Learn and practice implementing project-based learning in your classroom.
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.
- (NYC) 3 P Credits towards BA+30, BA+60, and MA+30 salary differentials.
ASPDP Catalog Code: P187-0109.1S18
To earn P credits, follow these two steps:
Step 1: Register with ASPDP. You can do this by logging into ASPDP at http://schools.nyc.gov/teachers/aspdp/, searching for Quikitech in the course catalog to select your choice of courses, and paying the ASPDP fee for the courses.
Step 2: Register with Quikitech. You can do this by adding to cart the matching courses you will be taking with ASPDP, and paying the Education Partner fee for the courses. Your account will be automatically created for you upon checkout.
Important Spring 2018 Semester Dates:
ASPDP registration begins 1/9/18
Coursework opens on 2/5/18
ASPDP registration ends 4/2/18
Coursework ends on 6/8/18
- (NYC) 36 hours towards NYS CTLE Professional Development.
- (All Educators) 3 graduate-level PDUs.
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Course number: EDKU 9136
For the non-NYC version of this course, click here.
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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“I thoroughly enjoyed this class. Feedback was thorough and quick. The assignments were engaging and challenging.”
“I will use the knowledge gained from this class to formulate essential questions and collaborative projects across content areas.”