Winter 2: February 26 -April 5 (ONLINE INSTRUCTOR FACILITATED)
Not sure which credit option to choose? Learn more about each credit option here and review your state/district requirements.
45 Professional Development/Clock Hours: $590
- Idioma Professional Development Certificate (accepted by most states)
- Approved Illinois CPDU Certificate through partnership with CEII
- Approved Massachusetts PDP Certificate
- Approved New York CTLE Certificate
- Approved Pennsylvania ACT48 Certificate
- Approved Texas CPE Certificate
3 Graduate-Level Credits
- PEDD 9207: University of the Pacific: $925
- CLDE 591 LATN 505: CSU Pueblo SOCIAL JUSTICE IN LATIN: $950
- PDLL 580ID : Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU): $1005
This course will look at ways that participants can create more opportunities to engage in social justice in the Latin curriculum. This course will look at three prongs engaging with social justice: intercultural competency, culturally responsive teaching, and creating an inclusive classroom climate. Through exploring these three different ways of looking at opportunities to increase awareness of social justice, participants will come away with strategies, activities, and assessments to create a more equitable and inclusive classroom and curriculum.
This course would be a great way for both novice and experienced Latin teachers to connect with other Latin teachers, collaborate on activities, and reflect deeply on how they can implement intercultural competency, culturally responsive teaching, and an inclusive climate in their classes. There will be many opportunities for creating lessons and brainstorming activities. The lessons, assignments, discussion topics, and writing prompts of this course can easily be modified to fit any Latin class at the middle, secondary, or university level. The course will rely heavily on the performance descriptors, sample performance indicators and sample progress indicators included in the revised Standards for Classical Language Learning, the ACTFL Standards for Intercultural Competence, and the Learning for Justice Frameworks.
Required Texts (must be purchased prior to course start date)
Online weekly learning modules, collaborative discussion boards and instructor feedback. This course is not self-paced.
Students who matriculate into an Instructor-Facilitated course should adhere to the dates listed on the website. Final coursework should be submitted within one week after the course end date. Course extensions beyond one week are subject to a $50 fee.
About the Instructor
Maureen Lamb, Read more about Maureen on Our Team page!
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