School of Education Graduate Summer Workshops Start June 12

May 12, 2009

Graduate summer workshops for the School of Education start as early as June 12. Click on “read more” to register now.

Graduate Education Workshops (Main Campus)

Vision and Its Effects on Learning
June 11 and 12, 2010
Friday 5-9 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Credit: 1 hour
Grade Level: PreK-8th
Location: McNeill 30
Instructor: Dr. Kevin B. Cline
During this workshop students will gain insight into what vision really entails.  Vision is more than 20/20.  Powerpoint presentation, live video of students demonstrating Learning Related Vision Problems, lots of hands-on demonstrations, student participation, tools to take home, and useful handouts.  This class is designed to help you identify those students that have Learning Related Vision Problems.
Celebrate Success in Reading and Mathematics
June 11 and 12, 2010
Friday  – June 11 5-8 p.m.
Saturday – June 12 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Credit: 1 hour
Grade Level: K-5
Location: McNeill 40/Main Campus
Instructor: Joan Purkey
WORKSHOP COURSE DESCRIPTION: Teaching a concept at multiple levels of complexity is important if our students are going to succeed.  This workshop will give you plenty of ideas to tier your instruction so all students are successful.  A multitude of “Hands on Activities” will be presented for you to construct and have ready for the beginning of school.