COMPUTER AND INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY TEACHER EDUCATION

Seyit Ko├žberber, Ph.D., Chair

Academic Staff
Courses

The program for Computer and Instructional Technology Teacher Education is designed to prepare well-qualified K-12 teachers, instructional technologists and computer science professionals to address and support the need for modernization in education through the meaningful and innovative integration of technology in formal and informal learning environments.

The program develops technical skills required in today's modern classrooms and equips students with a strong background in both educational theories and computer science concepts. The program fosters students' development through authentic activities, internships and community service projects where they start gaining valuable experience early in the program. During later semesters, as pre-service teachers, they spend one day per week in partner schools where they gain practical experience in up-to-date approaches to teaching.

The courses are a combination of theory and laboratory practice in up-to-date lab facilities. The curriculum equips students with problem solving abilities, critical thinking abilities and skills for lifelong learning which is achieved through collaborative project work, case studies, problem solving tasks, critiques and demonstrations.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR

Autumn Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 111  Introduction to Programming I  6  4  5  10
CTE 113  Information Technologies in Education I  4    4  5
CTE 115  Discrete Mathematics  2  2  3  5
ENG 101  English and Composition I  5    3  6
GE 100  Orientation  1    1  1
TURK 101  Turkish I      2  2

Spring Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 112  Introduction to Programming II  6  4  5  8
CTE 114  Information Technologies in Education II  4    4  4
ENG 102  English and Composition II  5    3  6
MATH 105  Introduction to Calculus I  4    4  7
TE 116  Introduction to Education Science  3    3  4
TURK 102  Turkish II      2  2

SECOND YEAR

Autumn Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 205  Computer Organization  2  2  3  5
CTE 211  Programming Languages I  4  4  5  7
GE 250  Collegiate Activities Program I      -  1
HIST 200  History of Turkey  4    4  8
PHYS 117  Basic Physics: Mechanics  3  1  3  6
TE 203  Educational Psychology  3    3  5
TE 207  Introduction to Curriculum  3    3  5
  Social Science Elective      3  6

Spring Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 212  Programming Languages II  4  2  4  6
CTE 216  Introduction to Web Technologies  2  2  3  5
CTE 218  Operating Systems  4  2  4  5
CTE 252  Instructional Design  3    3  4
GE 251  Collegiate Activities Program II      1  1
PHYS 118  Basic Physics II  3    3  4
TE 204  Principles and Methods of Instruction  3    3  5

THIRD YEAR

Autumn Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 309  Community Service  1  4  3  4
CTE 311  Database Management Systems  2  4  4  5
CTE 317  Programming for the Internet I  2  2  3  4
CTE 321  Human Computer Interaction  2  2  3  4
CTE 351  Material Design and Development in Education  2  2  3  4
TE 318  Turkish Education System and School Management  2    2  3
  HCIV Elective      3  6

Spring Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 308  Information Ethics and Security  2  2  3  4
CTE 316  Network Structures and Communication  2  2  3  4
CTE 322  Multimedia Design and Development  2  2  3  4
TE 307  Measurement and Evaluation  3    3  5
TE 310  Computer Teaching Methods I  2  2  3  6
TE 312  School Experience I  1  4  3  6
TE 314  Classroom Management  2    2  3

FOURTH YEAR

Autumn Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 400  Summer Training      -  9
CTE 403  Research Methods in Education  3    3  6
CTE 417  Programming for the Internet II  2  2  3  4
CTE 421  Project Management and Development I  2  2  3  6
TE 402  Guidance  3    3  5
TE 405  Computer Teaching Methods II  2  2  3  6
  Unrestricted Elective      3  4

Spring Semester

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
TE 406  Teaching Practice in Computer Teaching  2  6  5  8
  Project Elective      3  4
  Restricted Elective      3  4
  Unrestricted Elective      3  4

HCIV ELECTIVE COURSES

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
HCIV 101  History of Civilization I  3    3  6
HCIV 102  History of Civilization II  3    3  6

