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1 Stanford University AboutAdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles Design © Stanford University School of Education (650) Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints Contact | Directories | Maps and Directions | Sitemap An innovative Masters Program that reaches beyond boundaries … Photo Gallery Technology in collaborative learning dsljf alid laisfa lisf lha adliw alihsg alifhae liahge alifh lihyea liahge kjwefkjlihgs sa ew LDT

2 Stanford University Mission Courses Faculty Requirements Program History About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles Learning, Design & Technology Mission Statement New technologies are being developed rapidly worldwide. As a result, the face of educ ation is changing. But this new blend of technology and education introduces important questions. How can technology enhance education? How can recent inventions and t heir original purpose be expanded to become part of a learning environment? The Lea rning, Design and Technology program at Stanford University seeks to address these questions. Our mission is to prepare professionals to design and evaluate educationall y informed and empirically grounded learning environments, products, and programs t hat effectively employ emergent technologies in a variety of settings. We want to rethin k learning, generating revolutionary ideas that will pioneer the future of education. © Stanford University School of Education (650) Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints Contact | Directories | Maps and Directions | Sitemap LDT

3 Stanford University About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles Sitemap © Stanford University School of Education (650) Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints Contact | Directories | Maps and Directions | Sitemap LDT AboutAdmissionsProfilesOpportunitiesResources Courses Mission Faculty Requirements Program History Courses Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford FAQ Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search Employment Internship Industry Research Tutorials References Study List Builder

4 Stanford University Mission Courses Faculty Requirements Program History About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles Required Courses AutumnWinter Spring Summer ED106 ED229B ED229C ED229D ED229A ED380 ED380 ED380 ED333A ED185 Elective Courses Research and Evaluation Courses  EDUC150 - Introduction to data Analysis and Interpretation  EDUC151 - Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods LDT Courses  EDUC218 – Topics in Cognition and Learning  EDUC208B – Curriculum Construction  More courses… Design Courses  ME313 Human values and Innovation in Design  CS147 Human-Computer Interaction  More courses… LDT

5 Stanford University Mission Courses Faculty Requirements Program History About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles Course Description EDUC229B – Learning, Design and Technology Seminar Four quarter seminar core of the LDT master’s program. Designs for learning with technology. Issues and processes relating to internships and careers. Major learning, design, and technology project. Student navigate design sequences in learning environments rooted in practical problems. Theoretical and practical perspectives, hands-on development, and collaborative efforts. (all areas) (Staff) Units Grading Times Room Dates Instructor 3 Letter or Cr/NoCr Wed 4:15-6:05 pm Bldg160/127 1/10/06-3/17/06Susie Wise EDUC…More courses… Course Review © Stanford University School of Education (650) Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints Contact | Directories | Maps and Directions | Sitemap LDT

6 Professor of Education Director of SCIL, LSTD Stanford University Mission Courses Faculty Requirements Program History About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles SUSE Faculty Stanford Faculty in Related Fields Roy Pea Roy Pea is Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences at Stanford University, Co-Director of the Center for Innovative Learning Technologies and Director of the PhD Program in Learning Sciences and Technology D esign. Eric Roberts, CS LDT

7 Stanford University Mission Courses Faculty Requirements Program History About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles You are responsible for meeting the university and school requirements described below throughout the program of study. In addition to the minimum requirements, you will also create a major project and a portfolio. LDT requirements  Four quarters  27 units has to be education courses  More requirements … University requirements  Minimum 45 units  More requirements … Useful links  Masters Handbook ed.stanford.edu/suse/programs-degrees/MAhandbook.pdf  More links… Requirements LDT

8 Stanford University Mission Courses Faculty Requirements Program History About AdmissionsOpportunitiesResourcesProfiles Program History © Stanford University School of Education (650) Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints Contact | Directories | Maps and Directions | Sitemap LDT

9 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ Welcome Prospective Students Come discover how LDT blends learning theory, creative design, and state of the art technologies to develop industry leaders and academic visionaries that expand the horizons of education. Listen to a welcome message from LDT Program director, Shelley Goldman © Stanford University School of Education (650) Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints Contact | Directories | Maps and Directions | Sitemap LDT

10 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ Why LDT The LDT experience presents many unique opportunities Learn from the fields leading researchers and reformers Work with a talented cohort of international students with diverse backgrounds and experiences Take electives from any department in one of the worlds most renown universities Intern at the most innovative companies in silicon valley and apply theory taught in the classroom to real world problems Present a final masters project to representatives of businesses on the forefront of education LDT

11 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ What to Expect “Students who learn basic web design, flash animation, and video editing before arriving are in a position apply these a bilities in conjunction with the learning theories taught in the classroom to create instructional tools from the onset.” - Eric Grant LDT 05 “The program features many group and individual projects that focus on designing multimedia that facilitates innovative methods of teaching. Because the program is one year l ong I really tried sure stay on top of all the work.” - Ani Almario LDT 03 Suggested Readings List: Suggested Software Knowledge: LDT

12 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ Submit an Application Application Requirements Application Deadlines Process Overview Testing Info Financial Aid & Tuition Follow the above links to access admissions and financial aid information from the SUSE website If you have any further question, please contact the masters coordinator Wanapa Veeraprasit LDT

