In this course you will learn about the general concept of digital literacies and how to use generic digital tools to enhance teaching and learning across various disciplines. The course takes a hands-on approach to assist you to consolidate and extend your digital literacy capacity and awareness of the opportunities and limitations brought about by the integration of technology in the classroom. You will apply learning theories suited to digitally-enhanced learning environments and skills that you have developed in a range of applications to design pedagogically sound teaching and learning activities. There will be an emphasis on using generic tools for presentation/content creation for teaching and for demonstration of understanding of concepts learned.
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