Course

PK12-ICT1

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Part 1

This course provides an introduction to the use of information and communication technologies in education.

Emphasis is on exploring different resources and equipment that can be directly implemented into the curriculum and the classroom. Topics covered include: assistive technology, computer programming, the inquiry process, methods of assessment and using technology to create an inclusive environment. These topics along with synchronous and asynchronous strategies, Blended Learning, and building Professional Learning Communities, are all considered through both the modules and assignments.

Notes

Teachers holding qualifications in technological education are eligible to take this Three-Session Qualification course.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites for Part 1:

  1. Certificate of Qualification:
    Must be a registered member of the Ontario College of Teachers.

Please Note:

Any exceptions and additional requirements are noted below.

  • Part I courses do not lead to a divisional entry on the Ontario College of Teachers' Certificate of Qualification. See Primary, Junior/Intermediate, and Senior Basic Qualifications.

Recommendations

Successful completion is a final grade of C-
Upon successful completion of the course, a recommendation will be sent to the Ontario College of Teachers.

Status

Available

Delivery

Online

Price

$749

$559

Hours

125.0

Full Course Details

Section Title:

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Part 1

Enrolment Session:

2024 Summer

Type:

Online

Total Hours:

125.0

Dates:

04 Jul 2024 to 25 Jul 2024

Delivery Option:

Online

Course Fee(s):

$749

$559

Section Note(s):

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: June 25, 2024, 11:59pm EST. If the "Add to Cart" button is still available, late registration is possible for this course.

This session will run intensively for 3 weeks. Your learning will take the form of in-depth online discussions as well as group and individual assignments.

Learners will be expected to engage in approximately 42 hours of learning per week for a total of 125 hours. Please ensure you consider your other personal/professional obligations when planning for Summer learning.

  • 100 hours online learning (asynchronous, but facilitator-led and paced into modules)
  • 25 hours assignments and independent study

Note:

  • Once registered, please visit the Learner Portal to submit your course application and any related documents by the registration deadline (we recommend doing so from a computer for the best user experience)
  • Requests for withdrawal received by the registration deadline will receive a refund. Requests made after this date will require further review. You can find our withdrawal, refund and transfer policy under Resources » OISE CPL Registration Policies

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