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LinkedIn Learning

Teaching with Technology

via LinkedIn Learning


Learn how to use technology to enhance course design, lesson planning, presentations, in-class activities, assessments, and student achievement and engagement.


  • Welcome
  • What you should know before watching this course
1. Getting Ready to Teach with Technology
  • Putting the "tech" into "teach"
  • Rewriting your learning outcomes to include technology
  • Aligning resources, activities, and assessments with outcomes
2. Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Principles with Technology
  • About applying UDL principles
  • Applying UDL principles: Sharing content in multiple formats
  • Applying UDL principles: Motivating and engaging learners in multiple ways
  • Applying UDL principles: Allowing learners to show what they know in multiple ways
3. Using Technology to Prepare Content
  • Why use technology to share content?
  • Choosing appropriate technologies to share content
  • Finding content for your class: Teachers as collage artists
  • Recording lectures and presentations
  • Creating your own instructional materials
4. Using Technology to Share Content
  • Enhancing lectures or presentations
  • Sharing content with your students
  • Asking students to create digital content
  • Getting students to do the reading
  • Using collaborative tools for content review
5. Using Technology to Facilitate In-Class Activities
  • Why use technology to facilitate interactivity?
  • Choosing appropriate technologies to facilitate interactivity
  • Engaging students in the classroom
  • Facilitating active learning in the classroom
  • Facilitating small-group work in the classroom
6. Using Technology to Facilitate Virtual Activities
  • Facilitating discussion
  • Enabling study groups
  • Facilitating team projects
  • Facilitating virtual fieldwork
7. Using Technology to Assess Learning
  • Why use technology to assess learning?
  • Choosing appropriate technologies to assess learning
  • Using clickers to assess learning in the classroom
  • Assessing lab work
8. Assessing Learning and Teaching Effectively in Online Environments
  • Administering digital quizzes, tests, and exams
  • Assessing written work
  • Assessing team projects
  • Assessing student presentations
  • Facilitating student self-assessments
  • Facilitating peer-review activities
  • Using eportfolios for authentic assessment and measuring growth
  • Assessing teaching effectiveness
  • Key take-aways
  • Next steps

Taught by

Kevin Kelly


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