Ideally suited to those who are keen to learn more about the use of technology in teaching and learning, this professional development short course offers a valuable opportunity to explore the three ‘C’s of the 21st century within the context of teaching: Curiosity, Curation and Community. You will benefit from learning about the best practice use…
Ideally suited to those who are keen to learn more about the use of technology in teaching and learning, this professional development short course offers a valuable opportunity to explore the three ‘C’s of the 21st century within the context of teaching: Curiosity, Curation and Community. You will benefit from learning about the best practice use of technology to support the three ‘C’s of innovative 21st century teaching.
This course offers a practical introduction to the use of digital technologies for educators. As you embark on your digital journey, you will look at themes such as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) or the application of social media to support learning. You will also explore new and emerging technologies whilst considering their uses within teaching and learning as well as discovering new digital horizons.
Who is the course for?
Though open to anyone, this professional development course is particularly suited to those working in education or training, including organizational training providers, schools and academies, colleges and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) such as:
This professional development course will provide you with:
You will study this course 100% online. It comprises a range of activities including:
There is no graded assessment. Instead, you will receive a badge for each completed Unit, and then upon completion of the whole course, you will be awarded with an e-certificate.
The course is made up of 4 units, each will require approximately 5 hours of study.
The course is designed to gradually develop your competence and confidence in the use of digital technologies in teaching and learning.
Unit 1: What is Innovative 21st century teaching?
Unit 2: The democratization of Learning
Unit 3: Social Learning
Unit 4: Emerging Technology
The course is widely available for anyone to take part in regardless of age, location or education status.
However, there are some basic requirements. You will need access to the internet whether it is on your PC, tablet, mobile or other electronic devices, as well as a valid email address to register with our online learning environment in order to take part in the course.
You will need to agree to the terms and conditions before you start the course which will be available when you enrol.
Learners should have an understanding of the English Language and the ability to study in English.
How to enrol
All of our short courses are delivered through an easy-to-use online learning platform, which you can enrol from directly.