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The College of Education, Health, and Human Services Teacher Academies are designed and offered to provide an opportunity for focused study in emerging topics and areas of special interest.

Teacher Academy sessions are available for undergraduate or graduate credit, and can often be taken by non-students and the general public.

Summer 2019 Teacher Academy Offerings

Google Apps for Education

  • PDED 418BO/518BO
  • CRN's 31831/31832

Online: May 6-June 2, 2019.

Course description: Students will be introduced to the suite of Google Apps for Education including Google Classroom, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Presentations, Hangouts, Blogger, Photos, Sketch-Up and Google Earth and learn how to utilize these various applications to design technology enhanced learning activities and enhance their overall productivity.

Gamifying your Classroom

  • PDED 418BN/518BN
  • CRN's 31829/31830

Online May 6-June 2, 2019.

Course description: Learn a variety of strategies that can be used to “gamify” learning experiences for students.  This includes learning how to provide students with a more customizable learning experience and focusing on mastery learning rather than just assignment completion.

Fall 2019 Teacher Academy Offerings

Tech Tools for the College Student

  • PDED 418BT/518BT
  • CRN's 13602/13603

Online: September 4-October 6, 2019

Course description: Learn about a wide range of technologies that can be used to help you be a successful college student.  Topics covered in this class will include technologies for writing, research, time management, stress reduction, presentations, group collaboration and communication.  As a result of this course, participants will be better prepared to meet the rigorous demands of college.

Tech for the Flipped Classroom

  • PDED 418CA/518CA
  • CRN's 13604/13605

Online: September 4-October 6, 2019

Course description: Learn how to use a variety of different technologies in order to “flip” the classroom.  This includes using a learning management system (LMS) to create an online learning space and learning to create a variety of multimedia elements (screen capture tutorials, animations, digital videos) for instructional purposes.

Department Contact Information

CEHHS Office for Student Success
262 Fairlane Center South (FCS)

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