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Digital Learning in the Classroom

Course #: 02-1135

Price: $8.00

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Please Note: This course has varying hours depending on the type of credit you need. See Below.

  • IACET: 0.1 CEUs
  • All Other Organizations: 2.00 Hours
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Course Description

CE Course Description

One current trend that is taking American K-12 school districts by storm is that of 1-1 computing. As an educational paradigm in which every student has a digital device, 1-1 computing could completely change the nature of a previously very paperwork-based educational system. However, it has the power to do far more than just introduce sustainability into your classroom. With the resources available over the Internet, 1-1 computing offers a less stressful way for teachers to personalize lessons to each student, be more available for each student, and create more dynamic, engaging in-class activities to appeal to students across different learning modalities. While critics have much to say about the negatives of excess screen time, early studies are showing that students and teachers in 1-1 computing programs are happier--and test scores are on the rise. In this course, we will review the benefits, implementation, and resources for 1-1 computing to support any such initiatives you’re interested in starting with your school district. 

CE Course Objectives

  1. Examine the benefits and critiques of adopting a 1-1 computing paradigm for your students. 
  2. Explore the pros and cons of the most popular devices chosen for 1-1 computing. 
  3. Review the resources available to teachers and students in 1-1 computing classrooms. 
  4. Discuss the proper way to implement a 1-1 computing system. 
  5. Posit the ways that 1-1 computing can benefit the teachers, parents, and administrators of your school as well as the student.

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