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Create Technology-Rich Lessons for your Class

Creating Technology-Rich Lessons to Increase Student Achievement
April 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2011 | 4 to 7 o’clock each evening
$279 CSD member; $349 non-member
(Two Graduate Credits also Available)

Are you comfortable getting online, but unsure about how exactly to use the Internet in combination with software applications and Web 2.0 technologies (like blogs, wikis and Flickr) in classes?

The focus of this four-part class is to help participants create an entire lesson plan from lesson objectives and assignments to teacher and student support materials, as well as a scoring guide for technology projects. Participants will get tools and a model for technology integration in their classrooms!

Here’s some of that you will do in Creating Technology-Rich Lessons to Increase Student Achievement:

• Learn easy to use Internet search strategies for you and your students
• Find lesson plans and classroom projects on the Web to use or modify
• Store websites in a free location on the web
• Create lists and/or search engines of approved websites for students
• Learn the “grammar” of the web
• Create quizzes online
• Create assignments that require students to use technology
• Find scoring guide templates for technology projects and create your own rubric online