Now available for instructors of middle school students, the Institute for Excellence in Education's micro-credentialing course, Adolescent Moral Development, the first in their Mastering Middle School series. Learn about the unique challenges and creative solutions our experts employ in their own classrooms as they address moral issues that 10-15 year-old students face. A hands-on course, you will learn through several unique and creative assignments using our proven strategies, culminating in a viable certification you can present as proof of your knowledge of the subject matter.
This self-paced course is $125 and expected time investment is 8 hours. SCECH's are offered for an additional fee.
Visit the course site to learn more and register for the course.
IEE is now offering a micro-credential series, called a stack, aimed at improving the skills, knowledge, and practices of middle school educators. The “Mastering Middle School Young Adolescent Development” series supports educators as they explore the unique needs and characteristics of young adolescents. Once educators are able to differentiate the needs of students ages 10-15 from elementary students and high schools students, they understand why traditional primary and secondary approaches are not effective for middle school students.
Practitioners examine and develop practices and systems which meet the unique demands of middle-grades students through additional micro-credential courses offered in the stack. Visit IEE's page on the course to learn more about the Mastering Middle Grades curriculum.