Technology Integration Institute: Using Mobile Technology with Students
The Technology Integration Institute offers attendees with the pedagogical foundation and the hands-on experience to effectively integrate mobile technology (tablets, smartphones, etc) in classroom settings. While focusing on specific tools and applications, the institute is designed to show how mobile technology can be incorporated throughout the curriculum to foster 21st Century Skills.
Although the institute has been developed for educators and school personnel at a variety of grade levels, the week will focus on integrating technology in the K-8 classroom and offer authentic examples from a group of practicing elementary and middle level teachers who will serve as facilitators and presenters.
Course: EDFN 587.01
Location: Stayer Hall
Meeting Dates: June 23 - 27, 2014
Meetings Times: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Dr. Oliver Dreon is an assistant professor at Millersville University where he teaches Instructional Technology and supervises preservice science teachers. Dr. Dreon also coordinates the Digital Learning Studio, a technology integration and outreach center that serves the Millersville community. Prior to coming to Millersville in 2007, Dr. Dreon taught math, science and gifted classes. He speaks locally and nationally on the integration of technology in classroom settings, the incorporation of 21st Century Skills across the PK-12 curriculum and the ability of Web 2.0 applications to foster collaborative learning communities. He is the co-author of the book Authentic instruction with technology: A Student-centered approach and has published in various journals including the Middle Level Journal and TechTrends.