Integrating Technology in
the Classroom

Course Length

6 Weeks
24 Course Hrs

Cost

$115.00 USD

Integrating Technology in
the Classroom COURSE SUMMARY

In this professional development course, you will learn the secrets of technology integration in the classroom, gaining the skills educators need to use tools such as wikis, podcasts, and blogs effectively. You will discover simple ways to integrate technology to enhance your subject material and meet your course goals.

You will learn how to design presentations for auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles, how to teach keyboarding and word processing, how to develop standards-based lesson plans, and more. Whether you’re new to the integration process or already use technology in the classroom, learning about emerging educational technologies is vital to your students’ success. By the time you finish this online teacher training course, you will know how to integrate technology across the curriculum.

There are no prerequisites to take this course.

The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.

  • PC: Windows 8 or later.
  • Mac: macOS 10.6 or later.
  • Browser: The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are preferred. Microsoft Edge and Safari are also compatible.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader.
  • Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins.
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Integrating Technology in
the Classroom Course Syllabus

Are you ready to unleash the power of technology in your classroom? Teachers are constantly faced with difficult decisions, and one of the most important is how to integrate new technology into the traditional classroom. Your first lesson explores the differences between a traditional classroom and a technology-friendly one.
It’s time to set up the technology that benefits all learners – auditory, visual, and kinesthetic – in your classroom. This lesson will introduce ways to improve student learning using assistive technology, such as tablets, mind mapping tools, document cameras, SMART Boards, and much more.
Do you know the safest way for your students to surf the web? This lesson explores student-friendly Internet search engines and directories that you can use to safeguard your students’ online experience. You will also look at the power of the bookmark and bookmark management tools like Sqworl.
This lesson introduces the basics: integrating keyboarding and word processing. You will follow a simple timeline for integrating these two skills. You will also learn how to choose between a laptop and a tablet for typing.
This lesson explores using blogs and reading technology integration in the classroom. Trying new reading sites and the activities is a great way to capitalize on your students’ interest in reading. You will also learn different ways to pair new reading technology with traditional ELA standards.
It’s time for wikis and writing technology integration. In this lesson, you will learn how to locate the best apps, websites, and activities to help your students fall in love with writing. You will also explore ways to integrate technology into your writing curriculum.
Are you ready to learn about podcasting and science technology integration? This lesson is packed full of tips that you can use to get your students excited about science. You will explore Next Generation science standards and look ways to meet them by integrating technology.
This lesson focuses on using Word and Excel to integrate technology into math lessons. It’s never been easier to use technology and bring your math lessons to life with fun websites, apps, and computer activities.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use PowerPoint, Google Slides, websites, apps, and technology integration in the social studies classroom. Technology makes teaching social studies even easier.
Get ready to explore online museums, music downloads, and art and music technology integration. This lesson covers the importance of music and art, ways to use technology to meet national standards, fun activities, and great websites that you can use in your classroom.
It’s time to discover using WebQuests and technology with diverse learners. This lesson focuses on meeting the needs of special needs, GATE, and English language learners with technology. You will learn about customized WebQuests that engage each group of students through differentiated instruction.
In your last lesson, you will learn how to keep your students safe online. Finally, you will take technology to the next level with technology integration strategies, including Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and the flipped classroom.