Integrating Technology in Special Education 1

Integrating Technology in Special Education 1
Integrating instructional technology with special education instructional strategies.
IP&T
387
 Hours1.0 Credit, 1.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesConcurrent with CPSE 410.
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining IP&T 387
Course Outcomes

Technological Literacy

Students will increase their familiarity with and ability to use a wide range of educational technologies.

Positive Disposition Towards Educational Technology

Students will develop positive disposition towards using educational technologies that can help improve student learning.

Effective Content-Specific Technology Integration

Students will strengthen their knowledge of ways to use technology in teaching core content areas (fine arts, language arts, math, science, & social studies) that lead to improved effectiveness, engagement, and/or efficiency.

Technology Integration in Real-World Settings

Students will practice their technology integration skills in real-world special education settings and learn to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of their performance.

Ethical and Safe Use of Technology

Students will understand basic issues related to internet safety for children and create lessons that help children have positive, safe experiences with online technologies. Students will follow fairuse guidelines as they incorporate digital media into their teaching.