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Upcoming Education Workshops

Workshops are offered for graduate credit based on semester hours. You can view our upcoming workshops below.

Workshops are typically one or two credits. Grades are assigned. Topics offered include: technology, art, music, reading and literature, counseling, science, math, special needs, etc. Depending upon the nature of the workshop, classrooms used are in Mitchell Hall, Cattell Library, Osborne Hall, or the Johnson Center.

Coding Revolution in Education for K-12 Teachers & Students

Technology
Date(s): Oct 20-Nov 28, 2014

Coding Revolution is for all teachers with hand-outs for students. Activities will include: basic internet, email, and word processing, reflections, investigations, activities and tutorials with hand-outs. No textbook. Educational videos on newest trends in educational instruction with STEM & STEAM resources & activities. Hands-on practice block & tag coding assignments are to be completed and submitted Oct 20-Nov 28. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour.

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Create Assessments with Web 2.0 Tools

Technology
Date(s): Sat; Oct 25& Nov 1,2014; 9 AM-4 PM; CL 46

Formative Instructional Practice (FIP) is becoming more critical as we analyze data and form our instructions. It's critical to generate noticeable learning outcomes and positive student experiences. This workshop focuses on Web 2.0 tools that can be used to create pre- and post-assessments. Tools covered will include Zaption, Today's Meet, and Ted-Ed to create a lesson to be taught in class. We will close by identifying ways these tools can assist in flipping your classroom.

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THEMES: Literacy and Science (for grad credit)

Teaching Methods/Strategies
Date(s): Saturday, Nov 8; 9 AM-12:30 PM; MH 3rd Floor

THEMES: Literacy and Science is an "inquiry-base" event that will couple literacy skills and science for your preschool and primary school classrooms. Come to hear a veteran science teacher talk about using inquiry in the classroom to engage and excite students. Then attend breakout sessions to hear from practicing classroom teachers on their strategies and classroom techniques for developing early literacy skills through engaged inquiry experiences. Vendors will be on site with educational items and information. Use this link to register for the fee AND GRAD CREDIT ($35/$220). A take-home assignment will be included for the grad credit.

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THEMES: Literacy and Science-attendance only-not for credit

Teaching Methods/Strategies
Date(s): Saturday, Nov 8; 9 AM-12:30 PM; MH 3rd floor

Use this registration link if you want to attend only/not for grad credit. THEMES:Literacy and Science is an "inquiry-based" event that will couple literacy skills and science for your preschool and primary school classrooms. Come to hear a veteran science teacher talk about using inquiry in the classroom to engage and excite students. Then attend breakout sessions to hear from practicing classroom teachers on their strategies and classroom techniques for developing early literacy skills through engaged inquiry experiences. Vendors will be on site with educational items and information. Come to learn, fellowship with colleagues, and take home valuable ideas. Use this link for $35 registration only.

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Technology and Mathematics for K-12 Classroom Teachers

Technology
Date(s): OCt 20-Nov 28

Technology and Mathematics for K-12 Classroom Teachers Online technology and math workshop for K-12 teachers with basic internet, email, and word processing. Activities will include topics for ES, MS, HS math. No textbook required. Suggested videos for newest trends in educational instruction. STEM & STEAM resources & activities included. Assignments are to be completed and submitted independently during Oct 20-Nov 28. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour.

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Technology and Science for K-12 Classroom Teachers

Technology
Date(s): Oct 20- Nov 28

Technology and Science for K-12 Classroom Teachers Online technology and science workshop for K-12 teachers with basic internet, email, and word processing. Activities will have topics in ES, MS, HS science. No textbook required. Suggested videos for newest trends in educational instruction. STEM & STEAM resources & activities included. Assignments are to be completed and submitted independently during Oct 20-Nov 28, 2014. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour

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Traditional & Mobile Technology for K-12 Classroom Teachers

Technology
Date(s): Oct 20-Nov 28

Traditional & Mobile Technology for All Classroom Teachers Online technology: Sites and Apps workshop for ES, MS, HS teachers: Basic Internet, Email, and Word Processing. Activities will have topics in traditional & mobile technology (iPad & Tablets). No textbook required. Newest trends in educational instruction. STEM & STEAM, Flipped, Differentiation, Game Theory resources & activities included. Assignments are to be completed and submitted Oct 20-Nov 28. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour.

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