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A Quick Course in Quality Service Learning
 
Service-learning can be a dynamic instructional strategy that can help transform classrooms into real-life learning labs. ?Explore how you can use this methodology to teach existing course content, improve students? academic engagement and performance, and make your community stronger. More
Dates Dates: July 12 - August 22 - 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: 17 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Digital Portfolios for Enhancing Learning
 
This course is designed to provide K-12 educators with an in-depth understanding of how to develop ePortfolios while building content knowledge and exemplifying best practices in education. Participants will be required to evaluate and select digital portfolio tools that can be used in their school and to create a student digital portfolio action plan to be implemented in their class. Participants will also develop a strategy for the creation of a teacher digital portfolio to document growth in education. More
Dates Dates: June 21 - August 22 - 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: Full
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Early Talent Development
 
Online course for teachers Pk-2nd grade to learn to implement the Primary Talent Development (PTD) program to learn to identify and nurture students while teaching this special curriculum. More
Dates Dates: June 21 - August 22 - 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
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Grade 10 English Language Arts/Literacy
 
The nine learning modules in this 3-credit course take participants from the basics of understanding the MD College & Career-Ready Standards for English Grade 10 to developing a CCSS-infused lesson. Throughout the course, you will use a variety of tools to build your understanding about CCSS integration, including discussion forums, videos and interactive resources. After building your foundation of understanding, you will identify one unit of study for your grade and design and create a well-structured, engaging and rigorous literary task analysis to use in your classroom. More
Dates Dates: June 21 - August 22 - 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: 19 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Middle School Ratios & Proportional Relationships
 
This new, 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 21 - August 22 - 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: 17 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Online Teaching in Maryland
 
This updated online course prepares participants to facilitate online courses for students and for other educators. Readings, hands-on activities, asynchronous and synchronous discussions, role-playing activities and other activities support learning the pedagogy behind successful online learning, teaching, and assessment. PREREQUISITE: Participants must be highly qualified teachers and must have successfully completed at least one online course. More
Dates Dates: June 21 - August 22 - 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: 4 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Practical Applications of ELA Methods K-2
 
This online course is designed to assist teachers in re-examining and revising lessons through the lens of the Maryland College and Career-Ready Standards (MCCRS) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). In this course, you will explore the standards in the PreK through 2 grade band. You will learn how the MCCRS scaffold the skills students need to be successful readers, speakers, and writers across elementary primary ELA instruction, and you will see connections among those standards and the literary selections typically taught in Grades PreK, K, 1 and 2. More
Dates Dates: June 21 - August 22 - 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: 16 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Teaching EL in the Secondary Classroom
 
The goal of this course is to help secondary teachers increase their knowledge of effective instructional methods and approaches for improving English learners' academic success in social studies, science, and mathematics. The course incorporates profiles of English learners, cross-cultural communication, literacy development, and classroom assessment. Participants will learn strategies used in both content and English language development classrooms. More
Dates Dates: July 26 - August 22 - 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: 18 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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Teaching PE to Challenging Populations
 
This course is the third in MSDE's series of three online courses for K-12 physical education teachers, special education teachers, instructional specialists, and curriculum specialists. Upon completion of this course, teachers will know the types of disabling conditions of students typically found in the separate adapted physical education class and be able to identify students who require placement outside of general physical education. By examining the organizational strategies and modifications, participants will learn to plan appropriate instruction for students in the separate adapted physical education class--and to help their students locate opportunities beyond the classroom for participation in lifetime/leisure activity. More
Dates Dates: June 21 - August 22 - 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: Full
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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