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Graduate Courses in Education – Spring 2015

EDUC 463: Teaching With Modern Web Technologies
This course relates educational theory and practice to applications of the Internet, applying content from educational foundations, curriculum, and research. (3 credits) This is a required course in the Teaching Writing & Literacy Certificate.
Online, January 19 – May 1, 2015

EDUC 452: Teaching Writing
Techniques for teaching the writing process, kindergarten through grade 12, including writing in content areas; workshop format. (3 credits) This is a required course in the Teaching Writing & Literacy Certificate.
Mondays, January 19 – April 27, 2015, 5:30-8:30 pm at the Northern Tier Career Center

EDUC 459: Strategies for Effective Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms
Course examines effective strategies for accommodating and adapting instruction for exceptional learners in secondary classrooms. (3 credits)
Thursdays, January 22 – April 30, 2015, 5:30-8:30 pm at the Northern Tier Career Center

EDUC 422: Literature for Children and Adolescents
Literature for children and adolescents, approaches for using such literature in the school curriculum. (3 credits)
Meets 1/20 and 4/28 face to face
5-8 pm at the Northern Tier Career Center, the remainder of the course will be online, January 19 – May 1, 2015

EDUC 418: Positive Classroom Climate for Positive Attitudes About Learning
Participants will learn strategies for creating classroom climates which encourage positive attitudes toward learning while preventing and correcting student misbehavior. (3 credits)
Online, January 19 – May 1, 2015

C I 405: Strategies in Classroom Management
Managing and coping with disruptive student behavior in instructional settings so the instructor can create an environment which supports the teaching/learning process. (3 credits)
Online, January 19 – May 1, 2015

COMM 197: Film & Discussion Series - Five Great Books/Five Great Films

Remember the thrill of reading a great book?  Remember when it began a great movie? (1 credit)
Tuesdays, March 24-April 21, 2015 6-9 pm at the Keystone Theater in Towanda, PA.
Details to be announced, check back soon.

Teaching Writing and Literacy Certificate

No matter what you are teaching, Penn State’s Specialist Certificate: Teaching Writing and Literacy is for you! This 15-credit program is similar to the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s range of educational endorsements. The Writing Specialist Certificate is designed to afford educators deep study in all aspects of teaching literacy. It provides the teacher with real-world skills for implementing the writing requirements of the PA Core Standards.

Considering a Masters Degree Program?
The core courses of Penn State Harrisburg’s 30-credit Master of Education in Teaching and Curriculum are delivered online.  Why not take a course with an “EDUC” prefix as they may transfer in to the program as electives?

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