Spring 2014-- ED 616: Online Learning

Online Teaching & Learning In Your School

Starts With Pace in Spring 2014

 

What are the best online learning opportunities for your students or school?

How can you plan for success in using digital tools for learning?

How can you overcome obstacles to implementation?

Join the Pace University School of Education for a special section of ED 616: Learning Online: Curriculum, Instruction, and Implementation Design for the Spring 2014 semester. Available for credit or for a certificate of completion, this online course is perfect for teachers and administrators who want to implement the best digital tools and practices to ensure student success. This online course will cover a broad spectrum of issues related to implementing online learning solutions, including:

  • the history and concepts associated with K-12 online learning,
  • engaging in a hands-on evaluation framework, and
  • testing these ideas on massive open online courses (MOOCs), third-party K-12 online courses, iTunes U, and video gaming environments. 

At the end of the course, participants will have prepared a complete online learning proposal and implementation plan that can jumpstart the efforts in your school. You will gain knowledge of the online learning landscape, research-based tools for evaluating the quality of curricula--including alignment to Common Core and the Danielson Framework--as well as an awareness of implementation quagmires, and presenting your findings to school and district leadership to proceed with confidence. 

About the Instructor

Dr. Tom Liam Lynch designed and will teach this semester-long online course.  Dr. Lynch worked in the New York City Department of Education for nine years as a teacher, technology coach, and schools official for iLearnNYC, an online and blended learning program for K-12 students.  He has also helped design Innovative Professional Development (iPD), New York City’s online professional learning program. He is an Assistant Professor of Education at the Pace University School of Education and the Program Coordinator for Educational Technology Studies.

 

Cost

The course costs $2,460.

Join Us

There are limited spots in this course—Don’t miss out!

To register, please complete this registration form and return to Kathleen Hundersmarck with the School of Education. She may be reached at (212) 346-1175 or via e-mail.

If you have a question about the course content, please contact Dr. Lynch.