Online Teaching Endorsement Program
NEW! Online Teaching Endorsement Program | 100% Online
Millersville University is pleased to announce the launch of a new graduate program in Online Teaching. This program is among the first in the state approved to deliver the PDE endorsement in Online Teaching and consists of twelve (12) graduate credits offered by the Educational Foundations department in a fully online format. Faculty members for this program are among state and national leaders in online pedagogy and instruction, and are also affiliated with Millersville’s graduate degree programs in Leadership for Teaching and Learning, Special Education and other education degrees.
- Accelerated 8 week courses—100% online
- Credits earned are eligible to count toward meeting ACT 48 requirements.
- Coursework linked to practice through field experiences
- Connected to PDE and iNACOL standards for online teaching
- Builds on more than 50 years of experience of teacher professional development at the graduate level
- Affordable tuition rates
“My Current Technology for online Teaching class has been amazing! It has challenged me to ponder education in a new light and recognize the many different aspects of online education. Faculty is very helpful, offering unique viewpoints and always entertaining! It has been a great experience filled with many "ah-ha" moments!”- Stephanie Flowers | Computer Science Teacher at Northern York County School District
Who this program is for:
- Fully online teaching faculty in K-12 education
(*This program will NOT lead to an initial teaching certification)
- Regular classroom teachers that are already using flipped and hybrid instruction
- Curriculum supervisors and designers
- Current and prospective teachers seeking an edge in the job search
- Educational administrators and leaders
- Community college faculty in online and hybrid programs
The four courses for the Online Teaching Endorsement program are:
- ACTE 630: Current Technology for Online Instruction (Sping 2018)
- ACTE 632: Online Learning Environments (Winter 2018)
- ACTE 633: Responding to Individual Learners (Spring 2018)
- ACTE 634: Legal and Ethical Issues in Online Education
*Fall A and B indicate the first and second halves of the semester, respectively.