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					Title IID ARRA Online Courses & Modules Project (776) - Final Course & PD Content Inventory
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Student Courses & Modules
                                                   Course or partial credit
Grante                                             modules (1/4 or 1/8                  Course
e        Course or Module Name                     credit)                    Status    Length       Subject     Year Developed
LPVEC ELA Reading - Macbeth                        Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - Night                          Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - Ray Bradbury's Short Stories Module (1/4 credit)          Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - Speak                          Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - The Giver                      Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - The House on Mango Street Module (1/4 credit)             Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
                                                   Module (1/4 credit)
LPVEC ELA Writing - Intro to Creative and Essay Writing                       Complete 1 quarter     ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - Five People You Meet in Heaven Module (1/4 credit)        Incomplete1 quarter    ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - Of Mice and Men                Module (1/4 credit)        Incomplete1 quarter    ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Writing and Nature                       Module (1/4 credit)        Incomplete1 quarter    ELA          ###
LPVEC 8th Grade Poetry                             Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks       ELA          ###
LPVEC Introduction to Poetry                       Curriculum Unit            Complete 1 week        ELA          ###
LPVEC Poems - Middle School                        Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks       ELA          ###
LPVEC Reading Comprehension Strategies             Curriculum Unit            Complete 4 weeks       ELA          ###
LPVEC Schooled                                     Curriculum Unit            Complete 2-4 weeks     ELA          ###
LPVEC The Beatniks                                 Curriculum Unit            Complete 2-4 weeks     ELA          ###
LPVEC The Poetry of Sylvia Plath                   Curriculum Unit            Complete 4 weeks       ELA          ###
LPVEC To Kill a Mockingbird                        Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks       ELA          ###
LPVEC ELA Reading - Maniac Magee                   Curriculum Unit            Incomplete2-4 weeks    ELA          ###
LPVEC   Touching Spirit Bear                     Curriculum Unit            Incomplete2 weeks       ELA            ###
LPVEC   Intro Psychology                         Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter      Electives      ###
LPVEC   Bullying Awareness                       Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks        Electives      ###
LPVEC   Care for People with Alzheimer's Disease Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks        Electives      ###
LPVEC   Financial Literacy                       Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks        Electives      ###
LPVEC   Health Assisting/Administration          Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks        Electives      ###
LPVEC   ICD-9 Coding                             Curriculum Unit            Complete 1 week         Electives      ###
LPVEC   Intro to Early Childhood                 Curriculum Unit            Complete 1 week         Electives      ###
LPVEC                                            C
        Library Resources - Longmeadow High School urriculum Unit           Complete 1 week         Electives      ###
LPVEC   Middle School Spanish                    Curriculum Unit            Complete 2 weeks        Electives      ###
LPVEC   Tour of Italy                            Curriculum Unit            Complete 1 week         Electives      ###
LPVEC   Yearbook Publication                     Curriculum Unit            Complete 1 week         Electives      ###
LPVEC   American Revolution                      Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter      History        ###
LPVEC   US History - Methods of Research         Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter      History        ###
LPVEC   US History - Post WWII                   Module (1/4 credit)        Complete 1 quarter      History        ###
LPVEC   American Revolution and Massachusetts    Curriculum Unit            Complete 1 week         History        ###
LPVEC Congressional Elections                      Curriculum Unit          Complete 1 week         History        ###
LPVEC   The Civil War                              Curriculum Unit          Complete 1 quarter      History        ###
LPVEC   American War of Independence               Curriculum Unit          Incomplete2 weeks       History        ###
LPVEC   Algebra 1 Part A                           Module (1/4 credit)      Complete 1 quarter      Math           ###
LPVEC   Algebra 2                                  Curriculum Unit          Complete 1 week         Math           ###
LPVEC   Analyzing Linear Equations                 Curriculum Unit          Complete 2 weeks        Math           ###
LPVEC   Applied Algebra 1                          Curriculum Unit          Complete 1 week         Math           ###
LPVEC   Ratios and Proportional Reasoning             Curriculum Unit       Complete 1 week        Math            ###
LPVEC   6th Grade Geometry                            Curriculum Unit       Incomplete1 semester   Math            ###
LPVEC   Elementary School Fractions                   Curriculum Unit       Incomplete1 week       Math            ###
