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.
Summer 2015 Workshops
EDW 558 Technology of Making Things (CRN 3074)
Location: Osburn 307/308
Professor: Dr. Barry David
Course Description: Workshop activities include design and construction of teacher-made learning stations and classroom materials. The workshop is designed to use technology as a vehicle to teach traditional subject matter, such as mathematics, science, social science, English, and other academic areas. Participants will be exposed to the history of technology and to technological principles. Recommended for K-12 educators.
EDW 727 50A Differentiating Instruction (CRN 3072)
Location: Online Distance Learning
Professor: Dr. Ojoma Edeh Herr
Course Description: The purpose of this course is to help teachers address the needs of diverse learners in the regular classroom setting. Teachers will learn characteristics of students with mild disabilities or learning difficulties. Participants also will learn to plan instruction on various levels, adapt content, implement elements of effective instruction, and monitor student progress to facilitate academic gains for children with mild disabilities or learning difficulties in the general education setting. Recommended for K-12 educators.
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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.