EPC 564 Problem Solving Learners
Course Number: EPC 564
Course Title: Problem Solving Learners
Class #: TBA
Online Dates: March 2 - 30, 2013
Classroom Dates: Saturdays, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 2013
Classroom Times: 9:00am-3:00pm
Location: Online and USM Lewiston Campus
Faculty: Lee Anna Stirling
Credit: Three (3) Inservice Graduate Credits
Tuition/Fees: $1,324.00 (Maine Resident)
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With examples, planning and implementation steps as resources, you will plan a unit, for any subject, in which your students work to solve a relevant problem. Assessment strategies, reasoning skills, scaffolding structures to ensure success, and elements of problem-based learning, expeditionary learning and service learning will be discussed. The unit will forward your students' achievement of curriculum content standards, critical thinking, communications, creativity/innovation, interdependent learning, self-directed learning and appropriate use of technology.
Dean, C.B, Hubbell, E.R., Pitler, H. & Stone, B. (2012). Classroom instruction that works (Second edition). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.
Boss, S & Krauss, J. (2007). Reinventing project based learning: Your field guide to real-world projects in the digital age. Eugene, OR: ISTE
Chinese Teacher Education Program
The Chinese Teacher Education Program for K-12 educators will provide an opportunity for K-12 educators to become proficient in Mandarin Chinese, earn K-12 World Language Teacher Certification, and to use that coursework as a concentration in a 33 credit master’s degree program for teachers or a 30 credit post-masters Certificate of Advanced Study.
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