Course Description


The Internet for the Teacher **ONLINE COURSE** (3 Credits)

ED 536.9X   

This course will be useful and appropriate for all teachers in any subject area. Students will be given the hands-on opportunity to explore the vast resources available to teachers on the Internet. Students will spend a majority of time developing lesson plans and finding activities that can be used in their classroom. Also, students will broaden their knowledge of curriculum and assessments. Students will research information from professional organizations, such as DPI and CESA. Activities, plans, and resources will be shared among classmates via e-mail. Day one is a face-to-face meeting during which time students will be introduced to the program as well as the online interface that will be used for the class. The final day is also a face-to-face meeting. In-person sessions are in the evening hours. The remainder of the course will be conducted using the Internet through an online classroom interface.

Section: 1    Mar 09-Apr 13  Closed
Site: ONLINE (Meets evenings Mar 9 & Apr 13 at Greendale HS)
Instructor: Donald Petre

Section: 1    Apr 27-Jun 01  Closed
Site: ONLINE (Meets in person evenings Apr 27 & Jun 1 at Greendale HS)
Instructor: Donald Petre




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