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This course focuses on how the Macintosh computer can be used in a classroom and is primarily a lab course. Educators will become familiar with integrating digital technology tools and their use to enhance learning, engage students, and integrate 21st century skills in the classroom. Software components will include the iLife suite (iPhoto, Safari, iTunes etc.) online tools, and Internet resources. Topics to be covered will be Breitling Watches web page publishing, blogs, podcasts, and project based learning activities and their uses for a variety of learning styles. Registrants may bring their iBook or use computers provided in the USM lab.
• Develop competency in the use of technology
Students must attend class, participate in discussions, reflect on reading assignments, and demonstrate knowledge of technology tools. Assignments and a final project demonstrating an understanding of how technology can be used in a classroom lesson will be required.
Assignments/Basis for Final Grade:
• Class participation and attendance: 15%
• Students are responsible for their log in and password for the course.
• It is the responsibility of each student to back up his or her work. Students may use a USB pen drive or bring CDR-Ws’
• Students should have an e-mail account that can send and receive files.
• Students should bring headphones or earbuds.
• Students may bring a digital camera.
If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, please contact the instructor as soon as possible. Also make an appointment with the office of academic support for students with disabilities. At any point in the semester, if you encounter difficulty with the course or feel you could be performing at a higher level, please consult with one of the instructors. Students experience difficulty for a variety of reasons. For problems with writing skills and time management, make an appointment to see a student tutor at:
Help is also available through the Counseling Center, 105 Payson Smith replica watches (780-4050), and the Office of Academic Support for Students with Disabilities, 237 Luther Bonney 780-4706).
Inservice graduate credit courses (a) are developed collaboratively by the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD), Professional Development Center (PDC), and school systems, singly by school systems, or singly by CEHD/PDC; (b) address staff development needs of school systems, teachers and administrators; (c) comply with USM CEHD graduate course standards for intellectual inquiry and credentials of instructors; (d) comply with USM CEHD graduate course requirements for number of instructional contact hours, grading policies, and evaluation procedures; and (e) carry academic credit at the graduate level.
Inservice graduate credit courses are not automatically transferable as electives to graduate degree programs of the CEHD of the University of Southern Maine. Approval for course acceptance is a two-step process: (1) review the syllabus and recommendation by the student faculty advisor; (2) approval of the course by the appropriate USM CEHD program.
Please note if a student wishes to include a PDC course in his/ her program of study, prior approval is necessary for students currently matriculated in USM CEHD graduate programs.