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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.

10th Annual Literacy Celebration

Reading/Literature
Date(s): April 18,2015; 8:30 AM-3 PM; Brehme Conf Center

Keynote speakers: Christopher and Jeanette Canyon illustrators of children's books. Registration for the workshop is $60.00. (Optional 1 hour graduate credit available with attendance and additional assignment at the regular professional development rate of $220.00)

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Coding Revolution in Education for K-12 Teachers & Students

Technology
Date(s): Jan 12-Feb 27, 2015

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 and STEAM resources and activities. Hands-on practice. Block and Tag Coding assignments are to be completed and submitted Jan 12-Feb 27. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour.

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Games That Work: Integrating Healthy Habits

Teaching Methods/Strategies
Date(s): March 10,2015 (Tuesday) 8:00 AM-2:15 PM; Osborne Hall

Participants will spend the day sharing games and ideas that work in the physical education classroom. For registration information: emailgamesthatw...@ccsdistrict.org or call Theresa Luca at 330.438.2546. (For 1 hour optional graduate credit, call 330.471.8129 to register for credit by phone, register online here, or in person the day of the workshop. Includes required work/paper to be completed after attending the workshop.)

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Technology and Mathematics for K-12 Classroom Teachers

Technology
Date(s): Jan 12-Feb 27, 2015

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 Jan12-Feb 27 (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): Jan 12-Feb 27, 2015

Technology and Science for K-12 Classroom Teachers Online technology and science workshop for K-12 teachers with basic internet, email, and word processing (MS Office ) helpful. Activities will have topics in ES, MS, HS science. No textbook required. Suggested videos for newest trends in educational instruction. STEM and STEAM resources and activities included. Assignments are to be completed and submitted independently during Jan 12-Feb 27. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour

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The Best Children's Books of 2014

Reading/Literature
Date(s): Jan 13,20,27, Feb 3,10,17, 2015; Tues; 4:15-6:15 PM; at Hiland HS

Hundreds of amazing children's books have been published in 2014. Learn about many of the best. Predict what books will win Caldecott, Newbery, and other awards announced in Chicago on Feb 2nd. Explore dozens of books that can be used to enrich your K-8 classroom and reach Common Core objectives. Meets at Hiland HS

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Traditional & Mobile Technology for K-12 Classroom Teachers

Technology
Date(s): Jan 12-Feb 27, 2015

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 independently Jan 12-Feb 27. (3 graduate credit hours) Additional online fee of $22.00 per credit hour.

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Using iLife: iPhoto, iMovies, and GarageBand

Technology
Date(s): Tu & Th; March 10,12,17,19, 2015; 5-8 PM; CL46

Using the iLife suite of digital authoring tools, you will create photo books, learn how to import video clips, generate inspiring music, and integrate them seamlessly into Common Core State Standards-based lessons. Watch your students as they learn to use and build their own computer literacy skills. Designed for Pre-K-12 teachers.

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Work with iWork: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

Technology
Date(s): Tu & Th; Jan 13, 15, 20, 22; 5-8 PM; CL 46

This four-day, hands-on workshop introduces the key features and simple interface of iWork, a suite of productivity tools that includes Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. You will produce professional looking documents, generate spreadsheets, develop persuasive presentations, and apply your knowledge to create your own classroom materials. We will discuss the possibilities for student work. Designed for Pre-K-12 teachers.

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