• The Online Teaching Endorsement at Metro RESA is a GaPSC approved preparation program that provides approved candidates with the coursework and related field experience required to add the Online Teaching Endorsement to a current standard Georgia Professional Certificate.  The Online Teaching Endorsement classes will consist of K-12 educators who have a desire to strengthen their online instructional knowledge, skills, and disposition. There will be opportunities to differentiate the tasks across grade levels, content areas, and service areas.

    Participants are required to implement online instructional lessons through integration of TKES, National Standards for Quality Online Learning, iNACOL, and InTASC. 

  • Course I: A Foundation for Effective Online Teaching (50 hours/5 PLUs)

  • Course II: Coaching Educators Through Effective Online Teaching (50 hours/5 PLUs)

  • Course III: Effective Online Teaching in Action (50 hours/5 PLUs)

  • Course Resource Requirements

  • Courses are designed to be taken in sequence, beginning with A Foundation for Effective Online Teaching and ending with Effective Online Teaching in Action.  The Online Teaching Endorsement is divided into three courses consisting of 5 PLUs each. Successful completion of all three courses is required to add the Online Teaching Endorsement to a base certificate.

  • Overview

  • Learning Outcomes

  • Admission Requirements

  • Tuition Costs

  • For more information, contact the Metro RESA Online Teaching Endorsement Coordinator, Wendy Grey.  

Meet the Coordinator

  • Wendy Grey, Metro RESA Online Teaching Endorsement Coordinator

    Wendy Grey currently serves as the Online Teaching Endorsement Coordinator for Metro RESA.  In addition to her role as Coordinator, Wendy teaches courses for the endorsement and serves on the Metro RESA website and Learning Management System team.  Wendy began her career as an elementary classroom teacher in Douglas County Schools.  She became known as the “go-to” person for all things technology during her tenure as a teacher.  Wendy went on to work as a Technical Support Analyst Team Lead, a Network Analyst, and the Manager of Instructional Technology for Douglas County Schools.  In 2010, Wendy accepted a position as the Title IID Program Manager, overseeing Federal grant funds.  She later became the Project Manager for the Race to the Top Grant.  Wendy currently teaches Early Childhood Care and Education at West Georgia Technical College in Douglasville.  She teaches dual enrollment and traditional high school students in face-to-face, hybrid, and online classes where Wendy enjoys infusing her lessons with technology to engage students.