Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 6235N
First Term: 2010 Summer I   
Award: AC  
Total Credits: 12
CIP Code: 13.0501
Occupational Area: Not Required for Award Type.

Instructional Council: Education (56)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code: 25-9011, 25-9031

Description: The Academic Certificate (AC) in K-12 eLearning Design is designed to provide K-12 teachers with a foundation for eLearning Design. Students will be presented with information to develop knowledge and skills in design theory, models of instructional design, course management systems, and eLearning technology. Courses are also designed to prepare students to create and use internal and external evaluation tools and assessments. Courses may lead to Arizona Department of Education endorsement.

Suggested Course Plan Sequenced by Semester

Required Courses
+ ELN100 Foundations of eLearning Design for K-12 3
+ ELN103 K-12 eLearning Technology and Media 3
+ ELN121 Evaluating K-12 eLearning 3
+ ELN122 K-12 eLearning Assessment Creation 3
Credits: 12

Program Competencies
1. Review history, characteristics, and theories of eLearning. (ELN100)
2. Summarize design foundations for eLearning in the K-12 classroom. (ELN100, ELN103)
3. Compare and contrast types of technology and media available in the eLearning environment. (ELN103)
4. Review limitations of technology and media in the eLearning environment. (ELN103, ELN122)
5. Compare and contrast eLearning evaluation tools. (ELN121, ELN122)
6. Evaluate K-12 eLearning. (ELN121, ELN122)
7. Summarize procedures for assessing K-12 student interaction and collaboration. (ELN122)
8. Create student assessments. (ELN122)
9. Apply principles of eLearning instructional design. (ELN100, ELN103, ELN121, ELN122)
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: May 25, 2010

All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.