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Remote Teaching Excellence Project

Ended Jun 30, 2021

Full course description

At-A-Glance

Registration Deadline: March 10, 2021
Audience: This professional learning course is targeted for K-12 ETL teachers who work in Prince George’s County Public School.
Time Limit: All course requirements should be fulfilled by June 2021.
Length: Teachers should expect to spend 3 hours per month to complete the requirements for this course.
Continuing Education Units: 1.2 CEUs (non-academic credits)

Overview

The Remote Teaching Excellence (RTE) Project is designed as a series of monthly webinar workshops and a community of practice to support select teachers in PG County Public Schools in implementing best practices in remote and hybrid teaching strategies.

Course Description

This professional learning course is anchored to Danielson’s Framework for Remote Teaching and the International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) Standards and the Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) Framework. This course starts with a foundational workshop, which focus on effective virtual and hybrid Classroom Organization. Remaining sessions focus on the following: Tech Theory; Engagement, Social Emotional Learning/Trauma-informed ERT Practices, and Assessing Learning. The Communities of Practice (CoP) model is used to enable deeper analysis and application, through small group sharing, of the session topics.  

Benefit 

PGCPS teachers who enroll in this course will be positioned to be technology pioneers who bring best practices back to their school environments. Participants in this course will be provided with new strategies and tools to help foster student engagement and learning in virtual and hybrid classrooms, as well as other resources and instructional materials. Teachers who attend the workshops as well as CoPs, and who complete the required asynchronous assignments, will be eligible to receive 1 UMD continuing education credits. 

Meet the Instructor 

Instructor: Dr. Donna Wiseman 
 

Course Notice: Non-credit courses and Continuing Education Units (CEUs) do not post to the University of Maryland transcript and do not count towards a student's academic record. Neither grade nor credit is earned. Non-credit students do not receive a University ID card nor access to University facilities such as recreation, transportation, and campus events. Non-credit students may access UMD Libraries as Visitors; see https://www.lib.umd.edu/about/visitors.

This is an Office of Extended Studies (OES) administered course.