Education Outreach presents array of winter/spring Offerings for Educators

Topics including culturally responsive teaching, digital safety and educational improvisation highlight a full slate of winter/spring 2013 Offerings for Educators from UW-Green Bay Education Outreach. Designed for teachers, administrators and other professionals, these courses offer in-person and online options both for credit and not. They’re designed to help busy educators achieve their personal and professional goals, applying theory and best practices to the classroom and school environments. Check out www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach/ and our full news release for more details.
 

Technology, poverty among Fall 2012 Offerings for Educators

Classroom technology and poverty and learning are among the topics explored in the Fall 2012 Offerings for Educators from UW-Green Bay Education Outreach. Courses include the brand-new “Integrating iPads into the Curriculum,” along with the online offerings “Creativity in the 21st Century Classroom” and “Designing the 21st Century Classroom.” Educators also can choose such options as “Children and Poverty,” a popular returning option that examines the issues of childhood poverty and homelessness, and the effects on the brain and learning. For more information, see our full news release.

Think summer: Education Outreach offering full slate of educator courses

The ever-evolving world of technology in the classroom will be among the topics explored as UW-Green Bay Education Outreach presents its Summer 2012 Offerings for Educators. And while summer may seem far away, area teachers and administrators can plan now for courses including “Integrating Instructional Technology into the Curriculum,” “Designing the 21st Century Classroom” and “Digital Safety and Responsibility in the 21st Century.” Credit and noncredit, in-person, online and blended options available. More details.

Technology, digital safety courses highlight UW-Green Bay summer educator offerings

The ever-evolving world of technology in the classroom will be among the topics explored as UW-Green Bay Education Outreach presents its Summer 2012 Offerings for Educators.

A full slate of enriching course options includes “Integrating Instructional Technology into the Curriculum,” which will focus on Google, as well as the technology-centered “Designing the 21st Century Classroom” and “Connect, Collaborate and Collect Resources for your Classroom.” Educators also can learn how to teach responsible classroom technology use through “Digital Safety and Responsibility in the 21st Century.”

The diverse array of Summer 2012 courses allows teachers, administrators and other professionals to earn undergraduate or graduate credits while enhancing their knowledge of today’s issues and trends in education. Noncredit options also are available for most classes. Courses are offered in a number of Northeastern Wisconsin locations, as well as via online and blended learning options, allowing busy educators to learn where and when it is convenient for them.

Detailed course information, including syllabi and cost and registration details, is available online at www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach. In addition to returning favorites, a number of new classes are being offered during the summer. New offerings continue to be developed and added throughout the year, so interested educators are asked to check back periodically for fresh options.

UW-Green Bay courses for educators align with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure. Contact the Education Outreach Office with questions or for more information at (800) 621-2313 or (920) 465-2480 or educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

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Online learning, classroom of tomorrow among winter/spring educator offerings

Area educators can explore topics including the 21st century classroom and student drug and alcohol abuse as UW-Green Bay Education Outreach presents its Winter/Spring 2012 Offerings for Educators. Courses allow teachers, administrators and other professionals to earn undergraduate or graduate credits while enhancing their knowledge of today’s trends and issues in education. Noncredit options also are available. For more details, click here.

 

Blended learning course among UW-Green Bay winter/spring educator offerings

Online learning, the classroom of tomorrow and student drug and alcohol abuse are just a few of the topics educators can explore as UW-Green Bay Education Outreach presents its Winter/Spring 2012 Offerings for Educators.

This diverse array of courses allows teachers, administrators and other professionals to earn undergraduate or graduate credits while enhancing their knowledge of today’s trends and issues in education. Noncredit options also are available for each course.

Highlights for Winter/Spring 2012 include Designing the 21st Century Classroom and Drug Impairment Training for Education Professionals, a Sturgeon Bay-based workshop offering that involves identifying and addressing drug and alcohol issues in the school environment. Other courses of note include An Introduction to Problem Based Learning, which is a blended learning option involving part face-to-face and part online instruction.

Detailed course information is available at www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach, including cost information, syllabi and registration information. Courses are offered in a number of Northeastern Wisconsin locations, as well as online, allowing busy educators to learn where and when it is convenient for them. New offerings are developed and added throughout the year, so interested educators are asked to check back periodically for new options.

UW-Green Bay courses for educators align with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure. Contact the Education Outreach Office with questions or for more information at (800) 621-2313 or (920) 465-2480 or educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

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Technology, child poverty courses highlight UW-Green Bay fall educator offerings

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is offering an array of fall courses for educators looking to enhance their professional learning and earn university credit or a certificate of completion for their professional development plan. From creativity and innovation to technology and classroom management, area educators can choose from a wide variety of courses that meet their professional needs. Classes are offered in a number of Northeastern Wisconsin locations, as well as online, allowing busy educators to learn where and when it is convenient for them.

Each of the courses, offered by UW-Green Bay’s Education Outreach Office, offers a uniquely tailored educational experience. Highlights for fall 2011 include several online courses that focus on new technologies for enhancing student learning, as well as a Children and Poverty course that examines the critical issues of childhood poverty and homelessness.

Visit www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach for a list of courses, as well as syllabi and registration information. New offerings are developed and added throughout the year, so interested educators are asked to check back periodically for new options.

UW-Green Bay courses for educators align with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure. Contact the Education Outreach Office with questions or for more information at (800) 621-2313 or (920) 465-2480 or educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

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It’s never too early to think of summer

UW-Green Bay’s Education Outreach Program is once again offering dozens of summer courses for educators. The courses include 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 three weeks before the start of a course is recommended. For more information visit their website or call (920) 465-2480. For a full release on the summer offerings click here.