The Teaching and Learning Online in K–12 Settings Certificate comprises 5 courses totaling 15 credits. All courses in this certificate are transferable to the M.Ed. in Learning, Design and Technology program. 

Course List - Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Teaching and Learning Online in K-12 Settings 

Required Courses (15 credits)
Title Abbreviation Description Credits
Systematic Instructional Development LDT 415A Preparation in the use of a nine-step model for systematically analyzing instructional problems and developing validated practical solutions. 3 credits
Teaching and Learning Online in K–12 Settings LDT 433 Explores uses of online technologies for K–12 settings including cybercharter and blended settings. 3 credits
Emerging Web Technologies and Learning LDT 467 This course examines emerging web technologies and explores their application to learning and education. 3 credits
Designing eLearning within Course Management Systems LDT 832 Practical design of instructor-facilitated online lessons taking advantage of the affordances and within the constraints of course management systems. 3 credits
Supervised Field Experience in Online Instruction LDT 835

A supervised field experience in the design, development, and delivery of online or hybrid (residential + online) instruction/

 LDT 835 must be completed as the final course in the certificate program, after successful completion of LDT 415A, LDT 433, LDT 467, and LDT 832. This course is available on an as-needed basis, and the evaluator must be scheduled at least one full term in advance. Contact the program for details.



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