Price $50.00

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Course Features
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Language: English
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15 hours/60 days
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Renewal Course: 20 Credits
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Study Level: Intermediate
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Certificate of Completion

Delivery, Enrollment, and Facilitation

This is a mastery-based course with no discussion forums. The course will be delivered in a fully online format. This course is non-facilitated, and is designed to be completed independently. It is self-paced, with an enrollment period of 60 days, which begins immediately upon confirmation of registration. A Help Forum is included in the course that will be carefully monitored by a full-time online facilitator.

Description

This self-paced learning module is an eLearning experience that offers an in-depth look at South Carolina Teaching Standards (SCTS) 4.0 indicators that create and promote an appropriate, instructional setting using problem solving. The Problem-Solving module is designed to provide supplemental reading and research to clarify appropriate practices that meet the expectations for the 4.0 rubric. This exploration of the rubric is focused on the teachers planning, presentation, and development of problem-solving strategies. Through the learning module, you will have the opportunity to collect evidence, and see observational evidence that supports the “Problem-Solving” indicator of the South Carolina Teaching Standards (SCTS) 4.0 Rubric. The purpose of this learning module is to provide further background into the concept of problem-solving and to provide a possible resource for a teacher who might be looking to refine/extend/support his or her own professional growth in problem solving. This learning module is not designed to enhance or replicate evaluator training.

Major Assessment Artifact

In the Major Assessment Artifact for this learning module, you will write a 400 – 500 word reflection summary of your own current and future problem solving activities. In your summary, you will reflect on the readings and your own instructional practices for the two to three problem-solving types selected from the rubric. In your summary, include how you can be an intentional educator who designs instructional approaches, which generate a variety of opportunities for problem-solving on a routine basis for students to meet the demands for College and Career Readiness. 

Prerequisites

This is an intermediate level course for teachers, literacy coaches, curriculum specialists, professional development specialists, or other school personnel. Participants are expected to have regular access to computers with Internet access. In addition, participants should be proficient with browsing the Internet, uploading and downloading content, navigating to computer files, and with using word processing software, email, and attachments.

Required Materials

All materials in this course are the property of the South Carolina Department of Education Office of VirtualSC PD. All course materials needed/required for the workshop are available online.