EDU 904: Blended and Flipped Learning Environments Explores blended learning models and the implementation of such models in the classroom. Focuses on technological and pedagogical implementation, including resource identification and logistical and structural development of blended classroom environments to support student access and academic integrity. EDU 915: Humanizing Online Learning This course examines how to use your teacher presence in virtual instructional environments to humanize online learning. By fostering academic and social connections, teachers can build empathy, personalize learning and increase student motivation. EDU 934: Digital Information Fluency This course provides strategies for managing digital information, which is a requisite skill for educators of all kinds. Recognizing information needs, locating appropriate resources, and managing and using digital information tools will be presented to help teachers, in turn, fully nurture these skills in student EDU 935: Effective Formative Assessment and Technology This course will focus on effective formative assessment pedagogy, and the integration of appropriate instructional technology tools to facilitate successful formative assessment in the classroom. The knowledge gained from this course will allow each student to be an instructional leader in his or her school district. Online Instruction Endorsement Online Instruction Endorsement Tuition and Fees Online Instruction Endorsement Courses Online Instruction Endorsement Application Procedures & Requirements Inquire Apply Online Instruction Endorsement Course Registration Financial Consent Acceptance Instructions Deferment Agreement Acceptance Instructions Contact Information Dr. Eric C. Michael Director of Graduate Education Programs Wilson College 1015 Philadelphia Avenue Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-264-4970 email@example.com Useful Links Registrar Financial Aid for Graduate Students Master of Education Programs Comparison Wilson College offers Pennsylvania Level I certification for its education programs. Pennsylvania certification is reciprocal with most of the 50 states. Generally speaking, if you hold a valid PA professional teaching license from a regionally accredited and state-approved teacher preparation program and pass the required state testing, you will be able to obtain a teaching license in another state. Wilson College has not made a determination of requirements for each state, so please click here for detailed requirements on all 50 states. You can view information on how teacher credentials cross state lines here.