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This program of courses allows you to: integrate technology into teaching, learning, and curricula; use technology as a thinking tool that can transform the way you teach your students; develop the technological skills you need to solve everyday problems; incorporate Internet resources into your classroom; learn how and when to obtain copyright clearances when using materials on your Web sites; use video and hypermedia effectively in your classroom. Core Courses (required 9 credits EDTEC 400; EDTEC 448; INSYS 415B-must be taken through World Campus) Pick 2 additional courses (6 credits) from the remaining courses
To earn an undergraduate certificate in TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION FOR K-12 EDUCATORS FOR TOMORROW (TICKET), a minimum of 15 credits is required.
INSYS 415B Systematic Instructional Development -available online only
Effective Date: Spring Semester 1994
Expiration Date: Spring Semester 2011
Last Revised by the Department: 03/16/2012