EDT 201 Intermediate Instructional Design & Production

Builds on candidate knowledge and skills in using instructional technology from EDT 101. It is designed to develop intermediate knowledge, skills, and disposition related to the use of instructional technology to become a more effective and more productive teacher in the Early Childhood classroom. Although there is some technology infusion in this course, EDT 201 is primarily concerned with the design, production, and evaluation of effective instruction using technology. A combined total of 60 fieldwork hours in EDEC 204, EDEC 205, EDT 201 and EDEC 206. Fieldwork placement will be scheduled once a week (Monday through Friday), 8:00AM-12:00PM, in a preschool and/or infant/toddler setting. NOTE: Candidate must pass the field experience requirements in order to pass the course.    In accordance with CT law, districts may require criminal background and/or DCF child abuse and neglect registry checks to participate in the field experiences in this class.  Students are required to follow the background check policies of the district in which they are placed and are responsible for all associated fees.  CCSU is not responsible for district policies. 




EDEC 201, EDEC 202, SPED 301 and EDEC 203. Candidates must have completed IT Module 2. Taken concurrently with EDEC 204, EDEC 205, and EDEC 206.

General Education


  • Fall and Spring