Educator Workshops

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 2014 Workshops




EDW 768 50A (CRN 10688) The Dark Side of the Internet

Location: Online Distance Learning - MU Online

Dates: 10/12/14 - 11/01/14

Professor: Dr. Nanette Dietrich

Course Description: This workshop will equip educators with a deep understanding of the risks and opportunities regarding current communication technology including internet safety, social networking, child-identity theft, cyber harassment and portable technologies. Legal, technical, psychological, and social dynamics will all be addressed including practical application to the school environment.


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Winter 2015 Workshops



EDW 504 50A (CRN 10484) WebQuests in the Classroom

Location: Online Distance Learning - MU Online

Dates: 01/05/15-01/16/15

Professor: Dr. John Ward

Course Description: This workshop will support K-12 teachers in planning, implementing, and reflecting on integrating the Internet into their curriculum. Participants will develop WebQuests for use in their classrooms. These projects will integrate cooperative learning and structured student investigation of problems using the Internet as a resource. Each participant will develop a WebQuest that will include selected resources for students, detailed planning of the instructional process, and authentic assessment of student work. Recommended for 3-12 educators.


EDW 618 50A (CRN 10345) Healthy Lifestyle Assessment

Location: Online Distance Learning - MU Online

Dates: 12/15/14-12/30/14

Professor: Dr. Daniel Keefer

Course Description: This is an online workshop designed to provide educators as well as other individuals with a wide range of tools found on the World Wide Web to evaluate and promote healthy lifestyles. Workshop participants will learn how to use online resources necessary for researching, teaching, and assessing healthy lifestyles. The class sessions, or modules, will be conducted using courseware. Recommended for all educators at all grade levels, especially physical educators and coaches, school nurses, and school counselors. 


EDW 764 50A (CRN 10423) Childhood Obesity Prevention

Location: Online Distance Learning - MU Online

Dates: 01/05/15-01/16/15

Professor: Dr. Jeffrey Wimer

Course Description: This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of the health and wellness issues related to childhood obesity and the strategies necessary to address this national epidemic. Using a system developed by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), participants will learn how to implement the Coordinated School Health Model.


EDW 768 50A (CRN 10346) The Dark Side of the Internet

Location: Online Distance Learning - MU Online

Dates: 01/02/15-01/17/15

Professor: Dr. Nanette Dietrich

Course Description: This workshop will equip educators with a deep understanding of the risks and opportunities regarding current communication technology including internet safety, social networking, child-identity theft, cyber harassment and portable technologies. Legal, technical, psychological, and social dynamics will all be addressed including practical application to the school environment.


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  • Term: Summer 1, Summer 2, or Summer 3.
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If you have any questions call 717-872-3030 or email profdev@millersville.edu.