IT 632 Instructional Design in Information Technology (Graduate)

Discussion and hands on application of instructional design methodology with respect to teaching in information technology. Students will work individually and in teams to apply instructional design to real world concepts to real-world situations in order to gain experience designing instruction. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to select and use media and technologies on the basis of a consistent, coherent, rationale in which media effectively supports learning, justify instructional media decisions in terms of philosophical, psychological, and pedagogical principles, analyze institutions in terms of the media and methods that would be most appropriate be most appropriate for different types of learners and learning tasks, specify instructional objectives clearly, integrate media and technologies into instructional systematically (e.g., design lessons using  accepted instructional design models and pedagogical theory), describe the characteristics, advantages, limitations, and applications of each of the media and technologies discussed in the course, and use appropriate information sources to identify and evaluate materials.  

Prerequisite: None

Related Offerings:
IT 510 Intro to Information Technology (Summer I 2022)
IT 533 Data Mining & Applications (Summer 2023)
IT 600 Ethics in Information Technology (Summer 2023)
IT 603 Information Management (Fall 2022)
IT 632 Instructional Design in Information Technology (Winter/Spring 2023)

Valparaiso University

Semester: Winter/Spring 2023

Instructor: Bruce Bloom

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Date: 1/11/23 – 5/12/23

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grades 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: Yes

Master’s Completion Option: Yes