A recent ‘iPad for Parents’ session, offered by the Instructional Design Center at Wisconsin Lutheran College, was designed for anyone interested in learning more about mobile technology and understanding a few of the tools that schools are implementing on a large scale with students.
The rise of online learning isn’t slowing down, which is why it’s important for educators to be properly equipped to bring their classroom into the 21st century and make a positive difference in student achievement.
Our iPad in Education course alumni share with us their favorite classroom iPad apps.
Last week, Apple announced a new vision for the future of education. The announcement featured several new educational tools designed to revolutionize classroom learning. In Wisconsin Lutheran College’s “iPad in Education” course, educators have the opportunity to develop 21st century skills, while discovering Apple’s new educational tools, including iBooks 2, iBooks Author, and iTunes U.
Join ninety fellow educators in July 2012 for the Google Education Summit at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Attendees will develop essential Google skills and create projects designed to enhance instructional practice while earning three graduate credits and receiving a FREE Google Chromebook!
Harnessing the power of social networks can lead to impactful learning and increased student achievement.
At WLC we offer the MA-Ed Science Instruction Specialty as a response to the current research and what we have heard from the PK-12 teachers who want to be “brought up to speed” on what is new in science and technology as impacting inquiry-based approaches.
The universal quality of today’s classrooms is diversity. Students vary in learning style, language, gender, socioeconomic status, ability status, ethnicity, and culture. This diversity must be understood, appreciated, and carefully considered all throughout the learning process.
Prof. Joe Du Fore, Director of Digital Education at Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC), discusses the pervasive nature of technology in our everyday lives and highlights instructional technology initiatives at WLC.