staff. These tools engage the learner and allow them to demonstrate their understanding of the concept.
  9. 9. Learning Management Systems
  10. 10. Learning Theories Operant Conditioning Social Development Theory Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning Social Learning Theory Stage Theory of Cognitive Development Multiculturalism Metacognition Constructivism Multiple Intelligences ARCS Motivation
  11. 11. Virtual Classrooms
  12. 12. Skill Inventory
  13. 13. Software

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