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Ontario English Catholic Teachers

Integration of Technology in the Classroom

Part 1

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in the Classroom Part 1, including its modular format, will provide teachers with skills in exploring information and communication technology and making curriculum connections.

This Additional Qualification course is an introductory course primarily intended for elementary and secondary teachers who are interested in learning how to extend and enrich students’ learning through information and communication technology. It focuses on the theory and practice underpinning the delivery of curriculum through the integration of information and communication technology within the classroom setting.

The course, including its modular format, is open to all elementary and secondary school teachers who have a basic qualification in general studies or technological studies.

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Part 2

Integration of Information and Computer Technology Part 2 provides participants with an in-depth exploration of information and communication technology issues as they relate to education, and strengthens practical information and communication technology skills and knowledge, within the classroom and whole school context.

The course is based on an in-depth knowledge of information and communication technology to support the curriculum and to promote the use of computers as an educational tool to extend and enrich students’ learning in important and unique ways. Participants will have opportunities to reflect, communicate, and apply their learning through practical experiences.

This course is open to all elementary and secondary teachers who have a basic qualification in general studies or technological studies and who have completed Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Part 1 or the equivalent and one year of successful teaching experience.

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Part 3

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Specialist develops teachers’ skills in providing leadership in the understanding and application of conceptual frameworks for the integration of information and computer technology in instruction. Participants will model the implementation of current Ontario curriculum and government policies relevant to the integration of information and computer technology in instruction. In addition, participants will develop the knowledge and skills to provide leadership in program planning, development, implementation strategies and frameworks for the integration of information and computer technology in instruction.

Practical experiences will provide participants with opportunities to reflect, communicate, and apply their learning.

This course is open to all elementary and secondary teachers who have a basic qualification in general studies or technological studies and who have completed Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Part 1 and 2. In addition, candidates must possess, at least two years of experience in the field of Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction.

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