Earn your Graduate Certificate in Personalized Learning Methods
Texas Tech University
The Graduate Certificate in Personalized Learning Methods is designed to give practitioners hands-on knowledge around the following topics: blended learning/personalized learning (BL/PL) foundations; data literacy and data-drive instruction; fostering student agency; creating community connections and collaborations; creating multiple pathways to mastery; and promoting competency-based learning. Graduates of this competency-based program will have significant experience in teaching in BL/PL contexts, using BL/PL pedagogical strategies, peer-coaching, and critically using technology to enable better BL/PL learning and teaching. Learn more about the program and how you can apply this to a masters in blended and personalized learning here.
Graduate Certificate Required Courses include:
To apply for one of the 15 spots available for Dallas ISD teachers, complete the short application here no later than Friday, June 8th.
Graduate Course in Blended Learning
Southern Methodist University
This Graduate Level Course (EDU 6389) with Dr. Tony Cuevas is held on Wednesdays. Blended Learning (BL) is a formal education program in which students learn in part within a supervised brick-and-mortar location and in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path and/or pace. (Horn & Staker). This course is taught in a blended learning format with six class sessions on the SMU campus and online learning activities between face-to-face (F2F) meetings.
If you’re eager to develop your practice in Blended Learning and are able to fully commit to the coursework in the fall, we encourage you to sign-up for the Blended Learning course by completing an interest form here by Friday, May 24th. There are 25 available spots in the course, and spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Instructional coaches and instructional lead coaches are also eligible to submit an interest form and take the course, but priority will be given to teachers.
If you have any questions regarding the University Partnerships, reach out to Vanessa Rodriguez at email@example.com.