MSSS Inquiry I: Collaboration and Support
EDUC X 437.75A
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This course facilitates the transition to a Clear Credential by building upon and providing opportunities for demonstration and application of pedagogical knowledge utilizing the plan-teach-reflect-apply approach to conducting an action research inquiry project.
Starting at $350.00
As few as 9 weeks
What you can learn.
- Identify strengths and areas of opportunity in creating and maintaining effective learning environments and supporting student cultural diversity.
- Design an inquiry question aligned to specific individual needs and those of students to study in an action research project.
- Create an action plan to achieve intended outcomes for your own practice and to increase student participation, engagement, and achievement.
- Determine acceptable evidence of the inquiry and the growth of both the educator and students.
About this course:
Collaboration between the Teacher Induction program, program candidates, and school site administrators establishes a professional educational community, ensuring structures that support the activities of the program and coordinating collaboration and support for all program candidates. In order to facilitate the transition from teacher preparation to a clear credential by building upon and providing opportunities for demonstration and application of pedagogical knowledge, concurrent enrollment in this course is required while completing the other Induction program requirements. In addition, participants will be provided with guidance, expectations, requirements, standards, competencies, the procedures regarding seeking a Support Provider, required number of observations, and inquiry cycle forms that are required in the Clear Credential Portfolio. Note: This course is taken concurrently with each Inquiry; thus, this course will be taken three times.
Fall 2019 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.