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Tales from an Instructional Technologist in the world of legal education and beyond…

Introduction to Educational Technologies

Just thought I would plug the course I am this fall. If you live in the Boston area and are scratching your head thinking about a class you could take this fall, look no further! The class, Introduction to Educational Technologies, is taught by Stacie Cassat Green and is offered through Harvard’s Division of Continuing Education in the ALM in Ed. Tech. Program. The first class is Sept. 29th and runs from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. every other Saturday in Harvard Square at 53A Church Street, Room 202. The course website should be up in a week or so. In the meantime, here is the course description:

“How can computers best support classroom instruction? This course demystifies computers and networks by giving participants hands-on experience with several software packages and the Internet. Participants create pamphlets, spreadsheets, and web-based portfolios, and participate in an online community, all with the goal of enhancing classroom teaching and learning. Participants look at the best practices of technology use and then develop technology-rich lesson plans in their own fields. While this course is geared toward K-12 education, students interested in adult education and training may adapt the assignments to meet their needs. (4 credits)”

If you would like to Register, please visit the Harvard DCE website.


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