CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
June 3 - June 20
40005 EDUC 5103 G01 3 Learning To Lead MTWR 08:00am  12:00
    Enrollment: 0 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst:
  This course provides an overview of the teacher leader concept and the critical issues, challenges, and ethics that the teacher as a leader faces within the school community. This course examines the history, current trends, and future of teacher as leader in P-12 public schools. Special attention is given to the teacher as a a collaborative, reflective, data-driven leader and decision maker. Various performance events are structured into the course to evaluate the degree a student is able to integrate and apply the knowledge base presented in this course with "authentic" applications in the professions of education.
40007 EDUC 5163 WEB 3 Schl Ldr & Prof Learning Comm N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 5 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Virginia Hess
  This course will examine the concept of the Professional Learning Community (PLC). The class will examine several PLC models, including the Three Basic Ideas as presented by Robert DuFour, (2004). Special emphasis is given to the personal teaching and leadership skills needed to develop, thrive, and be a contributing member within a PLC.
40006 EDUC 5223 G01 3 Esl And Literacy MTWR 08:00am  12:00
    Enrollment: 4 Location: GOODHU 211 Inst: Timothy McAlpine
  This course provides an overview of strategies for teaching English literacy skills to second language learners. The focus will be on leadership roles in identifying theory and practice related to reading, writing, listening and speaking; and on leading others in incorporating strategies that work for both students and community.
July 1 - July 18
40008 EDUC 5233 WEB 3 Ldrship In Differentiating Ins N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 6 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Latasha Jones
  ThIs course is designed to enhance understanding of effectively meeting the needs of learners with varying abilities, interests, learning profiles by encouraging and supporting teachers as they match instructional strategies to student learning styles. Characteristics of a differentiated classroom; techniques for differentiating content, process, and outcomes; and differentiation on the basis of students' readiness, interest, and need are components of this course. Candidates will learn how to move differentiation from an abstract idea to school- wide acceptance and implementation.