This course introduces teachers and interested adults to K12 blended and online learning. Participants will design a blended or online unit and develop one module to use with K12 students.
K-12 Blended & Online LearningUniversity System of Georgia
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University System of Georgia
The University System of Georgia is composed of 28 higher education institutions including 4 research universities, 2 regional universities, 12 state universities, 13 state colleges and the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography. The Georgia Public Library System, encompassing 61 library systems throughout Georgia, is also part of the University System.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM K-12 BLENDED & ONLINE LEARNING
Useful and practical information based on research and current trends. A must for anyone who teaches online courses, provides online professional learning, or teaches a technology-related subject.
An in-depth coverage of the standards laid down by iNACOL - International Association for K-12 and Online Learning. Useful peer-graded assignments with helpful samples and examples.
This course boosts my confidence in pursuing my goal to be a competent blended and online class teacher. Dr. Vega is a great instructor and I learned a lot from her.
Learned a lot with this course. I appreciate the time and effort put into it. It is clear, provides all the necessary data, examples, etc. Truly, time well spent.
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Can I earn credit for this course?
Yes. Kennesaw State University's College of Professional Education can issue CEUs for course completers. Georgia teachers can use these CEUs towards license renewal with approval from their administrators (unemployed or privately employed teachers do not necessarily require administrator approval). If you are not a Georgia teacher, check with your state teacher licensing agency to determine if they will accept CEUs from Kennesaw State University. To get your CEU certificate upon completion, please send an email to email@example.com with the subject line "MOOC CEUs" and your Coursera K12 Blended and Online Certificate attached.
Will I earn university credit for completing the Course?
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