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Digital Teacher Academy: Resources

Session 6: June 6

In our last session, we will be covering the new Digital Learning Instructional Guide and Digital Tool Evaluation Rubric, as well as review digital tools for your classroom. 

Session 5: March 4, 2022

Creativity, Critical Thinking, and PLCs

Session 4: February 10, 2022

Communication, Collaboration, and PLCs

Asynchronous session (due February 28, 2022)

The asynchronous module consists of three (3) sections, with each session containing required activities. Once you finish all three sections, you will be marked as complete for the February session.

NOTE: You are not required to submit proof of completing each section. Nearpod will automatically record your responses to the activities and track your progress through the sections. If you begin a section and are unable to complete it in one sitting, Nearpod will save your progress and allow you to complete once you sign back into the section.

Digital Platform Certification - Due January 31!

As a part of the DTA, participants will earn a certification in a digital platform (i.e., Google or Microsoft) so that you can improve your technical skills. Participants will choose ONE approved certification below to pursue on your own, but your regional facilitator will be available to provide support if needed. Pick the approved certification that will benefit you the most! 

  • Google Certified Educator Level 1
  • Google Certified Educator Level 2
  • Google Certified Trainer
  • Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer

Review the Digital Platform Certification one-pager for more information.

Certifications must be submitted by January 31, 2022 using the Digital Platform Certification form.

Session 3: January 25, 2022

In our third session, iTeach led participants through the remaining three digital learning best practices: transforming feedback, utilizing digital assessments, and addressing the needs of all learners.

NOTE: Participants must complete attendance form, exit ticket, and the asynchronous task in order to qualify for completion of the academy and CEUs.

Session 2: November 9, 2021

In our second session, iTeach led participants through three digital learning best practices: align the purpose for using tech with the lesson targets, promoting student engagement, providing student voice and choice.

NOTE: Participants must complete attendance form, exit ticket, and the asynchronous task in order to qualify for completion of the academy and CEUs.

Session 1: October 19, 2021

In our first session, we reviewed the requirements of the Digital Teacher Academy, including earning CEUs, pursuing digital platform certifications, and leading professional learning communities. The dynamic duo from iTeach led participants through three digital learning best practices: incorporating digital citizenship, being consistent with technology tools, and creating structured routines and procedures.

NOTE: Participants must complete attendance form, exit ticket, and the asynchronous task in order to qualify for completion of the academy and CEUs.

Melissa Banks

Director of Digital Learning