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Education Technology and Digital Literacy Topic of Summer Course for Teachers at URock

EDU 380: Digital Literacy and Technology in School, will be the subject of a one-week 3 credit college course July 9 – 13, 8:30am – 4:00pm, at University College at Rockland.

Instructional Designer, Anne Fensie
Instructional designer, Anne Fensie, will teach a 3-credit college course in July at URock about Digital Literacy and Technology in Schools.

Designed for teachers at any grade level, students in this course will learn about important topics in educational technology, such as digital literacy, safety and privacy, collaboration, and preparing students to be good digital citizens. Students will explore a variety of technology tools and apps and leave this course with a collection of resources and several integrated lesson plans.

This course is appropriate for both the pre-service teacher and practicing educator, with any level of technical expertise. Teachers will be encouraged to use technology to engage students in active learning experiences.

The course will be taught by Anne Fensie, an instructional designer with the University of Maine System. Fensie’s love of teaching with technology tools makes her a great fit for this material.

Registration for this course is open and ongoing. Interested students may register now. School vouchers are accepted for payment.

For further information or to register, contact University College at Rockland at 596-6906.