BOLT 677 - K-12 Digital Tools for Change
BOLT 678 - Evaluating K-12 Digital ToolsBOLT 679 - Pedagogy for Digital Learning
These three modules further develop knowledge and understanding of educational technologies. Implementation plans, concerns, and issues in K-12 blended and online learning environments will be addressed. In addition to acquiring understanding of present and emerging digital learning technologies, such as 3-D printing, virtual laboratories, learning analytics, and cloud computing, students will analyze the effectiveness of digital tools in various learning environments. The modules combine information, theoretical concepts and frameworks, case studies, and, where possible, direct experience with specific technologies in educational settings.
After completing these three modules students will be able to:
Assignments and Learning Experiences:
To maintain integrity with the originating graduate courses, the assignments and assessment processes will be divided into equivalent demands within the various modules. Assignments include online discussion forums; reading and reacting to pertinent research; and written explorations of the integration of the course content to individualized professional contexts. Format of assignments will vary from short forum postings to research essays. Proper use of the American Psychological Association (APA) is an expectation and will be reinforced throughout the modules.
Originating course MDDE 620 - Technology in Education and Training
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