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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Continuing Education

Spring 2010 Leading, learning, life changing Courses for educators, trainers, and human service providers >>>

www.ceed.pdx.edu


CEED consulting services CEED has the capacity to assist your organization in assessing staff needs, conducting an organizational audit, building organizational capacity, and developing and delivering appropriate professional development, and can serve as a third-party evaluator for grants, charter schools, and alternative schools. Our centers’ experienced staff have a widely respected history of working with government agencies, schools and educational service districts, Head Start and early childhood centers, libraries, mental health and community agencies, and other organizations both regionally and nationally.

Consultation examples • Coaching • Training • Professional development • Needs assessment • Third party evaluation for grants • Grant development • Organizational audits • Administrator/supervisor mentoring • Charter and alternative school evaluations CEED consultation services are provided through approaches that are: • Research and best practice based • Systems based

“The staff at the Early Childhood Training Center have provided our program with thoughtful, individualized consultation and assistance with planning, high-quality on-site training, and connections to resources and colleagues in the field.” Christine Gee, Director, Mountain States Early Head Start, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

• Relationship centered • Process oriented • Culturally sensitive • Tailored to meet your needs

“The Center for Student Success has served as a third-party evaluator for two Educational Service District 112 Teaching American History grants. Through that partnership, CSS has provided meaningful feedback, strong reports, and most important, knowledgeable, skilled, and generous professionals committed to furthering teacher professionalism and student success.” Matt Karlsen, Teaching American History grants coordinator

Contact us for more information. We can help you think through your next project. Center for Student Success centerforsuccess@pdx.edu Phone: 503-725-9519 Toll-free: 1-800-547-8887 ext 9519 Fax: 503-725-5599

Early Childhood Training Center ectc@pdx.edu Phone: 503-725-4815 Toll free: 1-800-547-8887 ext 4815 Fax: 503-725-4838

Portland State University Continuing Education/Graduate School of Education 615 SW Harrison Street PO Box 751 Portland OR 97207-0751


Spring 2010 term calendar

Contents 2 Spring highlights

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6 Arts courses

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7 Computers and Technology courses

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12 Distance Education courses

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Calendar highlights march 22–26

Spring break

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P SU spring term 2010 begins

m ay 25

Fall CEED classes due for catalog

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M emorial Day holiday observed, ­University closed

June 7 –12

 SU spring term 2010 final P ­examinations

28 History for Educators courses 3 0 Human Services courses

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16 General Education courses

Special series programs

4 0 Language Arts courses 49 Library courses

Adoptions Certificate 31

51 Mathematics courses

Autism Certificate 62

57 Multicultural courses

Behavioral Healthcare 32

6 0 Science courses

Clinical Supervision 33

62 Special Education courses

Deepening Math Understanding 51

67 Talented and Gifted courses

Differentiated Instruction 16

6 8 Training & Development courses

E-Learning Development for Online Educators 7

70 Building locations / instructor profiles

ESL/Bilingual Endorsement 57

72 Program directory

Graduate Certificate in Addictions Counseling 35

73 General information

Infant/Toddler Mental Health 14 Interpersonal Neurobiology 36 Issues and Innovations in Mental Health Counseling 38 Library Media 49

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Graduation

PrISM Certificate of Completion 60

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Summer Session 2010 begins

ReadOregon 40

71 PSU campus map

76 Registration information 78 Graduate School of Education courses 8 0 PSU registration form 81 List of courses­

School Counseling 30

To learn more

Service-Learning 17

Continuing Education

Training & Development 68

615 SW Harrison PO Box 751 Portland, OR 97207-0751 503-725-4832 www.ceed.pdx.edu

Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Certificate 62 Web-Based Early Childhood Education Series 14

Graduate School of Education 503-725-4619 www.pdx.edu/education

Important information

Courses and programs, see page 78

Grade reports/transcripts

Student health insurance eligibility

Grade reports are no longer mailed to students. Unofficial transcripts may be downloaded from the Web. See page 73 for details. Requests for ­official transcripts may be made online, in person, by fax, or by mail through the Office of Admissions, Registration, and Records. See page 73 for details.

Courses offered through Continuing Education are self-support. Self-support course credits are not eligible for the student health fee/basic insurance or extended insurance.

Drop deadlines Deadlines to change or drop credit-option courses correspond to the individual course dates. See page 77 for details.

OAM Students with existing PSU student accounts: please see page 76 for ­information regarding the new Odin Account Manager (OAM) system.

spring 2010 registration schedule

The online registration period is ­ February 15–April 4. Go to www.pdx.edu/ registration/when-register for more infor­mation on spring registration deadlines.


Spring highlights

Corporation for National and Community Service

Differentiated Instruction: reaching all learners Learn the widely respected, research-based instructional approach known as Differ­ entiated Instruction (DI). DI provides teachers with effective, manageable strategies for meeting the needs of an increasingly diverse student population within the context of today’s standards-based curriculum. Add value to what you are already doing; develop a highly interactive learning community using Oregon’s leading experts to model the DI principles and processes. District-wide professional development Partner with PSU to provide relevant training toward essential student learning. We tailor our online professional development to support your district’s priorities and existing improvement plans.

