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Integrating Technology Into the Classroom

Program: Integrating Technology Into the Classroom

Degree Level: Certificate

Delivered by: World Wide Web

Percent of program offered at a distance: 100%

Contact:
Dr. Drew Tiene
dtiene@kent.edu
330.672.0607

School:
Lifespan Development and Educational Services
405 White Hall
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001

More information about Integrating Technology Into the Classroom

Program Description:

The certificate program in integrating technology into education is aimed primarily at the K-12 teacher who wants to make better use of technology and related resources in his or her classes. Specific goals for the program include:

  • Students will describe and apply a variety of models for technology integration in K-12 classrooms
  • Students will demonstrate skills in developing effective educational materials using at least two different technologies, such as computer software applications (beyond basic Microsoft Office applications), digital video, Internet applications, or multimedia
  • Students will develop a complex integration plan for their own teaching

Admission/Prerequisite Requirements:

  • A completed application form
  • A well-written and coherent statement of the student's goals in the program
  • An undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0

Courses required:

Total of 15 hours.

NOTE: Courses with ehhslogo are currently online.  

ITEC 57427 Technology and Learning 3 hrs.  ehhslogo
ITEC 57413 Digital Video in Education 3 hrs.  ehhslogo
ITEC 57430 Computer Applications in Education 3 hrs.  ehhslogo
ITEC 67438 Instructional Applications of the Internet 3 hrs.  ehhslogo
ITEC 67434 Emerging Technologies 3 hrs.  ehhslogo