Through the ISTE Certification process, educators will participate in an online eight–week blended learning cohort based on the ISTE Standards and transformative pedagogy. After completing the blended learning course, participants will have six months to apply their learning and compile artifacts and reflections into a competency-based portfolio to earn ISTE Certification. Content will be taught in the following four modules: Designing for Diversity; Personalized Learning & Alternative Assessments; Digital Learning Environments: Design Thinking & Computational Thinking; and The New Digital Citizenship.
Steps to becoming an ISTE Certified Educator
- Attend 3 LIVE virtual meetings
- Complete an 8–week online course
- Prepare and submit an e-portfolio to ISTE for review (6 months to complete) – the educator will be provided access to a certification portal where participants can get feedback from their cohort while preparing their portfolio of artifacts and reflections.
- Once submitted, ISTE Certification Evaluators will review the artifacts. Those who successfully meet the certification will become ISTE Certified Educators.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 30, 2020
Pre-Assessment required before attending. To be sent to registered attendees one-two weeks prior. Three live virtual meetings Online Work – Module 1-4 Online * approximately 8 weeks in length * Virtual Check-ins with Facilitators
|Audience||Classroom teachers, Coaches, & Library Media Specialists, School & District Leaders|
Thursday, June 4 from 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Thursday, June 11 from 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Thursday, June 18 from 1:00 – 2:00 PM
8 weeks online modules
|Earn||The ISTE Certification for Educators is eligible for graduate-level credit from Dominican University of California. For additional information or to register please visit Dominican University of California’s site here. For additional questions about graduate-level credit in general and how it can be used, please read their FAQ.|
|MassCUE Member Cost||$699|
|Prerequisites||Pre-Assessment (sent to participants)|
Alana’s career began as an elementary school teacher and quickly shifted to educational technology when she realized that she could make an impact at a much larger scale. She currently works with LHRIC Model Schools and supports public school districts to innovate learning through the use of technology by facilitating meaningful professional learning opportunities for educators.
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