This certificate is offered to practicing teachers who wish to extend their knowledge and skill working with colleagues to design digital learning experiences for PreK-12 learners. Candidates will develop proficiency in adopting leadership dispositions, skills associated with coaching and advocacy, and leading design team to develop solutions to school-based instructional problems.
The graduate certificate may only be pursued on a part-time basis.
For policies governing all graduate certificates, see AP.6.8 Requirements for Graduate Certificates.
Total credits: minimum 15
|EDIT 786||Design and Teacher Leadership||3|
|EDIT 787||Coaching Advocacy Digital Learning||3|
|Three credits of||3|
|Practicum in Instructional Technology|
or EDIT 780
|Principles of School-Based Design|
|EDIT 791||Project Development Practicum I||1-6|
|EDIT 792||Project Development Practicum II||1-6|