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NC 0296 Inquiry-Based Learning for Global Competence

Inquiry-based learning is rooted in the investigation of questions and case studies, as well as problem solving. Participants will consider various approaches to inquiry, both for their own global competency and for guiding students. Participants will engage in professional learning groups to explore issues that are germane to their teaching situations. Central to this course is social and critical reflection on the meta-issues that arise when engaged in inquiry, including limitations of what can be known, perspectives, and awareness of the presence of the author(s) viewpoint orienting any given text.

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SLHS 0514 Foundations of Speech-Language: Differences and Disorders in Children

Speech and language disorders and issues related to assessment of and intervention with children from culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

Prerequisite: Grade of C (2.0) or better in SLHS 513.

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Irina Potapova
2019 Spring
SPED 0651 Legislation, Leadership, and Management for Special Education Services

Implementation of laws, regulations, and compliance requirements in special education.
Leadership approaches for managing school related services within a multidisciplinary context.

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January 28 - May 17
$900
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Laura B Craig
ED 0795B Seminar: 795B

An intensive study in selected areas of education culminating in a written project. Limited to students following Plan B for the Master of Arts degree in Education.

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R A 0696.03 Regulatory Intelligence/Strategy

Regulatory intelligence involves gathering, monitoring, analyzing, and communicating regulatory information. This intelligence shapes regulatory strategy for product development and submission routes. This course develops the skills of regulatory affairs professionals to prepare and use regulatory intelligence to develop regulatory strategy recommendations.

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Mary E Wilhelm
R A 0696.02 Pre-Approval Inspections

Students learn the requirements for hosting successful US FDA Pre-Approval Inspections (PAI) for small and large molecules, how to effectively interpret and apply current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs), and the differences between FDA and EU requirements for the manufacture and control of pharmaceuticals.

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ED 0997.118 Understanding Student Trauma and Its Impact on Learning

This course is designed to help the educator as a whole. The topics discussed will touch on many aspects that are involved with working in the field of education. Whether you are an administrator or classroom teacher, there are key pieces of information we will provide to help you experience greater success while working with students dealing with trauma.

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ED 0997.119 Google Forms and Add-Ons

This two-credit course focuses on the growing world of Google Docs and Add-Ons. Google Docs and Add-Ons is a course where the teacher learns to use pre-written Add-Ons to automate tasks. Learn short cuts for quizzes, grading, data entry, document creation and distribution, etc. Unleash the power of your favorite Google Doc and learn easy ways to automate tasks across Google products. Scripting can enhance learning between and amid students. Teachers learn to utilize the pre-built scripting tools of many educationally-relevant tools and use these as a starting point to discover hundreds of Add-Ons that lead to standards-based lessons which are efficient, effective, and engaged.
All facets of the course focus on best practice instruction and research-based approaches to teaching. All levels of technology experience are encouraged to take this course.

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ED 0997.117 Motivating and Challenging All Students

This course is designed to provide teachers with the knowledge and strategies to improve their skills in order to help motivate and challenge students to do their best; thus, improving student achievement.

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ED 0997.116 What Great Teachers Do Differently

Based on the book What Great Teachers Do Differently, this course explores characteristics of effective teachers. Matters such as; how effective teachers view their classrooms and students, how they prioritize, and what drives their decisions will be highlighted. This course will present an opportunity for teachers to examine their own effectiveness as well as to refine their skills as preferred.
Comprised of 19 mini lessons, the course offers information and ideas on teacher effectiveness for those who aspire to improve classroom settings and student learning outcomes.

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