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SCIE508

Ecosystems and Human Impact - Special Collection: Teachers' Domain, produced by WGBH Boston

Course Description:

A topic immersion course on Teaching Elementary Life Science.
Examine the complex interactions of living and nonliving things that comprise an ecosystem. Explore a range of effective questioning techniques and discussion strategies for the classroom that can provide a context for understanding the nature of human impact on ecosystems.

Note: The content of this topic immersion course is drawn from our full survey course Teaching Elementary Life Science (SCIE500). When planning their professional development, learners should select either the full survey course or choose one or more of the topic immersion component courses.

Note: This is a facilitated course. Learners submit coursework and participate in asynchronous discussions throughout the course term, and receive graded feedback.

For assignments and evaluation details, see the full Syllabus.

The number of hours identified for each course reflects time spent online, but does not reflect the total time spent completing offline coursework and assignments. All learners are different and you will likely spend double the indicated number of hours completing all coursework depending on your learning style and work habits.

Graduate Credit Information:
Graduate credit may be obtained from the provider(s) listed below, for an additional fee after the course begins.
Adams State University - 2.0 credits - pricing
Madonna University - 2.0 credits - pricing
University of Missouri - Kansas City - 2.0 credits - pricing
University of Central Missouri - 2.0 credits - pricing
Washburn University - 2.0 credits - pricing
Subject Area:
Science
Grade Level:
Kindergarten-4th
Hours:
30.0

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