There are currently two facilities that are used for collaborative
classes and for meetings for between Curry administrators and faculty
and their counterparts at other institutions.
EDIS 788 - Field Project: Social Studies
Instructors: Cheryl Mason, University of Virginia & Michael Berson,
University of South Florida
A collaborative class taught jointly by Cheryl Mason, University of Virginia and Michael Berson, University of South Florida.
Preservice social studies students in EDIS 788 participate weekly in a collaborative learning experience with social studies preservice teachers enrolled at the University of South Florida. Using the collaborative distance education features available in the Curry School's Digital Classroom, students discuss issues related to the infusion of technology into the social studies curriculum through an online case study. Additionally, students from both universities engage in an asynchronous conversation with each other throughout the week.
Social Consequences of Technology
Instructors: Laura Blasi and Pete Adamy, University of Virginia
A collaborative class taught jointly by Laura Blasi and Pete Adamy from the University of Virginia to students at UVA and at Iowa State University.
EDIS 531 - Reasoning Skills: Science
Instructors: Juanita Jo Matkins, University of Virginia & Dr. Klein,
St. Norbert College
A collaborative class taught jointly by Dr. Juanita Jo Matkins of the University of Virginia and Dr. Elizabeth Klein of St. Norbert College, Wisconsin. The collaborative component was for four weeks. Another science methods class taught by Dr. Starlin Weaver of Salisbury State, Maryland is also working along with them, but asynchronously.
EDLF 789 - Diffusion of Educational Technology: Policy and Practice
Instructor: Walt Heinecke & Dorothy Vazquez-Levy, University of Virginia
This class is taught with students participating from the University of Virginia and Iowa State University.
EDIS 885 - Current Research on Technology and Teacher Education
Instructor: Dorothy Vazquez-Levy
This class is taught only to students at the University of Virginia with no electronic transmission.
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Last modified on September 7, 2005