Chad Bates' E-Portfolio


Educational History

IT Coursework and Artifacts

Computer Application in Education

Instructional Systems Design

Media and Technology Production Techniques

Internet: Implications for Teaching and Learning

Coursework Outside of Instructional Technology

Techniques for Research in Curriculum and Instruction

Database Management Systems

Survey of Contemporary Philosophies in Education

Adult Learning Coursework & Artifacts

Cultural Studies in Education
Modes of Inquiry

Learning in the Workplace

Survey of Adult Education

Program Development

Reflective Practice

Independent Study

Educational Growth




IT Coursework and Artifacts

The courses that are required, in order to obtain a master's degree in the IT program are courses that are very challenging. In every course that I took, I had challenges that were placed in front of me. These challenges were very difficult, however they were capable of being reached. If you were willing to put in the time and effort, then you could reach these challenges.

I cannot remember a professor in the department assigning me a responsibility to complete, without first giving me the knowledge on how to complete this responsibility. Please use the links, which are located to the left, under the heading entitled Instructional Technology Coursework and Artifacts, to view course information, as well as my coursework examples. I believe that you will see, from these links and from my work, how successful students can be in a dedicated educational program. This success is a result of a program that has professors that are willing to spend their time not only to teaching, but also sustaining, students along their way to becoming better teachers.



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