Skip to 0 minutes and 5 seconds (bright music) In this technology-driven world, we want to ensure that our educators have the skills to prepare our young people for the workforce that they’re about to enter. So we’ve developed this micro-credential with this in mind. The things you’ll learn. Contemporary frameworks and theories, 21st century transferable skills, how to be successful at blended and online learning. You’ll reinforce your learning via interactive quizzes and digital tools, and you’ll exchange ideas with others. Now, let’s get started. (bright music)
Weekly study10 hours
Digital and Collaborative Teaching and Learning
Upskill in digital and collaborative teaching and learning for today's students
- Education 4.0 and Contemporary Skillsets
- New Theories of Learning
- Blended and Online Learning
- Learning Environments
- Cultural and Environmental Sustainability
- Digital Responsibility and Citizenship
- Debating Innovation
- Planning a Digital and Collaborative Educational Innovation
- Agile and Lean Thinking
- Digital Skills
- Computational Thinking and Coding
- Games and Gamification
- Sustainability and Citizen Science in Learning
- Learning Networks
Learning on this course
On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Critically reflect on contemporary pedagogies and digital and collaborative learning in educational contexts.
- Integrate contemporary and emergent digital tools into innovative educational practice.
- Develop and apply collaborative teaching and learning practices in an educational context.
- Develop education practice in the context of cultural and environmental sustainability.
Who is the course for?
This micro-credential focuses on the digital and collaborative skills required in all education environments. It supports all educators, across different settings, who have current or recent education related experience. This would include teachers, trainers, librarians, museum staff, learning technologists and higher education faculty among others.
What software or tools do you need?
To take part in this course you’ll need a desktop or laptop computer that you are able to install applications on. We recommend use of the Chrome browser. It would also be very useful to have a smartphone or tablet for installing mobile apps. All the applications we use are free, and links will be provided when required.