Exploring Directions in Ubiquitous Computing and Teacher Education (EDUCATE)

Two students in class with computerIf you are entering one of several majors in the College of Education, you will use a notebook computer in class. One of the principle reasons you will use technology as a part of your classes is to engage you in opportunities to learn to facilitate meaningful teaching and learning, using powerful modern digital tools.

If you are in the following programs, typically during your fifth semester, you will participate in the EDUCATE program:

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    The Krause Innovation Studio and EDUCATE would like to announce that they are continuing their “Innovation Talks: Teaching First, Technology Second” series this spring 2015. The events are hour-long, informal discussions in the Learn Lab (201 Chambers) that showcase how faculty and students are using digital tools to solve problems of practice in their teaching and research. 

    Stay tuned for further details on dates and times.

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