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Syllabus-Integrating Technology Into Your Classroom

Syllabus-Integrating Technology Into Your Classroom

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Published by Linda Luna Taylor
This is the syllabus for the class, Integrating Technology into Your Classroom
This is the syllabus for the class, Integrating Technology into Your Classroom

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Published by: Linda Luna Taylor on Mar 15, 2013
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ClassOverviewInstructorLinda TaylorClass DescriptionandExpectations
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Contact Information
Instructor:
Linda Taylor
Email:
taylorli@my.uwstout.edu
Cell Phone:
(XXX) XXX - XXXX
Technical Help Information:
If you have any technical help questions please call one of thenumbers listed below and indicate that you are a UW-Stoutstudent needing help with Learn@UW-Stout .Help is available 7 days a week.
• 1
-888-435-7589 select option 3or
• 1
-608-264-4357 select option 3
Email
Note: It can sometimes take up to 24 hours to receive aresponse via email, so if you have an urgent issue, please call the Help Desk instead.
 
 
Course Description:
This class as an opportunity foreducators to explore how Web 2.0 tools/Apps andonline educational social networks can help themintegrate technology into their classrooms. Teacherswill explore, use, play and choose Web 2.0 tools/Appsand create activities with the Web 2.0 Tools/Apps thatthey choose for integration into their classrooms to
enhance their student’s learning.
 
Reading Material:
All reading material will be provided in anonline format which will be accessed within the Readings sectionof D2L.
Weekly Expectations:
Each modulebegins Monday at 1 am
 –
discussion sessions will also open
Each moduleendson thefollowing Sundayatmidnight
No posts or activities will be posted after the module closes
If an assignment requires a post
you must post
by
Wednesday at Midnight
this gives your peers an opportunity to respond to peer posts
*All times listed are Central Time
Class Description and Expectations

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