About the Course

Covers the topics of curriculum theory and instructional practices and processes as they relate to the secondary science classroom, with particular emphasis on the needs of the in-service teacher. Subjects covered include: transforming science knowledge into science literacy; integrating science inquiry into the daily curriculum; orchestrating the laboratory (including lab safety); utilizing technology and internet resources; strategies for teaching science to English language learners; issues of gender equity in science education; issues of cultural diversity in science education; how to meet the needs of diverse learners; science assessments, rubrics, and grading; and designing engaging lessons aligned with the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards (CCSS and NGSS). 

Feb 21 - Apr 04, 2022

213ECM005
Est. Tuition:
$595-645
Learning Format:
Online
Duration:
7 weeks
Enroll

Estimated Tuition

$595 Early Bird Discount
$645 after Feb 12, 2022

Location

Online

Instructor

  • Lindsay Stotts, M.Ed.

Schedule

Feb. 21 - April 4

Textbook

Mandatory:
Title: Assessing Student Learning by Design
Author: McTighe, J & Ferrara, S
ISBN: 978-0807765401

Additional information

May 02 - Jun 13, 2022

214ECM005
Est. Tuition:
$595-645
Learning Format:
Online
Duration:
7 weeks
Enroll

Estimated Tuition

$595 Early Bird Discount
$645 after Apr 23, 2022

Location

Online

Instructor

  • Lindsay Stotts, M.Ed.

Schedule

May 2 - Jun. 13

Textbook

Mandatory:
Title: Assessing Student Learning by Design: Principles and Practices for Teachers and School Leaders
Author: McTighe, J., & Ferrara, S.
ISBN: 9780807765401

Additional information