Earn Graduate Credits - Online Courses


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Choose from a list of online graduate-level courses and programs to meet your goals for:

  • continuing education
  • certificate
  • license renewal
  • electives in the Master of Science in Education degree
  • your Professional Development Plan
  • graduate credits for transfer to another university.
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    •    Assessment
    •    Autism
    •    Classroom Management and PBIS
    •    Differentiating Instruction and Response to Intervention
    •    Educational Technology
    •    E-learning and Online Teaching Courses and Certificate
    •    History/Social Studies/Humanities
    •    Instructional Design Courses and Certificate
    •    Instructional Strategies
    •    Math and Mathematics Specialist Certificate
    •    Reading, Literacy, and Reading Teacher Certification
    •    Literacy Coaching Courses and Reading Specialist Certification
    •    School Library/Media Specialist
    •    Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
    •    Writing

Educational Technology Online Course


EDUC 641 Mobile Learning Instructional Design (for Chromebooks, cell phones, tablets, and iPads)
3 graduate credits
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: September 26 - December 2, 2016
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Instructional Strategies Online Courses


EDUC 646 Using Games for Learning and Assessment
1 graduate credit
How can games be used to support learning? What is the difference between game-based learning and gamification (for classroom management and motivation)? This course provides the fundamentals in an engaging self-paced environment that features strategies like badges and quests.
Summer: July 5 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - October 21, 2016
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EDUC 660 Teaching for Creativity and Innovation: The Maker Culture
3 graduate credits
Are you interested in building a Makerspace in your school, library or classroom? Do you want to learn how to guide students through design challenges, and explore fixed stations versus workshops? How can you use tools (physical or virtual) to support building models, prototypes, inventions and innovations, encourage creative problem solving and team collaboration across a wide range of subject matters and all grade levels? Unleash your creativity with innovative tools and maker project ideas that support learning.
Summer: June 6 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
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EDUC 650 Integrating Social Media Instructional Strategies
1 graduate credit
Use social media to connect with learners, communicate with parents, or for professional development. Learn how to use Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social networks in and out of the classroom.
Summer: June 20 - July 15, 2016
Not offered Fall 2016
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EDUC 652 Universal Design for Learning
2 graduate credits
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to instructional design that goes well beyond disabilities, accessibility or legislation to support learners in online, blended and traditional learning environments. Learn how to systematically plan instruction according to UDL principles, including differentiated assessment strategies. Designed for educators, instructional designers and trainers interested in increasing learner motivation and engagement.
Summer: June 13 - July 22, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 4, 2016
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EDUC 651 Project-based Learning in the Flipped Classroom
2 graduate credits
Implement a project-based flipped approach to improve learner engagement using active learning strategies, includes classroom management, effective assessment, and collaboration techniques.
Summer: June 20 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 4, 2016
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Classroom Management Online Courses


EDUC 640 Poverty in Schools: Working with At-Risk Students
2 graduate credits
Want to better help students from poverty in your classroom?  Addressing the challenges which face this population is a complex task. Learn how to improve academic achievement with your economically disadvantaged student population.
Summer: June 20 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 6 - October 14, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 645 School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
3 graduate credits
Explore school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) and learn how to create a data-driven plan using three-level interventions to address student behavior, eliminate behavioral distractions and monitor progress.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
Learn More      Register


EDUC 655 Strategies for Dealing with Disruptive Behavior
3 graduate credits
Evidence-based preventive classroom management strategies, positive behavioral supports, effective interventions, and techniques for addressing problem behaviors, chronic noncompliance, ADHD-related issues, and disruptive conduct.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: October 3 - November 25, 2016
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EDUC 656 Bullying in Schools
2 graduate credits
Develop practical instructional strategies to break the cycle of bullying and cyberbullying in both face-to-face and online settings. This course is a must for new and veteran teachers who wish to refresh their knowledge with the latest programs and ideas to build positive, safe and respectful school cultures. Explore how to support marginalized groups prone to bullying, including LGBT, learning disabled and students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Summer: June 20 - July 29, 2016
Fall: October 3 - November 11, 2016
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Assessment Online Courses


