This course is designed to provide health educators with the ability to be able to defend and describe a coordinated school health program. This course will provide the tools necessary to implement the program within the school setting. It is also designed to provide health educators with knowledge and awareness of both the National and State Standards in health education. Candidates will critique pre-written health curricula to determine their usability. Prerequisite(s): None. 3 semester hours
On-line: 5/5 thru 6/14/2014
Instructor: L. Gibbons Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 5373
SCE 595A Special Topics: Great Lakes Science, 1 sh
All participants must be registered for and participating in the Digital Learning experience at the Shedd Aquarium: The Great Lakes Science Badge Program: http://www.sheddaquarium.org/digital_learning.html All classwork must be completed within the spring 2014 term: March 31 thru June 22, 2014. Questions: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This course, aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards and designed for classroom teachers, encourages the active exploration of the Great Lakes. The curriculum challenges students on Invasive Species, Environmental Literacy, Science Literacy, and 21st Century Skills. Participants will enhance their competency in teaching about the Great Lakes environment and science while integrating 21st century skills into their K-12 classroom lessons. Participants will uncover relevant connections to their current teaching practice and the natural world. This course is offered in partnership with the Shedd Aquarium.
Online: 3/31 thru 6/22
Instructor: H. Schneider