Learning and teaching are easier when students are engaged in their own learning, not only in their formal schooling. There is a vast difference between these two types of engagement. Student-centered strategies in the classroom advance the instructional practice and improve students’ academic performance by making learning more meaningful.
This interdisciplinary course features the Finnish know-how of education and helps teachers to unlock their instructional potential by showing connections between pedagogy, students’ learning dispositions, and teachers’ instructional choices in the classroom.
What You Need To Know
- This course will provide you with 3 Graduate Credits through Ashland University.
- Courses start on September 1st, 2016 and end on August 31st, 2017.
- Note: (Rolling Admissions. Self-paced course. Register anytime. Complete course within semester dates)
- Credit Cost: $150 per graduate credit x 3 = $450* (Payable to Ashland University)
- Course Cost: $149 per course (Payable to NaMaYa)
- Length: 36 Contact Hours
*Credit Cost is lower if you are part of a Group/Bulk Registration with 20+ Teachers. To inquire more about that, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget to register with Ashland University in order to earn Graduate Credits. Failure to register with Ashland University before the end date will disqualify participants from earning credits.
*Strict refund policy on Ashland University fees. Only exceptions are for documented medical emergency and must be approved by PDS Director.