EDUC 745 Assessment for Learning - Progress Monitoring
3 graduate credits
Are you looking for ways to reduce the stress of your next teacher evaluation? Do you know how to conduct evidence-based assessment of student learning and use data to improve your teaching? Learn how to monitor student progress, graph scores, interpret data and communicate results during teacher evaluation conferences with your administrator.
Not offered summer
Fall: September  7 - December 20, 2016
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EDUC 648 Math Assessment for Response to Intervention (RtI)
2 graduate credits
Learn how to select and use assessment tools in mathematics to identify learning problems, monitor student progress, and implement Response to Intervention practices.
Summer: June 6 - July 15, 2016
Fall: September 6 - October 14, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 646 Using Games for Learning and Assessment
1 graduate credit
How can games be used to support learning? What is the difference between game-based learning and gamification (for classroom management and motivation)? This course provides the fundamentals in an engaging self-paced environment that features strategies like badges and quests.
Summer: July 5 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - October 21, 2016
Learn More     Register


RDGED 706 Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Language Development
3 graduate credits
A study of the interrelationship of qualitative assessment and evaluation to literacy development including current research in reading and language arts practices.  Selection, administration and interpretation of formative and summative literacy assessments for the purpose of evaluating reading and language processes.
NOTE: This course must be completed as a prerequisite for RDGED 707 Practicum in Reading Difficulties.
Summer: June 6 - August 17, 2016
Fall: September 19 - December 2, 2016
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EDUC 762 Assessment in E-learning
3 graduate credits
Improve efficiency and teaching effectiveness with hands-on practice using online assessment tools. Practice strategies to detect, document, and minimize plagiarism in the online classroom. Develop rubrics for evaluating achievement of learning objectives. Apply current research and technology tools such as concept maps, blogs, wikis, online surveys and e-portfolios to create authentic assessments.
Summer: May 2 - June 24, 2016 or June 27 - August 19, 2016
Fall: August 29 - October 21, 2016 or October 24 - December 16, 2016
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Assisting Students with Autism Online Course


EDUC 647 Strategies for Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom
3 graduate credits
Learn strategies to assist students with language deficits, sensory needs, repetitive behaviors, and a low frustration for change. Become familiar with assistive technology devices and iPad/smartphone apps that increase communication skills. 
Summer: June 6 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register


Reading and Literacy Online Courses


You may enroll in individual courses for professional development or to renew a teaching license or complete all six online reading courses if you are pursuing Wisconsin 316 Reading Teacher Certification.

Reading Teacher Certification Information

RDGED 701 Developmental Reading K-12
3 graduate credits
Evidence-based instructional practices to promote word recognition, fluency, and comprehension along with procedures to assess children's development as they move from emergent literacy to learning to read and into the reading to learn stage.
Summer: June 6 - August 19, 2016
Fall: September 12 - November 30, 2016
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RDGED 702 Reading in the Content Areas K-12
3 graduate credits
Research-based teaching methods, study strategies, and technology focusing on the ability to use language processes (reading, writing, speaking, listening) to learn subject matter across the curriculum. Address key issues to facilitate the acquisition of content reading skills for all students, including English language learners from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Develop skills using informational texts to teach disciplinary literacy.
Summer: June 6 - August 19, 2016
Fall: September 26 - December 9, 2016
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RDGED 703 Children's Literature in the Reading Program (grades K-5)
3 graduate credits
Explore and discuss the world of today's authors and illustrators, the best new fiction, information books, multicultural literature, curriculum activities, and innovative community-based literacy activities. Emphasis is on contemporary selections.
Summer: June 6 - August 12, 2016
Fall: September 12 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register


