|Course Learning Outcome A
(Program Learning Outcomes: 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10)
|Critically analyze debates and myths associated with learning and technology.
- Identifies relevant literature.
- Compares and contrasts claims and evidence.
- Describes a debate/myth.
- Evaluates scholarly and popular writing associated with a debate/myth.
- Summarizes findings from the literature coherently and consistently.
- Creates a digital resource examining debate/myth.
- Demonstrates appropriate writing for context and audience.
|Course Learning Outcome B
(Program Learning Outcomes: 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10)
|Describe the relevance of the history of learning and technology on contemporary developments in the field.
- Identifies relationships between history and contemporary developments.
- Describes how history may be used to inform the design of educational technology services/products/innovations.
- Identifies and accurately synthesizes scholarly literature.
- Presents a convincing and accurate analysis of scholarly literature.
- Presents evidence of ability to critically read, analyze, and synthesize information.
- Presents legible, error-free material and conforms to APA writing style, formatting and citation conventions.
|Course Learning Outcome C
(Program Learning Outcomes: 2, 3, 5, 6)
|Apply learning theories in a variety of contexts related to digital learning.
- Identifies learning theories relevant to digital learning interventions/tools.
- Accurately describes how learning theories apply to technologies.
- Demonstrates ability to synthesize, not just summarize information.
- Demonstrates ability to think critically about information/arguments.