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What Now? Emerging Technologies and Their Practical Application in K12 Teaching and Learning.

University of Texas Arlington via edX

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Overview

Want to learn how to integrate technology into your classroom? This education and teacher training course takes us to the intersection of research and actual classroom practice. It brings together thought leaders, campus leaders, and practicing teachers to provide a practical framework for integrating technology into K12 teaching and learning.

Syllabus

Week 1: Why We Should Integrate Technology
How to leverage technology to connect the learner, engage the learner, promote literacy, and level the playing field for all learners.

Week 2: What Technology Works Best
How to incorporate social media, learning apps, learning management systems, and other modern applications in the classroom.

Week 3: What Technology Works Best for Special Populations
An overview of what technology works best in the core areas, as well as for special populations such as second language learners, children of poverty, and special-needs students.

Week 4: How To Integrate Technology
How to begin the journey. An overview of integration strategies including Blended Learning, 1:1, and Bring You Own Device (BYOD).

Taught by

Andrew Berning

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