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Sign up for priority registration to save your spot for the Fall 2019 semester of Making the Population Connection online graduate course. Once registration opens on July 9th, we'll send you an email to register before the general public.

This 8-week, asynchronous course runs from 10/14 - 12/09.

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Additional Information

Content

Making the Population Connection is aimed towards science and social studies educators of grades 6-12. If you teach Environmental Science, World Geography, Human Geography, Global Studies, Biology/Life Science, World History, or the AP counterparts, this course is perfect for you. Presented topics focus on global development, human quality of life, natural resources, and environmental sustainability. The course is led by University of Michigan-Dearborn Professor Gail Luera, who has decades of experience in secondary education and online course facilitation.

Format

This course is an online, asynchronous course, which means it has no required real-time interactions between instructor and students. Please note, this is different than independent study; assignments and discussions must be completed by indicated due dates. You will be required to contribute to online discussion boards, submit weekly journals and complete a final project, all built to provide you with meaningful feedback and materials to use within your own educational setting.

Teachers can Earn:

CEUs
Hours Earned: 45 Clock Hours (4.5 CEUs)
Cost: $80

Graduate University Credit:
Graduate Education (ED) or Science Education (SCED) credit from Adams State University.
Credits Earned: 3.0
Cost = $245 ($80 base fee + $165 for grad credits)

Note: All participants enrolled for graduate credit must ALSO pay the base course fee for PD clock hours.

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