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Course Description

This course is designed to help teachers and administrators understand best practices to establish a PDS relationship with UMW. This course will also explore how to use co-teaching to best integrate teacher candidates into the classroom.

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Co-Teaching in a PDS will provide research-based support and guidance on best practices in co-teaching and development partnerships between schools and higher-education institutions. The course will review the 9 essentials of a Professional Development School to help provide a base for the work in the partnership. It will also explore the different co-teaching models and how they can be integrated to support student interns and have a positive impact on student learning.

Learner Outcomes

Understand the 9 Essentials from the National Association for Professional Development Schools (NAPDS)

Identify the key components of a successful PDS partnership

Understand the roles and relationships at a PDS site

Understand how to engage in effective planning and assessment while co-teaching

Identify the key-characteristics of the six co-teaching models

Understand how co-teaching strategies can be used with pre-service teachers to help further their development

 

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Section Title
Co-Teaching in a PDS
Type
Discussion
Days
M, T, W
Time
12:00AM to 11:59PM
Dates
Jul 18, 2022 to Jul 20, 2022
Type
Discussion
Days
Th
Time
9:00AM to 2:00PM
Dates
Jul 21, 2022
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
76.9
Location
  • Online Course
  • Fredericksburg Main Campus
Delivery Options
In-class  
Online  
Course Fee(s)
Tuition credit (1 units) $349.00 Click here to get more information
Available for Credit
1 units