Webinar: PreK-12 Virtual Learning Certificate Program
Gain new skills in instructional technologies as you redesign curricula for the virtual learning environment. Next course starts February 8, 2021.
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The College of Education and Human Services is now offering two, fully online courses in Virtual Learning for Students with Disabilities and Virtual Assessment and Evaluation for Students with Disabilities.
This 6-credit graduate certificate program is designed to meet the needs of all education professionals – whether you are a general education teacher in an inclusive classroom, a special educator working across a range of classroom settings, a paraprofessional, administrator, or related service provider. Meeting students’ needs through technology is and will remain an important educational challenge, during virtual, hybrid, or in-person instruction. This program can help you design (or redesign) your virtual classroom for immediate impact on student learning, while working with a cohort of peers from around the state and country.
All PreK-12 teachers (general and special education) can benefit from the tools and strategies included in the course curriculum. You will be able to tailor the course assignments to your population and setting so that you learn to use virtual learning in ways that directly benefit you and your students.
View our recent on-demand information session to learn more about the Virtual Learning Program.