RDGED 704 Young Adult Literature in the Reading Program (grades 6-12)
3 graduate credits
This class explores and discusses various formats (fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels) and traditional genres of contemporary young adult literature, and its application within the core standards, and in promoting literacy. Innovative uses of other forms of literature/media will also be discussed. Emphasis is on contemporary selections.
Summer: June 6 - August 12, 2016
Fall: September 12 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register


RDGED 706 Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Language Development
3 graduate credits
A study of the interrelationship of qualitative assessment and evaluation to literacy development including current research in reading and language arts practices.  Selection, administration and interpretation of formative and summative literacy assessments for the purpose of evaluating reading and language processes.
NOTE: This course must be completed as a prerequisite for RDGED 707 Practicum in Reading Difficulties.
Summer: June 6 - August 17, 2016
Fall: September 19 - December 2, 2016
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RDGED 705 Instructional Techniques for Assisting Students with Reading Difficulties
3 graduate credits
Integration of psycholinguistic theory into an interactive model of remedial interventions based on literacy acquisition research. Practical suggestions for integrating reading, writing and spelling into an effective program for struggling readers and special populations including the learning disabled.
Summer: May 31 - August 12, 2016
Fall: September 19 - December 2, 2016
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RDGED 707 Practicum in Reading Difficulties
3 graduate credits
A practicum in teaching individual students, who have completed grades 2-10, with reading difficulties. Assessment of the reader's strengths and needs is followed by the implementation of individualized instruction designed to assist the child in becoming a better reader.Prerequisite: RDGED 706 Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Language Development)
Summer: May 16 - August 12, 2016
Fall: September 6 - December 9, 2016
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Reading Specialist Certification Online Courses

You may  enroll in individual courses for professional development or to renew a teaching license, or complete the following three online courses if you are pursuing a Reading Specialist Certification in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin 17 Reading Specialist Certification Information

RDGED 720 Leading and Directing the Reading Program
3 graduate credits
Using theory, research data, evidence, and organizational change principles to develop, lead, evaluate, and improve PK-12 literacy and professional development programs. Response to Intervention (RtI) with emphasis on Progress Monitoring in Tier 2 and Tier 3. Leadership in developing and promoting effective literacy programs for all students is emphasized.
Not offered summer 2016
Fall: September 19 - December 2, 2016
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RDGED 721 Supporting Literacy Instruction
3 graduate credits
Supporting teachers in learning about effective literacy instruction through coaching, consultation, and ongoing professional development. Special attention will be given to analyzing data and mastering the complexities of observing, modeling, and providing feedback to teachers.
Spring: January 2017
Not offered summer or fall 2016
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RDGED 722 Reading Specialist Field Experience
3 graduate credits
Supervised school-based practicum in reading program implementation and evaluation. Emphasis is directed toward developing coaching practices, planning professional development programs, and facilitating evidence-based reading programs.
Not offered summer 2016
Fall: September 6 - December 9, 2016
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Teaching Writing Online Courses


EDUC 654 Teaching and Assessing Writing with the 6-Traits Elementary (PK-5)  - 3 graduate credits
EDUC 653 Teaching and Assessing Writing with the 6-Traits Middle School-Adult - 3 graduate credits
Instructional strategies using the 6-traits model (voice, ideas, word choice, organization, sentence fluency and conventions) to guide the writing process. Practice scoring and giving meaningful feedback. Includes digital tools and writing apps that support the Common Core State Standards in writing across the curriculum.
Summer: June 27 - August 19, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 28, 2016
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Teaching Math Online Courses


You may enroll in individual courses for professional development or to renew a teaching license or complete four courses for the Mathematics Specialist Certificate.


