2019 Summer
SLHS 0539 Neuroanatomy and Disorders of Speech and Language
Structural and functional neuroanatomy and disorders of speech and language resulting from pathology of the nervous system.

Prerequisites: Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences 300, 305, and 321

Course Date(s)
June 24 - August 18
$951
Instructors
Dorothy Yang
2019 Summer
PSY 0052 Police and Correctional Psychology
In this course you will be learn about the intersection of mental health, the practice of psychology and two major forensic fields. By the end of the course students will have learned about many topics in both forensic fields including: Police Interviews, Domestic Violence, Use of Force, Suicide and Law Enforcement, Cops in Trouble, Restorative Justice, Peer Support, Complex Trauma and Grief, Critical Incidents, Psychological Disorders Involved in Crime, Type of Forensic Evaluations Inmates in Jail Undergo, Family Crimes, Malingering, Sex Crimes, Stalking and Harassment, Death Penalty, Crime Victims and Gangs.
Course Date(s)
July 8 - August 1
2019 Summer
PSY 0050 Fundamentals of Forensic Psychology
The course is intended to introduce students to the wide-range field of forensic psychology and is designed to consider the relationship between psychology and law by showing how psychological research and theory can inform the legal process. This course will examine the position and responsibilities of forensic psychologists in police work, criminal investigation, investigate behavioral analysis, threat assessment, eyewitness identification, school bullying, mental defenses and competency issues, sexual abuse issues, juvenile forensics and death penalty cases, and jury selection.
Course Date(s)
May 6 - June 30
2019 Summer
P H 0762 Behavioral Medicine
Behavioral management approaches to health care problems. Diseases and conditions that arise from physical, psychological and environmental causes; behavioral interventions that attenuate disease process and improve compliance.
Course Date(s)
July 22 - September 13
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DLE 0653 Language Development in K-12 Multilingual Classrooms
Dual language and multilingual classrooms, universals and differences in language structure, transfer, and use (including basic linguistics). First and additional language development; related factors (political/sociocultural aspects of bilingualism). Taught in English and Spanish.
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Instructors
Guillermo Gomez
2019 Summer
TE 0790 Seminar Visual-Based Literacy Strategies
This fully online course, designed for K-12 teachers, focuses on using visual texts to support equitable instructional practices for diverse learners. Content will include a theoretical grounding in multiliteracies, as well as an exploration of a range of visual-based classroom strategies to scaffold and demonstrate understanding.
Course Date(s)
June 24 - August 16
EDL 0680.02 Seminar in PK-12 Educational Administration: Seminar for Personalized Learning and Leading Through Technology
Educational administration in preK-12 schools and school districts. Field experience when appropriate.
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Instructors
Lee Ann Jung
DLE 0415 Biliteracy Foundations for Teaching and Learning in Diverse Communities

Oral, written, and communicative competencies in Spanish through practical experiences and study of socio-political and socio-cultural contexts impacting bilingual learners in culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Maximum credit eight units

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DLE 0515 Multilingual Education: Theory and Practice for Biliteracy Teachers
Pedagogical and programmatic practices for addressing linguistic and academic needs of multilingual learners. Historical and theoretical foundations of bilingual education as related to bilingual and dual language programs to include instruction, curriculum, and assessment. Taught in Spanish and English. (Formerly numbered Policy Studies in Language and Cross-Cultural Education 515.)
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Instructors
Robert Pollack
DLE 0532 Biliteracy Teaching in Language Arts for Elementary Students
Assessing language proficiency; selecting, designing, and eval-uating learning experiences to develop biliteracy in K-6 classrooms in English language arts and Spanish, Arabic, or Mandarin. Taught bilingually in language of emphasis and English.
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Instructors
Carlos Ulloa

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