San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 22, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO, February 19, 2010 – Teachscape, the leader in the development and delivery of outcomes-based professional development programs for educators, continues their popular Module of the Month Club (MOMC) series by offering teachers, administrators, and instructional leaders access to free professional development content. Each month registered members will have unlimited access to one selected module from the Teachscape XL library.
Teachscape XL is comprised of high-quality online teacher professional development resources, including an array of text, videos, and interactive elements. The platform is available as a searchable training library for use by educators. With MOMC, registered members can view selected content-rich modules from Teachscape XL, each of which contains classroom video and professional development resources that cover various instructional strategies.
The following modules are featured as part of the MOMC Spring 2010 schedule:
February 2010- Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback
March 2010- Adolescent Literacy: Addressing the Challenge
April 2010- Talking about Texts
May 2010- Linear Equations
June 2010- Teaching Strategies for Content Instruction
MOMC members will receive an email on the first of each month announcing the newly-selected online course and how to access it using a username and password provided by Teachscape. For complete details and to become a member of MOMC, visit http://www.teachscape.com/xl/module-of-the-month-club.html.
Teachscape provides industry-leading solutions, technology and services, for K12 and higher education markets. For schools, Teachscape provides data-driven, outcomes-based software solutions and services that increase student achievement by improving instructional leadership and practice. For teachers, Teachscape delivers unparalleled online, graduate educational experience through programs developed by some of the foremost experts in the field.
Teachscape has partnered with respected institutions including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Stanford University, McREL, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, the Concord Consortium, the University of Texas, Houston, and others to shape its approach to its programs for schools and for teachers. For more information, visit Teachscape at http://www.teachscape.com.
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