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Transforming Digital Classrooms for Student Success (Grades 7-12)

Cohorts start on May 4, May 17, June 1, July 11 & July 18.

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Transforming Digital Classrooms for Student Success (Grades 7-12)

An interactive online course for middle and high school teachers.

  • Participants may register individually or join the course as part of a cohort from within their school or district.
  • Course will be taught in both a virtual synchronous and asynchronous format over 4 – 5 week cohorts of 15 – 30 teachers.
  • Participants will receive a Professional Development certificate of completion and a badge from EdisonLearning upon successful completion.
Course Outline

Five Modules Loaded with Industry-Leading Content

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Ready to Enroll?

Get the enrollment process started and join a cohort or create your own cohort.

 

Cohort Scheduling

Each cohort is a 5-week, 25-day course with three synchronous sessions.

May 4 - June 8

Synchronous Session 1 - May 4th

Synchronous Session 2 - May 18th

Synchronous Session 3- May 25th

May 17 - June 20

Synchronous Session 1 - May 16th

Synchronous Session 2 - May 31st

Synchronous Session 3 - June 7th

July 11 - August 8

Synchronous Session 1 - July 11th

Synchronous Session 2 - July 25th

Synchronous Session 3 - August 1st

July 18 - August 19

Synchronous Session 1 - July 18th

Synchronous Session 2 - August 1st

Synchronous Session 3 - August 8th

Course Design and Development

Teachers will leave with strategies, tools, resources, and a plan they can use to transition between online and face-to-face environments. Learning modules are built around a framework of Discover-Discuss-Demonstrate and participants participate in both synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous (on your own time) learning experiences in cohorts of 15-30 teachers.

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Interactive Course Design
Interactive Course Design

This course was developed by several of the nation’s leading experts on education technology, online learning, and the transition to remote instruction. 

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Learning in Small-Group Cohorts
Learning in Small-Group Cohorts

Interactive, facilitated courses model how educators can implement a variety of research-based strategies to engage students in online and blended learning.

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Guidance by Expert Facilitators
Guidance by Expert Facilitators

Our expert teachers serve as facilitators leading cohorts through various strategies and tools, providing examples of implementing remote learning.

What to expect

Teachers Will Learn To:

This course will model active online instruction, using a combination of live lessons and on-demand videos, online discussions, and extensive resources. 

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Utilize learner-centered instructional strategies, tools, and engaging experiences needed to encourage active learning and interaction.
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Demonstrate an understanding of design considerations for a variety of learners and their families in a variety of situations.

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Demonstrate awareness and empathy for the online learner experience, both challenges, and benefits.
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Value frequent communication with stakeholders regarding learner progress and strategies for supporting learner engagement.
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Apply techniques for building community in an online and blended learning environment.
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Create appropriate quantitative and qualitative assessment tools, which allow learners the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of the content.
Take a deeper look!

Download the Course Details & Research and Pedagogy

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Ready for enrollment? Join or Create a Cohort for the Transforming Digital Classrooms for Student Success (Grades 7-12)

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