Chestertown, MD, April 23, 2003 — K-12 teachers on the Eastern Shore of Maryland are invited to register for Summer 2003 graduate education courses that can help meet requirements for advanced professional certification. The courses will be held on a variety of dates and at various locations, including the campus of Washington College.
The following three-credit courses will be held at Washington College's Chestertown campus:
EDU 526-230 Styles Of Teaching: Personality Type In The Classroom, June 16-20
EDU 527-222 Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences, July 21-25
EDU 531-230 Cooperative Discipline, August 4-8
EDU 535-206 Mentoring Teachers in a Professional Learning Community, June 23-27
The following three-credit courses will be offered at other locations on the Eastern Shore or in Central Maryland at various dates from June through August 2003:
EDU 520 Classroom Assessment Techniques
EDU 521 Dimensions of Learning
EDU 522 Encouraging Student Responsibility and (Self) Discipline
EDU 523 Expanding Student in the Classroom
EDU 524 Instructional Strategies for a Multicultural Society
EDU 528 Disability Awareness
EDU 529 Using Brain-Compatible Methods In The Classroom
EDU 530 Cooperative Classroom: Kagan's Instructional Practices
EDU 536 Teaching Readers to Think
All courses are for graduate credit from Washington College. Tuition charge is $675 for each three-credit course, plus a $50 deposit. There are no additional college fees. Classroom materials are included in the tuition charge. For complete course or registration information, call 1-800-433-4740, or register online at www.regionaltrainingcenter.org.
Washington College also offers Master's degrees in English, History and Psychology. Information and detailed course descriptions can be found online at http://grad.washcoll.edu, or by contacting the Registrar's Office, Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, MD 21620, phone 410-778-7299.