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The e-Portfolio may include as many items as necessary to demonstrate proficiency in the six professional responsibilities. These responsibilities were adapted from the NCATE standards developed by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) to define the field of educational technology and to specify the knowledge base for the field.

 

Educational Technology Responsibilities and Performance

 

Responsibilities 

Performance

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.

 

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

 

1.2 Joins a minimum of one professional organization.

 

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

 

Responsibility #2 

Design. The candidate will design instruction (or human performance strategies) to meet the needs of learners. Design documents and projects must show evidence of analysis of problem situation, awareness of unique characteristics of intended audience and implications for instruction, selection and implementation instructional strategies consistent with analysis of the learning situation and intended learners, selection and justification of appropriate medias, and evidence of both formative and summative evaluation strategies.

 

2.1 Demonstrates ability to perform analysis and documentation of instructional need or opportunity resulting in student-centered, performance based instructional objectives based upon, and appropriate for, a specific audience.

 

2.2 Demonstrates ability to perform comprehensive task analysis of an instructional objective.

 

2.3 Demonstrates ability to select and integrate into instruction a variety of research-based instructional strategies.

 

2.4 Demonstrates ability to develop and select appropriate assessment instruments.

 

2.5 Demonstrates ability to use formative evaluations for iterative assessments of components of the design process.

 

Responsibility #3 

Development, Utilization and Management. The candidate will develop, utilize and manage a variety of media and instructional technologies to deliver instruction to students.

 

3.1 Demonstrates ability to develop instruction using a minimum of three different medias.

 

3.2 Applies research-based rationale for the selection and utilization of technologies for learning.

 

3.3 Demonstrates ability to manage projects and evaluate progress and improvement.

 

3.4 Uses the results of evaluation methods to revise and update instructional materials.

 

Responsibility #4 

Evaluation. The candidate uses incisive and relevant assessment and evaluation techniques (e.g., product or project which uses formative and/or summative evaluations). Candidate demonstrates the ability to evaluate quality of instructional materials and instructional systems using appropriate methodologies. Candidate also demonstrates the ability to use formative and summative assessment methodologies to ascertain the effectiveness of instruction in meeting instructional goals.

 

4.1 Demonstrates ability to use formative evaluation strategies to evaluate the quality of instruction.

 

4.2 Demonstrates ability to use summative strategies to evaluate the quality of instruction.

 

4.3 Demonstrates ability to select a variety of appropriate assessment instruments and use those instruments to assess effectiveness of instruction in meeting instructional objectives.

 

4.4 Documents results from formative evaluations and uses those results to revise instructional materials, and/or instructional development process.

 

Responsibility #5

Research. The candidate collects, evaluates, and synthesizes research from a variety of appropriate sources in order to support decision-making in design, development, implementation and evaluation of instructional systems.

 

5.1 Demonstrates ability to conduct comprehensive literature review and provide summation of a relevant topic in instructional technology.

 

5.2 Uses research in instructional technology to justify academic decisions in course work projects and professional work-related responsibilities.

 

5.3 Uses research to justify selections of instructional strategies.

 

Responsibility #6

 

Collaboration. The candidate demonstrates the ability to form electronic teams in order to identify and solve problems and opportunities in the field of instructional technology. The candidate demonstrates effective team building skills in a distributed collaboration environment, and demonstrates how candidate's own students or colleagues can take advantage of electronic collaboration for distributed team building.

 

6.1 Demonstrates the ability to team electronically with professionals to identify instructional problems or opportunities and devise appropriate solutions.

 

6.2 Identifies trends in distributed instruction.

 

6.3 Demonstrates effective utilization of tools necessary to implement distributed instruction.

 

 




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