Technology Learning Certificate Program
The Technology Learning Certificate (TLC) program is designed for practicing Pre K-12 educators who are interested in learning how to effectively integrate technology into their professional practice and better support learning communities with their students. The program utilizes an integrated framework to help cultivate a habit of mind for conducting action research in authentic classroom settings to better understand critical problems of practice, as well as for thinking about issues of technology literacy (NETS) and curriculum design as the interconnection between technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge.
The TLC is a technology-based distance education program therefore basic technology skills, a recent multimedia computer system (e.g. with camera and microphone) and broadband Internet connection are required to successfully participate and complete the coursework.
|Section||Course Sequence (August through May)||Credit Hrs|
|EDTL-505||Professional Virtual Learning Communities||
|EDTL-510||Innovative Educational Technologies: Supporting Real-World Collaborative Learning||
|EDTL-515||Exploring Tools for Learning||
|EDTL-520||Applying Educational Technology to Problems of Practice||
|EDTL-525||Professional Practice & Beyond||
For More Information
Contact Person (Eugene): Mark Szymanski, Associate Professor of Education
Contact Person (Forest Grove): Anita Zijdemans-Boudreau, Assistant Professor of Education
Contact Person: Diana Watkins, Associate Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions
Phone: 503-352-1435 or 877-722-8648 ext. 143