The Instructional Technology Certificate is a 10-hour program designed to support faculty in identifying and solving instructional problems with a variety of technologies and approaches to teaching.
|REQUIRED COURSES (6 Hours)|
Foundations of Ed Tech
Canvas at FSCJ: Basic Training
*Introduction to Quality Matters
(*Can substitute full rubric training for this requirement)
Educational Technology Practicum
|ELECTIVE COURSES (Choose 4 Hours)|
Making Your Canvas Course Accessible for ALL Learners
How to Record Your Classroom Instruction
Tips and Tools for Improving Accessibility in Your Course
How Can I Create a Meaningful Online Learning Experience for Students? (20-Minute Mentor Series)
How Can I Effectively Move Peer Reviews Online? (20-Minute Mentor Series)
How Can I Help Students Who Are Struggling with Online Learning? (20-Minute Mentor Series)
How Can I Adapt My Teaching So Student Thrive in a Polysynchronous Classroom? (20-Minute Mentor Series)
How Can I Gauge Online Learning Through Engaging Activities and Assignments? (20-Minute Mentor Series)
Strategies for Implementing Mobile Learning
Developing Personalized Learning Plans with Tech
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To successfully complete the program, the employee must:
To enroll in courses that are currently available for this program:
1. Click the button below to log into myLearning and view the courses that are currently available for this program:
2. Hover your cursor over any course card. Click the "Enroll" or “View Session” button. Then click “Register.”
If you would like to track the courses you have completed for this certificate, log into myLearning (https://bridge.fscj.edu) and view the courses listed under the “Completed” section on the myLearning tab. You can compare your completed courses to the list of courses that are required for this certificate. Note: To see the full course titles, click the View icon at the top right of the screen and select “List”.
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