LPVEC   Moodle 1 Resources                                                  Complete
                                                      Professional Development                     PD              ###
LPVEC   Moodle 2 Tutorial                                                   Complete
                                                      Professional Development                     PD              ###
LPVEC   Online Reading Comprehension                                        Complete
                                                      Professional Development                     PD              ###
LPVEC   Wikis and Collaborative Construction                                Complete
                                                      Professional Development                     PD              ###
LPVEC   Online Content Construction                                         Incomplete
                                                      Professional Development                     PD              ###
LPVEC   A Moodle 1 Tutorial                           Tutorial              Complete               PD - Tutorial   ###
LPVEC   Moodle 2 Student Tutorial                     Tutorial              Complete               PD - Tutorial   ###
LPVEC                                                 Module (1/4
        Bio - Building Blocks of Life: Organic Molecules and Cells credit)  Complete 1 quarter     Science         ###
LPVEC   Bio - DNA & Inheritance                       Module (1/4 credit)   Complete 1 quarter     Science         ###
LPVEC   Bio - Ecology & Evolution                     Module (1/4 credit)   Complete 1 quarter     Science         ###
LPVEC   Bio - Human Anatomy                           Module (1/4 credit)   Complete 1 quarter     Science         ###
LPVEC   Human Body Systems                            Module (1/4 credit)   Complete 1 quarter     Science         ###
LPVEC   Weather and Climate - Grade 5                 Module (1/4 credit)   Complete 1 quarter     Science         ###
LPVEC   6th Grade Science                             Curriculum Unit       Complete 1 week        Science         ###
LPVEC   Conceptual Physical Science                   Curriculum Unit       Complete 1 week        Science         ###
LPVEC   History of Energy Use                         Curriculum Unit       Complete 1 week        Science         ###
LPVEC   Physics                                       Curriculum Unit       Complete 1 week        Science         ###
LPVEC   The Chemistry of Life                         Curriculum Unit       Complete 2-4 weeks     Science         ###
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              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Developer            Notes                         Code
                                                                   DESE Subject Description
                       Moodle 2John Williams                             01056 This literature unit explores the origins and source of evil... a topic feat
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Lexi Runnals                              01051 This nine-week course will explore the themes of discrimination and pr
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Charles Jodoin                            01060 This course is an author study of the contemporary American writer Ra
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Lexi Runnals                              01051 This nine-week course will challenge students to read and analyze the n
                       Moodle 2Garvey               Reading Circle Format01053 This is a course where the students read The Giver by Lois Lowry and ta
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Charles Jodoin       Great Course         01051 This nine-week class, part of your English language arts curriculum, is d
                       Moodle 2Lexi Runnals                        01103, 01104This course is an introduction to creative and essay writing. The course
                       Moodle 2Jennifer Benjamin                         01053 This course has
                                                    Needs additional resources for full quarter students reading and discussing the book, The Five Peo
              Moodle 1         Jennifer Benjamin                         01054 This supplemental course can be used to support students as they read
                                                    Needs additional resources for full quarter
              Moodle 1                                                   01104 This nine-week writing course focuses on the theme of nature. Student
                                                    Teacher left the project in the middle of creating the course. Needs additional resources and polish
                       Moodle 2Saj                                       01061 In this unit, students will further understand and appreciate poetry wh
              Moodle 1         Sue LaBonte                               01061 This introductory poetry course touches on the different types of poetr
                       Moodle 2Renee Brown                               01061 This middle school poetry unit explains different types of poetry, includ
                       Moodle 2Krishna                             01066E        This course explores reading comprehension strategies for elementary
              Moodle 1         Stacy Dwyer                               01062 This course was designed for middle school to use alongside the first fe
              Moodle 1         Lexi Runnals         Ready to use         01062 This unit explores the lives and work of The Beatniks, a group of writer
              Moodle 1         Janet Grunwald                            01061 In this unit, students will study the work of the American poet, Sylvia P
              Moodle 1                                                   01054 This course serves as an introduction to a classroom unit on To Kill A M
