An examination of the roles that an individual with an instructional technology major and/or a computer science endorsement might fulfill at the secondary level. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have an understanding of the roles they may be asked to fulfill related to providing support in analyzing, designing, implementing, and maintaining administrative and instructional information systems and technology in schools, as well as training students, teachers, and administrators on its effective use. In addition, teaching methods and curriculum content of computer science and the teaching methods and curriculum content of computer applications will be discussed. Competency will be demonstrated in the use of application software relevant to the classroom. Prerequisite: Information Science and Technology 145 and 252 and enrolled in the semester immediately prior to the professional term, or permission. Offered spring term.