Dr. Pastore's Summer School Graduate Courses in Technology

Summer 2005

Important:  These are all "hands-on" courses that are practical for classroom applications!  All courses are graduate courses that can count towards Master's, Doctorate, and ACT 48 Credits.  These are NOT "Continuing Education" courses.  Please see you advisor for permission to apply these courses towards a degree program.

For general questions about course content, email me at rpastore@bloomu.edu

If you are not a Bloomsburg graduate student and interested in enrolling in these courses, contact Carol Arnold at the graduate office at 570-389-4015 or carnold@bloomu.edu .  For more information, you may also visit this link: Enrollment Procedures

For information about fees, visit the BU Academic Affairs Web Page  and click on the "Tuition and Fees" button on the left or call 570-389-4000 and ask for the Business Office.

For general information about Bloomsburg summer school, visit: Bloomsburg University Summer College information.

About parking on campus:  If you are enrolling in any of the one-credit courses that meets for 2 days, you will have to secure a student parking pass (in person with an owner's card and driver's license) from the Campus Police before the class or the morning before class starts.  If you have any questions, call  570-389-4000 and ask for the Campus Police.  

Summer Sessions 2005



Educational Computing and Technology


Principles of Teaching


Creating Digital Video for the Classroom with Microsoft MovieMaker
Microsoft MovieMaker is a "free" download that enables users to create and edit digital video movies.  Participants will learn the entire process of shooting, creating, and editing digital video movies for classroom applications.  Note: 


Using Microsoft Producer to Create Multimedia Presentations for the Classroom
Microsoft Producer is a "free" download that enables PowerPoint users to automatically run a PowerPoint presentation and incorporate multimedia.  Participants will create a video, create a PowerPoint presentation, download sound files, and incorporate them into a multimedia presentation using Producer. 


WebQuests and Web Page Construction for the Classroom 
WebQuests are meaningful web-based activities designed to challenge the learner's problem-solving and higher order thinking skills.  WebQuests have become popular with teachers because they help them integrate the Internet into the curriculum through a 6-step model that has been field tested and proved successful through a wide range of grade levels and subjects.  An effective WebQuest should be on a web site with the appropriate "live links" that are an integral part of WebQuests.  Consequently, participants will create a WebQuest for the classroom while learning web page construction with Frontpage.  Final WebQuests will be put on a web site for use by future students.


 "Internet for Teachers" Online
Note: This course is 100% online.   Visit this links below for more information.

Questions & Answers about "Internet for Teachers" Online