Creativity in the Mobile Classroom

The Intel® Teach Elements: Creativity in the Mobile Classroom course is an interactive e-learning experience that will help you develop an understanding of the role creativity plays in a mobile and personalized classroom. Through many examples, you will consider how to develop creative thinking skills within your students and what instructional environments promote creativity. In addition, you will explore future mobile technology trends and see how mobile apps can foster creativity while delivering engaging, personalized instructional content. You will also learn strategies for assessing student creativity and managing a mobile learning classroom.

This course will be offered for 1 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration information for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION:

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

 

Moving into Mobile Learning

The Intel® Teach Elements: Moving into Mobile Learning is an interactive e-learning experience will help you develop an understanding of mobile learning, including what it is and how it benefits students. Through many examples, you will consider how to create mobile learning experiences for your students and what to address when designing these experiences. In addition, you will see how technology tools can foster collaboration while delivering engaging instructional content. You will also learn strategies for assessing students and managing a mobile learning classroom.

This course will be offered for 1 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration information for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION:

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

Thinking Critically with Data

The Intel® Teach Elements: Thinking Critically with Data course is an interactive e-learning course that examines critical thinking with a focus on data analysis in our information-rich world. In this course, teachers explore practical skills and strategies to draw on when teaching students to think critically about the information around them. Teachers will understand how to design student projects and assessments that address critical thinking skills when collecting and analyzing data. Additionally, they will see how technology can support students’ collection, organization, and presentation of data. The course also offers practical tips for implementing projects that ask students to think critically with data. Direct connections to Idaho Core Standards are provided throughout the course and can be connected within the final project as appropriate.

This course will be offered for 2 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration information for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION:

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

Designing Blended Learning

The Intel® Teach Elements: Designing Blended Learning course is an interactive e-learning experience that will help teachers develop an understanding of blended learning, including what it is and how it benefits students. Through many examples, teachers will consider how to create blended learning experiences for students and what to address when designing these experiences. In addition, they will see how technology tools can foster collaboration while delivering engaging instructional content. Teachers will also learn strategies for assessing students and managing a blended learning classroom. Direct connections to Idaho Core Standards are provided throughout the course and can be connected within the Final Project as appropriate.

This course will be offered for 2 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

 

Educational Leadership for the 21st Century

Intel® Teach Elements: Educational Leadership in the 21st Century is an interactive e-learning experience to support exploration and discussion of school leadership in students’ technological 21st century world. School leaders review best practices, examine leadership behaviors, and develop strategies to better support their teachers. They follow two administrators who work together to better use technology to support teachers and improve student achievement. Participants discuss ideas and strategies with other leaders in the course and apply them to their own practice. Extension activities provide opportunities to explore more in depth topics of interest.

This course will be offered for 1 Professional Development Credit through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION:

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

Collaboration in the Digital Classroom

The Intel® Teach Elements: Collaboration in the Digital Classroom is an interactive e-learning experience that offers an in-depth look at collaboration with a focus on online collaborative tools. In this course, teachers will see how collaboration helps students develop 21st century thinking skills, deepen content understanding, and prepare them for the global world. Teachers will learn how to plan and manage collaboration activities that integrate online collaborative tools which are increasingly part of our globally connected workplaces. Online participants will follow two teachers as they implement collaborative experiences in their classrooms. The course offers opportunities to apply the collaboration concepts with action planning exercises. Direct connections to Idaho Core Standards are provided throughout the course and can be connected within the final project as appropriate.

This course will be offered for 2 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

 

Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms

The Intel® Teach Elements: Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms course is an interactive e-learning experience that offers an in-depth look at assessment that meets the needs of 21st century teaching and learning. In this course, teachers see how assessment strategies can benefit their teaching practices and their students’ learning. They learn how to plan, develop, and manage student-centered assessment. They follow three teachers and see how the three teachers are implementing embedded and ongoing assessment methods in their classrooms. The course offers opportunities to apply the assessment concepts with action planning exercises. Direct connections to Idaho Core Standards are provided throughout the course and can be connected within the final project as appropriate.

This course will be offered for 2 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

Registration:

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.

Project-Based Approaches

In the Intel® Teach Elements: Project-Based Approaches course, teachers explore characteristics and benefits of Project-Based Approaches (PBA) using specific classroom scenarios. Throughout the course, teachers consider their own teaching practice as they follow a teacher new to project-based learning who discusses strategies with a mentor teacher. Participants also consider the ways that technology supports project-based approaches. Planning and project design modules guide teachers through organizing the curriculum, the classroom, technology, and students for successful 21st century projects. The assessment module demonstrates strategies for assessing students’ 21st century skills throughout an open-ended project. The course offers opportunities to apply the PBA concepts with action planning exercises. Direct connections to Idaho Core Standards are provided throughout the course and can be connected within the final project as appropriate.

This course will be offered for 2 Professional Development Credits through Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Registration information for PD credit will be available in the LMS once you have started the course.

REGISTRATION:

Fall course will run from September 12 to October 21.
Registration will close at 5 pm MST on September 19, 2016.