Intel Teach Elements Moving into Mobile Learning
eNetColorado Certified Facilitators Provided for Each Course
DATES, TIMES, NUMBER OF SESSIONS:
Registration ends April 5th.
This is a three-four week course in which you will receive 15 continuing education units or optional 1 graduate credit hour from Adams State University.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course prepares educators to teach in blended classroom environments. Participants will learn effective strategies for managing and teaching students in blended environments and explore the ways blended learning can effectively support standards-based teaching and learning in all subject areas. Participants will learn techniques to foster student collaboration in an online learning community through online discussion and group projects and to assess student work. In addition, participants will learn to meet the learning needs of all students by selecting and using a variety of teaching strategies that aid in personalizing learning for students. During this course, participants will learn about and practice using tools to teach critical thinking skills, explore student academic integrity issues and the safe and legal use of online resources. Additionally, teachers will learn about and practice using instructor tools in a course management system. Course content includes online readings, web-based and multimedia activities, and facilitated online discussions.
This introductory course is designed for principals, superintendents and teachers who are interested in moving toward blended classrooms. You will receive 15 continuing education units or optional 1 graduate credit hour from Adams State University.
For additional information please contact:
- Carolyn Gardner at [email protected]
Bookings are closed for this event.