                       Moodle 2Dumont                                    01054 Middle school students taking this course will read Maniac Magee and
                       Moodle 2Julie Ann Leclair                  01099M         This middle school course has students read Touching Spirit Bear by Be
              Moodle 1         Peter DeMello                              04254 An introduction to the
                                                    Would need additional polishing if totally online major theories of psychology, including the expe
              Moodle 1         Wendy Caranchini     Ready to use          22209 This 2-week instructional blended-learning course defines bullying and
                       Moodle 2Westcott                           14063, 19053This course will provide students with an understanding of Alzheimer's
                       Moodle 2Marsha O                           12103, 22210This course will include topics and skill development in areas such as m
                       Moodle 2Jarvis                                     14151 You are the first impression a patient has of the medical office, whethe
                       Moodle 2Westcott                                   14154 In this course, the student will learn to identify ICD-9 codes, apply the r
                       Moodle 2Susan Mason                                19153 Early childhood is an important aspect of human living. This course is d
                       Moodle 2Lori Robbins                               22003 This course helps students learn to access the resources available in the
                       Moodle 2Diane Grady                                06101 This introductory Spanish course delves into the language through the
              Moodle 1         Kayla W                                     Italy This no assignments or quizzes, but they could be of Italy to learn
                                                    Resources for sites in16199only - informational course takes students on a tour added easily. abo
                       Moodle 2Eileen C             First lesson          01156 Yearbook creation is the main focus of this course. The yearbook is in c
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Deborah Chad                               04102 This nine-week course covers the American Revolution focusing on the
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Michele Chayka                             01105 In this course, students will learn about the various strategies regardin
              Moodle 1         JCS                                        04103 This course can be used as a supplement for US History after World Wa
                       Moodle 2Candace Benoit       1 lesson              04105 This course is designed to help students analyze and understand Massa
                                                                                 This course is
              Moodle 1                                                   04161 an overview
              Moodle 1         Kristy Dyer                            04102 This course is an overview of the American Civil War. Topics included a
                       Moodle 2Vince                                  04102 The goal of this unit
                                                 Could use polishing and additional resources is for students to understand the causes of the Am
                                                                      02053 This course covers the basic topics in algebra 1A, including integers, ord
              Moodle 1 Moodle 2Laura Jo Webber Needs additional resources and polishing
              Moodle 1                                                02056 This is a brief introduction
                               Meredith Laughlin Needs a bit of polishing to use as online course only to algebra 2, covering real numbers and ord
                       Moodle 2Dave J                                 02058 This course begins by looking at the relationship between rate of chang
              Moodle 1                                                02151 This introductory algebra course covers linear equations, including solv
         Moodle 2Eileen Z                             02051 This is a brief introduction to ratios and proportional reasoning for mid
         Moodle 2Rebecca Noble                  02079M        This geometry course outlines a full semester of curriculum for a 6th gr
Moodle1 Moodle 2Kim Lyons                       02049E        The idea of this course is to provide continuity for students to learn fra
Moodle 1          Jim Walker                                  What is Moodle and how does it work? The resources available in this c
         Moodle 2                                             This tutorial is designed to help teachers to develop a basic digital onlin
         Moodle 2                                             Being able to locate, evaluate, validate, and synthesize online resource
Moodle 1                                               to use
                  Anne Marie Salvon Complete and Ready10008 Enhance your classroom instruction & learning by using your Wiki to co
         Moodle 2                                             We need to shift our students from Content Consumers and Content M
Moodle 1          Jim Walker                                  This course is a tutorial for teachers about how to build a basic course
         Moodle 2                                             Tutorial for students on the basics of Moodle 2 before they beginning t
Moodle 1 Moodle 2Meghann Marshall                     03060 This is a 9-week course that covers the topics of carbon containing mol
Moodle 1 Moodle 2Meghann Marshall                     03059 This 9-week course is a study of how DNA codes for characteristics of a
Moodle 1 Moodle 2Meghann Marshall               03003, 03051This 9-week course will cover the Massachusetts State Frameworks rela
Moodle 1 Moodle 2Meghann Marshall                     03054 This is a 9-week course that covers the human systems: cells, tissue, or
