Teaching, Learning and Leading in the Digital Age
Instructor: Meg Ormiston
Spring, Summer & Fall (Ongoing)
Instruction Mode: Internet-Asynchronous (Online Class)
Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development
Partner Course Fee: $145
Partner Class Offered Through Knowledge Delivery Systems
Raised on technology, students today thrive on media, both in and outside the classroom. In this course, teachers and administrators learn to engage and educate the millennial learner using still images, video and audio clips, assorted technological soft- and hardware, and Web 2.0 collaborative tools. Aided by energetic panel discussions, interviews, and screen capture sessions, educators will investigate new projects and resources to replace staid textbook-driven instruction and to motivate and edify their "powered up" 21st century students.
After completing this session, educators will know:
- Uses in curriculum for still images, video, audio, video streaming, and movie-making.
- Resources for photos, documents, and technological tools.
- How to use Tag Clouds to enhance content analysis How to save into and organize files and folders.
- Email organization systems to manage and streamline communication.
- The definition of uses Web 2.0 tools.
- Advanced searching strategies.
- How and why the role of the teacher must change.
- The implications of brain-based research regarding multimedia.
- The tools and resources that make possible a movement away from paper-based classrooms.
- The culture of Wikinomics.
- How to use multimedia to engage students actively in a lesson
Transcripts, handouts, and PowerPoint presentations
You must complete the online lectures, pre- and post-assessments, objectives and write a final paper (approximately 3 pages in length). Once you complete the final paper please email it to NDSU.DCE.email@example.com .
Register for this class through KDSi. NOTE: Upon registration, you have 2 months for course completion.