Learning Theories, Motivation and Technology

Credits: 
3

Candidates examine various theories of learning and motivation and apply their understandings in the design of learning opportunities for students. Candidates explore the use of concepts underpinning the use of learning technologies and the use of computers in a constructivist classroom. They study productivity and online tools and acquire skills for using technology in instruction. Students develop competence in the methodologies and strategies for integrating technology into classroom activities. Additionally, candidates examine research related to human, legal and equity issues concerning the use of computers and related technologies in educational settings.

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Pre-Requisites: 

LIS 701, LIS 703, LIS 704, LIS 773 (SLMP students), LIS 724 and School Library Media Program director permission

Course Number: 
LIS 726/EDU 528