[NHDOE-ETNews] OPEN NH Fall 2018 Session Registration is open.

Freeda, Stanley Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Tue Aug 21 11:47:47 EDT 2018

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ITEM:  OPEN NH Fall 2018 Session Registration is open.

Fall 2018 Session
Online Course Session Dates: October 10 - November 27

Each Session runs for seven weeks. The content is broken up into units, which are one week long. Units begin on a Wednesday and end on the following Tuesday. This puts the weekend in the middle of a unit, allowing for greater flexibility. The courses are asynchronous, which allows you to login and participate at a time of your choosing. However, due to the discussion-based nature of the units, you do have to participate regularly throughout the 7 weeks of the session.

The following courses are  Scheduled to RUN:
AR-01 Arts Integration in the Elementary Classroom
AS-01 Full STEAM Ahead! Introducing Design Thinking as a Reflective Teaching Strategy through Integration of a Project-based Invention Curriculum
BP-01 Creating and Using Meaningful Rubrics that Assess Student Work
BP-17 Moving to Competency Based Teaching and Learning
LA-07 Using Content to Increase Reading and Writing Skills
SC-06 Next Generation Science: Concepts in Earth Space Science
SS-05 Teaching American History Using Primary Sources and Internet Resources

Register for Fall 2018 Courses Here!<https://www.regonline.com/opennh-fall2018session>

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