Courses: • Instructional Strategies and Assessment of Student Learning (spring) • One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners (summer) • Curriculum and Content Differentiation—capstone (summer) • Multiple Ways of Knowing Your Learners (fall) • Systems for Successful Implementation (winter) For course listings, see page 16. The final course of this series will be offered Spring 2010.

For program information, go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/differentiate or contact Cailín O’Connor at caoconno@pdx.edu or 503-725-8234.

Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction, MA or MS Program highlights Accelerated timeline Part-time for two years: begin fall 2010 and end summer 2012 Accessibility Brought to your community Convenience One class each term fall through spring and two classes in the summer; evening classes during the year and condensed class schedule during the summers

A master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction provides teachers and other professional educators with expertise in how instructors best teach and how students best learn. The program consists of 30 core credits, with students taking or transfering in an additional 15 credits of electives to complete the 45-credit degree. The elective credits may also be used toward specializations or endorsements.

New off-campus cohorts begin fall 2010 Recruiting now in these areas: • McMinnville • Salem • Astoria Additional sites may be requested if demand exists. 2

Cohort model Make lifelong connections with peers and administrators Credits Earn all 30 of the core credits in your community and transfer in or take 15 credits of electives; PSU offers many elective classes online (see www.ceed.pdx.edu).

For more information, visit www.ceed.pdx.edu/c_and_i (also links to the application packet), contact Kristen Pilgrim at pilgrimk@pdx.edu, or call 1-800-547-8887 ext 4626.


Spring highlights Eleventh Annual Pacific Northwest Children’s Book Conference July 19–23, 2010 Presented by Portland State University at Reed College, Portland, Oregon Linda Zuckerman, director Special guest Liz Bicknell, editor, Candlewick Press Join us for five days of illuminating and inspiring sessions and workshops guided by a professional faculty of award-winning authors and illustrators.

This year’s presenters include: Suz Blackaby Marla Frazee David Gifaldi

Ann Whitford Paul Susan Goldman Rubin Elsa Warnick

Emily Whitman Linda Zuckerman

Register before May 16 for special early bird rates. For more information, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/children or contact Valerie Katagiri at katagiri@pdx.edu.

Service-Learning K–12: Changing the way communities think about education What you gain These courses are designed to help you start and sustain a high-quality service-learning program through development in:

West Region Outstanding Program Award

“I now have a framework to use when planning future units; service-learning has energized my teaching and given me something to look forward to after nearly 20 years in the classroom!” Bring learning to life! Service-learning is helping students perform better in school while improving their communities through service. By connecting classroom lessons with community service projects, servicelearning engages students and brings learning to life! “Service-learning is growing so rapidly because we can see it is having a powerful impact on young people and their development. It is a dynamic process, through which students’ personal and social growth is tightly interwoven into their academic and cognitive development.” —The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse

How a certificate in service-learning can help you make an impact now A review of research indicates that high-quality service-learning, because of its use of effective, experiential learning strategies, can enhance academic outcomes in such content areas as reading, writing, mathematics, and science. A variety of studies have shown evidence of a range of achievement-related benefits from service-learning, including improved attendance, higher grade point averages, enhanced preparation for the workforce, enhanced awareness and understanding of social issues, greater motivation for learning, and heightened engagement in prosocial behaviors (Furco, 2007).

• Creating a curriculum with impact • Designing instructional strategies for place-based and experiential learning • Promoting community partnerships • Resource development, building momentum, program sustainability • Youth voice and engaging youth as leaders • Telling your story Designed for • K–12 teachers • Administrators • Staff from community organizations • Anyone interested in developing more effective teaching skills or building strong community-development programs Flexible format • Fully online • Undergraduate or graduate credit • Certificate of completion is awarded at the end of all five courses in the series (15 credits) • No prerequisites or admission • Courses may be taken in any order Take action Register for one or all five courses and become an expert with a certificate of completion. For course listings, see page 17. District training available at group rates. For more information, call Cailín O’Connor at 503-725-8234 or 1-800-547-8877 ext 8234, email caoconno@pdx.edu, or go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/service-learning. 3


Spring highlights The Sanctuary Model: Creating a Context for Individual and Organizational Change With Sandra Bloom, MD Thursday–Friday, May 13–14, 2010 8:30am –4pm, University Place, Portland The Sanctuary Model is an evidence-supported, traumainformed methodology for creating or transforming an organizational culture so it can provide a cohesive context within which healing from psychological and social traumatic experience can occur. This two-day seminar, given by the creator, Dr. Sandra Bloom, will provide an introduction to the organizational “operating system” that is the Sanctuary Model.

Staff of mental healthcare settings, child welfare programs, shelters, juvenile justice facilities, and other human service delivery settings that attend this training will: • Improve their understanding of the “trauma-informed system” • Increase awareness of the negative impact of chronic stress on individuals and organizations • Improve ability to create organizational changes that encourage safety and healing via the trauma-informed methodology of the Sanctuary Model For more information, including how to register, please see page 33, visit www.ceed.pdx.edu/bh (click on current courses), email Kathy Lovrien at lovrienk@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8165.

