Explore and master innovative tools to empower student engagement and learning in your classroom.
Get both hands-on and conceptual understanding of the newest digital resources, mobile technologies, and beta tools to apply to student learning in your classroom. New topics are routinely incorporated as trends emerge and promising products become available—allowing you, for example, to explore robotics, cloud computing, virtual reality, and 3D printing. Inspire and motivate your students with a creative 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.
ECOMP 7010 Emerging Tech: Bringing the Future to Your ClassroomECOMP 6014 Apps in Your Classroom: The Mobile Tech RevolutionECOMP 6020 Digital Technology: How It WorksECOMP 6018 Learning, Design, and RoboticsECOMP 6019 Social Media and Education
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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.