The College of Education, Health, and Human Services's Teacher Academy, founded in May 2006, is designed to provide an avenue for focused and timely study in areas of special interest. Teacher Academy sessions are regularly available for undergraduate or graduate credit, are sometimes open to the general public, and have sometimes featured sustained and focused instruction in areas of special concern to area school districts.
Upcoming Teacher Academies
Preparing for the Next Generation of Science Standards K-12
PDED 418BL – CRN: 18444
PDED 518BL – CRN: 18445
1 Credit Hour
Dr. Greg Johnson, Science Consultant Wayne RESA
Face-to-face meeting: November 10, 2015 from 8:30 am until 2:30 pm (meets at UM-Dearborn Fairlane Center South, 19000 Hubbard Dr., Room 194)
Online: November 11 through December 12, 2015
K-12 Teachers and Administrators
Topics Covered Include:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the vision that the National Research Council has described in the free publication, Framework for K-12 Science Education: Practices, Crosscutting Concepts and Core Ideas
- Demonstrate an understanding of the performance expectations described in the Next Generation Science Standards released by Achieve, Inc.
- Developing Online Resources to Support Learning Around Specific Topics
Participants will learn how to use a variety of different technologies in order to “flip” their current or future classroom. This will include using a learning management system (LMS) to create an online learning space and learning to create a variety of multimedia elements for instructional purposes.