Community Mental Health for Returning Veterans In partnership with Portland VA Medical Center and VA Northwest Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center

Friday, June 4, 2010 8:30am–4pm, Smith Memorial Student Union, Portland Enhance the care and adjustment of returning military personnel and their families by reviewing commonly occurring mental health problems and effective approaches to care. Educators, providers, and other care professionals will be equipped with information needed to better identify and treat combat-related mental health problems, working more effectively with veterans, their families, and members of systems they encounter.

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Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to: • Recognize the most commonly occurring mental health problems of returning soldiers, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, depression and suicidal thoughts, and addiction • Enhance treatment by using evidence-based approaches • Deepen understanding of issues and interventions for the families of returning veterans • Identify available community and institutional resources that facilitate reintegration • Understand the social impact of reintegration on the returning veteran For more information, including how to register, please see page 32, visit www.ceed.pdx.edu/bh (click on current courses), or contact Kathy Lovrien at lovrienk@pdx.edu or 503-725-8165.


Spring highlights Professional development in educational administration Initial Administrator Licensure (IAL) and Continuing Administrator Licensure (CAL) programs Welcome to the exciting and challenging world of educational administration. Portland State University graduates improve schools within all leadership positions, from assistant principal to district administrator. Recruiting now for fall 2010 IAL cohorts in these areas: •  Mid-Willamette (Salem) •  Portland (Downtown campus) •  Portland East •  Portland West IAL applications for fall admission are reviewed May 1, 2010 and July 15, 2010. Late applications accepted as space permits. IAL application deadline for the combined master’s and IAL program is February 1, 2010. Recruiting now for summer 2010 IAL cohort in: •  Portland (Downtown campus) IAL application deadline for regular admission is April 1, 2010. Late applications accepted as space permits. Recruiting now for the CAL program in these areas: •  Mid-Willamette (Salem) •  Portland Metro • Southern Oregon (program will be offered through spring 2012) CAL applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis, and classes are taken in the order needed per student’s individual schedule.

For more information

Program highlights Accelerated timeline (IAL) Three terms, fall–spring Accessibility and convenience • Brought to your community • Evening and weekend classes • Some online courses • Summer cohort option runs two consecutive summers Professional connections Make lifelong connections with peers and administrators statewide Credits 24 credits for the initial license and 28 credits for the continuing license Distinguished faculty Education experts with extensive ties to the field

IAL For Mid-Willamette and Portland East www.ceed.pdx.edu/ial For Portland Downtown and Portland West www.pdx.edu/elp/initial-administrator-license CAL For Mid-Willamette and Southern Oregon www.ceed.pdx.edu/cal For Portland Metro Area (Downtown, East, West) www.pdx.edu/elp/continuing-administrator-license

Contact For Mid-Willamette, Portland East, and Southern Oregon Kristen Pilgrim, pilgrimk@pdx.edu, 1-800-547-8887 ext 4626 For Portland Downtown and Portland West Dianna Woolsey, woolseyd@pdx.edu, 503-725-4716

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arts

Arts 

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 810

3 Credits

INSTRUCTOR DATES

K4257KG Graduate Lee Ramey Ogle Tu 5-8:30pm Apr 6-May 25 +TBA Rosemont Ridge Middle School* West Linn A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

Explore art of the ancient world through easy-to-implement lessons that engage, motivate, and are successful for children with diverse abilities and learning styles. The projects—African masks, Indian elephant batik, Chinese writing and dragons, Australian aboriginal dot paintings, Mayan glyphs, Egyptian pyramids, cave art, and more—promote an awareness and appreciation for other cultures while developing artistic confidence and skills. Offered ­cooperatively by Art with Lee, LLC, and Portland State University.

CI 810

3 Credits

Art Projects with Pizzazz COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4345KG Graduate Linda Vanderford F 5-9pm Apr 23, May 7, 21 Sa 8:30am-3:30pm Apr 24, May 8, 22 +TBA Studio PIZZAZZ in Mountain Park Plaza* Lake Oswego A-F $505 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call Linda Vanderford at 503-6994978 or email lindavanderford@msn.com.

Create spectacular projects and gifts with your students throughout the year. Guaranteed to generate interest and enthusiasm for an integrated curriculum. Learn how-to with numerous make-and-take ­activities. Emphasis is on material selection, organizational and teaching strategies, techniques, and design. Proven ideas to implement in your classroom now. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Vanderford Company.

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3 Credits

GRADED Summer Term COURSE #

For registration call Lee Ogle at 503-655-9560 or email artwithlee@me.com.

CI 810

Connecting Art and Math, Grades 3–7

Art of the Ancient World for Educators COURSE #

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE GRADED

K1108KG Graduate Roger Kukes M-F 8:30am-3:30pm Jul 12-16 +TBA East Wing Rm 286 Cleveland High School* Portland A-F $550 Grad $165 Grad Week 4

For registration call Roger Kukes at 503-235-0933, email kukes@teleport.com, or go to www.rogerkukes.com.

