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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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Frameworks for Understanding Poverty

Culture/Poverty Awareness
Date(s): Sept 2,4, & 9, 2014; 4-8 PM; RH 306

Frameworks for Understanding Poverty (Nancy Varian) Learn the characteristics of economic class. Gain the knowledge you need to work effectively with your students. Learn about Dr. Ruby Payne’s “Hidden Rules of Class,” “Registers of Language,” and “Characteristics of Poverty.” Text: A Framework for Understanding Poverty (Ruby Payne)Text available from instructor on the first day of class for $24. (1 graduate credit hour)

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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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