My more recent journey in the field of Educational Technology began in the summer of 2021 when I decided to continue my studies beyond my master’s degree, pursuing a more advanced degree in this field. So, in the summer of 2021, I started my journey at Boise State University, joining their Education Specialist in Educational Technology program. However, after a year of courses full of new experiences and knowledge, I was accepted into their Doctor of Education in Educational Technology program in the Fall of 2022. In addition to working on my doctoral degree, I received a Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching in the Summer of 2022.
Below you can read a little bit about each one of the courses I explored during my journey.
EDTECH 563 – Quest-Based Learning Design
In the Summer of 2021 I was lucky enough to start my EDTECH journey with a course in quest-based learning design with Dr. Snelson. It was an amazing course that taught what it
EDTECH 602 – Emerging Trends in Educ Tech
During this course we had the opportunity to explore, reflect on and discuss a number of theories and practices related to educational technology. Our readings, explorations and especially our discussions allowed us
EDTECH 522 – Online Teaching Adult Learners
I have been teaching Greek online to adults and kids for the last 3 years and I am very excited to start this course as it will help me tremendously with my
EDTECH 511 – Interactive Courseware Dev
EDTECH 511 - Interactive Courseware Development is a course that gives students hands-on experience on creating educational interactive components in complete alignment with specific learning objectives. Below you can see some projects created
EDTECH 512 – Online Course Design
A couple of thoughts and major projects This course focuses on developing interesting and effective online courses that align to standards and best learning practices. In this course we developed an
EDTECH 542 – Tech-Supp Proj Based Learning
EdTech 542 - Technology Supported Project Based Learning is an online course in which students learn how to construct instructional units using the Project Based Learning (PBL) Model. Throughout the course,