Learn to teach a variety of math concepts (pattern, measurement, estimation, computation, fractions, decimals, problem solving, story problems, geometry and spatial thinking, and more) using the tools and techniques of the visual arts. • Discover easy-to-use-and-teach art ­materials and techniques (colored pencil, ink, marker, collage, printmaking, watercolor, and animation). • Experience the role that creative thinking, craftsmanship, problem solving, and persistence play in the creation of exemplary student work. • Understand and implement important aspects of Oregon/Washington state standards and benchmarks in mathematics and the visual arts through grade seven. • Walk away with ready-to-teach projects that are as beautiful as they are mathematically sound. No special artistic ability expected. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Klassroom Kinetics.

CI 810

2 Credits

Drawing to Strengthen Literacy for Younger Children, Grades K–3 GRADED Summer Term COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE GRADED

K1107KG Graduate Roger Kukes M-W 8:30am-3:30pm Jun 28-30 +TBA East Wing Rm 286 Cleveland High School* Portland A-F $425 Grad $110 Grad Week 4

For registration call Roger Kukes at 503-235-0933, email kukes@teleport.com, or go to www.rogerkukes.com.

Do your students love to draw? Do you wonder how you can justify spending precious class time on drawing activities in an era of high-stakes testing and increased accountability? Learn how to use the power of imagination, the good sense of whole brain learning, and the tools and techniques of the drawing process as a way to help students improve printing and handwriting, discover a deeper, more authentic connection to writing success, and strengthen reading comprehension. Discover inexpensive drawing materials appropriate for primary classrooms, learn to help students dramatically improve drawing skills using simple drawing strategies, and use drawing as a catalyst for a variety of writing strategies. Discover how “line play” and an awareness of “negative space” can help students dramatically improve fine motor skills and printing/ handwriting. Use drawing to improve comprehension and to encourage visualization in the reading process; walk away with samples of ready-to-teach projects that help make school more fun, strengthen your LA curriculum and honor whole brain/ whole child learning. No special artistic ability required. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Klassroom Kinetics.

CI 810

3 Credits

Enriching Your Classroom with Art—You Can Do It! COURSE # INSTRUCTORs DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4369KG Graduate Ashley Smith, Julie Owens Th 5-8:45pm Apr 15-Jun 3 Rosemont Ridge Middle School* West Linn A-F $505 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Art enriches the classroom experience for teachers as well as students and enhances learning for all students with diverse and special needs. Learn the tools, tricks, and techniques to gain confidence in teaching art. Learn easy-to-teach, classroom-proven art projects which can be adapted to different grade levels and different areas of the curriculum. Learn how to incorporate the five elements of art while celebrating the seasons, the environment, the weather, and holidays with a variety of media, including watercolor, crayon, and tempera. Come prepared to have fun and come away with a portfolio to be proud of. Student enthusiasm is guaranteed. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.


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CI 810

Integrated Arts for the Classroom Teacher COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

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Computers and Technology

4 Credits

K4320KG Graduate Patrick Webb Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

E-Learning Development Leadership

E-Learning Development for Online Educators

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

This is a program designed for education professionals who want to design, manage, and teach online. All courses are offered completely online. At the end of this certificate of completion, participants will be able to:

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx.edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

• Analyze e-learning needs

Learn about diverse forms of artistic expression—including music, dance, visual arts, and drama—as a way to explore artistic skills and knowledge. Experience and analyze different art disciplines, apply essential learning instruction, and teach and reflect upon the art forms for grades K–8. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

• Apply learning, instructional, and systems theories.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

For more information about E-Learning Development, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ elearning or email Toni Plato, program manager, at plato@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4706 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4706.

• Build foundations in instructional design

• Gain strategies for facilitating an online community • Manage e-learning organizations and learning technology projects • Provide timely advice on current and emerging technologies

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CI/SPED 808

3 Credits

Use the Arts to Teach INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Jeanette Soby Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $160 Grad $165 Grad K4133KG Graduate

E-Learning for Online Educators

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K4134KG Graduate

Instructional Design for E-Learning

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For registration call Jeanette Soby at 503-663-4304 or email at sobyae@yahoo.com.

Translating curriculum content into an art form broadens and transforms ideas. Learn the ways subject matter informs art and how art projects can explore subject matter. The visual and performing arts encourage students to use art to help express their grasp of a concept. Artistic thinking across disciplines brings each student’s creative nature to learning. Learn new ways of receiving, processing, assimilating, and using information. The coursework is based heavily on in-class student art projects or a community and school collaborative project, and is appropriate for all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Academic Exchange.

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SPED COURSE #

CREDITS FALL

E-Learning Strategies for Online Instruction

CI COURSE #

C E RTI F I C AT E O F C OMPL E TION T E NTATI V E C OUR S E S C H E DUL E

DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65081 Graduate KT102-2CP1 Noncredit Thomas Luba Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $1,102 Grad/$480 Noncredit

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php.

• Design, develop, deliver, evaluate, and maintain e-learning programs

^ Computer and Internet access are required for

3 Credits

E-learning is reshaping education. Transformation and change require leadership. As e-learning grows and expands its role in education and business, a growing number of e-learning leaders are needed. This course is designed to deliver practical information and real-world strategies that help educators, trainers, e-learning program managers, and others to provide the kind of leadership that ­creates success. Special emphasis is given to issues relating to e-learning technology implementation, resistance to change, e-learning program planning, budgeting, implementation and management, management of diverse student populations, and e-learning program assessment. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  Formerly called E-Learning Systems Leadership.  Thirty Washington state clock hours available for noncredit students.

