Instructional Technology

Course Description

An examination of technology used in classrooms with particular attention to maximizing available resources for communication and collaboration with a variety of stakeholders as well as assessing, planning and delivering instruction.

Learning Outcomes

  • integrate technology into lesson planning and delivery including assessment.
  • use technology to modify curriculum and instruction in order to meet student needs.
  • maintain school and/or district standards for acceptable use of technology.
  • utilize available technology to demonstrate the ability to communicate with students, families and other stakeholders.
  • demonstrate proficiency with use of software and hardware available in the schools where they serve.

Prerequisites

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