IDT G21 - Instructional Design
This course focuses on the fundamental elements of instructional design including the principles of learning theory and instructional strategies. Learners participating in the course will study instructional systems theory, systematic approaches to instructional design, and the contemporary practice of instructional design with an emphasis on classroom and online learning environments. Prerequisite: None

IDT G22 - Foundational Technologies
This course will enable learners to understand, explore, and experiment with foundational educational technology tools and techniques. Learners will not only learn how these applications function and work, but also how they can be leveraged within the learning environment. Topics include, but are not limited to: learning management systems, asynchronous and synchronous learning tools, audio and video production and editing, as well as how these applications are properly deployed in the learning environment. Prerequisites: None

IDT G31 - Teaching with Technology
This course is designed to enable professional educators, at all levels, to design, develop, and deliver technology-enabled course offerings. The course provides an in-depth study of the theoretical foundations of learning and instruction as they apply to the face to face, hybrid, and distance learning environments. Prerequisites: None

IDT G32 - Implementing Effective Learning Communities

This course covers types of learning communities and strategies for marketing learning communities within the larger College community.  In addition, students create integrated assignments and prepare assessment tools and strategies to evaluate student performance and the effectiveness of the learning community itself.

IDT G42 - Motivational Teaching
This course focuses on the Stages of Change Model and motivational interviewing (MI) and how they can be used for effective classroom management. Students explore learning as a change process, and design instructional practices using the foundational theory and methods of MI.

IDT G59 - Instructional Strategies
This course focuses on the fundamental principles of instructional strategies, lesson planning, and formative assessment.  Learners study how to design lessons and units that engage students and maximize learning in face-to-face and online environments.

IDT G63 - ePortfolio Design
This course will provide the learner with an overview of electronic portfolio creation, design, development and delivery. The learner will learn to select, categorize and document their achievements and accomplishments for review and assessment related to academic placement and/or employment. The learner will evaluate knowledge and skills acquired from previous experience or training on the job, in the community, in military service, through travel, or through personal development. The learner will demonstrate comprehension and appreciation of life/work experiences and how those relate to prior or on-going experiences and they will demonstrate the ability and skill to develop a comprehensive electronic portfolio.

IDT G88 - Leveraging Social Media for Learning
This course is intended to introduce professional educators, at all levels, to the benefits of social learning. The course provides an in-depth analysis of the theoretical foundations of social learning and covers social media tools and platforms used today. None

IDT G86 – Synchronous Technology in Teaching
This course presents an overview of the underlying pedagogical assumptions behind asynchronous and synchronous teaching and learning. It also covers the multi-modal synchronous classroom, as well as the tools and skill sets needed to use this medium effectively.

IDT G91 - Peer Observation
This course is designed to facilitate non-evaluative peer observation among faculty for the purposes of professional development. Faculty enrolled in the course observe colleagues and are observed by colleagues in order to share and reflect on instructional practices.

IDT G99 - Special Topic in Educational Technology
Special Topic courses are intended to cover advanced material outside of or beyond the scope of current course offerings. The student may take this course a maximum of twice, with an approved change of topic for each instance.

NFD 101 - New Faculty Development Program
Delaware Tech's New Faculty Development Program organizes and conducts offerings aimed at engaging faculty in focused programs, courses, and conversations about designing teaching and learning experiences to contribute to student engagement, achievement, and success. NFDP is a two-year program designed to assist all newly-hired full-time instructors and academic counselors to build a strong foundation for quality instruction and advisement.