Updated: Nov 11, 2019
From Population Education:
"Last Chance to Earn Grad Credits/ PD Hours Online This Fall!
Make science and social studies education more hands-on for your students while still meeting content standards! Educators will acquire student-centered learning strategies and activities that use contemporary issues and real-world data to explore the impact of human population growth.
- Teach secondary science or social studies (including AP subjects or EE)?
- Want access to dozens of lesson plans aligned to national and state standards? - Enjoy collaborating with other educators looking to better engage their students? - Need graduate credits or PD clock hours?
If so, register for Population Education's 8-week, online course starting October 14th! Designed for science and social studies educators of grades 6-12, this course is an ideal fit for subjects like Environmental Science, World Geography, Human Geography, Biology/ Life Science, and their AP counterparts. Participants explore how to teach topics such as global development, natural resources, and environmental sustainability.
We know you're busy, so our course is asynchronous, allowing you to work on your own schedule."
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