13 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ Submit an Application Application Requirements Application Deadlines Process Overview Testing Info Financial Aid & Tuition LDT

14 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ Visit Us To arrange of visit, please contact our program advisor Susie Wise Driving Directions & Maps Campus Tours & Resources LDT

15 About Stanford University Welcome Why LDT What to Expect Application Info Visit Stanford Admissions OpportunitiesResourcesProfiles FAQ 1. How long is the program? 2. Does everyone do a master’s project? 3. Is the internship mandatory? How long does it last? 4. What kind of technical resources do LDT students have access to? SUSE FAQ LDT

16 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles current Eric Bailey Eric Meyers Eric Bailey Paula Wellings Sandy Johnson Kihyun Ryoo Class of 2006 LDT

17 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles current Gazi Garib Eric Meyers Eric Bailey Paula Wellings Sandy Johnson Kihyun Ryoo Before LDT: Teacher of Design at University of Italy LDT Internship: Audubon Society Master’s Project: Life Through Plants After LDT: Designer Extraordinare at Open Air Studios Homepage:http://ldt.stanford.edu/~ggarib Contact: Gazi Garib LDT

18 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles After LDT Paths of former LDT students Winter Summer Before LDT Find out what paths these students took before, during, and after LDT and what they learned from their LDT experience. Their courses, Internships, Masters project, future careers.. Autumn Spring LDT

19 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles ED333 LA, California Film Industry Interactive Arts Scott Doorley ED106 ED229 ME 313 CS376 COM 372Internship-Leapfrog ME 369ED362 Masters Project ME 275SS 358 ED 358ED 355 Tennis ED 329 ED294 Palo Alto, CA Design Firm Winter Spring Summer Click on the boxed items below to find out more Autumn LDT

20 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles Scott Doorley ME313 – Human Values in Innovative Design Mechanical Engineering Department Instructor : David Kelley Recommendation : Definitely I had a blast in that design class. It was taught by David Kelley and I learned how to visualize my ideas, turning them into real working products. All of those long nights and group meetings were painful but the results were worth it. My advice - challenge yourself. OCT Rapid Prototype Design Experiment OCT LDT

21 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles Angel Inokon INTERNSHIP : LEAPFROG I love children and games! I’ve been always interested in games that enhance learning. Leapfrog is a wonderful company to work with in developing these kinds of games. Why don’t you try one of the games I helped to develop for 1 st and 2 nd graders. LDT

22 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles Sam Ogami FUTURE CAREER : SAVE THE CHILDREN I received an offer from Google but I wanted to continue my passion for educating less fortunate children. Save the Children is an excellent organization that helps fund children in poverty to provide them with greater educational opportunities. LDT

23 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles LDT class of 2002 Chika Ando Person 7 Person 6 Person 5 Person 4 Person 3 Person 2 Chika Ando LDT

24 AdmissionsAbout Stanford University Student Facebook Paths Portfolio Search OpportunitiesResources Profiles Search the profiles of LDT alumni by name, year of graduation, current or past employer, position or project focus area. Alumni Profile Search Name Year of Graduation Employer Position Project Focus Faculty Advisor LDT

25 Employment Opportunities ProfilesAdmissionsAbout Stanford University Employment Internship Industry Research Opportunities Resources The LDT internships allows students to pursue their career paths before graduation. The internships available are as diverse as our alumni's careers. Some research problems in education by enrolling in Ph.D programs or working in research centers. Others take leadership positions in education centered businesses around the world. LDT

26 ProfilesAdmissionsAbout Stanford University Employment Internship Industry Research Opportunities Resources Internships LDT

27 ProfilesAdmissionsAbout Stanford University Employment Internship Industry Research Opportunities Resources Prospective Employment Opportunities Research Labs Names and links to Websites E-Learning Research Names and links to Websites Academic Positions Names and links to Websites Policy Research Names and links to Websites LDT

28 OpportunitiesProfilesAdmissionsAbout Stanford University Tutorials References Study List Builder Resources Languages  HTML, XML, scripting:  More links… Applications  Dreamweaver  Photoshop  Flash  Illustrator  PowerPoint LDT

29 OpportunitiesProfilesAdmissionsAbout Stanford University Tutorials References Study List Builder Resources Emerging Technologies and New Inventions  Emerging technologies:  More links… Journals  American Journal of Distance Education  Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education LDT Students Prefer  Flash Programs   Custom Gif Text   More links… Conferences  The International Association for Educational Assessment.  More links… Education, Design, and Technology Resources  SCORM:  Design:  More links… LDT

30 OpportunitiesProfilesAdmissionsAbout Stanford University Tutorials References Study List Builder Resources Study List Builder You must submit this form to the Master’s program coordinator prior to the end of the first quarter. You also need to submit the changes to your study list in early Spring. Click here for a downloadable form. Quarter & Dept. & Course Title Units Required Year Course No. Courses Aut ED333A Analyzing Learning Env. 3 Aut ED229A Seminar in LDT 3 Aut ED106 Interactive Media in Ed. 3 Wtr ED380 Supervised Internship 3 Internship Wtr ED380 Supervised Internship 3 Wtr ED380 Supervised Internship 3 Design LDT-related Electives Other LDT


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