San Diego State University’s College of Education and College of Extended Studies, in partnership with ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career, are proud to launch a new Graduate Certificate in Linked Learning. With the growing excitement around and expansion of Linked Learning both in California and nationwide, it is a wonderful time to offer this enhanced professional development opportunity for credentialed high school teachers, counselors, and administrators working in or transitioning to a Linked Learning environment.
If you want to build your skills in Linked Learning, this Certificate is for you! The following are a few of the key program topics:
FLEXIBLE: The courses will be delivered online through the eCollege platform. You can view the lectures ON YOUR OWN schedule.
SKILL BUILDING: The courses are an investment in you! Expand your expertise in the Linked Learning approach, an initiative supported by the California legislature, and become a better educator.
AFFORDABLE: Less than $300 per 3-unit course.
INVESTMENT: Complete coursework for your Linked Learning Certificate entirely online within one year. Courses can be applied to a number of Masters Degree programs with advisor’s approval at your institution.
COLLABORATIVE: Interact with other educators to stay current and share best practices. Meet online each week to experience and model project-based learning with other students.
COURSES: The Courses in the Certificate Program include the following:
The Foundations of Linked Learning Course begins on January 21, 2014. To register or learn more, please contact Nancy Farnan, Ph.D. Interim Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Research, & Special Projects, San Diego State University, College of Education, via phone at 619-594-1366 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.