eLearning Alabama Courses Begin - Feb 6
eLearning Alabama has many online professional learning courses beginning on February 6 including 7 brand new courses. See the message from eLearning Alabama director, Tom Dreilinger, below for more details.
"With the regularly scheduled eLearning Spring 2016 Semester starting in three weeks (Feb 6th), I wanted to point out that we have 7 brand new courses that have never, ever, run before. The titles are accurate but you can go to our COURSE LISTING webpage and click the course number links to view an excerpt from that course’s syllabus.
EDU4475 Tablets and Technology
EDU4481 Flipping the Classroom - Resources
EDU6651 Building an Effective Master Schedule
EDU6671 Understanding the Life of Educational Data
EDU6672 Intro to Quantitative Data Analysis
SCI2801 Navigating the New Science Framework (K-5)
SCI3801 Navigating the New Science Framework (6-12)
As always, all of our courses are completely online and completely free. No meetings, no need for subs, no cost to you! We use STIPD for registration (and can create accounts for you if needed) and all of the 6 week courses earn 30 clock hours each! If you need PLUs, look over our PLU COURSES webpage for details."
Visit http://elearning.alsde.edu and click on Course Listings to find all courses for this semester.
For more information, contact:
State Project Director
e-Learning for Educators-Alabama
Technology in Motion, ALSDE
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