Interactive Whiteboards, iPads & Web 2.0 Tools, T&L 900Instructor: Paula Rogers
Technology, Language Arts & Instructional Strategies
This online one credit course will provide hands-on experience using valuable web-based resources that teachers will be able to immediately implement into their curriculum. Participants will need access to an interactive whiteboard, iPad, and headset to have a quality learning experience. In addition, participants will need a web cam or built in camera to Skype with the instructor. Participants will discuss and explore current practices and experiment with new technologies such as interactive whiteboards, iPads and web 2.0 tools. Several web 2.0 tools, such as Skype, Voice Threads and Jing, will be used as course communication tools. Discover the most recent technologies and learn how 21st Century tools can transform teaching and learning and expand the capability to differentiate instruction. All facets of the course will focus on best practice instruction and research based approaches to teaching.
Reading in the content area is key to the resources in each module. All levels of technology experience are encourage to take this K-12 course. The instructor will differentiate the instruction to meet the participant's level of computer and online expertise. This course has been pre-approved by the ND Department of Public Instruction for the renewal of Title Reading I Credentials.
Register for UND Credit
To register, click on the "Register Now" button of the course with the grading of your choice. The course will be added to "Your Shopping Cart." You can then add more courses or follow the check out process.
This course has grading options. Please select the course with the grading of your choice.
Online Course - 1 credit S/U grading
Professional Development Credit: 1 - S/U grading
UND Fee: $145
Online Course - 1 credit Letter grading
Professional Development Credit: 1 - Letter grading
UND Fee: $145
About Your Instructor
Paula Rogers has been a frequent presenter and mentor in the field of Title I and reading. She has been teaching for over 35 years in North Dakota and doing staff development for 20 years. As a Title I Reading and Math Specialist, Mrs. Rogers is currently teaching Title I K-8 in Langdon, North Dakota. She has a master's degree in Technology Education from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In October 2014, Paula wrote an article for EdNET Insight about designing personalized curriculum in schools. Check out the article!