Sharing on behalf of the department of Teaching and Learning....
With uncertainty comes possibility. As educators adjust to current circumstances and take on the responsibility of online teaching, Montclair State University holds true to its rich teacher preparation history by creating a new program to help you define your own tomorrow.
Registration is now available for a new, fully online course, Online Instruction for Students with Disabilities. This course is the first of a two-course series that will constitute the new Virtual Learning for Students with Disabilities program that Montclair State's College of Education and Human Services will be offering soon.* This online program is designed for teachers who are looking to discover new technologies as they redesign curricula and instruction for the virtual learning environment.
We have all been challenged by the abrupt shift to online instruction. Those of us who teach students with disabilities have the added burden of ensuring that students continue to learn and progress, without falling further behind. Montclair State’s new online certificate program will help you take what you know best about how to teach students with disabilities and transfer those skills to a virtual classroom.
Spaces in the initial cohort are limited. Take your next professional development step and apply to start this summer. The first course will run from August 10 to August 27. The second course will be scheduled to start this fall, which will allow you to complete the program before the end of the calendar year and settle into your routine.
To learn more about this program, register for a webinar on Wednesday, July 8 at 1 p.m.
Jennifer L. Goeke, PhD
Graduate Program Coordinator
Department of Teaching and Learning
Montclair State University
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