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The course focuses on project-based learning, enabling participants to develop unit plans, guided by a driving question which leads to a public group project by students.
Teachers need to have access to appropriate grade-level and subject area standards.
After completing this training course, you will earn 0.6 CEUs and a certificate of completion in your Adventist Learning Community e-portfolio.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Betty F. Nugent, EdD, is an educator with more than 30 years of experience as a teacher, grant writer, special projects coordinator, and administrator. At the university level she has served as a supervisor of student teachers and professor of various educational methods courses. Dr. Nugent graduated from Southern Adventist University, Andrews University, and Walden University. She has authored several articles in educational journals and currently teaches at Forest Lake Academy in Apopka, FL.
Good to learn about the projects.
A simplistic start at a basic understanding of project based learning. The suggested readings provide more detail than the course does. I wish there were examples of what PBL could look like in the course and an explanation of PBL and how to manage stude... Read More
Very Informative with many examples of what PBL looks like along with assessments. Now the question would be how would one implement such learning during this pandemic since social distancing is required.