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Instructional Stategies to Inspire Learning

EDU-924
3 Credits
Online
4.59/5.00
EDU-924
3 Credits
Online
4.59/5.00

How can teachers inspire learning in the K-12 classroom? Enhance student achievement by pairing strategies with course content. Instructional Strategies to Inspire Learning is designed for teachers to implement Robert Marzano's nine strategies with additional McREL 2010 research to increase achievement. Teachers will apply a framework for instructional planning with strategies that creates an engaging classroom environment that inspires learning. In our diverse and linguistically rich classrooms the strategies are effective and valued tools for teachers. The strategies can be taught to in person or to virtual classrooms. Teachers will gather resources from videos of classrooms applyiing the strategies.  This course aligns the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

NOTE: Required book must be purchased separately.

This course is applicable towards the Curriculum Design and Assessment Certificate and Student Engagement Certificate.

Sharon Owyang

Instructor
Teaching and learning have been the focus and passion of my career. From teaching middle school and high school and guiding professional curriculum in-services, I have gathered instructional strategies for teachable moments in the classroom. I want to provide teachers with relevant and timely instructional resources that can be applied in your classroom. I believe in seizing the time to share vibrant engaging lessons, scaffold learning, and creating learning experiences for your curricular content. My courses provide the opportunity to apply research-based, high-yield Instructional Strategies to Inspire Learning, a focus on the Achievement Gap: Teacher’s Role, and Essential Strategies to promote Achieving in English Language Arts. I look forward to working with you online.