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EDE484A Digitally-Rich Teaching and Learning in K-12 Schools

Empowers participants to appreciate the transformative potential of digitally-rich teaching and learning and to use that potential to design effective “digitally-rich” learning experiences for K-12 students. Digitally-rich teaching and learning (DTL) is defined as creating student-centered learning activities that take full advantage of the learning opportunities offered by a combination of technologies leveraging digital learning, including most notably the use of personal computing devices, learning management systems, specialized software and apps, and a variety of digital resources. Explores the implications for K-12 schools of a coordinated and sustained use of DTL in the context of district-wide efforts toward “digital conversion.” This course is offered as a hybrid online course to enable students to personally experience several different types of synchronous and online learning activities outside of class, and how they can be integrated with in-class and other face-to-face activities.

Credits: 3
Offered: Fall
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
Instructors: R. Borasi, D. Miller
EDE 484A Digitally-Rich Teaching and Learning in K-12 Schools course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.