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Summer 2018 Registration is NOW OPEN

2 May 2018

Summer 2018 Registration is Now Open!

Registration for summer semester 2018 is now officially open! Courses begin June 13, so don’t wait to sign up. All courses are still just $99For more information, like district discounts and more, contact elearning@emints.org.

BOGO SALE, ONE DAY ONLY, WEDNESDAY 5/2: BUT ONE COURSE GET SECOND FOR 50% OFF! No code required. Price reduction will be applied at checkout.

Register and view course descriptions on our course registration site.

Find more information about our new Digital-Age Educator program here.

Graduate credit is available through two new partners: Central Methodist University (CMU) and Lindenwood University! Our facilitated eLearning courses are eligible for two graduate credit hours. Graduate credit is a separate fee and must be arranged with CMU or Lindenwood. For more information and instructions, visit www.elearningmo.org/graduatecredit, or email elearninginfo@emints.org.

Online Courses for Summer 2018:

  • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
    Part of the eMINTS eLearning Digital-Age Educator Program, the online course Digital Citizenship addresses cyberbullying, privacy, safety, and other digital dilemmas in today’s schools. Learn about rights, responsibilities and laws, Open Ed, strategies for implementing in your classroom, and more.
  • ONLINE TOOLS FOR DIGITAL AGE LEARNING
    Part of the eMINTS eLearning Digital-Age Educator Program, the online course Online Tools for Digital Age Learning provides educators with experience using online tools for collaboration, visual thinking, multimedia production, productivity and assessment to foster deeper levels of meaningful learning.
  • EMPOWERING LEARNERS WITH PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
    Part of the eMINTS eLearning Digital-Age Educator Program, the online course Empowering Learners with Project-Based Learning, participants learn about the essential elements of PBL, how to design student-centered PBL experiences, and how to use technology to enhance PBL.
  • INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL THINKING CONCEPTS IN K12 CLASSROOMS
    Part of the eMINTS eLearning Digital-Age Educator Program, the online course Introduction to Computational Thinking Concepts in K12 Classrooms explores computational thinking skills and how they can be developed in classrooms both with and without the use of technology.
  • CHROMEBOOKS IN THE CLASSROOM (UPDATED FOR 2018!)
    Part of the eMINTS eLearning Digital-Age Educator Program, the online course Chromebooks in the Classroom helps participants familiarize themselves with Chromebooks, including creating an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for your classroom, tools available to manage Chromebooks, and more. Participants will finish the course with a detailed handbook that can be used to help roll out these devices in their classroom.
  • CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
    Part of the eMINTS Foundations series, Classroom Management and Community Building in the Digital Age will explore proactive strategies for managing your classroom, why kids choose the behaviors they do, and how to continuously work toward improving classroom management.