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ABQ Dramatic Arts (Intermediate) (online)

May 1 – June 10, 2017. This course rediscovers drama as a tool for understanding diversity with a focus on a variety of methods and techniques for identifying, assessing and integrating academic, community, and technological resources that are relevant to Dramatic Arts. Topics include: • understanding dramatic forms and genres that support individual creativity in students …

ABQ English Intermediate (online)

This course runs May 1-June 10, 2017. Topics include: understanding learning theory specific to English in the intermediate division knowing how to write for a variety of purposes enhancing listening and viewing skills for the purposes of analysis and interpretation of films, television , and media integrating information and communication technology into teaching practice. understanding …

ABQ English Senior (online)

May 1-June 10, 2017. The design of this course will provide teachers with the essential skills and knowledge needed to develop and deliver an engaging English program at the senior level.  An understanding of theoretical foundations, reflections and exposure to a range of literature genres, will enable candidates to develop dynamic teaching strategies inclusive of …

ABQ French Senior (online)

May 1-June 10, 2017. The underlying purpose of the ABQ French Senior course is to extend teaching skills and knowledge of  French as a Second Language in the senior division program. At least one half of the course concentrates on subject specific content. Topics include:  understanding and applying to practice the learning theories and methodologies specific …

ABQ Geography Senior (online)

May 1-June 10, 2017. This course focuses on the skills and knowledge for teaching geography in the senior division and will enable teachers to implement curriculum planning, teaching strategies, and assessment of learning experiences. Students explore various dimensions of geography through completing assignments, directed readings and interactive discussions. Topics in this course include: Investigation of senior …