The curriculum of the future is being developed today. From Common Core to ad hoc technology implementation, there’s no shortage of instances where curricula are being rethought, retooled, and retried.
At the University of Vermont (UVM), they now offer a set of courses designed to help you, as a teacher or administrator, develop your very own tech-infused curriculum. UVM asks a few key questions such as:
- Do you want to transform your teaching through technology and support students’ standards-based learning?
- Do you need to keep up with your students’ ever-expanding digital skills and interests in the Web and computer-simulated learning?
- Are you looking for a way to apply college credits to a master’s program, earn better pay or change positions?
I wouldn’t be surprised to see more courses on how to start developing next-gen curricula right now. Until then, it’s nice to see places like UVM pick up the baton and offer this set of courses. Here’s a few notes from the UVM Continuing Education website:
UVM Continuing Education, in partnership with UVM’s College of Education and Social Services, offers a flexible online program of six graduate courses designed to help teachers, library media specialists and other educators create technology-infused curriculum.
The Educational Technology Program allows you to:
Click here to learn more at the UVM website. (November 1st deadline for Spring Term.)
NOTE: I wasn’t paid any money or anything like that to do this post. Just saw the offering and thought it would be interesting for Edudemic readers!