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Integrating Technology in the School (CRN: 10172)

CE-5040.OL
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  • CLOSED
  • 2 / 2
  • SEP 11 - NOV 13, Online Course
  • This course is designed to provide School Media Specialists and Technology Integrators with hands-on experience with multimedia technology and its effects on the 21st century learner. Current web and multimedia tools will be explored. Other topics to be covered are collaboration/teamwork with other educators and the role of the Library Media Specialist in integrating technology.

    Please note that this course is cross-listed with LM 5040, CRN 10057.

Integrating Technology in the School (CRN: 10201)

CE-5040.ON
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  • 3
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  • CLOSED
  • 5 / 5
  • SEP 11 - NOV 13, Online Course
  • This course is designed to provide School Media Specialists and Technology Integrators with hands-on experience with multimedia technology and its effects on the 21st century learner. Current web and multimedia tools will be explored. Other topics to be covered are collaboration/teamwork with other educators and the role of the Library Media Specialist in integrating technology.

    Please note that this course is cross-listed with LM 5040, CRN 10200.

Integration of Technology in the K-12 Curriculum (CRN: 10053)

CE-5120.OL
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  • 3
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  • CLOSED
  • 16 / 15
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • This instructional technology course is designed to provide technology educators, School Media Specialists, K-12 educators, and administrators with an understanding of ways current and emerging technologies can be used to facilitate teaching, learning, and managing instruction. Discussions will focus on issues, trends, and current uses of technology in K-12 education. Sessions will focus upon gaining experience integrating digital technology within the Common Core Standards, evaluating web 2.0 tools, exploring video resources, and designing technology enhanced lessons utilizing digital storytelling for K-12 curriculum integration.

Electronic Portfolio Development and Assessment (CRN: 10052)

CE-5140.OL
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (7 seats)
  • 8 / 15
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • This course is designed to investigate the principles of assessment educational technology that relate to the design, development, and assessment of electronic portfolios. Students will learn about the history, types, components, process, delivery, presentation, and assessment of electronic portfolios. Student will be expected to define the assessment approach, construct an electronic portfolio, and collaboratively design assessment tools that will be used to evaluate electronic portfolios. Additional areas of study in the course may include the influence of educational policy on the implementation of electronic portfolios, the role of the electronic portfolios in professional development and recertification, or innovate technologies used in electronic portfolio development.

Teaching and Learning in a Networked Classroom (CRN: 10051)

CE-5160.OL
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (11 seats)
  • 4 / 15
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • The evolution of the World Wide Web from what is being called Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 has brought about a new way of teaching and learning in this digital age. The use of Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, podcasting, videocasting, and a host of other free tools are allowing educators to connect to knowledge and each other like never before. Learners will gain hands-on experiences with Web 2.0 tools and explore the learning theory that supports their use a networked classroom environment.

Practicum in Educational Computing (CRN: 10213)

CE-5800.OL
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  • OPEN (1 seat)
  • 5 / 6
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • Designed to allow students to pursue, in depth, a personal interest in the field of educational computing. Students working with a faculty advisor will design and carry out an individual project that applies the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to a real problem in their home district. Projects, which will vary with individual student interest, may consist of original research, curriculum development, programming original courseware, etc.. The final report must be approved by the faculty advisor. Offered according to demand. Prerequisite: ED 5030.

Practicum in Educational Computing (CRN: 10214)

CE-5800.ON
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  • 3
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  • OPEN (1 seat)
  • 1 / 2
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • Designed to allow students to pursue, in depth, a personal interest in the field of educational computing. Students working with a faculty advisor will design and carry out an individual project that applies the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to a real problem in their home district. Projects, which will vary with individual student interest, may consist of original research, curriculum development, programming original courseware, etc.. The final report must be approved by the faculty advisor. Offered according to demand. Prerequisite: ED 5030.

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