Are you starting an entrepreneurship/making club or need new ideas for your current club?
EDUC 660 Teaching for Creativity and Innovation: The Maker Culture and Makerspaces
Online Course 3 semester hours graduate credit
Instructor: Shannon Mersand
Summer: June 11 – August 3, 2018
Summer 2018 Tuition: $441 per semester hour graduate credit ($1,323 per course)
Tuition due July 18, 2018
Fall: September 24 – November 16, 2018
Become a math specialist with focused competencies using math assessments, interventions and math games.
Who Should Enroll
The courses are designed for educators interested in a graduate certificate professional development program, not a mathematics teaching license/certification.
Our students include:
- Title I math teachers
- Math interventionists
- Elementary and middle school math teachers
- Mathematics coaches
- Mathematics resource teachers
- Lead math teachers
- Special education teachers
How much will it cost?
- Summer 2018 – $441 per semester hour graduate credit
- Tuition is the same for Wisconsin residents, out-of-state and international students.
- No registration fee and no program application fee
Small, expertly facilitated online classes.
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WGU Student Mentors serve a critical advising and support role for student success. Student mentors do not teach courses, rather, they are their students’ primary source of information about academic program operation, and about the policies and procedures of the university. Student mentors counsel their assigned students in understanding expectations and overcoming obstacles to ensure success. The student mentor is responsible for providing highly engaged, student centered support to a caseload of undergraduate or graduate students. Student mentoring requires significant contact via phone but also includes email, web camera interaction, and the potential for instant messaging and alternate forms of connection.
WGU offers a competency based model supported by student mentors who work online from home. Intense work!
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