Gaia Certified Educator

Learn to Teach Inclusively Online

Gaia Learning's certified course, 'Learn to Teach Inclusively Online,' has been designed to help you become an expert in creating engaging and inclusive digital learning environments that cater to the needs of all students, particularly those with neurodiverse profiles. 

This comprehensive course is designed for online educators and those supporting students in a hybrid or blended learning environment who seek to effectively integrate technology into their teaching practice and foster an inclusive and supportive digital classroom.

Throughout the course, you will:

  1. Explore the SAMR Model, a framework for technology integration in education, and learn how to apply it to create meaningful and impactful learning experiences for your students.
  2. Master best practices for designing an effective digital learning environment that accommodates the diverse needs of neurodiverse learners, such as students with dyslexia, ADHD, ADD, PDA, and ASD.
  3. Embrace the QT Transformational Training Values of curiosity, generosity, and reflection as you grow and develop as an inclusive online educator.

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a unique digital credential verified on the blockchain, CPD accredited, and externally quality assured by Qualified Tutor. This recognition will showcase your expertise as a Gaia Certified Educator in the digital classroom and the future of education.

Enrol throughout the year and complete the course at your own pace. Gaia Learning's skilled team of qualified Educators will be on hand to answer queries in the course discussion forum and give constructive feedback on assignments throughout.

Course graduates may be invited for interview to join our team and will receive exclusive discounts on all our resources for families.

Language: English

Instructors: Gaia Learning

Applications open January 2024

Course Curriculum

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