Developing Topics: Using Differentiating Instructional Methods, Holiday, Summer 2020
||EDU 5515 C09 (graduate), EDU 4710 CFS8 (undergraduate)
||Online using digital archives and Zoom videoconferencing
Dates and Times:
June 29 - August 14, 2020
||3 graduate credits
This course of study will include a selection of topics in academic disciplines based on the needs and interests of the participants. It is intended for students and administrators seeking continuing study, and middle school and high school educators seeking advanced study in content areas.
Through Zoom sessions, workshops, readings and virtual fieldwork, participants will explore the environment and history of selected sites in England. Participants will work to produce and develop integrated and differentiated standards - based lessons, complete with assessment products for implementation in a classroom. This course is designed to be adaptable for all grade levels and content areas, and for veteran and aspiring teachers and administrators.
Participants will develop integrated lessons to be shared. The lesson plans will be based upon instruction and will be wholly reproducible as digital resources made available for Castleton University and the public domain.
Coursework will include readings and film work followed by assessment.
- Attendance - Participants are expected to attend each session for the full length of the session, both virtual fieldwork and class sessions.
- Successful completion of all assignments
- Schedule will be provided
- Assessment requirements will be sent to students
- Develop new curriculum/programs or a series of lessons to be integrated into the school district’s curriculum.
- All work completed is for the public domain.
- A general reflection at the end of the course.
ALL final projects will be shared with firstname.lastname@example.org
Required Readings/Texts: (required texts not included in cost of course)
Readings will include sources applicable to the instructor's topics.
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