COVID Learning, Pts 1 - 12
Instructor: Stacy Duffield
Grading: Letter or S/U
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 - Friday, August 06, 2021
Course completion: August 13, 2021
Instruction Mode: Internet-Asynchronous (Online Class)
Available Seats: 553 of 1500
Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development
* 1 for each part Credits
NDSU Credit Fee: $50 each part
The pandemic pushed us to quickly learn many new skills as we experienced a multitude of transitions. We learned many new technologies, adapted lessons, created new lessons, and figured out how to support students in this new learning environment. Most of this learning was in the moment but just as valuable as learning you have done in formal classes. You deserve credit for your new skills, and this class allows you to document your learning to receive credit toward licensure and salary lane changes.
- The educator will identify learning that occurred to support students during the pandemic.
- The educator will determine evidence of this learning.
"It feels nice to be able to get continuing credits for doing all of that extra work that went unnoticed. Now all of that extra work that was done over the pandemic school year feels recognized.
- The educator will present a log of learning activities equivalent to 15 hrs. for 1 professional development credit. If you have 45 hrs. for example, you would enroll in COVID Learning, Part 1, 2 & 3.
- Earn PD credit for all professional learning you have completed from March 2020 to present, list the name of activity and how many minutes/hours you spent to complete the activity.
- Log of learning activities.
- Artifacts or reflective writing to explain the learning activities to include, but are not limited to, the following. In parentheses behind each is an example of the evidence that could be submitted.
- Learned how to use a new learning management system (brief explanation of the learning, or a screen shot of a class you created);
- Created instructional videos (link to sample video's);
- Set up a virtual classroom (screen shot of class or link into class);
- Adapted lessons for distance learning (brief explanation of adaptations);
- Learned how to use edpuzzle, etc. (screen shot or link to activities).
About The InstructorStacy Duffield
Stacy Duffield earned her Ph.D. in Secondary/Higher Education from the University of North Dakota. Her M.Ed. in Reading Education was awarded from the University of North Dakota. Dr. Stacy Duffield is the Director of Office of Teaching & Learning has been at NDSU for 16+ years. Stacy also teaches undergraduate and graduate level teacher preparation courses, coordinated the Teacher Education program and the School of Education assessment and accreditation efforts, supervises student teachers, and researches scholarly writing for publication. Stacy taught in public high schools schools for nine years before starting her career in higher education.
Dr. Duffield's work has been published in numerous scholarly publications including the Journal of Chemical Education, Middle School Journal, Innovative Higher Education, The Journal of Social Studies Research, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Journal of Education for Business, International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, The Encyclopedia of Rural America, Teacher Development, and Current Issues in Education. Stacy has received many awards & honors such as the 2018 Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Edward C. Pomeroy Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teacher Education; received for several years both the Outstanding Service to the School of Education as well as the Apple Polisher Award from NDSU Bison Ambassadors student organization for outstanding teaching.
Online registration URL closes July 9, 2021 @ 5:00 p.m.