Learn from the expert on curriculum mapping in this first of two courses developed with Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs. Understand how to incorporate mapping in classrooms to enrich curricula and have a powerful impact on student performance. You will finish the course with a complete peer-reviewed plan to adjust the scope and sequence of your curriculum to apply in your classroom right away.
This follow up to Curriculum Mapping I shifts the focus from classroom data mapping to schoolwide curriculum planning, and explores the role of curriculum mapping teams. Analyze and refine the data in your curriculum maps, then apply seven phases of review and revision to develop one for your school. Note: Curriculum Mapping I must be completed before enrollment in this course.
Help your 3rd- to 5th-graders think algebraically by learning strategies for incorporating algebra in your classroom. Explore the algebraic content in your current teachings and develop a connection between algebra and mathematics.
Course content is identical to TECH315. Reconocer aacute;n cómo mediante la integración de tecnología, se pueden diseñar actividades de aprendizaje cooperativo que motivan a los estudiantes a trabajar juntos y a compartir retos en su proceso de aprendizaje mientras desarrollan habilidades de pensamiento crítico.
Make mathematics accessible and understandable for all students, including those with disabilities. In this course, you will learn how to adapt your own curricula and work with special needs teachers to help your students succeed in the classroom. As your final task, you will develop a plan that builds accessibility strategies into your daily teachings.
Find teaching resources and program information such as episode descriptions and educational learning goals for PBS KIDS shows.
Activity Packs are a growing library of theme-based widgets containing links to high-quality PBS resources and activities for multiple grade levels. If you like one, grab it!
Find historical examples of conflicts and how they were resolved, and help provide strategies to students currently developing conflict resolution skills.
Consider that before Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, several young women did the same. Learn about lesser known African American heroes.