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EDUC 359/559
This course is an extension of the Beginning Sign Language course of American Sign Language with more comparison and continuation of signed English. Upon completion of this course, students will possess a more extensive vocabulary, ASL and English sentence structure and instruction in conversation skills. More
Starts Starts: 1/9/2018 4:15 PM
Sessions Sessions: 8
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Undergraduate, and 1 Graduate Credit
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EDUC 359/559
Have you ever felt ill equipped to handle the challenging behaviors that we face as educators? Are you frustrated with the constant attention that some of our students require? We see a wide variety of challenging behaviors in schools, but you CAN still teach successfully! Join us to analyze and change the problem behaviors that are keeping your students from learning! This class consists of seven face-to-face and six virtual on-line sessions. The virtual/on-line sessions will take place in a Google Classroom, as well as instruction through EdPuzzle (PowerPoint videos with questions requiring response embedded throughout the video). Responses required through Google Classroom will be dive deeper in the week’s topics, as well as sharing evidence as to how the information/interventions are being utilized by the teacher. More
Starts Starts: 1/10/2018 4:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 7
Credits Credits: 30 CEU/CE, 2 Undergraduate, and 2 Graduate Credit
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EDUC 359/559
This course is an extension of the Intermediate Sign Language course of American Sign Language with more comparison and continuation of signed English. Upon completion of this course, students will possess a more extensive vocabulary, ASL and English sentence structure and instruction in conversation skills. Participants will complete chapters 6-10 in the ABCs of American Sign Language book. More
Starts Starts: 1/11/2018 4:15 PM
Sessions Sessions: 8
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Undergraduate, and 1 Graduate Credit
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EDU198D.1/EDU548F.1
Vicarious trauma is an occupational danger for those who work in the many helping professions, including education, due to their continuous exposure to victims of trauma and violence. Participants will have a better understanding of vicarious trauma, what it is, what are the causes and symptoms, and what educators can do to care for themselves. Participants also will learn to identify predictors and symptoms of vicarious trauma. Upon completion, participants will be better able to self-evaluate for vicarious trauma and leave with ideas for self-care. More
Starts Starts: 1/16/2018 4:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 6
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Undergraduate, and 1 Graduate Credit
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EDUC 359/559
This fun and inspiring workshop you will learn to help students develop self-discipline and autonomy, skills to handle negative feelings appropriately, cooperative methods to resolve conflicts peacefully and skills to foster an atmosphere of caring and respect where learning thrives. More
Starts Starts: 1/17/2018 5:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 7
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Undergraduate, and 1 Graduate Credit
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EDU_RCAS51.24
Participants from all content areas will be engaged in fresh, new ways to strengthen literacy skills in students. Participants will learn tested, research-based, fun approaches that students will ask for in their math, science, art and social studies classes. More
Starts Starts: 1/17/2018 4:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 6
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Graduate Credit, and 1 Undergraduate
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EDU_RCAS51.24
Collaborate with others committed to growing a positive school climate where teachers and students thrive. Reflect on what drives your desire to embrace education as your vocation and share best practices for caring for self, students, and the greater community. Sharpen your awareness of current issues with our youth including suicide, substance abuse, and racial tensions and explore solutions. Using a customized approach, positive strategies for wellness will be identified and implemented to promote health of the heart, mind, body and soul of the teacher and the learner. More
Starts Starts: 1/23/2018 4:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 4
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Graduate Credit, and 1 Undergraduate
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EDU 548E.2/EDU 198.2
This workshop will train participants to use Project Wild and Project Learning Tree outdoor education programs and qualify participants to receive free resource guides and materials. It is a nature-based early childhood education program that relate to South Dakota Content Standard’s requirements. This class is based on the philosophy that children who have opportunities to play and learn in nature are more likely to:  Act responsibly toward the earth and each other  Be more physically active  Choose science or a related field for careers  Become better-informed and environmentally-aware adults  Handle challenges and problems more capably Participants will have classroom instruction, an opportunity to practice activities, and engage in an outdoor field experience. In addition, participants will have time to construct materials to use in their classrooms during a make-and-take session. Participants need to plan on working through dinner/lunch and be outdoors for part of the session. Please plan accordingly by bringing food, appropriate clothes, and shoes for the weather. South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks provides the resources for Project Wild, funded through hunting and fishing license fees. Project Learning Tree (PLT) resources are provided by the PLT non-profit organization. More
Starts Starts: 1/25/2018 4:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 3
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Graduate Credit, and 1 Undergraduate
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EDUC 359/559
Entitlement is ever present in today’s world. It comes veiled in love and wanting better for our children and ourselves. We will examine the roots of entitlement and how Love and Logic techniques can teach adults to teach kids the joys of self-control, responsibility, limits, and that nothing worthwhile comes without effort and hard work. More
Starts Starts: 2/7/2018 4:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 10
Credits Credits: 30 CEU/CE, 2 Undergraduate, and 2 Graduate Credit
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ED 692
In this course, participants will read, discuss and explore the text, Teaching Numbers in the Classroom or Developing Number Knowledge to design ways to help students develop number knowledge. Participants will learn and practice activities and assessments to help students in the areas of structuring numbers, knowledge of number words and numerals, conceptual place value, early counting strategies, as well as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division strategies. Participants will discover the research behind the math screener questions, and how to help students after the assessment.Please select the book that is appropriate for your grade level. More
Starts Starts: 3/5/2018 4:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 8
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Graduate Credit, and 1 Undergraduate
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EDUC 359/559
What do world religions such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism have in common? Why and how have religions developed? This class will explore sacred belief systems that have persisted over time and place; examining them from historical, sociological, and psychological perspectives. Our focus will be on the wisdom of the various religions, not the politics. We will begin by discussing universal themes and then proceed chronologically, beginning with indigenous spirituality, moving on to religions originating in Asia, then religions originating in the Middle East. The class will close with a discussion of the future of religion. More
Starts Starts: 3/5/2018 4:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 5
Credits Credits: 15 CEU/CE, 1 Undergraduate, and 1 Graduate Credit
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EDU546G.2
The work is designed to give classroom teachers background in language acquisition, as well as strategies to support ELL language learning in the mainstream classroom. Teachers will have experience using activities and materials to enhance oral language development, academic language, and modifying lessons/assessments for varying language proficiency levels. Participants will need to acquire the book Classroom Instruction that Works for ELLs (2nd edition) by Jane Hill and Kirsten Miller which will be used during this class. Approx. cost $29.95. This course is a hybrid model of face-to-face classroom time and on-line submissions. On the face-to-face dates, please bring a lunch as we will be working straight thought from 9am – 2pm. More
Starts Starts: 3/10/2018 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
Credits Credits: 30 CEU/CE, 2 Undergraduate, and 2 Graduate Credit
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