EDUC 648 Math Assessment for Response to Intervention (RtI)
2 graduate credits
Select and use assessment tools in mathematics to identify learning problems, to monitor student progress, and implement intervention practices.
Summer: June 6 - July 15, 2016
Fall: September 6 - October 14, 2016
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EDUC 661 Advanced Trends and Issues in PK-5 Mathematics Teaching
3 graduate credits
Feeling anxious about teaching math? This course will help you develop a math mindset as a teacher and share this enthusiasm and confidence with your students. You will learn instructional strategies to implement the Common Core math standards and math interventions to help students who struggle to learn mathematics and provide for individual needs.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: October 17 - December 9, 2016
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EDUC 659 Methods of Teaching Middle School Math (Grades 4-8)
3 graduate credits
Advanced teaching strategies and math interventions to help students meet Common Core math standards, improve test scores, and provide for individual needs.
Summer: June 6 - July 29, 2016
Fall: October 17 - December 9, 2016
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EDUC 662 Leadership for Math Specialists
3 graduate credits
Use research-based evidence, data, and organizational change principles to develop, lead, evaluate, and improve PK-12 mathematics programs at the classroom, school, or district level.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: October 3 - November 30, 2016
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EDUC 663 Mathematics Specialist Field Experience
2 graduate credits
School-based practicum with emphasis on developing coaching practices, planning professional development programs, and facilitating evidence-based math programs.
Fall: September 19 - December 2, 2016
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STEM Education Online Courses


EDUC 660 Teaching for Creativity and Innovation: The Maker Culture
3 graduate credits
How can you build a Makerspace in your school? How can you support the learning by doing maker movement in your classroom? Learn instructional strategies and how to use tools (physical or virtual) to support building models, prototypes, inventions and innovations and encourage creative problem solving and team collaboration across a wide range of subject matters and all grade levels.
Summer: June 6 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
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EDUC 658 Issues in STEM Education
3 graduate credits
Learn effective instructional strategies to help learners meet Common Core Mathematics Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards (which includes engineering). Explore STEM career pathways, and examine data trends in STEM education.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
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History, Social Studies, Humanities Online Courses


EDUC 642 Teaching Digital Media Literacy in the Content Areas Using Primary Sources
2 graduate credits
Designed for educators in all content areas who are incorporating primary sources, disciplinary literacy, inquiry and informational text, and those working with National History Day activities. Explore quality Web-based collections of primary source artifacts and add dynamic engagement in your teaching activities. 
Summer: June 13 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 11, 2016
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Instructional Design Courses and Certificate


You may complete all four instructional design online courses and earn an Instructional Design Certificate. All courses are approved electives in the Master of Science in Education and the Master of Science in Career and Technical Education  degree programs.

Instructional Design Graduate Certificate Information.

EDUC 765 Trends and Issues in Instructional Design
3 graduate credits
This course is designed to provide an in-depth comparison of current instructional design theories and models, variables that affect adult learning, techniques for stimulating and sustaining learner motivation, reinforcement of learning, skill transfer, and use of cognitive task analysis to determine instructional content.
Fall: August 22 - October 14, 2016
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EDUC 766 Instructional Strategies and Assessment Methods
3 graduate credits
Development of instructional goals, objectives, and assessment of outcomes. Methods for assessing learner performance and mapping appropriate assessment methods to instructional strategies and learning objectives. Performance-based assessment and tools to assess learner performance. Design of formative and summative methods. Prerequisite: EDUC 765
Summer: June 27 - August 19, 2016
Fall: October 24 - December 16, 2016
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EDUC 767 Designing Computer-based Training (CBT)
3 graduate credits
Just-in-time scenario-based modular development, user interface design, visual design, usability testing, and execution of common instructional strategies employed in self-paced products. Research, trends, and standards in computer-based training; development of reusable learning objects using multimedia software. Prerequisite: EDUC 765 and 766
Fall: August 22 - October 14, 2016
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EDUC 768 Project Management for Instructional Development
3 graduate credits
Examination of the initiation, planning, and closure of instructional development projects and practical knowledge on managing project scope, work breakdown structure, schedules, and resources including budgeting. Analysis of instructional development project life cycle. Prerequisite: EDUC 765, 766, 767
Summer: June 27 - August 19, 2016
Fall: October 24 - December 16, 2016
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E-learning and Online Teaching Courses and Certificate


You may enroll in individual courses for professional development or to renew a license or complete all five courses if you are pursuing the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate. The courses are approved electives in the Master of Science in Education and the Master of Science in Career and Technical Education  degree programs.

