CATS Distance Learning Programs to Be Offered
Posted: September 11, 2000
The West Virginia Department of Education has announced that two CATS (Coordinated and Thematic Science) distance learning programs will be offered this fall.
CATS Biology Connections I will be taught by web-based instructors, Dr. H. Andrew Cook and Dr. Edward Keller. The four-module program will begin September 13 and conclude the week of December 4.
For additional information or to establish a site, contact: Dr. Cook at (304) 336-8062 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brenda West at (304) 558-7805 (email@example.com).
CATS Earth Science Connections I will be taught by Dr. Bob Behling, Dr. John Renton and Dr. Deb Hemler. The program features a series of broadcasts coupled with a two-day, hands-on field trip to explore the basic principles and concepts of physical geology.
For additional information or to establish a site, contact: Brenda West at (304) 558-7805(firstname.lastname@example.org).
Project CATS is a multi-year, multi-phase comprehensive teacher enhancement program targeted to improve content knowledge and pedagogical skills of teachers to enable them to effectively implement the new West Virginia Science Curriculum Framework (WVSCF).