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 INST120: Creating Units to Support Differing Learning Styles:
Develop a curriculum that meets the diverse learning needs of your students by assessing their learning styles and then creating a technology-based lesson plan to support these learning styles.

(30 hours)
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 INST125: Building Critical Thinking Skills for Online Research:
Become familiar with information search process models, combine elements from several models to create your own model, and then apply the model to an Internet-based lesson or unit in your classroom.

(30 hours)
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 INST300: Curriculum Mapping I by Heidi Hayes Jacobs:
Know the history and purpose of curriculum mapping, the role an individual teacher plays in curriculum mapping, types of maps, and the various data collected in maps.

(30 hours)
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 INST305: Curriculum Mapping II by Heidi Hayes Jacobs:
This course shifts the focus from classroom data mapping to school-wide curriculum planning. Study the role of curriculum mapping teams before looking at your school's goals to determine the best configuration of such a team. You will analyze and refine the data in your curriculum maps and then apply seven phases of review and revision to develop a curriculum map for your school.

(30 hours)
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