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Artifact Report-Leadership

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Leadership 

Leadership & Professional Development Paper

Project Description:

To demonstrate leadership and continued improvement of professional practice, students will write a paper listing their membership in professional organizations (i.e., ISTE, AECT, TCEA); participation in professional listservs (i.e., IT FORUM, DEOS-L); submission of a paper for publication; and/or attendance at a local, state, regional, or national conferences. 

Responsibilities Met:

Responsibility 1: Leadership and Professional Development. The candidate will demonstrate leadership and continued improvement of professional practice that requires critical inquiry, professional development, and reflective practice (e.g., membership in professional organizations, submission of a paper for publication, attendance at a local, state, regional, or national conferences). The candidate demonstrates knowledge of past, present and future trends in instructional technologies.

 

Performance Indicators Justification

1.1 Attends minimum of one regional, state or national conference that directly supports professional growth in instructional technologies.

 

 
1.1  I attended the Ahead of the Future Conference at UTB in October of 2011, as well as, Storm Fury which was also held at UTB in October of 2011. I presented at Region One, Fall Media Conference 2012. 
 

1.2 Joins a minimum of one professional organization. 

1.2 I am a TSTA member.

1.3 Submits a 3000-word formal paper (in APA format) that describes past, present and future trends in instructional technologies and/or ISD.

1.3 A formal paper that describes past, present, and future trends is instructional technologies was written in EDTC 6320. A copy of the document has been provided via the project link.

Formal paper: 

 

Seminars and Learning Academies  Attended Outside of Course Work

Seminar  #1: MSTTPA Orientation

3 contact hours

Seminar  #2: Web Tools, Media & Copyright Orientation

3 contact hours

Seminar  #3: Effective Graduate Student

3 contact hours

Seminar  #4: NASA DLN

3 contact hours

Seminar  #5: Sea Grant: Oceans Six Essential Elements

3 contact hours

Seminar  #6: Ahead of the Future-Storm Fury 

7 contact hours

Seminar  #7: VIMEO & Other "O" Tools

3 contact hours

Seminar  #8: Aviary & Mashups

3 contact hours

Seminar  #9: Web 2.0-ing In Your Classroom

3 contact hours

Seminar #10: Mentoring Case Studies

3 contact hours

Seminar #11: L.A.N.D.S. (Extension)

8 contact hours

Seminar #12: Spring 2012 Semester Orientation

3 contact hours

Seminar  #13: Technology Orientation & Whyville

3 contact hours

Seminar  #14: Whyville cont.

3 contact hours

Seminar  #15: Murder Mystery

3 contact hours

Seminar  #16: Situated Math Learning: A Line in the Sand

3 contact hours

Seminar  #17: Problem Based Learning

3 contact hours

Seminar  #18: Problem Based Learning-Student Presentations

3 contact hours

Seminar #19: Advanced Research Methodology

3 contact hours

Seminar #20: Custom Search Engines & Models of Teaching

3 contact hours

Seminar #21: Inductive Reasoning & Concept Attainment

3 contact hours

Seminar #22:  Clinical Supervision-Introduction

3 contact hours

Seminar #23:  Clinical Supervision-Professional Development

3 contact hours

Seminar #24:  Clinical Supervision-Teachers’ Classroom Performance

3 contact hours

Seminar #27:  Summer 2012: Criminal Forensic Investigations Camp

6 contact hours

Seminar #25:  Problem Based Learning: PBL research, PBL relevancy in the classroom, PBL & Technology, PBL Examples, Elements & Models, Digital Storytelling, Digital Resources, Photo Story 3.

3 contact hours

Seminar  #26: Organics and Genetically Modified Student-Centered Learning

3 contact hours

Seminar  #27: Health, Nutrition & Survival – Developing Problem-Based Lessons

3 contact hours

Seminar  #28: DIIGO, Social Bookmarking, QR Codes and Glogster

3 contact hours

Seminar  #29: Advanced Research Methodology

3 contact hours

Seminar  #30: Models of Teaching

3 contact hours

Seminar #31: A Visit to the Weather Guru – Channel 5 Meteorologist

3 contact hours

Seminar #32: HalloGREEN Part 1: Getting Messy with Science

3 contact hours

Seminar #33: HalloGREEN Part 2: Creating a Campus-Wide Science Play Day

3 contact hours

Seminar #34: Play Day on the Campus

3 contact hours

Seminar #35: Annual Wrap-Up & Recipe Math/Science

3 contact hours

Seminar  #36: Excel, PPT & Case Study

3 contact hours

Seminar #37: Math Instruction.

3 contact hours

Seminar  #38: Test Preparation I

3 contact hours

Seminar  #39: MSTTPA Cookbook Lessons

3 contact hours

Seminar  #40: E-Portfolio

3 contact hours

Seminar  #41: Test Preparation II

3 contact hours

Seminar  #42: Case Study: Mentoring Teachers

3 contact hours

Seminar  #43: Post or Reflecting Conference

3 contact hours

Seminar #44: MTT Competencies I

3 contact hours

Seminar #45: MTT Competencies II

3 contact hours

Seminar #46: Wrap up: Test Preparation, Test Registration Process

3 contact hours

L.A.N.D.S. Learning across New Dimensions in Science

 6 contact hours

Habitat for Humanity and Math Integration Day

 4 contact hours

 

 

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