Educator Workshops have served educators in meeting their professional development needs for over 35 years.
We continuously work to maximize access to our programs by offering workshops year-round, on-campus, on-site at school districts across the Commonwealth, and online.
Our programs are of high quality and rigor. We target current and critical topics. The programs offered are driven by the needs identified by administrators and educators. Workshops offer three graduate credits, which meet many needs for educators including: permanent certification, salary improvement, professional growth, lifelong learning, and requirements for Act 48.
View a list of our upcoming workshops below or learn more about the philosophy of educational workshops.
Fall 2015 Workshops
EDW 751 Science in Sports (CRN 11507)
Location: Online Distance Learning
Professor: Dr. Daniel Keefer
Course Description: This workshop is designed to provide science educators an in depth view of the science involved in sport. By completing this workshop, participants will better understand the use of biology and physics to explain, evaluate, and enhance sport performance. In addition, participants will complete several experiments that demonstrate how science and sport interact. The class sessions, or modules, will be conducted using online courseware. The format of class modules will include a mix of online lectures and discussion, completion of several experiments, as well as the creation of teaching and/or research projects.
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Educator Workshops generally carry 3 graduate credits and therefore are subject to graduate tuition and fees. Click here for current cost information.