June 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
Attendance is Required on All Dates, Including:
Poverty Simulation - June 18
Summer Institute - June 19 & 20
This course is designed to provide graduate students with an initial study of issues related to life in poverty and the impact they have on teaching and learning. It includes an introductory study of six standards for teachers of children of poverty, including: life in poverty; the classroom community; family and community partnerships; curriculum design, instructional strategies and assessment; relationship-driven classroom management; and teachers as learners, leaders and advocates to improve curriculum, instruction, and assessment in schools serving large numbers of children of poverty.
Important notes about credit: This course...
typically be acceptable for SC recertification credit
typically count for degree programs at most institutions
meet requirements for Add-On Certification for Teachers of Children of Poverty
NOTE: It is the always the responsibility of the student to determine how
this course will meet individual needs for recertification or degree requirements.