The non-degree credit certificate program in 21st Century Learning is designed for pre-service and in-service educators interested in using digital technology tools and resources for standards for content area and educational practices. This is a series of interactive, multi-media courses designed primarily for online and blended use by pre-service and in-service educators. These high-interest and visually compelling courses not only provide deeper exploration of 21st century learning and enrich teaching practices but also integrate content areas in this digital age. This certificate is valuable to educators in any grade level or content area, instructional specialists, educational leaders, pupil support personnel, and administrators. Completion of this non-degree credit certificate program requires six courses as delineated below.
Admission to the Program
Applicants must be either a pre-service or in-service educator to be admitted to the program. In order to pilot the action plans designed by the applicants, access to a K-12 classroom is necessary.
Requirements for the Certificate (24 quarter units)