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CEU Course Description
Class size reductions: As far as markers of a high-quality education go, class size and its purported ramifications on student achievement is certainly a very popular benchmark in modern academia. Small class sizes are supposed to have wildly effective benefits for the students enjoying them. However, research is showing us that, in many cases, the trade-offs that schools must consider to fund class size reductions may be doing more harm than is ethical (or possible) to sustain. In this course, we’ll look at the benefits of class size reduction, the expense and trade-offs, and some alternative teaching strategies that educators can employ to invest in their student’s educational experience without, perhaps, as many of the unfortunate side effects. Is reducing class size worth it? If so, when is the best time for a child to be in a smaller class? What other steps can be taken to improve educational outcomes? We’ll discuss all of this and more in this course.
CEU Course Objectives
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Course Date: 2021-02-12
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