^ For more information about the technology needed

and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

E-Learning Development 3 Leadership

E-Learning Development 3 Capstone

To earn a certificate of completion, students must complete 12–15 credits, including the capstone.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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comp uters and technolo gy

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3 Credits

E-Learning Strategies for Online Instruction COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65082 Graduate KT101-2XP1 Noncredit Dennis Schultz Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $1,102 Grad/$480 Noncredit

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php.

Transition from becoming a traditional instructor to a good e-learning facilitator. Explore how to transition a traditional face-to-face course to the e-learning ­environment. Address issues of building community, accessibility for challenged learners, and meeting the needs of diverse learning styles. Discover the pros and cons of selecting online learning as the primary delivery medium. Use various Web 2.0 e-learning technologies, such as online ­lecture environments, testing options, discussion boards, chat, audio, and video conferencing. Learn how to best facilitate each of these environments within a course and how to create components for your own online courses using Web-development and course-management software. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  Formerly called E-Learning Instructional Strategies.  Thirty Washington state clock hours available for noncredit students.

^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

Other Computer and Technology Offerings

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CI 432/532

3 Credits

Computer Applications for the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64112 Undergraduate 64113 Graduate Stephanie Thomas Tu 4-6:30pm Mar 29-Jun 12 +online PSU 310 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Designed for preservice and inservice teachers who wish to become comfortable with the use of computers to enhance classroom teaching and learning, this course includes an introduction to computers and technology in education, review and curriculum integration of coursework, use of word processing, design and use of computer databases, computer literacy, and graphics software for the classroom. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  Meets the GTEP and Educational Media computer prerequisite.

U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

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CI 810

5 Credits

Audio and Video Production for the Classroom COURSE #

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4382KG Graduate Marisa McFadden Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $600 Grad $275 Grad

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

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online readings, downloadable in Adobe Acrobat PDF format (or as provided by the instructor) or accessible through the World Wide Web. For some topics, Web-accessible videos or additional URLs will be assigned as supplements to the readings.

^ Technology requirements: A computer running

Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Mac OS X operating systems, with at least 768 Mb of installed RAM (more recommended) and an external FireWire drive or at least 10 GB of free space on the computer’s internal hard drive. Computer needs to be Pentium 1.3 GHz or better (or equivalent system). A FireWire port (also known as an IEEE 1394 port) or a USB 2 port. A USB microphone, or some other way to get sound into your computer. A broadband Internet connection fast enough to view streaming online video. You will need to install the following software if you have not already: QuickTime 7+ (earlier versions may not work for some video), Adobe Flash player, Adobe Acrobat Reader. Access to a digital camcorder, preferably a mini-DV camcorder with a FireWire port (also known as an IEEE 1394 port).

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Just a few years ago, online video was used only by large news organizations and entertainment. Now video sharing is one of the largest segments of Internet usage. Just as teachers found appropriate academic uses for television and film in the classroom to enhance students’ learning experiences, teachers must enhance their curriculum with digital video and audio. Lessons can

CI 810

5 Credits

Digital Visual Imagery for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION

COURSE FEE

DATES

You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  Each topical module includes a multidisciplinary list of

GRADE METHOD

INSTRUCTOR

~ Online registration available

be enriched by incorporating Podcasts, online video clips, and production activities that actively engage students—both as viewers and creators of digital audio and video. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

PSU CREDIT FEE

K4381KG Graduate Cristine Clarke Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $600 Grad $275 Grad

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

Examine the practical application of digital visual imagery in the classroom. Graphics can help to address language and learning barriers and are often used to illustrate complex concepts. You can assist and enrich students’ learning by incorporating graphics into instructional activities that allow your students to more actively engage in the process of learning. You will design a formal instructional unit, using images that make good use of the principles of design. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access required. (This course will be delivered from a Moodle Web server.)


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CI 410/810

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Exploring the Internet 1, Beginning COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4144KU Undergraduate K4144KG Graduate Bruce Nashif Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education P/NP Optional $150 Undergrad/$150 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

Use this self-directed independent study course to teach your students how to use the Internet, navigate Web sites and locate specific information, and develop lifelong learning skills. This course allows you to learn at your own pace. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Bruce A. Nashif.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ This is a Web-based course. Students need access to the Internet to complete the course.

CI 410/810

2 Credits

Exploring the Internet 2, Intermediate COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4143KU Undergraduate K4143KG Graduate Bruce Nashif Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education P/NP Optional $150 Undergrad/$150 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

2 Credits

This course allows for more in-depth ­exploration and Web searching than the beginning and intermediate courses. Develop an exploration tool for your students pertaining to a specific content area. At this advanced level, emphasis is placed on directing student learning through guided study and Web searching. Apply principles of learning to the classroom using the Web and develop a perspective on how the Internet affects teaching and learning. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Bruce A. Nashif.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ This is a Web-based course. Students need access to the Internet to complete the course.

