2019 Summer
HTM 0696 Mentoring and Coaching
With a focus on mentoring, this course provides deeply customized learning and competency development. The comprehensive approach encourages students to pursue their own leadership vision as they develop their context, relationship, and self-mastery competencies.
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July 15 - December 16
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P A 0640.03 Crafting and Executing Strategy
This class focuses on the strategy of senior management and the establishment of meaningful goals and objectives that align with the organization’s mission and guide decision making. Identifying key stakeholders, resource commitments, implementation and evaluation methods represent the core elements of the class. Assessing existing organizational strategic plans and processes will help inform each student’s development of a strategic plan for an organization of their choosing.
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Robert J Sobie
ED 0997.172 Balancing Technology Use to Increase Student Retention
Smartphone addiction and its many distracting effects in the classroom and our personal lives is finally coming to light. With a curriculum based on the research of author and SDSU Psychology Professor Jean M. Twenge, this course will demonstrate how to minimize smartphone distraction, balance classroom technology use, and create community by re-humanizing the classroom experience for empowering cognitive retention.
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Jose A Rodriguez
2019 Summer
ED 0997.173 Designing a Technology-Driven Classroom
If used well, technology has the power to enhance, amplify, and redefine today’s classroom. This course will explore how technology-based tools and strategies can be integrated into the classroom to support all students, build engagement, and provide innovative learning experiences. Learn how to use digital tools for formative assessments, to promote creativity and critical thinking using web and iOS apps, and build inclusive digital activities.
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July 13 - August 10
2019 Fall
ED 0997.171 Redefine Instruction with a Flipped Classroom
The influx of devices into our schools has expanded the instructional opportunities available to teachers. The flipped learning concept involves creating custom computer-screen videos that can be harnessed by teachers to maximize class time, personalize learning, and increase efficiency. This course will explore the various ways the elements of a flipped classroom can be integrated into traditional and blended classes. Additionally, students will learn how to plan, create, and deliver screencast videos.
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August 10 - August 24
ARP 0645A Assessment in Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation assessment, labor market information, and career planning implications. Current assessment approaches, counseling, and career theories related to individuals with disabilities.
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NUTR 0313 Contemporary Nutrition
Food and nutrient classifications, functions, requirements, and recommendations. Relationship of nutrition to health, fitness, performance, and disease. Menus and recipes, food packaging labels, nutrition literature.
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P H 0672 Public Health Program Evaluation
Activities, processes, and skills to include communicating results, contextual issues, design, methods, steps, and ensuring summative findings are used.
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Jennifer Felner
2019 Fall
HCC 0001 Foundations of Health Communication
Get a comprehensive overview of a variety of health communication topics including patient-provider communication, health communication campaigns, supportive relationships, and health-related public policy. Research methods, theories, and best practices are also covered.
Course Date(s)
August 19 - September 27
$420
Instructors
Perry Pauley
2019 Fall
HCC 0002 Patient-Provider Communication
This course explores primary communication activities such as organizing medical interviews in clinical settings. Particular attention is paid to the role of empathy and understanding in medical interaction. Implications for quality of care, healing outcomes, and medical education are also addressed.
Course Date(s)
October 7 - November 15
$420
Instructors
Perry Pauley

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