Planning For Instructional Strategies & Learning Activities-HSU Course

Humboldt State University Subject & Catalog: EDUC x701
Class Number: 31268
Units: 1
Price: $115

In this post-baccalaureate course provided through Humboldt State University, participants will learn the importance of aligning your instructional strategies and activities with your learning objectives and plans for assessments. The course will cover the five main instructional strategies, as well as how to choose the most effective strategies and activities that benefit all types of learners.

*This pricing includes Model Teaching’s course fee of $65 & Humboldt State University’s academic credit fee if $50.  You will only be charged $65 at registration.  To request your credits from Humboldt, you will submit your completion certificate and pay the remaining $50 at the completion of the course to receive your academic credit units.

Course Guiding Question:

How does the process of backwards planning, including choosing instructional activities that are aligned with content objectives and assessment, benefit student learning?

Participants Will Be Able To:

  • The importance of aligning your instructional activities with your learning objectives and plans for assessment
  • Five main instructional strategies, and how to choose the most appropriate one
  • The difference between active and passive learning activities
  • How to choose a variety of learning activities that will benefit all types of learners

Shayna Pond, Instructor

Education:
M.S. Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Baylor College of Medicine
Principal Certificate
Rice University
B.S. Physics
Louisiana State University
Experience & Credentials:
Over 10 Years of Teaching or Tutoring Experience
Former Assistant Principal
Former Lead Teacher
President of Action Potential Learning
STATE CERTIFIED TEACHER

1 Credit Unit

This course falls under Humboldt State University’s 700-799 numbering system, for the purposes of credential/licensure designed primarily for electives or professional development/salary advancement purposes.  At the conclusion of the course, Model Teaching will review your submitted content and send the results to Humboldt State University.  This course is for 1 Graduate Credit Unit and requires a minimum passage grade of 80%. Model Teaching is an accredited partner with Humboldt State University.  Upon course completion, you will receive a certificate of completion from Model Teaching, along with instructions to submit to Humboldt State University to receive your Academic Units.

Course Syllabus

Receive a copy of the course syllabus by submitting the form below. Once submitted, we automatically email you a copy.  The syllabus contains detailed and important information on the structure and core content of the course.

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Active & Passive Learning Comparison Guide

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Choosing an Instructional Strategy Matrix-ELEMENTARY SAMPLE

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Cooperative Learning Lesson Plan Template

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Discovery/Inquiry-Based Learning Lesson Plan Template

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Implementation Observation Checklist & Sample

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Instructional Strategies Quick Reference Guide

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Objective and Assessment Planning Worksheet & Sample

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Activity Tracker & Sample

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Choosing an Instructional Strategy Matrix-SECONDARY SAMPLE

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Demonstration Lesson Plan Template

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Effectiveness Rubric

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Instructional Activities & Bloom's Taxonomy Correlation Chart

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Instructional Strategy Plan Worksheet & Sample

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Project-Based Learning Lesson Plan Template

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Choosing an Instructional Strategy Matrix

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Components of Active Learning Activities Quick Reference Guide

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Direct Instruction Lesson Plan Template

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Final Activity-Lesson Planning Template & Sample

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Instructional Activity Plan Worksheet & Sample

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Lesson Analysis Worksheet & Sample

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Strategy & Activity Checklist

Register For The Course Now!

COURSE PRICE: $115.  This pricing includes Model Teaching’s course fee of $65 & Humboldt State University’s transcript fee if $50.  You will only be charged $65 at registration.  To request your credits from Humboldt, you will submit you completion certificate and pay the remaining $50 at the completion of the course to receive your academic credit units.