This Spring, Population Education is offering an eight-week, online professional development course in partnership with a nationally accredited university.
The course is for science and social studies educators of grades 6-12 and will run March 13th - May 12th, 2017. If you teach Environmental Science, World Geography, Human Geography, 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.
Participants will discover student-centered learning strategies that use contemporary issues and real-world data to explore the impacts of human population. You’ll acquire dozens of classroom-ready, standards-aligned activities and resources that you can apply immediately to your classroom.
The course will be led by University of Michigan-Dearborn professor, Gail Luera, who has decades of experience in secondary education and online course facilitation. University credit or professional development clock hours (CEUs) can be earned for successful completion of the full eight weeks.
***The spring 2017 section is now full. To be added to the wait list and be notified when registration opens for the summer term, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.***
Spring 2017 Making the Population Connection: Exploring the Human-Environmental Nexus in Today’s Middle and High School Classroom
Making the Population Connection: Exploring the Human-Environmental Nexus in Today’s Middle and High School Classroom