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Penn State's Instructional Strategies Certificate for K-12 Teachers program is designed to show teachers how to better serve students better through instructional strategies that emphasize differentiated learning techniques. Participants will learn how to design new lessons, based on cutting-edge instructional strategies addressing the varying levels of students. Using recent theories and models describing how people learn, teachers can also equip teachers to better design lessons and learning activities with student activity in mind. One course, INSYS 415, must be taken online via Penn State's World Campus. Visit www.worldcampus.psu.edu/INSYS415 for course availability and registration information.
To earn an undergraduate certificate in INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR K-12 TEACHERS, a minimum of 9 credits is required.
One course, INSYS 415, must be taken online via Penn State's World Campus. Visit www.worldcampus.psu.edu/INSYS415 for cour se availability and registration information.
Effective Date: Fall Semester 2004
Last Revised by the Department: 11/14/2011