Bethel’s Teacher Coordinator Work-based Learning License program helps educators plan experiences that give their students the chance to learn in work settings outside of the classroom.
You'll complete 100% of your coursework online.
Start Dates: Summer 2017, and Spring 2018
Approximate Program Length
History and Advancement of Work-Based Learning (EDUC705)
Study of the history and progress of work-based learning. Examination of the federal and state legislation that applies to the field. Gives work coordinators knowledge and tools to turn students' work experiences into meaningful learning experiences. Role of human resources in an organization. Career and technical student organizations. One of three courses needed for the Teacher Coordinator of Work-based Learning License.
Designing School-Based Instruction for Work-Based Learning (EDUC707)
Students design instruction for work-based programs that connect students' school experiences to the world of work. Current employment trends. Employment laws. Evaluation of resources for career development. One of three courses needed for the Teacher Coordinator of Work-based Learning License.
Implementing and Monitoring Work-Based Learning (EDUC709)
Tools teacher coordinators will use to implement work-based learning. Monitoring programs. Collaborating with the community, employers, school officials, and parents. Reporting to state and other agencies. One of three courses needed for the Teacher Coordinator of Work-based Learning License.
How is the License Awarded?
The Teacher Coordinator of Work-based Learning license for grades 9-12 is awarded by the Minnesota Board of Teaching after the completion of the required coursework.
Why Choose Bethel?
Learn why you should choose Bethel (pdf) for a license in Work-based Learning.