         Moodle 2Amy Pawlishen                  03099M        Students will be focusing on human body systems for this unit. This cou
         Moodle 2Joanne Grimes                  03001E        This unit for 5th grades students on Weather and Climate covers the w
         Moodle 2Rebecca Bryant                 03202M        This science unit for 6th graders starts off with the scientific method us
Moodle 1                                              03159 This course outlines a full Conceptual Physical Science course and cove
         Moodle 2Wax                                  03205 This is an introductory course on energy use in the United States, inclu
Moodle 1                                              03151 This course outlines a full physics course with 3 units developed, includ
                  Renee Sweeney Outline of full physics course - only 3/8 units developed
Moodle 1          Karen Murphy                        03103 This course focuses on the structure and function of the major molecul
d source of evil... a topic featured throughout British Literature and prominent in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Students will explore new vocabulary, write se
mes of discrimination and prejudice as it relates to the novel Night by Elie Wiesel.
 mporary American writer Ray Bradbury. Together we will explore Bradbury's themes through his use of settings, characterization, dialogue, and point of
 nts to read and analyze the novel Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson.
he Giver by Lois Lowry and take part in a literature circle as they move through the story.
anguage arts curriculum, is designed to give you the skills in becoming great readers and writers. This standards based course is focused around the esse
nd essay writing. The course will cover the how-to of creative writing, personal narrative writing, research essay writing, and persuasive essay writing.
 ssing the book, The Five People You Meet In Heaven, by Mitch Albom during one quarter of the school year. This is intended to supplement classroom w
upport students as they read the novel, Of Mice and Men. This course only covers the first two chapters at the present time.
he theme of nature. Students will work on basic skills, such as grammar, as well as the close reading of texts including poems, short stories, essays, paint
  d and appreciate poetry while acquiring the skills necessary to discuss poetic forms, making connections between the use of poetic devices and meanin
n the different types of poetry and provides information about figurative language, simile, and metaphor. It also delves into the comparison of prose and
 erent types of poetry, including bio, diamonte, list, clerihew, and haiku, and requires students to write poems in each format.
on strategies for elementary school students through the reading of Hotel for Dogs by Katherine Kellgren, including background information, text connec
 l to use alongside the first few chapters of the book, Schooled. Students will listen, discuss, and respond to this novel and it will help them to appreciate
e Beatniks, a group of writers and friends who lived and wrote about life in America in the 1940s and 1950s. The students will read poetry and writings fr
   the American poet, Sylvia Plath (1932-1963). They will develop a critical and interpretive understanding of the author's work through reading a number
  lassroom unit on To Kill A Mockingbird. It covers the background information that forms the basis of the story, including the trials and the writers of the
will read Maniac Magee and work through the lessons complementing the literature unit. Only the first 2 units are developed at this time (including befo
 d Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelson and examine the story through discussion forums and activities.
sychology, including the experimental method, personality, psychoanalysis, and the treatment of the mentally ill. The course touches on the work of Fre
 course defines bullying and brings awareness it's destructive nature. It provides information about what to do in situations involving bullying.
 nderstanding of Alzheimer's Disease in terms of anatomy, physiology, and the effects on the individual and their family, including physical, emotional, so
elopment in areas such as money management, saving and investing, spending and credit, inflation and purchasing power, factors affecting income, ent
 f the medical office, whether through telephone or face-to-face contact. Students will learn about all aspects of the medical office and how to administ
ntify ICD-9 codes, apply the right code to the treatment, diagnosis, or visit. Note that ICD-9 coding is how health providers are reimbursed for services re
 uman living. This course is designed to provide an overview of the many areas of child growth and development for high school students working with P
the resources available in the Longmeadow High School Library and Virtual Library, where they will find a card catalog, e-books, websites, databases, and
 o the language through the exploration of food with vocabulary, grammar, and conversation.
n a tour of Italy to learn about historic landmarks and cities. It provides background information on these places along with pictures and even some mus
 course. The yearbook is in chronological order and chronicles a full year in the life of the school and it's students, so it is the primary goal is to represent
n Revolution focusing on the political and intellectual origins of the American Nation and Constitution from 1763-1789.
e various strategies regarding the best methods of research. This includes: selecting viable resources, formatting a works cited list in correct MLA format
or US History after World War II. It focuses on culture and society from right after the war through the 1980's and also current events.
 alyze and understand Massachusetts and how the state was involved in events that lead to the American Revolution and the first battles developed in th


