Teaching With Technology

Courses offered through REAL are not eligible for federal financial assistance. Additional information regarding tuition and financial assistance may be found at Tuition for REAL Courses.

IMPORTANT information regarding tuition billing and payment process

To register, select any of the active blue date links below. You must register for each course separately.

Registration Deadlines for Summer 2016:

Monday, May 30 for June 6 course starts
Monday, June 6 for June 13 course starts

A selection of Technology courses are offered as specials each semester at a reduced tuition rate. Current specials can be found at stfrancis.edu/real/specials.

EEND 675: Foundations of Educational Technology (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 676: Collaborative Web Tools in Education (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 677: Multimedia Tools in Education (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 678: Effective Technology Integration Into Lessons and Curriculum (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 679: Assessing and Improving Student Achievement with Technology (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 680: 21st Century Educational Leadership (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 681: Managing Educational Technology Services (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 713: Engaging eLearning (3 credit hours)
June 6 – August 1 | online

EEND 682: BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology/Device): Lesson Strategies and Management Issues (1 credit hour)
June 27 – August 1 | online

EEND 683: Using Technology to Flip Learning (1 credit hour)
June 27 – August 1 | online

EEND 686: Techsplorations: Technology Awareness for Today’s Students (1 credit hour)
June 27 – August 1 | online

Courses offered in the USF Teaching with Technology concentration were developed using ISBE’s standards for an ISBE Technology Endorsement and are on file at the Illinois State Board of Education.

Endorsement will be confirmed through transcript evaluation by ISBE. Candidates may not need to take all 24 credit hours if course work previously completed is approved by ISBE. The Technology Specialist Test is also required for the Technology Specialist Endorsement; candidates are encoursged to refer to www.isbe.net for current information and requirements.