The Educational Technology (EdTech) micro-credential is made up of targeted educational technology courses focused on the theoretical development and practical utilization of the latest educational technology theories and techniques in international schools.
This EdTech micro-credential will support all components of the School of Education mission statement, but is particularly aligned to the following elements: (1) promoting the intellectual, personal and professional growth of future and practicing professionals in the field of education; and (2) working collaboratively to ensure graduates become inspired, reflective practitioners who possess the knowledge, skills and dispositions to model and promote a lifelong passion for learning.
The EdTech micro-credential will also be aligned with and promotes all elements of the IGPE mission statement, especially highlighting: (1) ensuring high-quality coursework for educators in PK-12 international schools; (2) fostering global collaboration; (3) inviting divergent perspectives; and (4) making positive contributions to teaching and learning processes.
The EdTech micro-credential is designed to meet the prescribed professional development needs of administrators and teachers specifically related to educational technology in PK-12 international schools. The educational technology theories and practical techniques in this course sequence will help teachers enable participants’ to develop their own effective technology style to foster positive change.
Scaffolded in the program structure and incorporated into each of the courses of this micro-credential are research-informed practices that provide a solid foundation for those just entering the field of education, and for those already well versed in the profession. The courses also provide focused study in educational technology resulting in improving administration in PK-12 international schools and classrooms.
- EDT 606: Internet for Educators
For additional information please contact the Director of IGPE, Brandon Kawa firstname.lastname@example.org
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