Temple’s graduate certificate in digital education leadership serves as a critical bridge to helping these service-providers develop marketable skills and competencies. This program prepares students to make structural and technological decisions regarding effective digitally-based learning, teaching, and student development. Students develop a strong vision for sound online learning in an increasingly regulated field, as they consider how effective uses of technology can support learning for students at different development levels; and learn to communicate that vision to complementary departments who serve online learner interests.
Students must complete 12 hours of graduate-level instruction, including
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|Digital Education Leadership Graduate Certificate|
|EDUC 8232||Technology, Teaching, and Learning||3|
|HIED 5401||College Students & Development Theory||3|
|HIED 5502||Digital Education Leadership||3|
|EPSY 5501||Multimedia Learning in Online Learning Environments||3|
|Total Graduate Credit Hours||12|
Program Learning Goals & Outcomes
Students who complete this certificate program will demonstrate the ability to:
- Identify and adapt to the changing demographics of students - including the increased numbers of non-traditional students and their distinctive motivations for engaging institutions;
- Communicate how sound instructional design practices and technology must be leveraged to best serve changing demographics across complementary departments.
- Create assessments and utilize both technology and data to support their visions.
- Use data analytics to find more efficient ways to heighten learning and provide ongoing integrated support for diverse student populations.
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