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Becoming An Innovative Instructor


Professional Development / Winter/Spring 2022 Professional Development -
Professional Development 2021 - 2022

W22-11046 BECOMING AN INNOVATIVE INSTRUCTOR

Richard Faber - Fabes888@gmail.com

3 Credits - Inservice - April 13 - June 15

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge base for professionals in an era of school restructuring, technological innovation and social change. Teachers and administrators will learn first-hand about innovative practices and recent research in the field. Topics include: student self-assessment, teacher reflection, cooperative learning, mentoring, the use of technology in schools, home-school communication, inclusion to support learning diversity and the challenge of school restructuring. Also covers the dilemma children face who are experiencing difficulty in learning situations because of ethnic group frustrations in the community, problems of social adjustment, socio-economic inequities and learning gaps. The role of the school in facilitating the program for children of various cultures to become valued members of the community is discussed. Activities, content and material are related to current and relevant frameworks and standards.

W22-11046 Closed

  Richard A Faber


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Sun-Sat, Apr 13 - Jun 15
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