The ED101 Educational Technology Lab provides many resources to students and teachers using technology in the classroom. This site is your entry to a growing number of projects that Boston University education students have created with the guidance of practicing classroom teachers.
The projects are web-based learning resources targeted to support learning of curricular objectives as teachers have defined them. They encourage interaction and include short self-test items for students to use. Please enjoy these resources and email Professor Whittier at email@example.com with your feedback and suggestions.
All ED101 projects are designed and developed by Boston University undergraduates majoring in education, who are working under the supervision of their cooperating classroom teacher and their ED101 instructor. The curriculum design follows principles of the Teacher as Designer of Instructional Technology (TD-IT) and more than 10 years of research on outcomes have demonstrated outstanding results for helping our teacher licensure candidates to learn about and practice technology and curriculum integration as well as basic competencies in the job of being a teacher through the project-based model ED-101 employs.
All ED101 projects include an instructional and/or informational section. As of spring 2005, projects also include an assessment activity, and more extensive documentation on the school and classroom for which the project was produced. For more information, please visit the ED 101 site at http://ed101.bu.edu/ed101-test/
Instructional Materials Center (IMC)
Open to the School of Education (SED) faculty, staff, students and alumni, the Instructional Materials Center (IMC) is dedicated to supporting teaching and learning with technology. The IMC works to inform and expand education and training by applying technology to personal productivity, instructional support, communication and research.
For more information, please visit the ED 101 site at http://emt.bu.edu/program/htdocs/resources/imc/index.htm