UW-Green Bay offers summer professional learning opportunities for educators

Educators who are looking for opportunities to reach professional development goals, obtain license renewal, or seek salary advancement can choose from dozens of summer courses being offered by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Education Outreach Program.

For educators who want to learn more about creating interactive lessons using Power Point presentations and Notebook Version 10 software, “SMART Boards Essentials” will be offered in Sheboygan Falls and Neenah. This course is geared toward beginners, but also will accommodate the needs of teachers/administrators who have used SMART technology. Students will have lots of one-on-one time with the instructor. In addition, if your goal is to learn the basics and then train your staff, this is the course for you.

Those who already have some familiarity with SMART Boards, but want to learn more, may be interested in “Advanced SMART Boards: Beyond the Essentials” which is being offered in Sheboygan Falls. This course is geared to persons who currently use SMART Notebook Software, and is designed to take you to the next level of SMART Technology by integrating more interactive choices, assessments, concept tutorials, and podcasts into large group presentations as well as individual tutorials for remediation and enrichment.

UW-Green Bay courses for educators are offered in face-to-face as well as online learning formats and include credit and noncredit enrollment options.

Enrollment in all classes is limited, so registration at least two weeks before the start of a course is recommended. Numbers for detailed information and to request registration materials are (920) 465-2480 or (800) 621-2313 or send an e-mail to educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

Registration is underway and can be accomplished easily online. For a full listing of classes, costs and scheduled dates and times visit: www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach.

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R. Terry Anderson

I teach English Composition and handle media and marketing for the Institute for Learning Partnership.

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