Professor Mace, I would just like to send you a quick thank you for an incredible term. Honestly speaking, I found your course to be so incredibly interesting and the lectures were very engaging. I just want to thank you for taking such pride within your work and really providing every single view point and angle within your lessons, as to offer a more in depth understanding of all sides of a topic. In my experiences as a student, I've had very average teachers who never really took pride within their work, and although this was simply an online course it's very evident to see that you have a passion for your work and all the aspects that goes into it all. Thank you for being a great example for what kind of educator I'd like to be in the near future. Your hard work does not go unnoticed. Happy Holidays!
Warmest Wishes, - J.L. 12/09/2018
I've taught the courses listed below in an online format, multiple times. I've contributed curriculum and course design updates for each cause and in all cases the updates were adopted by the program chairs.
EDU 133: Computers in Education (100 level) - Designed to train students on the preparation and use of instructional media and materials commonly found in the public schools. Includes an introduction to computers and other new learning technologies. Helps students develop an understanding of the place and importance of these instructional tools in the learning process and how to design lessons using these materials. Lecture and Lab.
EDU 200: Introduction to Education (200 level) - Examines daily experiences in the schools. Includes discussing personal responses to school situations, students, personnel, the roles of public schools in American society and financial, legal, and administrative implications on instruction.
CAS 133: Computer Applications (100 level) - Provides hands-on experience with Microsoft Office software fundamentals, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access. Includes concepts of computer operations and literacy as well as insight into the broad impact of computers on today’s society. Students should have a basic working knowledge of general computer use prior to enrollment. Lecture and Lab.
CAS 216: Word Processing (200 level) - Students will acquire knowledge and skills while preparing and editing word-processed documents.