Addressing the Needs of Students and Teachers in K-12 Education
The English as a Second Language Institute uniquely provides administrators, classroom teachers, and ESL teachers with a critical understanding of how schools can take proactive steps at bridging the achievement gap as it relates to linguistically and culturally diverse learners.
Ms. Katherine Houck
Course: EDUC 689
Location: Osburn 200/201 (The Ware Center/Binns Room on July 25 and 27)
Meeting Dates: July 23 - July 27, 2018
Meetings Times: 8:00am - 4:30pm
This week-long Institute will provide an enriching experience of diversity and cultural awareness.
Students will be taken on field trips throughout Lancaster county, listen to engaging local experts and their knowledge of immigration, migrant education, and shared life experiences. True learning takes place out of your comfort zone and this Institute will provide a safe and fun way to explore new opportunities that will enrich your life and renew a love for learning.
Credits: All participants will receive 3 graduate credits for the summer institute.
Tuition/Fees: Institutes are unique 3 credit graduate courses, that highlight renowned experts in the field. Institutes include breakfast and lunch throughout the day, as well as handouts and materials. Books may be required for certain courses, please check with the university bookstore. Millersville University graduate tuition and fees can be found on the Office of Student Accounts page. In addition, a $165 institute fee is required.
Note: If you have not taken any graduate-level course or workshop at Millersville University within the past 5 years, you must complete the online non-degree admission form; this information is necessary to admit you to the university.