Math & Science
Discover dozens of ways to involve your students in fun, environmentally sustainable and earth-friendly projects. You will learn how to tie their learning in these areas to academic subjects.
Learn how to create native plant gardens, water and energy conservation programs, recycling and composting stations and functional, as well as earth-friendly eco-roofs.
In addition, low energy transportation options will be discussed, including bicycling and public transportation. Learn about community-based art projects to beautify schools and your neighborhoods.
The Co-Instructor for this course is Christopher Naze, M.Ed.
|We advise you to review and download a summary of the course syllabus before registering.||Summary|
• The handout information packet that is purchased from the instructor. • Two books of your choice, or similar texts, from the bibliography provided.
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This course meets OSPI's STEM requirements
When mathematics is taught with real-world lessons, students develop long-term conceptual understanding. The challenge for K-8 teachers is where and how to integrate these lessons. The three pedagogical practices of Problem-based learning, Project-based learning and Inquiry around five foundational skills for mathematics are key concepts. You will learn to create tasks rooted in a real-life connection to these concepts. Research suggests that a strong foundation in these areas is key for math success. $5 material fee due to instructor after registration