 Civil War. Topics included are the causes of the War, North/South divisions, leaders and battles, Lincoln, effects of the War, and Reconstruction.
 rstand the causes of the American War of Independence through examination of some Acts and battles leading up to the war.
ra 1A, including integers, order of operations, and solving equations.
vering real numbers and order of operations.
nship between rate of change and slope and then moves on to writing linear equations in slope-intercept, standard, and point-slope forms.
ear equations, including solving systems and graphing.
oportional reasoning for middle school using pictures and games.
ter of curriculum for a 6th grade class. It allows students to choose how they want to learn, practice the skills, and demonstrate mastery. Content has alr
 uity for students to learn fractions as they move through Grades 1 to 5. This is merely an outline of this concept intended as a framework for teachers to
e resources available in this course are designed to aid a teacher in developing a class in Moodle 1.
o develop a basic digital online course using Moodle 2. It goes deep into the features, resources, and activities available in Moodle 2 with explanations, a
d synthesize online resources is an important skill for students today. This extensive unit is one part of a comprehensive new literacies professional deve
ning by using your Wiki to collaborate with students. This course is designed for educators who are interested in learning how to take advantage of the o
nt Consumers and Content Movers to Content Creators. This unit is a small part of a comprehensive new literacies professional development that helps t
 how to build a basic course using Moodle 1. It takes teachers through labels, assignments, forums, and more using the theme of bears.
dle 2 before they beginning taking a course in the Moodle 2 platform, including features, resources, and activities.
 ics of carbon containing molecules, cell theory, cell structure and function, cell communication and transport, cell cycle, and photosynthesis.
codes for characteristics of an organism and how DNA is passed between parents and offspring.
usetts State Frameworks related to Ecology & Evolution. Topics include food webs, nutrient cycles, the state of the environment, Darwinian evolution, th
man systems: cells, tissue, organs, digestive, nervous, muscular, skeletal, circulatory, respiration, and endocrine.
 ystems for this unit. This course will allow students to explore the systems beyond the school day and reinforce what they are learning in class. Videos,li
  er and Climate covers the weather systems, including instruments for measurement, clouds, cylces, and the greenhouse effect that can be used over a q
with the scientific method using pictures and activities. It provides an outline for the next 5 units, but only the first is developed.
  cal Science course and covers the first unit on the fundamentals of physical science. It allows students to download all materials, such as presentations,
  e in the United States, including the history and related current events.
 ith 3 units developed, including scientific thinking, energy, and momentum. The unit on 2-dimensional models in motion involves activities and quizzes u
unction of the major molecules of the cell. It also covers chemical reactions, pH, and enzymes.
s will explore new vocabulary, write several small (1 to 2 paragraphs) assignments, and one large essay, along with taking the usual quizzes leading to a

