Donny Khalaf

Tech&Learning University for Texas Educators

In Technology, Training for Staff on September 11, 2012 at 8:05 am

Tech & Learning is pleased to announce its newest endeavor Tech & Learning University. In partnership with Knowledge Delivery Systems (KDS), a leading provider of online PD to the K-12 education community, we have created a place where educators can build skills and obtain credentials towards career advancement.

 
Courses are delivered in a convenient, on-demand learning platform, powered by KDS, and focus on topical subjects, including: 21st Century Skills, Education Technology, Effective Instruction and Leading Effective Schools. Whether you are looking to develop a new skill or a district wanting to help your staff to fill gaps in their practice, T&L U offers courses for every stage of an educator’s career. 
 
Courses include:
• 21st Century Skills  • Teaching, Learning, and Leading in the Digital Age 
• Authentic Innovation in the 21st Century  • Technology Applications for Teaching & Supporting the Struggling Reader 
• Cyber Savvy: Promoting Students’ Safe and Civil Internet Practice  • Understanding the Digital Generation: Teaching and Learning in the New Digital Landscape 
• Cyberbullying: Addressing Digital Aggression, Exploitation, and Abuse  • Using Digital Media to Enhance Learning 
• Data, Data Everywhere  • Using Web 2.0 in Teaching and Instruction  
• Data-Driven Decision Making: Implementing Strategies for Student Achievement

Check the URL http://www1.kdsi.org/TL%20 to view the course library to earn CPE clock hours or semester hours towards your State License Renewal, Salary Advancement or Continuing Educatoin needs.

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