EdTech Endorsement

The articles below list the past courses for the Educational Technology Endorsement Program (ETEP) that we have facilitated. Head back to the main ETEP page.

ETEP Fall 2017

If you have not yet begun your Educational Technology Endorsement (ETEP) through SEDC, now is a great time to jump in! We are offering some additional courses you can take along with the Foundations course if you'd like to make up some credits or get a jump on finishing your endorsement. Follow the course links to learn more about what each course will cover and to register through UEN. These courses are open ONLY to teachers in the SEDC region. If you have been participating in our ETEP courses, the Foundations of Instructional Design for Educators is required to stay on track to finish your endorsement by Summer 2018.

Courses starting September 7:

Courses starting October 26:

All of these courses are offered completely online using the Canvas learning management system. You can participate as your schedule permits each week. Discussions and assignments are made available each Thursday and are due the following Wednesday evening. 

 

ETEP Summer 2017

 

Follow the course links below to learn more and to get registered! All of the classes listed below are required (*unless otherwise noted) to stay on track to finish your endorsement by Summer 2018.

Courses starting May 11:

Courses starting June 29:

Good news! If you were interested in CMAP, the Community Mapping Workshop (or eager to earn 3 credits in one week!), I'll be leading two CMAP workshops this summer:

The best part? YOU could take the picture above during our field work for CMAP in St. George! *The CMAP courses are not required, but would fill your ISTE Standard 2 credit requirement AND your two electives, meaning you could skip ALL of the courses starting in June.

 

The next course in the SEDC EdTech Endorsement series is now open for registration! In the Teaching Digital Citizenship course, teachers will learn what digital citizenship is, how to teach students to be responsible digital citizens, and how to talk with students openly about cyberbullying and other potential pitfalls of social media. Participants will learn the how to model digital citizenship and develop tools and lessons to use with students of all ages.
Follow this link to learn more about the course. The course starts on January 12, 2017. Registration closes the same day. 
Derek Larson will lead this six-week course. Teaching Digital Citizenship fills the ISTE Standard 4 course requirement for the Educational Technology Endorsement Program
Please feel free to share this with other educators who would be interested. You can learn more about the SEDC ETEP Program here: https://sedck12.org/etep

 

The next course in the SEDC EdTech Endorsement series is now open for registration! In the Technology To Improve Student Research course, teachers will learn how to use Utah’s Online Library to improve student research. Participants will learn how to use various databases to cite, organize, and research. Participants will explore strategies for using Utah’s Online Library and research tools to challenge and engage students and enhance learning. This course will focus on integrating the online research software NoodleTools into the research process. 

Follow this link to learn more about the course and to register for the course through UEN. The course starts on March 2, 2017. Registration closes the same day. 

Clint Stephens & Chris Haught will lead this six-week course. Technology To Improve Student Research fills the UEN Essentials: UEN Tools & Resources course requirement for the Educational Technology Endorsement Program

Please feel free to share this with other educators who would be interested. You can learn more about the SEDC ETEP Program here: https://sedck12.org/etep

Register for the class here

 

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