ISTE and the Verizon Foundation Launch Free Mobile Learning Academy for Educators

VMLA

School Teams Can Apply Now for September Kick-Off; Earn CEUs From The Johns Hopkins University School of Education.

Reposted from District Administration:

“The Verizon Foundation and ISTE will collaborate to develop and implement the Verizon Mobile Learning Academy (VMLA), a virtual professional learning program designed to help school teams of teachers, tech coaches and administrators prepare for successfully integrating mobile technology into learning and teaching.

In addition, ISTE and the Verizon Foundation are working with The Johns Hopkins University School of Education Center for Technology in Education (CTE) to develop the curriculum for the VMLA program. The initiative will provide selected educator teams across the country with a series of free, moderated virtual professional development modules aligned to the ISTE Standards that will earn participants Continuing Education Units from The Johns Hopkins University School of Education.

This free professional learning program is aligned with the ISTE Standards for learning, teaching and leading in the digital age. ISTE is inviting school teams from across the continental United States to apply to participate in the first phase of the program. School teams are made up of one school administrator, one tech coach or equivalent and five to eight teachers. The VMLA will be offered online four times between September 2014 and December 2015. Interested teams can pre-register online at http://www.iste.org/lead/verizon-mobile-learning-academy.”

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