E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate Information

EDUC 760 E-learning for Educators
3 graduate credits
Learn how to add online components to enhance traditional face-to-face instruction/training with blended learning, or convert courses, training or workshops for online delivery. Facilitate discussion forums and create online assessments, curation systems, and e-portfolios. Analyze e-learning theory principles including accessibility and universal design for learning, as well as closed captioning. Learn how to support online learners with strategies that increase learner interaction and engagement, and best practices in online teaching.
Summer: May 2 - June 24, 2016 or June 6 - July 29, 2016 or June 27 - August 29, 2016
Fall: August 29 - October 21, 2016 or October 10 - December 2, 2016
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EDUC 762 Assessment in E-learning
3 graduate credits
Improve efficiency and teaching effectiveness with hands-on practice using online assessment tools. Practice strategies to detect, document, and minimize plagiarism in the online classroom. Develop rubrics for evaluating achievement of learning objectives. Apply current research and technology tools such as concept maps, blogs, wikis, online surveys and e-portfolios to create authentic assessments.
Summer: May 2 - June 24, 2016 or June 27 - August 19, 2016
Fall: August 29 - October 21, 2016 or October 24 - December 16, 2016
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EDUC 763 Instructional Design for E-learning
3 graduate credits
Learn how to create online courses that work efficiently. Focused on instructor-led and facilitated methods more than self-paced/ computer-based training, this course addresses the process of instructional design for adult audiences as well as K-12. Also covered are blended learning environments and the use of a variety of media and activities.
Summer: May 2 - June 24, 2016
Fall: August 29 - October 21, 2016
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EDUC 761 Collaborative Communities in E-learning - Online Facilitation Skills
3 graduate credits
Discuss and practice facilitating online (for trainers and teachers) using asynchronous and synchronous communication technologies. Design online discussion prompts, develop skills in conflict resolution and collaboration through problem solving scenarios.
Summer: June 27 - August 19, 2016
Fall: October 24 - December 16, 2016
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EDUC 764 E-learning Practicum
3 graduate credits
Practicum in teaching online with a cooperating online instructor. Application of online pedagogy and technology evaluated through observation, discussion and reflections. Completion of a professional development plan and e-portfolio evidence of attainment of online teaching standards. (Note: The practicum may only be taken after all other courses for the Certificate in E-Learning and Online Teaching are completed.)
Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Summer: May 2 - August 19, 2016
Fall: August 29 - December 16, 2016
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Differentiating Instruction and Response to Intervention Online Courses


EDUC 645 School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
3 graduate credits
Explore school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) and learn how to create a data-driven plan using three-level interventions to address student behavior, eliminate behavioral distractions and monitor progress.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
Learn More      Register


