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EDE489 Digital Conversion in K-12 Schools

Prepares students to successfully engage in digital conversion—a radical transformation a growing number of K-12 school districts are engaging in—that involves leveraging the combination of 1:1 computing devices, a school-wide learning management system, and a variety of digital tools and resources, to develop more effective teaching and learning practices. Students will “experience as learners” the potential of digitally-rich teaching and learning, and explore its implications for designing and implementing more effective learning experiences for their students through a combination of multi-media readings, in-class and online discussions, and hands-on projects. Based on these personal experiences as well as learning from examples of digital conversation, students will also gain a deeper appreciation of what it takes to successfully carry out this major transformation.


Credits: 3
Offered: Occasionally
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
Instructors: D. Miller
EDE 489 Digital Conversion in K-12 Schools course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.