- 9 week, fully online course
- 3 graduate credit
- $1485 (no other fees, same tuition for in-state, out-of-state and international students)
- Required course for certificate seekers
- Contact: LGTCcertificate@colorado.edu
About the course:
This course will challenge you to examine the shifting roles of the language educator in the technology-enhanced classroom. Through discussions, readings, lesson planning, and a research project, you will learn to leverage technology to engage and motivate students to learn the target language. We'll discuss the SAMR model; we'll practice building lesson plans around tools such as Flipgrid; we'll discuss equity, differentiation and ADA compliance as well as copyrights laws. Through discussions and hands-on activities, you will explore ways to use technology as a tool to design effective, engaging yet rigorous learning experiences for your language students. If you are pursuing the certificate, this course is required and only offered once a year, in the summer.
This 9-week fully online course is mostly asynchronous but not self-paced. There are weekly deadlines. All course materials (readings, podcasts, etc) are provided within the course shell.
LGTC 5020 is worth 3 graduate credits. It is a certificate requirement and is offered in the summer only. Completion of this course counts towards the 12-credit graduate certificate in Language Teaching with Technology. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to download a transcript showing that you have completed the course.
Tuition and Funding:
You will need a reliable Internet connection and a recent computer (desktop or laptop, not a tablet) with a functional sound card and webcam.