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 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ This is a Web-based course. Students need access to

CI 810

1 Credit

iMovie: Digital Video in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION

Learn the depth and breadth of the Internet and its resources to develop lifelong learning skills. This course fosters individ­ uality in both the exploration of and response to the class modules. Learn how to use the Internet, navigate Web sites, and locate specific information. At this intermediate level, emphasis is placed on guided study, search skills, and development of a classroom tool. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Bruce A. Nashif.

K4142KU Undergraduate K4142KG Graduate Bruce Nashif Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education P/NP Optional $150 Undergrad/$150 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

For registration call Bruce Nashif at 360-256-7482 or email bnashif@comcast.net.

For registration call Bruce Nashif at 360-256-7482 or email bnashif@comcast.net.

the Internet to complete the course.

CI 410/810

Exploring the Internet 3, Advanced

For registration call Bruce Nashif at 360-256-7482 or email bnashif@comcast.net.

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K4230KG Graduate Stephen Zvolner Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates with 45 days to complete course Distance Education A-F $140 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Stephen Zvolner at 847-864-8677 or email smzvolner@stthomas.edu.

Create and edit movies with iMovie— Apple’s breakthrough digital video editing software that brings learning to life using digital video in your classroom. Use digital video as an instructional tool for school projects and leave prepared with practical ideas you can immediately apply in your classroom. Create dazzling movies, complete with special effects, voice-overs, music scores, transitions, titles, credits, and more. Through a variety of hands-on activities, learn how to work with digital video ­cameras to create and produce your own

instructional movie. This is an introductory course open to all K–12 teachers. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Stephen Zvolner. ^ Technology requirements: Access to a digital video

camera and Macintosh computer (running OS X) with a FireWire port and Apple’s iMovie software for this class. Two GB free hard drive space and high-speed Internet connection recommended.

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CI 810

5 Credits

Introduction to Teaching with Technology COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4380KG Graduate Linda DiVittorio Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $600 Grad $275 Grad

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

Would you like to learn how to integrate technology into your teaching? This course will provide you with a comprehensive survey of the field of educational technology. Establish your own philosophy of technology in educational practice. Apply multiple technologies in the production of a final project—a lesson plan which integrates technology. This is a great first course in learning how to integrate technology into the classroom. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access required. (This course will be delivered from a Moodle Web server.)

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

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1 Credit

MediaBlender: Project-Based Learning with Multimedia COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4232KG Graduate Stephen Zvolner Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates with 45 days to complete course Distance Education A-F $140 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Stephen Zvolner at 847-864-8677 or email smzvolner@stthomas.edu.

Explore the exciting possibilities of incorporating student-created multimedia projects into the curriculum using MediaBlender. MediaBlender allows students to create media-rich presentations including text with hyperlinks, images, sound, animation, video, and interactivity. Explore the principles of project-based learning using multimedia, how to integrate multimedia technology into the curriculum, and how to manage and evaluate student-produced multimedia projects. This course is aligned with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards, National Education Technology Standards (NETS), and the No Child Left Behind Act. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Stephen Zvolner. ^ Technology requirements: Computer and Internet

access are required for this class. Basic computer skills (e.g., word processing, email, basic Internet skills.) This class is open to both Macintosh (OS X 10.4 or later) and Windows XP or Vista users.

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CI 810

1 Credit

Moodle for Teachers COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4233KG Graduate Stephen Zvolner Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates with 45 days to complete course Distance Education A-F $140 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Stephen Zvolner at 847-864-8677 or email smzvolner@stthomas.edu.

Extend your classroom beyond its physical boundaries using Moodle, the leading open source learning management system (LMS). Deliver online courses or supplement traditional face-to-face courses with

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Moodle. Develop dynamic course content that can be accessed over the Internet by students anywhere at any time. In this hands-on course, you will learn how to use Moodle’s features to create an engaging collaborative online learning community for your classroom. This class will be of interest to elementary, middle, and high school teachers, technology coordinators, and school administrators. No prior knowledge of programming or Moodle is required. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Stephen Zvolner.

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3 Credits

Photoshop Elements Online and PowerPoint for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4311KG Graduate John LaFerlita Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

^ Technology requirements: Basic computer skills (e.g., word processing, email, basic Internet skills.) Work can be done on either a Macintosh or Windows PC. No previous experience in using Moodle is required.

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CI 410/810

1 Credit

Movie Maker: Digital Video in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4231KG Graduate Stephen Zvolner Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates with 45 days to complete course Distance Education A-F $140 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Stephen Zvolner at 847-864-8677 or email smzvolner@stthomas.edu.

Bring learning to life using digital video in your classroom. Learn how to use Microsoft Windows Movie Maker, a fully functional digital video editor for Windows XP, to create and edit movies for classroom projects. Through a variety of hands-on activities, learn how to create movies with special effects and transitions, voice-overs, audio tracks, titles and credits, and much more. During this course, you create and produce your own instructional movie. This is an introductory course open to all K–12 teachers. This course is aligned with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards, National Education Technology Standards (NETS), and the No Child Left Behind Act. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and ­Stephen Zvolner. ^ Technology requirements: Access to a digital video

camera and PC running Windows XP or Vista with a FireWire connector and audio-capture card. Two GB free hard-drive space and high-speed Internet connection recommended. Movie Maker is available as a free download from Microsoft’s Web site.

