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Iowa Electives and Professional Development

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New Elective Courses on Timely, Relevant Topics

Viterbo University Iowa Center Courses will be offered both online and face-to-face (Saturdays 8 am – 5 pm or weekdays during the summer) and may be taken in any sequence and without formal application. These course credits will be accepted toward the 15 elective credit requirement for the Master of Arts in Education program.

REQUEST INFORMATION

To Register: Call 888 235-2200/515 224-4811 or email kkwestcott@viterbo.edu

                                                     

Online Courses

Spring 2015:

EDUC 510:  Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) Role in Assessment/RtI I, Jan. 6-27, 2015.  Instructor: Anthony Aylsworth                                                     

EDUC 510:  Poverty:  Impact on Students and Strategies to Support Classroom Success, Jan. 8-Feb. 25, 2015.  Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) Role in Assessment/RtI II, Jan. 27-Feb. 17, 2015.  Instructor:  Anthony Aylsworth

EDUC 510:  Maximizing your Potential:  Going from Good to Great, Feb. 9 - March 27, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Challenging Classroom Behaviors:  Attention Seeking, Avoidance of Failure, Power and Revenge, Intervention Skills & Strategies, Feb. 9 - March 27, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Doing Your Great Work, Skills & Strategies, Feb. 9 - March 27, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Using Formative Assessments to Drive Instruction and Design Interventions, Feb. 17-March 10, 2015.
Instructor: Kristi Mixdorf

EDUC 510:  Incorporating Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy to Increase Learning, March 10-March 31, 2015. 
Instructor: Kristi Mixdorf

Summer 2015:

EDUC 510:  Maximizing your Potential:   Going from Good to Great, June 8 – July 20, 2015, Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Poverty:  Impact on Students and Strategies to Support Classroom Success, June 8 – July 20, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Challenging Classroom Behaviors:  Attention Seeking, Avoidance of Failure, Power and Revenge, Intervention Skills & Strategies, June 8 – July 20, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Doing Your Great Work, Skills & Strategies, June 8 – July 20, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

 Fall 2015:

EDUC 510:  Maximizing your Potential:  Going from Good to Great, Oct. 12 – Nov. 23, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Poverty:  Impact on Students and Strategies to Support Classroom Success, Oct. 12 – Nov. 23, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Challenging Classroom Behaviors:  Attention Seeking, Avoidance of Failure, Power and Revenge, Intervention Skills & Strategies, Oct. 12 – Nov. 23, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Doing Your Great Work, Skills & Strategies, Oct. 12 – Nov. 23, 2015
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

Spring 2016:

EDUC 510:  Maximizing your Potential: Going from Good to Great, Feb. 15 – March 28, 2016
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Poverty:  Impact on Students and Strategies to Support Classroom Success, Feb. 15 – March 28, 2016
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Challenging Classroom Behaviors:  Attention Seeking, Avoidance of Failure, Power and Revenge, Intervention Skills & Strategies, Feb. 15 – March 28, 2016
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

EDUC 510:  Doing Your Great Work, Skills & Strategies, Feb. 15 – March 28, 2016
Instructor:  JoAnn Berkowitz

West Des Moines (face-to-face classes)
Viterbo Iowa Center, 4949 Westown Pkwy., Suite 195, WDM

Spring 2015:

EDUC 546:  Effective Teacher Mentoring and Coaching, April 11 & 18, 2015
Instructor:  Annette Duncan

Summer 2015:

EDUC 546:  Best Practice Meets Classroom Application, June 10-12 & 17
Instructor:  Mary Humke

EDUC 546:  Brain-Based Teaching, June 18-19
Instructor:  Ramona Parrish


Wisconsin Internet Courses:

Many one graduate credit courses are offered from Viterbo University in partnership with Critical Connections. These courses target classroom best practices and providing timely content that addresses the classroom challenges in our schools today.

Examples of some of the course titles: Family Roles, I Hate Math, EQ/IQ, Maximizing Your Potential, Motivating the Gifted Underachiever, Communications with Parents—over 30 titles to choose from!  Each course is six weeks in length and allows teachers the greatest flexibility and instructor support in completing learning activities each week allowing the possibility of multiple courses to be taken each session.

“This course was excellent.  I was able to learn content that was relevant to my teaching situation, implement and adjust during the weeks that I was enrolled in the course. The instructor provided excellent support.”-- WI teacher, 2013.

Course syllabi and further course date details are available at
mycriticalconnections.com and by calling 800-234-8721.


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