EDUC 652 Universal Design for Learning (for online classes and face-to-face)
2 graduate credits
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to instructional design that goes well beyond disabilities, accessibility or legislation to support learners in online, blended and traditional learning environments. Learn how to systematically plan instruction according to UDL principles, including differentiated assessment strategies. Designed for educators, instructional designers and trainers interested in increasing learner motivation and engagement.
Summer: June 13 - July 22, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 4, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 647 Strategies for Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom
3 graduate credits
Learn strategies to assist students with language deficits, sensory needs, repetitive behaviors, and a low frustration for change. Become familiar with assistive technology devices and iPad/smartphone apps that increase communication skills. Explore functional behavior assessment, learn how to implement a behavior intervention plan.
Summer: June 6 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 640 Poverty in Schools: Working with At-Risk Students
2 graduate credits
Want to better help students from poverty in your classroom?  Addressing the challenges which face this population is a complex task. Learn how to improve academic achievement in your economically disadvantaged student population. 
Summer: June 20 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 6 - October 14, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 648 Math Assessment for Response to Intervention (RtI)
2 graduate credits
Learn how to select and use assessment tools in mathematics to identify learning problems, to monitor student progress, and to implement Response to Intervention practices.
Summer: June 6 - July 15, 2016
Fall: September 6 - October 14, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 655 Strategies for Dealing with Disruptive Behavior (Classroom Management)
3 graduate credits
Evidence-based preventive strategies, positive behavioral supports, effective interventions, and classroom management strategies for addressing problem behaviors, chronic noncompliance, and disruptive conduct.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: October 3 - November 25, 2016
Learn More      Register

 

School Library Media Specialist Online Courses


EDUC 660 Teaching for Creativity and Innovation: The Maker Culture
3 graduate credits
Are you interested in building a Makerspace in your school, library or classroom? Do you want to learn how to guide students through design challenges, and explore fixed stations versus workshops? How can you use tools (physical or virtual) to support building models, prototypes, inventions and innovations, encourage creative problem solving and team collaboration across a wide range of subject matters and all grade levels? Unleash your creativity with innovative tools and maker project ideas that support learning.
Summer: June 6 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 642 Teaching Digital Media Literacy in the Content Areas
2 graduate credits
Designed for educators in all content areas who are incorporating primary sources, disciplinary literacy, inquiry and informational text, and those working with National History Day activities. Explore quality Web-based collections of primary source artifacts and add dynamic engagement in your teaching activities. 
Summer: June 13 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 11, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 641 Mobile Learning Instructional Design (for Chromebooks, cell phones, tablets, and iPads)
3 graduate credits
Focus on the pedagogy of mobile learning and how it is shaping education and training by allowing users to collaborate, communicate, research, and create in new and different ways. Participants will explore designing and integrating mobile applications and resources to enhance and extend student learning.
Summer: June 13 - August 5, 2016
Fall: September 26 - December 2, 2016
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EDUC 650 Integrating Social Media Instructional Strategies
1 graduate credit
Use social media to connect with learners, communicate with parents, or for professional development. Learn how to use Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social networks in and out of the classroom.
Summer: June 20 - July 15, 2016
Not Offered Fall 2016
Learn More      Register


EDUC 646 Using Games for Learning and Assessment
1 graduate credit
How can games be used to support learning? What is the difference between game-based learning and gamification (for classroom management and motivation)? This course provides the fundamentals in an engaging self-paced environment that features strategies like badges and quests.
Summer: July 5 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - October 21, 2016
Learn More     Register


EDUC 651 Project-based Learning in the Flipped Classroom
2 graduate credits
Implement a project-based flipped approach to improve learner engagement using active learning strategies, includes classroom management, effective assessment, and collaboration techniques.
Summer: June 20 - July 29, 2016
Fall: September 26 - November 4, 2016
Learn More      Register


RDGED 703 Children's Literature in the Reading Program (grades K-5)
3 graduate credits
Explore and discuss the world of today's authors and illustrators, the best new fiction, information books, multicultural literature, curriculum activities, and innovative community-based literacy activities. Emphasis is on contemporary selections.
Summer: June 6 - August 12, 2016
Fall: September 12 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register


RDGED 704 Young Adult Literature in the Reading Program (grades 6-12)
3 graduate credits
This class explores and discusses various formats (fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels) and traditional genres of contemporary young adult literature, and its application within the core standards, and in promoting literacy. Innovative uses of other forms of literature/media will also be discussed. Emphasis is on contemporary selections.
Summer: June 6 - August 12, 2016
Fall: September 12 - November 18, 2016
Learn More     Register

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