UW-Green Bay offers fall 2015 courses for educators
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is pleased to announce its autumn course offerings for educators who wish to obtain license renewal, achieve personal or professional developmental goals, or seek salary advancement.
Educators with basic experience using Google tools can further their technology skills through the popular class, “Google Tools: Moving your Skills to the Next Level.” Two new courses in the science area include a new field biology course, “Methods of Field Biology for Educators: Natural History and Biology of Lake Michigan Salmon,” and a course on how to bring archeology into the elementary classroom, “Archeology for the Elementary School.” Also back by popular demand is the course, “Interventions: Evidence-Based Behavioral Strategies for Individual Students,” which is aimed at assisting educators who work with students struggling with chronic misbehavior.
Visit Education Outreach for a more complete list of courses, along with syllabi, enrollment options, and registration information. New offerings are added throughout the year. The website contains the most up-to-date listing. Space is limited and registration is recommended at least three weeks prior to the start of each course. UW-Green Bay courses for educators are aligned with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure.
Contact the UW-Green Bay Education Outreach Office with questions or further information at (800) 621-2313 or (920) 465-2480 or e-mail.