Professional Development Courses for Educators (CEUs)

The Education Department offers graduate level professional development courses (semester credit) on varying topics through an online format to meet the needs of today's educators and other professionals. Individuals can participate as a non-degree seeking student.

Courses Offered:

EDU 5600Foundations of Special Education3
EDU 5630Collaboration Skills3
EDU 5640Behavior Theories, Analysis and Interventions3
EDU 5650Assessment Strategies for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities3
EDU 5660Special Education Law3
EDU 5670Fundamental Characteristics of Mild/Moderate Disabilities3
EDU 5680Transitional Planning and Secondary Services for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities3
EDU 5690Instructional Strategies for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities3
EDU 6340Foundations of Literacy3
EDU 6350Effective Literacy Instruction3
EDU 6360Reading in the Content Areas3
EDU 6370Universal Design for Learning3
EDU 6375Literacy Assessment and Interventions3
EDU 6445Online Teaching Methods from Design to Practice3
EDU 6510Current Issues and Future Trends in Education3
EDU 652021st Century Technologies for Teaching3
EDU 6540Data Driven Classroom Assessment3
EDU 6550Culturally Responsive Instruction3
EDU 6570Culture, Power, and Identity3
EDU 6580Culturally Inclusive Communities & Schools3
EDU 6590Critical Pedagogy: Reflection and Action in the World3
EDU 6710Computational Thinking and Standards3
EDU 6720Computer Science Principles3
EDU 6730Programming and Teaching Java (with instructor permission)3


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