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Conducted entirely by use of the Internet and email, this course helps you take better digital photographs and manipulate the images with the online version of Photoshop, which is a free service. Create slideshows and use your images to create interesting and engaging PowerPoint presentations that can be used in the classroom. This class is for those who have limited knowledge or experience with ­PowerPoint but have a basic understanding of computers, the Internet, and a digital camera. You will need a digital camera to do the assignments. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  You will access the instructional videos at the Photoshop.com Web site. This class is for both PC and Mac users.

^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

1 Credit

Photoshop Elements: Digital Imaging in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4229KG Graduate Stephen Zvolner Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates with 45 days to complete course Distance Education A-F $140 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Stephen Zvolner at 847-864-8677 or email smzvolner@stthomas.edu.

Learn how to use digital cameras, color scanners, and images from the Web to enliven classroom teaching and learning. Explore how digital cameras and scanners work, basic photo-editing techniques using Adobe Photoshop Elements, and integrating digital imaging into the curriculum.


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Through a variety of hands-on activities, develop the skills needed to effectively begin using digital images in the classroom. Develop an instructional module or presentation incorporating the use of digital images. This introductory course is open to all K–12 teachers. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Stephen Zvolner. ^ Technology requirements: Access to a digital camera and scanner, the Internet (high-speed connection recommended), and an email account. This class is open to both Macintosh (OS X 10.4 or later) and Windows PC (Windows XP or Vista) users.

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CI 810

5 Credits

Productivity Tools for Teachers COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4379KG Graduate Marisa McFadden Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $600 Grad $275 Grad

5 Credits

Technology and Ethics

DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4376KG Graduate Les Roka Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $600 Grad $275 Grad

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

Examine the impact that technology has upon the foundations of social, legal, cultural, and moral systems as it pertains to education. Copyright, intellectual property,

CI 810

COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

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3 Credits

K4329KG Graduate John LaFerlita Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Create a blog which is a personal Web page. Learn how to post text and images. Blogs are great tools because they are interactive. Post: • Homework assignments • Photos of classroom activities and field trips • Newsletters for your class • Lesson plans to share with teachers around the world

CI 810

4 Credits

Using iWeb to Create a Classroom Web Site COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Using Blogs as Effective Classroom Tools

GRADE METHOD

from a Moodle Web server.)

INSTRUCTOR

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^ Internet access required. (This course will be delivered

COURSE #

from a Moodle Web server.)

DATES

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

CI 810

^ Internet access required. (This course will be delivered

INSTRUCTOR

When should a teacher use a computer? Will using a computer save time? Will it just complicate your life? Receive an introduction to learning theory and apply it to the selection of productivity software to enhance your students’ learning experiences. Study and apply the use of word processors, spreadsheets, databases, presentation software, and Internet-based learning resources to your lesson plans. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

COURSE #

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

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privacy, free speech, and ethically responsible behavior are the challenges you will address in this course. Consider these technology and ethics issues so you will gain the experience, perspective, and confidence you need in an educational environment increasingly shaped by immersive, convergent digital media technologies. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

K4302KG Graduate James Mardon Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Enrollees are introduced to technology issues, Web page design, and are prompted to consider how a classroom Web site improves student achievement and stimulates parental involvement. Focus on collaboration with colleagues and technology departments. Encourages collaboration with professionals beyond the school’s borders. Course readings include Web hosting and servers, increasing ­parental involvement in students’ success, improving student motivation through posting work on the Internet, critically ­analyzing the professionalism of Web sites, using Web pages as a communication piece across state and national borders, and using Web sites to dramatically improve student achievement. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Technology requirements: Internet access required.

You will need a digital camera to do some of the assignments. You will access the instructional videos at the Photoshop.com Web site. This class is for the PC and Mac user.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

Related Course CI 810 Teaching Online Using Moodle 503-919-0391 radana@eltsolutions.com

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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CI 810

4 Credits

Using the Internet in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 810

5 Credits

Web Design for Teachers COURSE #

K4301KG Graduate Vincent Ruggiano Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

IBM PC-compatible, Macintosh, and UNIX users explore using the Internet in the classroom. Networking basics, finding and searching resource databases, using the Web, and developing your network resources and Internet-based assignments are included. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4377KG Graduate Linda DiVittorio Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $600 Grad $275 Grad

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

Teachers have a long history of making use of minimal tools and making them work. The Internet bears witness to thousands of poorly designed Web sites created by teachers who have not had the benefit of studying Web site design and style. Many good resources and educational lessons have fallen victim to these poorly designed sites. Bring pedagogical foundations of instruction together with Web development and design principles to develop a Web site-based unit of instruction. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

CI 810

5 Credits

Distance Education A popular way to fit courses into your busy schedule, Continuing Education offers over 100 courses in a variety of formats. Distance Education courses and programs are delivered using a range of distance learning technologies and methods, including correspondence, CD-ROM, a mix of face-to-face and PSU Web-based class systems, video streaming, and fully online. All distance classes are listed below under delivery method and content area.

