Course Requirements & Descriptions
Requirements for the 12-hour certificate in Leadership of Digital Learning are:
- EDUC 651 Leading Continuous Improvement of Digital Learning (3 credit hours)
Current leadership theory and practice of leading change in school systems brought on by the digital revolution and its accompanying social transformation. Prerequisite: admission to graduate school and/or digital leadership of learning certificate program.
- EDUC 652 Leading Evolving Digital Learning Systems (3 credit hours)
Analysis and investigation of the theories of disruptive innovation in leading continuous school transformation. Prerequisite: admission to graduate school and/or digital leadership of learning certificate program.
- 653 Creating Student-Centered Digital Learning Environments (3 credit hours)
Explores the theories of constructivist epistemology used to create student-centered learning environments. By applying constructivist techniques, students create active and engaging lessons that utilize technology, increase motivation for learning, and engage the learner.
- EDUC 654 Assessing Digital Learning and Facilitation (3 credit hours)
Complementation of practical measurement solutions to quantify and assess student learning in digital learning environments. Through this process students will overcome the common misperception that abstract concepts such as learning are immeasurable.