Learn about and put into practice a proven effective instructional approach for preparing our students not just to face the real world, but to make it better! Project-Based Learning: Connecting Classrooms to the Real World offers teachers a convincing argument for implementing project-based learning (PBL) in their classrooms to promote success in academia, in future professions, and in life. Teachers will be equipped with practical tools and resources to take steps toward, or even fully dive into, a research-proven more satisfying and effective way to teach.
This course provides the following types of credit:
(Massachusetts) 45 PDPs.
Approved by Mass Department of ESE for PDPs. Also listed on MyLearningPlan for Boston Public School teachers.
Note: PDPs are determined by the number of clock hours. The number of PDPs may vary according to participant, up to a maximum of 45 PDPs. Participants must document their clock hours in order to receive credit.
(General) 3 graduate-level PDUs.
Transcripts in sealed envelope provided by Brandman University. University processing fee not included; $90 per credit + course fee.
Course number: EDKU 9136
Please check with your school district or local authority on whether the kind of credit this course provides can be used towards meeting your professional development, salary differential, or credential renewal needs.
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