Workshop Series: Learning in the 21st Century Classroom
Dates: February 28; March 14; April 11; May 9, 2013
Location: 301 Bailey Hall, USM Gorham Campus
Credit: 1.0 CEUs ($20 processing fee)
Cost: $90.00 (all four sessions) includes refreshments
Presenter: Tom Lafavore, Ed.D.
Registration: Please contact 780-5055 or 780-5054 to register or download the registration flyer. Space is limited, pre-registration is required.
The emphasis of this series of four workshops is how educators and school leaders can collaborate on creating curriculum, instructional and assessment strategies to meet present Common Core standards’ mandates, and to ensure students possess 21st Century skills. The workshops will provide participants knowledge and skills to take back to their workplace colleagues, and share their experiences with other workshop participants in a community of learners’ environment. In addition, the workshops use a scaffold approach so that knowledge and skills learned in one session form a foundation for what is discussed in the following sessions. The workshops are also designed so participants can collaborate with each other on ways to incorporate the knowledge and skills into practice.
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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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For information about the upcoming fall 2013 course please click here.