Classroom technology courses
Technology is not an option, it’s an essential component in the modern classroom. This is especially important for educators eager to reach today’s tech-minded students. This presents educators with the ongoing challenge of keeping up with the latest developments in technology and software applications.
You can explore this critical issue in our classroom technology courses. We cover a range of subjects, including integrating portable devices, cloud computing and using web-based applications in the classroom. You can also learn how to use multimedia components to enhance the student experience and improve outcomes.
We also offer classroom technology courses that go over computer maintenance and troubleshooting. This can help you understand hardware and software components, overcome tech challenges and perform basic computer maintenance and upkeep. By learning these skills you can become more self-sufficient and confident when it comes to handling tech in your classroom.
Take a classroom technology course and examine topics that matter for today’s educator, such as:
- How to use presentation tools more effectively.
- The legal and ethical issues regarding social media use in schools.
- How to utilize multimedia to support differentiated instruction.
- Digital citizenship and how to become a connected educator.
Classroom technology courses can help bridge the knowledge gap that some educators feel, giving you the tools you need to have an effective, integrated classroom. They may also help you meet certain criteria for potential recertification, endorsements and professional development.
Our goal is to help professional educators get the skills they need to be effective and successful, even with busy schedules. You can take classroom technology courses online from the convenience of your computer, completing class work when it fits into your schedule. Call 866.484.1809 for additional information or request additional information.
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