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Summer 2020

Satellite Courses Now Being Offered Via Distance Learning

The following courses are now being offered in a Distance Learning format (Google Meet or Zoom) instead of a Face-to-Face format which means that anyone interested can enroll.

FULL!! EDU9540 01 Principles of Christian Education   3 credits
An overview of Christian education, especially formal Lutheran early childhood, elementary, and secondary education, with the goal of understanding and appreciating Lutheran schools as one of the means by which the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod carries out the Lord’s command to “tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, his power, and the wonders he has done” (Psalm 78:4).
R. Ohm 
Jun 1 – 12, 8 am – 12:30 pm

EDU9550 Teaching the Way People Learn   1 credit or 12.5 clock hours
Explores practical ways for teachers to bridge the gap between brain research and classroom practice.
P. Tess
Jun 2 – 5, 8:30-11:30 am

ENG8302 Writing Across the Curriculum   1 credit or 12.5 clock hours
An update on recent innovations to plan, implement, or renew a writing and language across the curriculum program. Sessions include a discussion of integrated teaching methods for the middle and secondary school.
J. Roux
Jun 4 – 5, 8 am – 3:30 pm

SPE9502 Serving Exceptional Students: MTSS and Behavior Theory   1 credit or 12.5 clock hours
Navigate local Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS) with the goal of collaboration between public and private school professionals to support exceptional learners. Consider and integrate current research on behavior theory into the classroom setting.
K. Green
Jun 8 – 11, 8 am – 12 pm

New Online Course Added

PED8101 Physical and Motor Development for Preprimary   1 credit
Teachers of young children play a vital role in fostering their physical and motor development. This two-day course addresses the physical needs of children from conception through childhood. Participants will plan for a week of physical education classes using a format presented in class.
D. Gawrisch
Jun 22 – Jul 17

Satellites 2020

Please register at least five weeks before course is scheduled to begin.