COETAIL Joins with Eduro Learning
As you may have heard, COETAIL has joined Eduro Learning! COETAIL and Eduro are now working together to bring you additional professional development learning opportunities.
What is COETAIL?
COETAIL (Certificate of Educational Technology and Information Literacy) is a certificate program designed by, and for, educators. Grounded in the ISTE Standards and following a cohort model, COETAILers become ’empowered professionals’ and ‘learning catalysts’ in an authentic, practical, project-based learning environment.
Jeff Utecht and Kim Cofino founded COETAIL in 2009 with the goal of empowering educators to publically reflect as they transform learning in their classrooms and schools. Almost 10 years later, over 20 online and in-person cohorts have gone through the program. The community of over 1000 program graduates overwhelmingly found COETAIL beneficial to their careers. 93% of participants surveyed said the COETAIL program had a direct influence on their teaching practice.
COETAIL offers participants a chance to join a tight-knit community of like-minded educators who support each other to improve student learning. Once you enroll in COETAIL, you become a COETAILer and part of the COETAIL community.
COETAIL is now an Eduro Learning microcredential
COETAIL is unique from other Eduro Learning microcredentials because of its community approach to learning. COETAIL participants share their learning by blogging publicly about their courses and interacting with members of their cohort and the world.
COETAIL embraces a community approach to learning that empowers you to adapt and transform your practice in order to positively impact student learning.
Does COETAIL sound like the right professional learning opportunity for you? Join us on a journey to apply practical, research-based approaches to teaching and learning in a stackable certificate program.
New in 2019!
COETAIL has partnered with the University of Kentucky to allow you to start earning credits towards your Master’s Degree.
This means that you now have the ability to combine the community learning aspect of our COETAIL Microcredential with the School Technology Leadership graduate certificate from the University of Kentucky, a tier 1 research university. And, you’ll have the option to complete two additional graduate certificates on your way to a Master’s Degree in Teacher Leadership.
Learn with us!
Want to continue your learning? Take a look at the upcoming academic-year-long learning opportunities from Eduro Learning: