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|INST 941 - Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning|
Designed for educators to accomplish the following: conduct effective searches by employing defined strategies using search directories, search engines, virtual libraries, specialized and proprietary databases and library catalogs; evaluate educational websites detailing its veracity, appropriateness, and educational value; examine important issues related to the classroom including academic integrity, Internet safety, and related student behavior to provide a safe, secure and excellent learning environment; conduct research related to the use of the Internet by educators; explore online tools to support a web-enhanced and/or online classroom; and create and publish a web-based inquiry-oriented classroom project. Participants develop and execute lesson plans that merge current curriculum standards and technology. Students begin development of an electronic portfolio to document their field-based experiences.
1.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Graduate, Non-Matriculated
Schedule Types: Independent/Directed Study, Lecture
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