March 6-7, 2014
IT 743 XC - Graduate, 1 credit
Description: A reflection on attending the Mid-America Computers in Education (MACE) Conference in Manhattan, Kansas on March 6-7, 2014. Students will analyze conference sessions, exhibits, informal meetings, and other aspects of the conference in light of their position and personal development goals.
There are 100 total points possible, 50 on Part ONE, and 50 on Part TWO.
Grades will be assigned as follows:
90-100 pts. = A
80-89 pts = B
70-79 pts = C
60-69 pts = D
All students must attend a minimum of five sessions and prepare a report of approximately 100 words on each session, thus, 500 words total words on this section. Both content and grammatical structure will be graded.
Answer the following 4 questions for each session:
Students must report on two of the five topics listed below.
This portion can be addressed by either a traditional paper, or by using creative media. Some suggestions are PowerPoint, digital photos/video, podcast/vodcast, or web tools such as YouTube/TeacherTube, Prezi, Glogster, VoiceThread, etc... Students are encouraged to be creative.
1. Report on exhibits
2. Report on general session (s)
3. Informal meetings
4. Report on additional, regular, sessions
5. "Fun" or "interesting" item(s)
Assignments must be submitted (email timestamp or postmarked) by Sunday, March 23, using one of the following methods:
Send a file as an attachment
or post as a web site and send the URL via email (preferred)
Dr. Marcus Childress
Instructional Design & Technology
Emporia State University
1200 Commercial St.
Emporia , KS 66801 -5087