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An overview of the 5 courses offered for free by Teachers Without Borders. For teachers who do not wish to earn the Certificate of Teaching Mastery, Courses 1 - 4 areavailable to be taken as separate, "stand-alone" courses. Given the distinct nature and focus of each course, a teacher may choose to take only 1or 2 courses, 3 or 4 as needed to support the work that they are doing in their classsroom. This kind of course flexibility allows teachers to choose whatthey need and to enter any course at any time.

Introduction

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We teach to preserve the future

Outline of certificate of teaching mastery

The Certificate of Teaching Mastery is made up of 5 distinct online courses that are practical, interactive, and oriented foreducators who teach children ages 5 to 18. They are as follows:

Course 1: Education for the New Millennium

Course 2: Teaching Methods

Course 3: Assessment Practices

Course 4: Culture for Understanding

Course 5: Educating for Civil Societies

These courses can be taken in any order, and upon successful completion of all 5 courses, a teacher earns a Teachers WithoutBorders Certificate of Teaching Mastery .

Courses can be taken individually

For teachers who do not wish to earn the Certificate of Teaching Mastery , Courses 1 - 4 are available to be taken as separate, "stand-alone" courses. Given thedistinct nature and focus of each course, a teacher may choose to take only 1 or 2 courses, 3 or 4 as needed to support the work that they are doing in theirclasssroom. This kind of course flexibility allows teachers to choose what they need and to enter any course at any time.

Twb learning cafe

Each course has access to our TWB Learning Cafe - an interactive cyperspace where teachers can meet; gain practical tips for their classrooms; discussideas; share assignments; and see examples of "what works" from colleagues around the world. We are in the process of creating new forms of collaboration and will update this section so that you can access both information and a global teacher community with ease.

A closer look

Find the course(s) that works best for you:

Course 1: Education for the New Millennium - Bringing New Thinking in Education into Classroom Practice

In this course, you'll be introduced to educational theories and approaches to learning and how to apply them to your classroom;aspects of effective teaching; and contemporary issues in education. The material reflects a pattern of inclusive, discovery-oriented,culturally-attuned, and globally-aware teaching.

Course 2: Teaching Methods - Looking at Theory, Planning, and Management

In this course, you'll be introduced to thematic learning and cooperative learning and you'll have a chance to developlesson plans with these ideas in mind. You are given practical tools for classroom management and ways in which you can guide students to think abouttheir own process of learning.

Course 3: Assessment Practices - Improving Student Performance

You'll discover a new way of designing curriculum so that you get the results you want. This course includes an introduction tostudent portfolios, problem-based learning, and rubrics that assess different aspects of student work such as mastery of the material, or theability to apply what one has learned to real-life experiences.

Questions & Answers

different between demand and supply
Francis Reply
what is the demand and supply of Qd=40,000-6P Qs=14P-28,000 the equilibrium price
Rocky Reply
3400
Ram
what is economics by Adams smith
Diana Reply
economics by Adams Smith's
Francis
to earn wealth more and more
Ram
what are the poor performance of the monopolies
Thandolwethu Reply
it controls only price or production not both a same time
Ram
Difference between demand and supply
Kareem Reply
demand talks about the consumers and supply also talks about producers
Bright
demand talks about the relationship between price and the quantity demanded for a certain goods and supply talks about the relationship between price and quantity supply of a certain goods .
Mutala
demand show the quality demanded at different price n time whereas supply show the quality ready to sell in market by seller at different price n time.
Ram
describe the issue gain from trade will improve economic growth and living standard.
Allison Reply
discribe gain from trade will improve economic growth and living standard
Allison
discribe gain from trade will improve economic growth and living standard
Allison
what is the outcome of exchange rate?
Allison
gain from international trade to a country which import are elastic n export are inelastic
Ram
what is utility
Roberta Reply
the capacity of a good to satisfy our want.
Ram
what is the relationship between the elasticity of demand and total revenue
Atedago Reply
I don't know
Taofeek
negative. but for unit elasticity of demand, the relationship doesn't exist between them.
Ali
what is income elasticity of demand
Esther Reply
income elasticity of demand measure the degree of responsiveness of demand for a commodity to a small change in the income of the consumer
Atedago
monopolistic competition has all except which of the following basic characteristics?
Sharon Reply
what are the Features of money
Abubakarr Reply
how to calculate the elasticity of supply?
Asnaira Reply
PES=Qs2-Qs1/Qs1÷P2-P1/P1
Soko
why is economics important
Gifted Reply
why is it important
Gifted Reply
for what?
Vicky
economics
Gifted
what is demand
Mutala Reply
Demand Is Anything that A Customer are willing and able to buy at different price level.
Basit
what demand schedule
Mutala
demand schedule is a tabular representation of different quantities of commodities that consumers are willing to purchase at a specific price and time while other factors are constant.
MEOW
A full account of the demand, or perhaps we can say, the state of demand for any goods in a given market at a given time should state what the volume (weekly) of sales would be at each of a series of prices. Such an account, taking the form of a tabular statement, is known as a demand schedule.
MEOW
State the type of elasticity of demand
Emmanuel
price elasticity of demand . and it refers to the degree of responsiveness of change in quantity demanded for a commodity to a change in price if the commodity itself
Mutala
in a comparison of the stages of meiosis to the stage of mitosis, which stages are unique to meiosis and which stages have the same event in botg meiosis and mitosis
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Source:  OpenStax, Course 1: education for the new millennium. OpenStax CNX. Jun 30, 2007 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col10336/1.15
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