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ED PS 6446: Integration of Instructional Design & Educational Technology in the Classroom

Description:
"This University of Utah graduate course is intended to build on the students' existing expertise and developed skills by instructing ways in which technology can be integrated into the classroom. Thus, the primary focus of the course is to provide practicing teachers who have access to technology the knowledge and skills necessary to utilize those resources to design and implement learning environments and experiences utilizing technology to create meaningful learning experiences for students. The course supports the National Educational Technology Standards for teacher education programs developed by the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE)."

Objectives:

Credit:
3 University of Utah graduate credits
This course is required for the Educational Technology Endorsement Program (ETEP).

Standards:
This course aligns with NETS•T-I, II, III, IV, & V.

Note: ED PS 6151 - "Educational Applications of Technology; Grades 6 - 12" can be used as a substitute for ED PS 6446 to fulfill the requirements of the Educational Technology Endorsement Program (ETEP) and the Educational Technology endorsement.

REGISTRATION
ED PS 6446 is offered yearly during Spring semester. ED PS 6151 is offered throughout the year. You must be admitted to the University of Utah as a non-matriculated student prior to registering for these courses. Please contact Justin Brooksby for assistance with applying for admission and course registration.
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