Instructional Strategies That Work for all Disciplines
Instructor: Natalie Porter-McCuiston
Dates/Time: Saturdays, September 30, October 14, 21, 3, November 18, 25, 2017, 8 am – 5 pm
Location: Payne ES, 1445 C Street, SE
DCPS IMPACT Alignment: Essential Practice 1-5
Earn: 45 Professional Learning Units (PLUs)/3 Recertification Hours in Content Knowledge
This course offers a cognitive research-based approach to lesson planning and design in order to develop a comprehensive instructional plan. Participants consider the concepts of standards, curriculum and a course map as they generate unit and lesson plans that promote independent learning for students. In this course, instructional strategies are taught in the context of purpose and appropriateness for supporting student learning. The information in this course can be applied in K-12 settings and is particularly helpful for students with special needs.
$150 (Full Dues)
This course also offers graduate credit from Trinity University for an additional $375. Click here to complete the required Trinity University registration form.