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GradCourses

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Wiki pages for graduate courses taught through Plymouth State University

 

CE5150 - Making Multimedia Meaningful

This course is designed to provide K-12 educators with in-depth, hands-on experiences with multimedia technology and the power it brings to student learning. Educators will discover how multimedia tools enhance project-based learning and authentic assessment while: (1) producing a multimedia presentation based on an integrated curriculum theme; (2) using computers, information technology and telecommunications for powerful teaching and assessment of student work; and (3) creating a project through teamwork with new technologies. As educators explore the significance of student-centered learning and teacher as coach, they will see how these new paradigms for teaching connect to their classrooms and schools.

 

CE5560 - Elements of the Web

Graduate level course with a focus on integrating web technologies into the curriculum.

 

For future development

CE5160 - Teaching & Learning in a Networked Classroom

The evolution of the World Wide Web from what is being called Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 has brought about a new way of teaching and learning in this digital age. The use of Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, podcasting, videocasting, and a host of other free tools are allowing educators to connect to knowledge and each other like never before. Learners will gain hands-on experiences with Web 2.0 tools and explore the learning theory that supports their use a networked classroom environment.

 

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