Current MOOC-Eds

Coaching Digital Learning | Cultivating a Culture of Change

March 10 – April 20, 2014
Registration now open!

The Coaching Digital Learning course allows you to learn along with your colleagues from other schools and districts to:

  • deepen your understanding of what it takes to coach others to integrate technology effectively;
  • explore relevant frameworks (e.g. TPACK, SAMR, Four C’s), strategies, tools, and resources to advance your digital learning coaching efforts; 
  • experience multiple opportunities for personalized application of your new learning and job-embedded practice; and
  • develop and share a coaching plan to support your school/district’s digital learning culture.

Who should take this course? This course is intended for instructional technology coaches, instructional technology facilitators, technology integration specialists, media specialists, mentor teachers, and others who guide teachers’ integration of digital learning to directly enhance and support student learning.

Click here for more information, to register, or to access the course.

Digital Learning Transition

January 20 – March 23, 2014
Registration Closed. Click here to receive alerts when registration opens for the next DLT MOOC-Ed.

The Digital Learning Transition (DLT) in K-12 Schools MOOC-Ed will help you:

  • Understand the potential of digital learning in K-12 schools
  • Assess progress and set future goals for your school or district
  • Plan to achieve those goals

Who should take this course? This course is intended for school and district leaders, as well as any others involved in planning and implementing K-12 digital learning initiatives.

Click here to access the course.

World Class Teaching

March 10 – April 21, 2014
Registration now open!

The World-Class Teaching MOOC-Ed (WCT MOOC-Ed) is developed and brought to you in partnership with the Institute for Emerging Issues at NC State University.

Expanding on ideas and priorities identified at the 2014 Emerging Issues Forum, Teachers and the Great Economic Debate, this MOOC-Ed will explore how we can come together to develop and support world-class teachers by helping you:

  • Understand the economic importance of and key influences on developing, retaining and supporting a world-class teaching workforce
  • Develop action priorities for your school(s) or community
  • Plan to achieve those goals

Who should take this course?  We invite participation from educators, schools leaders, business leaders and community members from all types of K-12 schools, including public, charter and private. While course materials are focused on North Carolina, we invite all individuals to bring their perspectives and enrich the experience for everyone.

Click here for more information, to register, or to access the course.

Future MOOC-Eds

Future Courses in Summer and Fall 2014

Additional courses are currently being developed for Summer and Fall 2014 around the following topics:

  • Supporting Common Core State Standards in Mathematics
    Summer & Fall 2014
  • Supporting Students’ Development of Disciplinary Literacy
    Fall 2014

If you are interested in one or more of these courses, click here for more information or to receive an email alert when courses are announced and registration begins.