Integrating Video in the Classroom
Students look at the use of video in the classroom to enhance lessons. Students apply the strategies that are presented in their own classrooms.
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Integrating Technology in the Classroom
Students should be able to define the curriculum and explain curriculum standards and benchmarks and explain technology integration or curriculum integration. They describe the use of computers in computer labs versus classroom instruction.
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