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EDUC 505 - Dynamics of Adult Learning and Professional Collaboration

A growing body of evidence has shown that professional collaboration of teachers is a significant factor in school improvement. Teachers, learners, and school systems benefit in a variety of ways when teachers are able to collaborate on matters of curriculum, instruction, and professional development. From adult learning theory and learner-focused professional development to teaching in higher education, students will examine the unique aspects of creating, facilitating, and assessing adult learning. In addition, students will examine effective coaching and mentoring strategies and ethical considerations of leadership to foster effective collaboration with new and experienced teachers.

EDUC 505 - Dynamics of Adult Learning and Professional Collaboration - Details

Prerequisite
None
Credits
3
Offered:
Spring, Summer
Online:
Yes
Graduate Course:
Yes