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New Online STEM Courses for Arizona Science Teachers

Friday, January 13, 2017   (0 Comments)
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Arizona science teachers now have the opportunity to advance STEM teaching skills, learn effective new strategies for teaching physics, and receive graduate credits with new online



The courses are taught by The New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) - a nonprofit run by teachers to advance student achievement in math and science, and provide a simple, scalable solution to our country’s immense STEM teacher shortage.

CTL is the leading U.S. provider of free, editable course materials for K-12 math and science instruction; and has become the #1 producer of physics teachers in the country.


Now, a partnership with Colorado State University -Global Campus is enabling teachers around the country to fully benefit from CTL’s offerings with online courses.


You can choose your level of study to improve your students’ outcomes and advance your career:


   Learn a highly effective student-centered teaching methodology for STEM that is applicable from kindergarten through early college that reduces the stress of lesson planning with free, editable course materials.


   Achieve a strong grounding in the core principles of algebra-based physics Teachers with backgrounds in a full range of academic fields can not only learn physics themselves, but also how to engage and inspire all high school students to master physics.


   Learn proven methods for teaching AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2, and how to boost student outcomes.


All courses can be pursued on your own schedule, provide graduate credit and are applicable to a Master’s Degree at CSU–Global.


Now you have an opportunity to take your skills to the next level and give your students access to the life-changing empowerment of high quality STEM education.

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