The Teaching with Technology (TWT) certificate program will end in May 2017. All portfolios must be submitted to coordinators by May 5, 2017.

Read more about the program end.

Program Description

The Teaching with Technology Certificate (TWT) is a non-credit certificate showing that an instructor or teaching assistant has demonstrated the innovative use of technology in teaching. In this program, certificates are awarded by individual departments based on both educational and subject matter criteria.

The TWT program allows you the freedom to choose the training and timeline that best suits your goals; there are no required courses.

As a TWT program participant, you create a Web-based portfolio showcasing your knowledge, skills, and achievements using technology for teaching. The portfolio is then reviewed by a committee within your academic unit. Once the portfolio is approved, The Graduate School or the Office of Human Resources awards the certificate. This portfolio is
very individualized and is a representation of the philosophy, knowledge,
accomplishments, and competencies of its creator.

Read the Registration How-To Page for specific details on how to begin training and create a portfolio.

Goals of the TWT

The goals for the Teaching with Technology program are to:

  1. Expand and validate the teaching with technology skills of graduate
    teaching assistants.
  2. Increase technology-assisted innovative teaching strategies.
  3. Increase marketability of teaching assistants for professions in higher
    education, business and the public sector.

Sponsors of the TWT

The Teaching With Technology certificate program at Penn
State is sponsored by

Video Interviews

Learn more about the goals from the programs in these interviews with actual TWT coordinators and recipients.

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