EDUO 9651: Washington DC: Three Branches of Government

Instructor: Beth Levine

Philosophy

The sites visited in each of the courses in the series, Our National Treasures, present inquisitive participants with many facets of our cultural heritage. The course experience itself is an exploratory process that is as much to be valued as the sites themselves. As a curious lifelong learner one must perform research in order to discover answers that lead to more questions and more research. Thus in this course, the participant prepares for the site visit by conducting investigations to gain a better appreciation of the knowledge and inspiration that the national treasure will offer. At the locale itself, questions are posed that further one’s desire to engage in additional study. Therefore touring the site and becoming engrossed in the process becomes the true national treasure.

Course Description

This class gives the teacher the opportunity to tour the buildings that house our three branches of government and to experience the effect that exploring and researching, curiosity and questioning have upon learning.

Course Objectives

The Teacher Will:

  1. Visit and tour the buildings that house the three branches of our government
  2. Conduct pre and post research on the three sites
  3. Relate the knowledge gleaned through questioning and from touring the sites
  4. Relate the total experience to the teaching act
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  • Price: $135
  • 1 Semester Credit/Unit
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Instructor: Beth Levine

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