ISTE Educator Certification now worth graduate credits at New Jersey City University
The university has entered into a partnership with social innovation company Eduscape to offer the credits
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NJCU is working in partnership with Eduscape, a social innovation company that develop solutions to challenges within the education sector.
Those that complete the ISTE certification will earn three graduate credits at NJCU, and is particularly relevant for students on NCJU’s education technology programme.
This partnership offers teachers the opportunity to extend their learning even further by receiving graduate credits and the opportunity to pursue a graduate degree in educational technology at NJCU.
– Dr Laura Zieger, NJCU
Dr Laura Zieger, chairperson of the Department of Educational Technology at NJCU, said: “I am very excited about our partnership. Eduscape is a premier organisation that has facilitated workshops for hundreds of thousands of learners empowering them to transform classrooms into engaging, learner-centred environments.
“This partnership offers teachers the opportunity to extend their learning even further by receiving graduate credits and the opportunity to pursue a graduate degree in educational technology at NJCU.”
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NJCU will also host ISTE Educator Certification events beginning on December 5–6. More information is available at https://eduscape.com/event/iste-certification-njcu