Date: Available for registration anytime between December 4 – May 3, 2021 Course #: EDMA 288:804 Instructor: Tyler Youngers (firstname.lastname@example.org) Number of Credits: 2 Registration Deadline: Last day to register for Spring Semester is Tuesday, May 3rd by 5:00 p.m.
This 2-credit, 4-week course is entirely self-paced and can be taken anytime between December 4th & May 3rd.
Participants will BEGIN the course as soon as registration is processed and forwarded to instructor.
The instructor will then email with instructions on how to begin the class.
All assignments, discussions, and final project work is due at the end of the 4-week course in order to receive credit for the course.
The participant should expect to be able to request a transcript 2-4 weeks after the course is completed depending on whether it is for Licensure Renewal or Graduate Credit.
(Last day to register for Spring Semester is Tuesday, May 3rd by 5:00 p.m.)
TED Talks…you’ve probably heard of them, right? Maybe you’re an active TED Talks viewer? Maybe you’ve watched a few of them for professional development? TED Talks go beyond the inspiring, thought-provoking talks around ideas worth sharing. TED Talks have a place in the educational setting as teachers find ways to bring the elements of TED Talks into the classroom as viewable content, learning activities, and lesson plans. Ultimately, the true purpose behind TED Talks is for all to learn and grow as professionals and students.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Share the definition of a TED Talk, identify types of TED Talks out there including TED-Ed, and share how TED Talks have impacted us as professional educators;
Explore and reflect on the content shared in each of the TED Talks we will explore in this course; and
Create a specific action plan around the ideas shared from the TED Talks we will explore in this course
This class is available for License Renewal, Graduate, Paraeducator or Audit credit.
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