Apple-Distinguished School Anderson University is offering remote learning certificate programs for K12 educators and administrators across the country with support from the international tech company.
Both individual teachers or school districts can access the open-enrollment courses "Supporting Remote Teachers" and "Fundamentals of Remote Teaching and Learning," with group customization available through partnership with the university's Center for Innovation and Digital Learning, according to a news release.
"Developing these certificate courses embodies Anderson's commitment to servant leadership and its place as a leading innovator in teaching and learning," Joshua Herron, dean of online and continuous learning, said in the release. "As a three-time Apple Distinguished School, we wanted to share our expertise and experience with the K-12 community. We want our K-12 educators to be able to successfully support students, parents and fellow educators during this time."
Each course includes five self-paced modules expected to take 10 hours, adding up to 10 professional development or continuing education credits, according to the release. "Fundamentals of Remote Teaching and Learning" will walk teachers through developing an engagement and...