The Effective Teaching Strategies professional development modules promote and support the components of Charlotte Danielson’s The Framework for Teaching in terms of what effective teachers should know and be able to do in their profession. These modules provide evidence-based research, practical classroom examples, opportunities for practice, formative and summative assessments, and additional tools and resources designed to improve teacher practice, explore effective teaching, and promote student achievement.
Comprised of over 40 modules, ranging from five to fifteen hours in duration, and each module is assigned to an experienced and trained instructor who supports the individual teacher and facilitates job-embedded learning and reflection along the way.
There are three different module types:
- Stand-alone modules in which participants can take an isolated course
- Prerequisite modules in which participants would take a sequence of modules
- Deepening Knowledge modules, which have identified tiered levels of novice, intermediate, and advanced.
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Course Dates and Fees
Rolling enrollment – Participants can enroll and begin at anytime one-to-one participant to instructor ratio
$15 per credit hour
Graduate credit is not currently available for these courses. A Certificate of Completion will be provided to all successful participants.
Prerequisites and Resources
Any required resources or prerequisite courses or skills are noted in the course descriptions here