Bring versatility to your teaching repertoire and gain knowledge that will allow you to teach K-12 students effectively in an online environment.
Learn to develop and teach online classes for K–12 students. With this program, you will build expertise in tools, features, and pedagogical practices of teaching online; evaluation of student learning; facilitating and communicating online; developing an online course; Universal Design for Learning (UDL); and use of emerging technologies. Acquire the fundamentals of online teaching, and become a leader in your school.
For more information about this program, contact Dr. Susan Patterson.
ECOMP 6201 Introduction to Design and PracticeECOMP 6202 Assessment and EvaluationECOMP 6203 Building Communities/Facilitating Student DiscussionsECOMP 7017 Issues and ImplementationECOMP 6204 Course Design, Development, and Strategies
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Brenda L. Heiman
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Educational Technology program director Susan Patterson has been described as an "unapologetic evangelical for the cause of technology in schools." She teaches classes on educational technology and social media in the classroom. Read more »