Ways of Knowing: Multiple Intelligences and Technology is a rigorous ten week postgraduate professional course which brings together current research on the brain, instructional design, learning theory and technology to present a sound theoretical and practical framework for integrating technology into the curriculum.
The course is built to foster a community of online learners in which each student contributes his or her professional expertise and experience to help build new understandings. Emphasis is on participation in online class discussion and on the final course project.
The course text is Walter's first book, Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology: A Manual for Every Mind (ISTE, 2002). Each week students will complete course readings, participate in online discussion based on those readings, and complete assignments which build towards a course project for the course: a ready-to-implement lesson, unit of project which integrates multiple intelligences theory and instructional technology into instruction.
The course is designed so that participants can earn 40 seat hours of professional development credit, or opt to earn three graduate credits through the California State University, Fullerton.
Course registration is $100.00. Upon successful completion of the course each participant will receive a certificate for 40 seat hours of classwork.
For an additional $270.00 ($90.00 per credit hour) course participants may also earn 3 graduate credits from the California State University at Fullerton.