Solving Problems using the computer: Variables, Algorithms and its representation,
data: types and definitions. Advanced applications using software packages such as: Ms
word : templates, comparing documents, master, table of contents, index, inserting ,
mailing merge, macros, Ms excel: charts, functions, sorting and filtering, solver, tables ,
relations, forms, queries, reports, import macros, Ms Access: and export files and data,
macros; introduction to the web applications.
|First Year, Second Year|
the use of computers in the classroom. Using current varieties of software for assignment presentation including desktop publishing, grading, student information, presentation software from the computer to the screen, using the Internet to teach through websites and other varieties of multimedia.
Essential knowledge of computer technology and literacy;
the role of ;computer technology in the learning and
teaching process; computer literacy; computer-aided
instruction; computer-managed instruction; computer
applications in education; operating systems; word
processing; spreadsheet; and databases; using computer
programs such as Microsoft publisher, Excel, word and
PowerPoint in classroom practices
This course have been developed using the latest technologies, enabling you to earn CEU credits while offering flexible and efficient learning through on-line training. Simply click the launch course link at the end of each discription to begin.
The purpose of this module is to provide learners with advanced knowledge and skills in the use of office applications software to support various study and work functions. Building on the intermediate level programme, this course deepens the candidate’s skills in word processing, spreadsheets and databases both as stand-alone or integrated applications.
This course focuses on the development of technology proficiencies. Students develop strategies and skills for teaching with technology
Systems theory, management information systems; top, middle and executive management. The concept of management information systems in information centers and Libraries: development, functions, values, characteristics, components and types. The use of technology, and the role of management information systems in decision-making, planning for the establishment of management systems as to design and analysis, development, maintenance and evaluation.
The course focuses on the concept of Instructional Technology, and it’s relation to system approach. The new role of Learner and instructor, relationship between instructional technology and information technology, networking and multimedia, open learning techniques. It, also, introduces the barbiers to educational technology transfer and future trends and research on instructional technology.
Information Technology components, computer hardware: memory, CPU, machine cycle. Numbering system: decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal, operations, data representation, coding. Communications and networks multimedia, E-business, system software and applications, information system: analysis and development, problem solving: algorithm, flowchart, pseudo code. Weekly practice in the lab.
|Second Year, Third Year|
Computer-assisted instruction is used through the entire range of education from preschool to professional school. It has been offered in a wide variety of fields, including all the main school subjects taught in elementary and secondary schools
The use of computers in education (basics, principles, and applications)
Courses in computer management can be taken through associate or bachelor's degree programs in computer management or computer information systems. These courses provide students with practical abilities in evaluating, designing, securing and maintaining computer information systems.
This course deals with the concept of computer as a device; the role of computer technology in the learning and teaching process; Computer-Aided Instruction; Computer-managed instruction; Computer applications in education; Evaluating educational computer programs; Internet and its use in education; Data processing and statistical packages.
This course includes topics that are related to distance learning; its concepts, justifications, historical and theoretical perspectives, its relationship with education technology, open universities; designing, producing & using instructional materials. Using advanced information technology in human communication; satellites; e-mail; teleconference, hypermedia in addition to printed materials. This course is also concerned with the barriers of distance learning & exam of open universities such as the British open university, Al-Qudes.
Using selected principles from behavior science (perception, memory, attitudes, concepts)s students analysis and design instructional message. A systematic process for instructional development is employed. Also this course aims to: Introduces the major components of the instructional systems development process from needs analysis through evaluation and implementation; provide the students with the technical and cognitive adequacies need for the design of teaching; enable the students to practice the design of effective and appealing instruction based on principles from instructional theory.
The nature of problems that teachers face in managing students’ behaviour and teaching / learning activities; factors that may cause classroom management problems (students’ characteristics, the physical environment and the school climate, and teachers’ characteristics); current approaches in classroom management; the whole-school approach for school discipline.
This course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding to the concepts of assessment and evaluation in special education, types of assessment and ways of evaluation for deferent categories of disability; this will be introduced with increased focusing on early detection in special education. Also, this course will deal with a group of tests and scales related to disability field and samples of most acceptable tests in the field.
This course provides high quality distance learning options that respond to the different needs of students, schools, and school divisions in order to support flexibility and increased educational opportunities
Introduces the concept of instructional materials; definition; relationship to instructional technology; classification; sources; role of such materials in the instructional process; the impact of perception and communication on designing different kinds of instructional materials such as transparencies, slides, audio cassettes, video tapes, and computer disks; principles of designing, producing and using instructional materials according to the system approach; practical application in designing, producing and using instructional materials in different subject matters.
This course discuss some child computerized programs (software) for the purposes of instruction, fun, and literacy. The importance of the computerized programs assisted child creative thinking and develop different skills. In addition to that children will learn some basic skills in design, production analyzing and evaluating some computerized programs and some applications on it.