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The Secret Lives of “Stuff” course for K12 teachers
January 12 - February 16varies
Relevant content as we educate during this difficult time.
Enroll for January 12-February 16 OR June 8-July 13 course
You’ll design virtual or face-to-face lessons.
Throughout the course, you will explore powerful classroom-ready lessons, activities, videos and readings. You’ll also engage with other educators in idea-sharing. In Module 1, consider what’s important to you. Then, examine waste and the life cycles of “stuff,” such as t-shirts and water bottles. From there, analyze ways you and your students can conserve resources and live more sustainably.
After exploring these topics and associated resources, you’ll create online or face-to-face plans. Designed for use in your classroom, your plans will meet subject-area standards. Join us!
Licensure renewal for this course is $95; one hour of graduate credit is available from Drake, Grand View or Morningside for $190.
To register for this interdisciplinary course, follow the steps below:
1) Go to the AEA log in page and log in.*
2) Click on COURSES in the Menu bar and you will see Course Search.
3) Enter 180450 in the Search bar. This will take you to course information and a registration link.
*If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one. If you do this, wait overnight and then follow the directions described in Item #1-3 above.
Contact Susan Salterberg, instructor, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teachers of social studies, literacy, science, PE, music, and most disciplines have benefited from the content. Great ties to the science standards, especially “Human Impacts on Earth Systems” and “Natural Resources.”