RESTRICTED ELECTIVE COURSES

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
COMD 203  Introduction to Communication Studies I  3    3  6
COMD 204  Introduction to Communication Studies II  3    3  6
COMD 205  Basic Photography    3  3  6
COMD 206  Introduction to Digital Cinematography    3  3  6
COMD 207  Film History  3    3  6
COMD 210  Introduction to Screenwriting    3  3  6
COMD 212  Principles of Visual Communication Design    3  3  6
COMD 305  Digital Video Production I    3  3  6
COMD 306  Digital Video Production II    3  3  6
COMD 310  Screenwriting    3  3  6
COMD 321  Analysis of Moving Image  3    3  6
COMD 322  Film Theory and Criticism  3    3  6
COMD 331  News Reporting and Writing  3    3  6
COMD 333  News and Society  3    3  6
COMD 335  Science Writing and Journalism  3    3  6
COMD 341  Media and Society  3    3  6
COMD 342  Popular Culture  3    3  6
COMD 346  Introduction to Advertising  3    3  6
COMD 348  New Media  3    3  6
COMD 350  Radio Programming and Production    3  3  6
COMD 354  Game Design and Research    3  3  6
COMD 355  Social Media Marketing  3    3  6
COMD 356  Digital Culture  3    3  6
COMD 357  Multimedia Journalism  3    3  6
COMD 361  Sound Design I    3  3  6
COMD 362  Sound Design II    3  3  6
COMD 363  Music and Media  3    3  6
COMD 364  Video Production for Non-majors    3  3  6
COMD 409  Advanced Broadcast Studio  2  4  3  6
COMD 422  Advanced Issues in Communication Studies  3    3  6
COMD 424  Media Theory and Methods  3    3  6
COMD 433  Gender and Media  3    3  6
COMD 434  Special Topics in Journalism  3    3  6
COMD 435  Documentary  3    3  6
COMD 436  Television Genres  3    3  6
COMD 437  Post-production Techniques    3  3  6
COMD 438  Adaptation in Media  3    3  6
COMD 439  International Public Relations  3    3  6
COMD 442  Special Topics in Visual Studies  3    3  6
COMD 451  Creative Project Design and Development  3    3  6
COMD 461  Public Relations and Communication Campaigns  3    3  6
COMD 462  Special Topics in Advertising  3    3  6
COMD 471  Media Ethics  3    3  6
COMD 511  Research Methods  3    3  7.5
COMD 512  Foundations in Visual Studies  3    3  7.5
COMD 513  Film and Genre  3    3  7.5
COMD 514  Identity Space and Image  3    3  7.5
COMD 515  Media Reception  3    3  7.5
COMD 516  Turkish Cinema and Modernity  3    3  7.5
COMD 517  Topics in Media Studies  3    3  7.5
COMD 518  New Media and Film Cultures  3    3  7.5
COMD 520  National and Transnational Cinemas  3    3  7.5
COMD 523  Media and Everyday Life  3    3  7.5
COMD 524  Essay Film  3  1  3  7.5
COMD 525  Curatorial Practices in Contemporary Art  3    3  7.5
COMD 541  Writing for Media  3    3  7.5
COMD 566  Documentary Form and Practice  3    3  7.5
CTIS 485  Information Storage and Management  4    4  6
CTIS 486  Linux System Administration  3    3  6
CTIS 487  Mobile Application Development  4  2  4  7
CTIS 488  Data Analysis  3    3  6
CTIS 489  Interactive Computer Graphics Programming  3    3  6
CTIS 491  Software Validation Verification and Testing  3    3  6
CTIS 492  Information Systems Outsourcing  3    3  6
CTIS 493  Information Systems Project Management  3    3  6
CTIS 496  Computer and Network Security  3  1  3  6
CTIS 497  Scaling Networks  4    4  6
CTIS 498  Wide Area Networks  4    4  6
GRA 131  Design Tools and Techniques    3  3  4
GRA 132  Lettering and Introduction to Typography    3  3  4
GRA 207  Conceptual Design    3  3  6
GRA 209  Graphic Design for Non-Majors    3  3  6
GRA 210  Web Design    3  3  6
GRA 211  Typography I    3  3  6
GRA 212  Typography II    3  3  6
GRA 215  Animation and Film/Television Graphics I    3  3  6
GRA 216  Animation and Film/Television Graphics II    3  3  6
GRA 217  Motion Graphics    3  3  6
GRA 218  Essentials of Photography    3  3  6
GRA 219  Advanced Photography    3  3  6
GRA 223  Photographic Image Processing I    3  3  6
GRA 224  Photographic Image Processing II    3  3  6
GRA 225  Introduction to Visual Techniques I    3  3  6
GRA 226  Introduction to Visual Techniques II    3  3  6
GRA 313  Typographic Design and Theories    3  3  6
GRA 315  Information Design and Data Visualization    3  3  6
GRA 316  Interface Design Studio    3  3  6
GRA 317  Motion Design Studio    3  3  6
GRA 323  Logos, Symbols and Signs    3  3  6
GRA 324  Photographic Practice    3  3  6
GRA 333  Packaging I    3  3  6
GRA 334  Packaging II    3  3  6
GRA 341  History of Graphic Art  3    3  6
GRA 344  Psychology of Advertisement  3    3  4
GRA 347  Design Issues  3    3  6
GRA 351  Introduction to Video Production Techniques I    3  3  6
GRA 421  Illustration I    3  3  6
GRA 422  Illustration II    3  3  6
GRA 423  Professional Practice  3    3  6
GRA 501  Graduate Studio I    3  3  7.5
GRA 502  Graduate Studio II    3  3  7.5
GRA 503  Illustration I    3  3  7.5
GRA 504  Illustration II    3  3  7.5
GRA 511  Typography I    3  3  7.5
GRA 512  Typography II    3  3  7.5
GRA 517  Image Time and Motion I  3    3  7.5
GRA 518  Image Time and Motion II  3    3  7.5
GRA 520  Critical Approaches to Popular Culture  3    3  7.5
GRA 521  Animation I    3  3  7.5
GRA 541  Graphic and Visual Representation  3    3  7.5
GRA 542  Mass Media and Visual Technologies  3    3  7.5
GRA 558  Visual Communication Approach to Artistic Thinking  3    3  7.5

PROJECT ELECTIVE COURSES

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Other
CTE 422  Project Management and Development II  1  6  4  8


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