haracterization, dialogue, and point of view.


sed course is focused around the essential question: What is the value of friendship?
riting, and persuasive essay writing.
s intended to supplement classroom work over the quarter and needs additional resources for a full quarter of work.

 ing poems, short stories, essays, paintings, photographs and films. Students will hone their writing skills and also create two- and three-dimensional obj
  the use of poetic devices and meaning.
elves into the comparison of prose and poetry.

g background information, text connections, and vocabulary.
vel and it will help them to appreciate the characters, vocabulary, groovy music, clothes, and ideas associated with the 1960's.
udents will read poetry and writings from these authors and discuss the importance of the work in American literature and lifestyle. It is designed to be
thor's work through reading a number of her works, followed by journal reflections, forum posts, and group discussions. Focus will be directed on the Pl
 luding the trials and the writers of the time.
 developed at this time (including before the story and chapters 1-8). Students will have assignments on Moodle for each section of the unit and require

The course touches on the work of Freud and Adler.
situations involving bullying.
amily, including physical, emotional, social, and financial changes.
g power, factors affecting income, entrepreneurship, taxes and government services, social security and medicare.
he medical office and how to administratively support co-workers in this unit on health assisting and administration.
 oviders are reimbursed for services rendered to an individual via their insurance. It is an important skill to possess in the healthcare field.
 or high school students working with Pre-Schools or just learning about early childhood. Students will gain knowledge to help them better understand y
alog, e-books, websites, databases, and lessons, which they can access from home or school. It is specific to the Longmeadow High School, but it allows o

ong with pictures and even some music.
so it is the primary goal is to represent EVERY member of the student body as equally as possible. Efforts will be made to ensure that every student is pic

works cited list in correct MLA format, determining bias, point of view and credibility. Topics also include utilizing primary and secondary sources as too
also current events.
on and the first battles developed in the lesson format in Moodle 2.


f the War, and Reconstruction.




d, and point-slope forms.
 demonstrate mastery. Content has already been developed for many lessons, including angles, measurements, transformations, symmetry, and 2- and
tended as a framework for teachers to use. There are resources for 5th grade and links to the MA Curriculum Frameworks included.

 lable in Moodle 2 with explanations, audio, and video tutorials.
ensive new literacies professional development that helps teachers understand the need for this concept and how to make their curriculum and classroo
earning how to take advantage of the opportunities
 professional development that helps teachers understand the need for this concept and how to make their curriculum and classroom positive environm
g the theme of bears.

cycle, and photosynthesis.

e environment, Darwinian evolution, the evolution of populations, biodiversity, and classification.

hat they are learning in class. Videos,links to study guides, notes, articles, games, and visual diagrams are added to increase student knowledge and allow
house effect that can be used over a quarter in a blended learning environment.
is developed.
d all materials, such as presentations, assignments, and flashcards. They will also be able to access videos and tutorials to help them understand the con

motion involves activities and quizzes using cool virtual manipulatives and widgets. The models of constant velocity, acceleration, and force are also cove
h taking the usual quizzes leading to a unit test at the end. Students will also have the opportunity to show off their acting skills when groups of 4-5 stud




create two- and three-dimensional objects.




ature and lifestyle. It is designed to be an overview, it in no way will encompass the entirety of this subject of writers. This unit is intended for advanced l
ssions. Focus will be directed on the Plath's stylistic techniques, common themes appearing in various pieces of writing, and connections between her wo

or each section of the unit and required forums as well.




 in the healthcare field.
edge to help them better understand young children, as well as themselves. Areas to be explored include, but are not limited to, personal development,
ngmeadow High School, but it allows others to see what Longmeadow is doing with their library system.


 ade to ensure that every student is pictured in the yearbook at least THREE times. This Moodle course explains these goals in more depth and has stude

primary and secondary sources as tools of research. The course concludes with a research project, incorporating the methods that students learn.
 ansformations, symmetry, and 2- and 3-dimensional figures.
meworks included.


 to make their curriculum and classroom positive environments for the new literacies. Online Reading Comprehension touches on effective online search

ulum and classroom positive environments for the new literacies. Online Content Construction touches on the use of tools such as Animoto, screencastin




o increase student knowledge and allow them to dig deeper into the content.


orials to help them understand the concepts more clearly.

y, acceleration, and force are also covered.
r acting skills when groups of 4-5 students perform key scenes from the play.




 rs. This unit is intended for advanced level high school students due to the mature topic material and language in some of the authors' writings.
iting, and connections between her work and personal life. A final major assignment will be to create a multimedia interpretive presentation of one of th




not limited to, personal development, birth, parenting, child abuse, and PIES (physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development). Problem solvin




ese goals in more depth and has students working on other related activities.

he methods that students learn.
sion touches on effective online searching, evaluating websites, and interpreting online material through the use of Web 2.0 tools.

of tools such as Animoto, screencasting, and video creation.
some of the authors' writings.
a interpretive presentation of one of the author's poems.




d social development). Problem solving and critical thinking strategies are an integral part of this course.
f Web 2.0 tools.

				
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