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Online Learning Academy

New York State Teacher Center Online Academy (NYSTC OLA)

A program of the NYS Teacher Resource and Computer Training Centers with the support of New York Institute of Technology.

  • Online courses available 24/7 from your computer
  • Wide range of courses across the curriculums
  • Earn In-Service credit – Most courses are 15 in-service hours.
  • View the policy, syllabus, and road map of each course in the OLA catalog http://eeznt3.nyiteez.org/olacatalog/
  • Instructors have completed a rigorous Online Facilitator Training through

New York Institute of Technology

  • Courses are approved for inclusion in the NYSTC OLA by New York Institute of Technology
  • Register for NYSTC OLA courses at rockteach.org

Current Course Offerings

Feedback from recent courses:

“This course was very thorough and well organized. The expectations were clear and the resources were easy to follow and access.”  Participant, Digital Resources to Complement Learning Styles

“This was a fantastic course for learning in depth ways to use Google to collaborate with other professionals and to foster student collaboration in the classroom.” Participant, Using Google Tools for Collaboration, Enrichment and Differentiation of Instruction

“This course allowed me to create new activities for my students in ways I hadn’t thought. I explored new websites focusing on energy and I found new ways to share this content with my students.” Participant, Smart Board and iPad Activities focusing on Literacy and Science

“This class was awesome.  I was able to apply my learning immediately!” Participant, Using Literature Circles to Enhance Reading

The New York State Teacher Center Online Academy is administered by:

Rockland Teachers’  Center – 65 Parrott Road,  West Nyack, NY 10994 – 845-553-9516

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