If you teach a class that employs technology at any educational level from junior school through college; if you teach online or teach others how to teach online; if you want to learn how to create innovative text, visual, or web-based resources for your own classroom, then this symposium is for you! Esteemed author Dr. Lawrence Tomei will present Technology-Based Instruction: What are You Missing?, a discussion on his texts emphasizing instructional technology, Engine for Designing Technology-Based Teaching and Taxonomy for the Technology Domain.
This free webinar, to be held on Thursday, July 19th at 2:00 pm (EDT), will discuss various challenges in technology that teachers face today, exploring a new classification system that includes literacy, collaboration, decision-making, infusion, integration, and tech-ology, along with the domains of teaching and psychologies of learning. The symposium will focus on the learner, learning, resources, delivery, and student learning outcomes. Together, we will consider research-supported lesson plan templates for the traditional, adult, and distance learner; instructional design models; and taxonomies for higher-order learning. Dr. Lawrence Tomei, in collaboration with IGI Global, will also give away the two aforementioned texts to two randomly chosen registrants.
To sign up for the webinar, please click here. Should you be unable to attend the live symposium on July 19th, you can view our symposium recordings here.