This course is using Moodle for course discussion, exams, and assignment posting. Be sure to login into the LT moodle and select the course you are registered for. The moodle section might not be available until the first day of the course.
See the moodle course for instructor contact information.
Jimme Naugher. (2010).
HandyStats 1, 2, and 3: Survival Guide to Statistics for the Nonmathematician.
Amazon ASIN B003QIC434
McMillin & Wergin. Understanding & Evaluating Educational Research (Merrill, 1998). ISBN: 0130271675
Campbell and Stanley. Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research (Houghton Mifflin, 1962). ISBN: 0395307872
Urdan, T. C. (2005). Statistics in plain English, (2nd ed.). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. ISBN: 0805852417
Bracey, G. W. (2006). Reading Educational Research. Heinemann. ISBN 0-325-00858-2.
Interpretation, analysis and synthesis of current research in educational technology for the purpose of integrating research methodology and application to educational environments.
There will be assigned homework problems. Projects will require the students to spend time at the computer. To plan a minimum of six to nine hours a week (in a normal semester) of outside preparation is a safe time allocation for successfully completing this course.
The class lectures will cover the assigned reading materials. Selected topics and assigned projects will also be discussed in class.
A total of 100 points for the course will be allocated as follows
|4 Quizs||40 points|
|4 Assignments||60 points|
Letter grades will be the higher grade resulting from the following two standards:
The instructor will schedule online sessions as needed during the course. The course will be using Adobe Connect Pro and there is a short tutorial available on its use.
Participation and punctuality are professional behaviors expected. Educational or Instructional technology is not "doing computer projects" - it is much more. Hence, you need to be involved in class discussions and learning activities. Student may be dropped from the course, with notice from the instructor, due to lack of particpation or non-attendance online.
Due dates, for all assigned materials, will be announced in advance. Changes, on the assignment's requirements or due dates may be announced at later dates, in class forums, therefore reading the class forums is required. It is the student's responsibility to keep up with these updates and to have all assignments ready on time.
You must notify your instructor in advance if any exam is to be missed. If an exam is missed without prior notification, 20% will automatically be deducted from the exam grade.
Refer to the UNT Student Rights and Responsibilities Academic Dishonesty and Integrity. These include:
You are encouraged to become familiar with the University's Policy of Academic dishonesty found in the Student Handbook.
The University of North Texas is on record as being committed to both the spirit and letter of federal equal opportunity legislation; reference Public Law 92-112 - The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended. With the passage of new federal legislation entitled Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), pursuant to section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, there is renewed focus on providing this population with the same opportunities enjoyed by all citizens.
As a faculty member, I am required by law to provide "reasonable accommodations" to students with disabilities, so as not to discriminate on the basis of that disability. Student responsibility primarily rests with informing faculty of their need for accommodation and in providing authorized documentation through designated administrative channels. Information regarding specific diagnostic criteria and policies for obtaining academic accommodations can be found here. Also, you may visit the Office of Disability Accommodation in the University Union (room 321) or call them at (940) 565-4323.
Refer to the UNT Office of the Registrar concerning Add/Drop Periods for this semester.
To read detailed Immigration and Customs Enforcement regulations for F-1 students taking online courses, please go to the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations website. The specific portion concerning distance education courses is located at "Title 8 CFR 214.2 Paragraph (f)(6)(i)(G)" and can be found buried within this document: http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/get-cfr.cgi?TITLE=8&PART=214&SECTION=2&TYPE=TEXT
The paragraph reads:
(G) For F-1 students enrolled in classes for credit or classroom hours, no more than the equivalent of one class or three credits per session, term, semester, trimester, or quarter may be counted toward the full course of study requirement if the class is taken on-line or through distance education and does not require the student's physical attendance for classes, examination or other purposes integral to completion of the class. An on-line or distance education course is a course that is offered principally through the use of television, audio, or computer transmission including open broadcast, closed circuit, cable, microwave, or satellite, audio conferencing, or computer conferencing. If the F-1 student's course of study is in a language study program, no on-line or distance education classes may be considered to count toward a student's full course of study requirement.
An F-1 visa holder within the United States may need to engage in an on-campus experiential component for this course to maintain compliance.
It is the student's responsibility to do the following:
Because the decision may have serious immigration consequences, if an F-1 student is unsure about his or her need to participate in an on-campus experiential component for this course, s/he should contact the UNT International Student and Scholar Services Office (telephone 940-565-2195 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) to get clarification before the one-week deadline.Top