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Current Best Practices in SLM - Part 2
 
The newly adopted Maryland School Library Media Standards for Learners, Librarians, and Libraries detail practices to empower School Library Media Specialists to transform teaching and learning. They enable school librarians to influence and lead in their schools, systems, and the state and to develop plans that meet today’s educational landscape for learners, school librarians, and school libraries.

This book study is designed to guide participants in a more in-depth investigation of current best practices in School Library Media services. Through reading, discussion, and journaling, participants will gain familiarity with ways in which these standards support teaching and learning. Each week participants will examine a Shared Foundation in depth and will submit an activity to demonstrate their learning.

Prerequisite: Familiarity with the Maryland School Library Media Standards for Learners, Librarians, and Libraries is
necessary to ensure success in this course.

Required text:
National School Library Standards for Learners, School Librarians, and School Libraries. ALA Editions, an Imprint of the American Library Association, 2018.

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Dates Dates: June 23 - August 3 - The online courses are asynchronous. The start and end dates represent the first and last date of the semester, not the meeting dates.
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Status Status: 12 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
Early Talent Development
 
This course familiarizes educators with the characteristics and needs of young gifted students with the goal of recognizing and documenting early evidence of advanced learning behaviors, particularly in historically under-represented student groups. Early childhood educators will be introduced to strategies for challenging every child and nurturing students’ potential for higher-level thinking, creativity, and problem-solving. The course is aligned with the Maryland State Department of Education's Primary Talent Development Early Learning Program, PreK-2.

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Dates Dates: June 9 - August 10. The online courses are asynchronous. The start and end dates represent the first and last date of the semester, not the meeting dates.
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Status Status: 8 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
Elementary Mathematics: Fractions Part B
 
This online course will continue to build upon the foundational concepts of fractions that were introduced and This online course will build upon the foundational concepts of fractions. Participants will begin by examining and discussing a model comparing fractions and reasoning with fractions applicable to grades 3-5. Following these initial lessons, the remainder of the course will focus on fraction operations. In addition to written assignments, discussion posts, and readings, participants will complete a final project that reflects all course activities. NOTE: Fraction Fundamentals: Part A is not a required pre-requisite for this course. More
Dates Dates: June 9 - August 10. The online courses are asynchronous. The start and end dates represent the first and last date of the semester, not the meeting dates.
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Status Status: 11 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
Middle School Ratios & Proportional Relationships
 
This in-depth course assists middle school mathematics teachers in planning and delivering effective instruction on ratios and proportional relationships in their Grades 6-8 classrooms. Participants closely examine the Maryland College and Career-Ready Standards, the corresponding Framework, and Universal Design for Learning—and then revisit materials they currently use. In addition, participants analyze and develop assessment items to check for student understanding and guide instructional practice. More
Dates Dates: June 9 - August 10. The online courses are asynchronous. The start and end dates represent the first and last date of the semester, not the meeting dates.
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Status Status: 7 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
Teaching Physical Education to Everyone
 
This course is intended for physical education teachers and other school personnel who have an interest in increasing their knowledge regarding adapted physical education. This course will provide participants numerous instructional strategies for teaching students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment. More
Dates Dates: June 9 - August 10. The online courses are asynchronous. The start and end dates represent the first and last date of the semester, not the meeting dates.
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Status Status: 5 open seats left
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