IDT Course Schedules

Spring 2019 (201952)

Course information is subject to change.

IDT G10-6W1 Foundations of Effective Teaching (3 cr – online)

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CRN 32784 | Kim Bates | 3/18 – 5/4

This course prepares professional educators to develop instructional strategies, curriculum, lesson planning, and assessment. Participants self-reflect as they develop and enhance effective teaching practices.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G32-4W1 Implementing Effective Learning Communities (2 cr – online)

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CRN 30776 | Instructor Jerry Kavanaugh| 3/18 – 5/4

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.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G81-601 Special Topics: Developing the Mindful Teacher (1 cr – classroom)

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CRN 32791 | William McCraken | Dates 3/18 – 5/4

Mondays 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM (Dover, Room TBD)

This course prepares professional educators to design and develop a lesson plan that incorporates mindfulness into classroom management. Participants develop an improved sense of well-being and personal life control. The emphasis is on managing daily stressors and focuses on navigating the stressors of college life. Topics include mindfulness-based stress reduction practices such as meditation, mindful movement, and communication skills that improve interpersonal and professional relationships.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G20-5W1 Essentials of Distance Education (3 cr – online)

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CRN 32785 | Dani Brunet | 3/18 – 5/4

This course prepares professional educators to design, develop, and deliver distance education courses. Participants will apply pedagogical and instructional design principles that foster student and faculty success in a distance education environment.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G20-4W1 Essentials of Distance Education (3 cr – online)

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CRN 32226 | Brad Thompson | 1/12 – 3/4

This course prepares professional educators to design, develop, and deliver distance education courses. Participants will apply pedagogical and instructional design principles that foster student and faculty success in a distance education environment.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G19-2W1 Creating Accessible Content (2 cr – online)

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CRN 32786 | Sara Carter | 3/18 – 5/4

This course prepares educators to design, develop, and deliver accessible courses. Participants will examine requirements, challenges and concepts related to accessibility. Specifically, they will use the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), online accessibility tools and resources to design, develop and deliver accessible digital content.

Prerequisite: None

Summer 2019 (201953)

Course information is subject to change.

IDT G20-2W1 Essentials of Distance Education (3 cr – online)

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CRN 33846 | Instructor Sara Carter | Dates 6/22 – 8/10

This course prepares professional educators to design, develop, and deliver distance education courses. Participants will apply pedagogical and instructional design principles that foster student and faculty success in a distance education environment.

Prerequisite: None

Fall 2019 (202051)

Course information is subject to change.

IDT G10-2W1 Foundations of Effective Teaching (3 cr – online)

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CRN TBD | Molli Carter | 10/19 – 12/7

This course prepares professional educators to develop instructional strategies, curriculum, lesson planning, and assessment. Participants self-reflect as they develop and enhance effective teaching practices.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G19-2W1 Creating Accessible Content (2 cr – online)

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CRN TBD | Sara Carter | 8/24 – 10/12

This course prepares educators to design, develop, and deliver accessible courses. Participants will examine requirements, challenges and concepts related to accessibility. Specifically, they will use the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), online accessibility tools and resources to design, develop and deliver accessible digital content.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G83-601 Teaching Mindfulness (1 cr – classroom)

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CRN 22469 | William McCraken | 8/24 – 12/7

Classroom Meetings Mondays 2:00 – 4:00, Dover Campus Room TBD

This course provides professional educators the fundamentals of teaching mindfulness in the classroom environment. Participants examine attitudinal qualities of mindfulness and specific mindfulness practices utilized in teaching mindfulness. Topics include mindfulness curriculum and effective learning environments for teaching mindfulness.

IDT G20-4W1 Essentials of Distance Education (3 cr – online)

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CRN TBD | Brad Thompson | 10/19 – 12/7

This course prepares professional educators to design, develop, and deliver distance education courses. Participants will apply pedagogical and instructional design principles that foster student and faculty success in a distance education environment.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G63-6W1 E-portfolio Design (1 cr – online)

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CRN 22434 | Dallas Hayes | 10/19 – 12/7

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.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G42-6W1 Motivational Teaching (2 cr – online)

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CRN TBD | Kim Bates | 10/19 – 12/7

This course focuses on the application of motivational instruction. Participants study learning as a change process and design instructional practices using the foundational theory and methods of motivational interviewing.

Prerequisite: None