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Online K-12 Certificate
Instructional Computing Applications
If you aspire to improve your skills in integrating technology into instruction, the second summer term begins July 9th, and you can enroll up through that day. The regular term lasts 5 weeks and “teacher” term lasts 3 weeks.
IDT is offering these three courses, all of which are part of the K-12 Technology Integration Certificate at the University of Memphis.
IDT 7061 Technology Integration in the Classroom with Dr. Grant. Computers and technology in the instructional process, including problem solving using computer tools; technological applications for the classroom; uses for technology in different content areas.
IDT 7062 Introduction to Computer-Based Instruction with Dr. Martindale. IDT 7062 provides students with opportunities to apply instructional design principles to the creation of technology-enhanced instructional environments. Emphasis is on the use of multimedia software to create instructional environments.
IDT 7064 School Change and the Internet with Dr. Mims. Issues, processes, and strategies relative to changes occurring with design, implementation, and evaluation of Internet technologies in instructional environments.
For more information, visit http://memphis.edu/idt/k12_certificate.php.
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