Explore and master innovative tools to empower student engagement and learning in your classroom.
Get a hands-on and conceptual understanding of the newest digital resources, mobile technologies, and beta tools with this online APC. Collaborate with other innovative teachers to apply exciting new resources to your own teaching and learning practices. New topics are routinely incorporated as trends emerge and promising products become available—allowing you, for example, to explore cloud computing, virtual reality, and 3D printing.
Inspire and motivate your students with a creative and fun learning environment in which they become innovators and problem solvers across subject areas within the evolving digital landscape.
For more information about this program, contact Dr. Maureen Yoder.
Learn about promising technologies including eye tracking, 3D printers, and wearable computers. Explore the possibilities for trends such as the Maker Movement and the Flipped Classroom. Discover the latest web-based resources and collaboration tools for every grade level and subject area. Learn to integrate emerging technologies into existing curricula while promoting transformative thinking and creativity. Build your expertise and gain experience in identifying the efficacy of future technologies for enhancing student learning.
Our robotics laboratory is a fun, engaging course that infuses engineering-based projects into K-12 instruction. We build robots from scratch; learn programming with and without electronics; experiment with simulations; develop media-rich curricula while integrating common core and STEM standards; examine trending issues in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education; and discuss the pedagogies that support these approaches. Encouragement of pupils under-represented in STEM K-12 classes is examined. Participants purchase robotic kits in lieu of textbooks. All levels welcome.
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Maureen Yoder has taught, written, and presented extensively on emerging technologies and inquiry-based learning. A long-time Lesley Educational Technology faculty member, she coined the term "Electronic Constructivism." Read more.