Building Confidence

Your tutorial allowed me to feel much more at ease and helped build the confidence I needed. - Erin B. (English Teacher) More »

Enthusiasm for Technology

Your enthusiasm for technology usage helps motivate me to try more in my own classroom. - Jeff B. (Freshman Teacher) More »

Engaging Students

You have helped me find ways of incorporating technology into my classroom that I didn’t even know existed. This technology has helped to engage my students as well as reinvigorate me as an instructor. - Kenny B. (Social Studies Teacher) More »

Lots of Information

Thanks so much for all the info, lots to dig through and learn fast! - Jessica T. (High School Teacher) More »

The Courage to Try Something New

You gave me the courage to try something new in my classroom. And it worked! - Margaret P. (Advanced Placement Teacher) More »


Technology to Engage Every Learner (Grad Course)

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(3 Grad Credits)

Week 1 – Creation 
Learn about the numerous Edtech tools that are available to help you engage your students
and/or flip your class. Begin the process of creating your own content. Learn best practices
and tips for creating professional content. Practice and explore teacher-tested tools to use in
your classroom and for your students to create content as well.


Week 2 – Communication
Improve effective communication between yourself and your students (and student to
student) and parents using various educational technology tools such as Edmodo, Twitter,
Todaysmeet, Touch Cast and more. When you open the door to communication inside AND
outside of the walls of your classroom, the possibilities are endless.

Week 3 – Curation 
Now that you and your students created unique, technology-based content, where are you
going to store and showcase your work? Curation is about housing and displaying digital
content from the traditional or flipped classroom for your classes and the world to view.
Discover and utilize resources for you to begin to curate content.


Week 4 – Collaboration 
What tools are there to help you reach out to other educational professionals and for your
students to work collaboratively with each other? Explore tools like Edmodo, Twitter, Google
tools, and more to work collaboratively.

Week 5 – Reflection
Share your plan for the next steps you will try that should keep your classes moving forward.
Reflect on what tools you have explored, how you have utilized them and what you still need
to learn to continue to innovate in your classroom


Click here to see the complete syllabus. MTI 567



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