Technology Use in the Schools Certificate (Online + Face-to-Face)
A 12 credit Lehigh Certificate program offered through the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Program. Please note a Lehigh Certificate of Completion is not the same as a Pennsylvania Department of Education Certification. The program is aimed at post-certification inservice teachers, informal educators, and others seeking to expand their pedagogical skills and knowledge of instructional technology.
Students enrolled in the 12 credit Technology Use in the Schools certificate program will learn best practices in how to implement and integrate new and emerging instructional technologies to enhance learning outcomes in a variety of school settings and informal learning environments.
Those who might benefit include:
- Pre-service (future) teachers who expect to work in a teaching position that requires them to integrate technology into teaching and learning.
- In-service (current) teachers who wish to enhance their skills in using technology in the classroom.
- Technology coordinators or curriculum lead teachers who would plan for technology use in the schools, train teachers and others to use technology, or coordinate the use of technology in the schools.
- Administrators who manage teachers and need practical strategies and tools to become better educational leaders.
- Individuals who anticipate assuming administrative responsibilities as the “next step” in their career advancement.
Apply for admission to the Technology Use in the Schools certificate program through the College of Education's Non-degree program. Information is found at http://coe.lehigh.edu/admissions/apply/non-degree-programs