The Academic Certificate (AC) in K-12 Online Teaching is designed to provide K-12 teachers with a foundation for teaching online classes. Students will review online discipline issues, parental involvement and communication, and legal issues. Courses are also designed to prepare students to design and facilitate the online classroom experience. Courses may lead to Arizona Department of Education endorsement.
Must hold a provisional or standard elementary, or secondary, or special education teaching certificate.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|ELN105||Classroom Management in K-12 eLearning (3) OR|
|ELN106||Discipline and Behavior in K-12 eLearning (3)||3|
|ELN107||Parent Communication and Involvement in K-12 eLearning||3|
|ELN108||Legal Issues in K-12 eLearning||3|
|ELN109||Engaging K-12 eLearners||3|
|ELN112||Methods of Building and Facilitating eLearning: 9-12||3|
|ELN113||Methods of Building and Facilitating eLearning: K-8||3|
- Summarize online discipline issues. (ELN105, ELN106, ELN112, ELN113)
- Evaluate strategies for involving parents in K-12 eLearning. (ELN107)
- Describe parent-teacher communication issues in eLearning. (ELN107)
- Review law and public policy related to compliance, student advocacy, and parental rights. (ELN107, ELN108)
- Explain legal issues and regulations regarding online classrooms. (ELN108)
- Describe phases of eLearning. (ELN109)
- Summarize engagement strategies for K-12 eLearning students. (ELN109)
- Explain copyright and intellectual property issues in eLearning. (ELN112, ELN113)
- Create an online syllabus. (ELN112, ELN113)
- Design online classroom activities. (ELN109, ELN112, ELN113)
- Assess online activities. (ELN112, ELN113)
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