P009-7777.1S19 - Habitat Ecology for Educators (HELP)
|Course Description: The Habitat Ecology Learning Program is a creative way to integrate multiple subjects and research-based pedagogical strategies to teach science! The learning experiences in this course, which align with NYS Elementary Science Standards and Common Core Learning Standards, will help teachers strengthen their content knowledge of animal habitats, evolution, biology, and ecology. Teachers will also develop pedagogical skills like utilizing inquiry-based learning and teaching for conceptual change to enhance students' understanding of life science.
In addition, teachers will develop specific strategies to highlight the impact that human activities can have on wildlife and wild places in a way that inspires students to take conservation action. Finally, teachers will learn how to utilize the exhibit spaces at the zoo to support authentic learning. Each teacher will receive WCS Curriculum and supplemental resources to help encourage students to explore the richness of ecology- both in the classroom and in a local park, nature center, or zoo.
|Status: Open for Registration||Registration Deadline: 04/21/2019||Start Date: 04/22/2019||End Date: 04/27/2019|
|Location: 450 Flatbush Ave. , Brooklyn, NY, 11215||Prof. Dev. Hours: 36||No. of P-Credits: 3||Categories: Science|
|Restricted: No||CTLE Area:||Grades: 3,4,5,6,7|
3b : Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques
3c : Engaging Students in Learning
|Education Partner Information|
|Education Partner: Wildlife Conservation Society||Contact: email@example.com|
|Instructor # 1: Christine DeMauro||Instructor # 2:|
|ASPDP Fee: $125.00||Education Partner Fee: $250.00||Materials Fee: $0.00||Total Fees: $375.00|
|ASPDP Payment Instruction: Registration can be completed online with a credit card, by going to https://wcs.education/PDRegistration, selecting the course you are interested in, and clicking “Register Now”. Follow the prompts onscreen to complete registration and payment. If you would like to pay via check, please call 718-220-5136 for instructions.|