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This course will use various hands-on manipulatives to teach students admitted to the Project Success summer transition program the basic mathematic concepts necessary to master the basic algebra mathematic workload in college level courses. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of algebra concepts in the following areas: integers, rational numbers, solving equations, polynomials, and radical expressions. This course does not count toward the 128 credits necessary for graduation.11-098 Remediation of Written Expression Deficits for Dyslexic Students 1 cr.
This course offers direct instruction to remediate the writing skills deficits of dyslexic students enrolled in the Project Success summer transition program. The course will provide the participant with a variety of methods and applications aimed at increasing the participants' knowledge and skill with the intent that participants will apply these skills to passing English 101. This course does not count toward the 128 credits necessary for graduation.11-400/600 Assessment of Dyslexia 1 cr.
This course is designed to prescribe the assessment procedures, both Norm and Criterion Referenced, that are needed to identify the presence of dyslexia in individuals 5 years of age through adulthood. Course participants will be required to do a "write up" on the administration of three assessment batteries.
This course is designed to help teachers identify and explore solutions to fundamental problems of instruction and discipline.11-421/621 Contemporary Topics in Education 1-3 cr.
Focuses upon professional growth through problem solving, self expression, group thinking and independent study. Educators work on problems growing out of their professional needs. Course may be repeated with change of topic to a maximum of 9 credits. Prerequisite: A practicing professional educator. Pass/Fail Course.11-422/622 Contemporary Issues in Education 1-3 cr.
The focus of this course is on professional growth and development via exploration of theory and practice related to current issues and educational initiatives. Courses my be repeated with change of topic to a maximum of 9 credits.
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Last Updated July 1, 1999