Graduate Catalog 2020-2021 
    
    Apr 12, 2021  
Graduate Catalog 2020-2021

Online Teaching Endorsement


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The Online Teaching Endorsement program prepares educators to design, facilitate, and manage
instruction in an online format. Participants are prepared to assume a role as leaders in online learning
for their organization. The endorsement consists of four courses focused on the characteristics and
instructional methods of developing, delivering, assessing, and administering online courses from the
classroom to the organizational system level. The Online Teaching Endorsement will be beneficial to K12
and higher education teachers, as well as instructional designers, and administrators.

Required Courses


  • Prerequisite (3 hours)

  • 3 Credit Hours
  • 3 Credit Hours
  • Online Teaching Endorsement Courses (9 hours)

  • 3 Credit Hours (Prerequiste: MEDT 7461 or MEDT 7464)
  • 3 Credit Hours (Prerequisite: MEDT 7472)
  • 3 Credit Hours (Prerequisite or co-requisite: MEDT 7491)
  • Notes:

    1. Subscription to Tk20 required (or other program assessment database as directed)
    2. The Online Teaching Endorsement is a program approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC) with the purpose of preparing students to teach classes in an online environment (Rule 505-3-.95).
    3. According to the GaPSC, “To be eligible for the professional Online Teaching Endorsement, the applicant must hold a level four (4) or higher renewable professional certificate or permit in any teaching field” (Rule 505-2-.172).
    4. The Online Teaching Endorsement is designed for students who hold a current clear, renewable teaching certificate at level 4 or higher, in accordance with the requirements of the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. (Students not working in K-12 who desire a credential to demonstrate their online design and facilitation competencies should consider the Online Teaching Certificate instead).
    5. The Online Teaching Endorsement courses can only be taken one-per-semester. Therefore, the programs take between three and four semesters at a minimum.
    6. The course MEDT 7491 is not offered in summer semesters.
    7. Students must maintain a “B” average throughout the program. Students who earn a grade of “C” in a course, must earn a grade of “A” in another course to compensate for the “C” grade. A grade of “C” in a second course will result in suspension from the program.

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