Notre Dame College Offers Innovative eLearning Course

Instructional technology has become an important part of teaching and learning. Students want to be connected and technology is part of how they learn and how they think. But educators do not always have adequate training in the use of available technologies that prepare students to compete in an emerging information-based global society.

If you are a teacher, curriculum specialist or administrator interested gaining the skills necessary to create effective blended eLearning content and tools, then don’t miss this professional development opportunity from Notre Dame College. 

Starting Jan. 24, Notre Dame and 21st Learning Solutions will offer “Technology Driven Classrooms: Engaging the iGeneration,” an eight-week, online, graduate-level, extensively research-based and fully instructor-led course.

In this course, the characteristics of today’s iGeneration will be presented along with the proven technological strategies that can reach these 21st Century learners. Topics will include tablets and other mobile devices as teaching and learning tools, app-based learning, blended learning, flipped classrooms, online learning, digital textbooks (e-books), and many other related topics.

The first 500 participants who enroll in this course for professional development may do so for FREE. Those wanting graduate credit can enroll for three graduate credits from Notre Dame College’s Center for Professional Development for a fee of $398. Four separate start dates will be offered:  Jan. 24, Jan. 31, Feb. 7 and Feb. 14, 2013. 

To register for this course, visit this link and then click on the course number ED506I.

Notre Dame College is located at 4545 College Road in South Euclid. If you have any questions, contact Tina Jurcisin, administrative coordinator in the Finn Center for Professional Education, at 216.373.6520 or


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