This workshop is designed to give participants an opportunity to learn how to effectively develop and instruct a virtual classroom by making use of free resources available on the Internet. Participants will develop curriculum, acquire resources for uploading, review best-practice design models, and produce an ecourse that will be readily available for implementation.
Trends in reading instruction to include developmental sequences in reading skills and abilities, reading in the content fields, individual differences and interests.
For more information, please contact the School of Teacher Education at (619) 594-6131.
Prerequisites: Valid teaching credential; consent of instructor; and a course in methods and materials for teaching language arts.
Theoretical knowledge and practical skill in assessing reading and language arts using both formal and informal measures.
Energy is Everything (EisE) provides education and supportive resources to program participants on topics that
include: Energy Resources, Gas and Electricity, Waste Management, Air Quality and Transportation; Water
Conservation, and the Water-Energy Nexus.
October 1 - December 31
Participants of this customized course will learn the foundational skills required to provide exceptional customer service, gain a foundational understanding of key management skills and assist leaders to carefully design a personal development plan.
May 5 - August 31
The goal of Leading Edge Certification (LEC) is to help each participant become a more effective online and blended learning instructor, and to provide a learning context that interests, excites, and challenges students to explore effective teaching practices. This course includes both theoretical and experiential components.
This course is intended to introduce students to the wide-ranging field of forensic psychology and is designed to consider the relationship between psychology and the 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, investigative 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.