|The assignments for this course have been designed to not only make you more
proficient at the many programs utilized, but to also provoke your thinking
into how to better integrate technology into the classroom and your daily
The assignments have been created in order to meet the National Education Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS). These standards are listed in your syllabus and can also be found by visiting the International Society for Technology in Education at http://www.iste.org/.
If any of the assignments fails to meet your expectations, please speak with me. I will be happy to discuss modifying the assignments to better suit your needs.
Please read all assignment descriptions and rubrics carefully to ensure that all criteria are fulfilled and that all assignments are submitted appropriately and by the date indicated. Full credit cannot be earned and will not be assessed for late assignments and assignments that do not meet rubric requirements, as well as for assignments that are not submitted appropriately.
Look for this icon. It notes where the assignment description begins. Assignment descriptions and rubrics can be found below, as well as on Oncourse. Due dates can be found on Oncourse.
For some assignments, I have provided examples. The examples are simply that - examples. They are not templates to be simply copied and tweaked. They are not exemplars. They are intended to provide you with a general idea of the expectation for each assignment, however.
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All assignments must be submitted as indicated via Oncourse.
Failure to submit assignment by due date will result in an automatic loss of one letter grade for that assignment.