Technology Integration For Educators –

tech507

(3 credits)

This course is designed to prepare educators to integrate technology for engaging and effective P–12 student learning across the content areas. Participants incorporate technology-based instructional strategies into student-centered learning, using the National Educational Technology Standards and fair use guidelines. Digital tools and resources, software applications, and assessment are also examined.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Integrating Technology Into the Classroom

  • Differentiate between teacher-centered and student-centered learning.

  • Identify solutions to potential problems and barriers of integrating technology.

  • Explain the value of integrating National Educational Technology Standards.

  • Apply copyright and fair use guidelines for using technology resources.

Integrating Digital Tools and Resources

  • Identify digital tools that can be integrated into student-centered learning.

  • Determine digital tools that meet the diverse needs of learners.

  • Integrate communication tools for collaboration.

  • Describe problem-solving tools and resources. 

Integrating Software Applications

  • Identify applications that can be integrated into student-centered learning.

  • Determine applications that meet the diverse needs of learners.
  • Identify benefits for integrating multimedia.

  • Incorporate graphic organizers.

  • Integrate problem-solving applications.

Integrating Technology in Content Areas and Assessment: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies

  • Identify exemplary Internet sites, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 tools, multimedia, and software applications to foster student-centered learning for content area instruction and assessment.

  • Explain current issues that may affect the selection and use of technology to enhance student-centered learning in content areas and assessment.

Integrating Technology in Content Areas and Assessment: Art, Music, Physical Education, and Special Education

  • Identify exemplary Internet sites, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 tools, multimedia, and software applications to foster student-centered learning for content area instruction and assessment.

  • Explain current issues that may affect the selection and use of technology to enhance student-centered learning in content areas and assessment.

Review

  • All objectives apply.

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