^ Fully Online: Web-based course taught via the Internet. Students are not required to meet face-to-face to complete this course.

Online: Web-enhanced course  Partially with reduced classroom meetings and a significant amount of the course content presented via the Internet.

Computer-based course  CD-ROM: designed to be loaded from a CD onto the hard drive of your Macintosh or Windows PC computer. Contact with instructor is by phone or email.

Work with faculty Q Correspondence: through the mail or email to complete your course. Once you register, you will receive a course guide or set of materials via mail. Mail back your assignments to your instructor.

^ Internet access required. (This course will be delivered from a Moodle Web server.)

Video Game-Based Learning COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4378KG Graduate Elizabeth Evans Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education $600 Grad $275 Grad

See the catalog section below for more exciting opportunities!

U PSU Web-Based Class System (Black-

board): For these dynamic courses, you must have a computer with unrestricted access to the Internet and be proficient in the use of computers, including email, Web browsers, word processing software, and streaming media players. For specific information about accessing these PSU Web-based courses, configuring your computer, and using this system, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

Mathematics • Online Pedagogy: Teaching and Designing Effective Online Mathematics Courses

For class registration call Kathy Ulisse at 908-326-4428, email kathy@abromitis.com, or go to www.abromitis.com/register.php.

Games afford educators an opportunity to engage learners in an immersive and interactive environment. Even though game-based learning requires knowledge, analysis, decision making, and information management skills, games used in teaching and learning can be controversial. Often, games are associated with recreation and are considered non-educational. In recent years, games are gaining acceptance in education. Based on research, writing, interaction, and game play, you will design a game and lesson plan for implementation in their classrooms. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Abromitis Online Learning.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access required. (This course will be delivered from a Moodle Web server.)

Fully Online Courses Arts LEGEND

Integrated Arts for the Classroom Teacher,  7

* = See page 70 for location addresses

Computers and Technology

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

12

= Cooperative class

Audio and Video Production for the Classroom,  8 Digital Visual Imagery for Educators,  8 E-Learning Development Leadership,  7 Exploring the Internet 1, Beginning,  9 Exploring the Internet 2, Intermediate,  9 Exploring the Internet 3, Advanced,  9 iMovie: Digital Video in the Classroom,  9 Introduction to Teaching with Technology,  9 MediaBlender: Project-Based Learning with Multimedia,  10 Moodle for Teachers,  10 Movie Maker: Digital Video in the Classroom,  10 Photoshop Elements: Digital Imaging in the Classroom,  10


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Productivity Tools for Teachers,  11 Technology and Ethics,  11 Using Blogs as Effective Classroom Tools,  11 Using iWeb to Create a Classroom Web Site,  11 Using the Internet in the Classroom,  12 Video Game-Based Learning,  12 Web Design for Teachers,  12 Early Childhood

An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health,  15 Bilingual Children: Program Models, Assessment, and Classroom Methods, Ages 2–5,  15 Constructivist Curriculum: Big Ideas in ECE,  15 Early Literacy: Teaching Reading and Writing in the K–3 Classroom,  16 General Education

Authentic Assessment with the Brain in Mind,  19 Brain-Based Learning,  19 Bringing Social Studies Alive,  19 Building a Classroom Community,  19 Building a Strong Foundation: The First Weeks of School,  20 Civics for Educators,  20 Class Meetings: The Way to a Well-Disciplined Classroom,  20 Concepts for K–8 Health and Fitness,  20 Counseling Skills for Classroom Teachers,  20 Creating a Caring Classroom: Practical Strategies to Avoid Common Classroom Problems,  21 Creating Time: Teacher Time-Management Strategies,  21 Design Your Own Course: A District-Based Research Approach,  21 Designing the Successful Classroom,  22 Differentiated Instructional Strategies: TeacherFriendly Ways to Address the Needs of Diverse Classroom Populations,  22, 65 Differentiation: Second Stage,  22 From Good Teacher to Great: Teach with Your Strengths,  23 Geography for Educators,  23 Harassment, Bullying, and Cyber-Intimidation in Schools,  23 Ignite the Spark: Discover What Lights You Up and Your Natural Ability to Achieve It,  24 Infusing Critical and Creative Thinking into Your Classroom,  24 Instructional Strategies and Assessment of Student Learning,  16 Issues in Restructuring Education,  25 Learning Styles: Teaching to the Differences Among Us,  25 Making a Difference: Classroom Instruction that Works,  5 More Teacher Time-Management Strategies,  25 Multiple Intelligences: Teaching Successfully to All Students,  25 Reading Portland: Narratives about a City,  26 Service-Learning Design and Practice: Instructional Strategies for Community Engagement,  17 United States Government for Educators,  6 Working with Challenging Children in the Classroom,  27 History for Educators

Early North American History to the Civil War for Educators,  28 Lies My History Teacher Told Me: Alternative Interpretations to U.S. History,  28

Multicultural Perspective of U.S. History,  28 Pacific Northwest History: A Secondary Classroom Perspective,  29 U.S. History from the Civil War to 2000 for Educators,  29 Women’s History: Keys for Classroom Integration,  29 World History for Educators,  29 Human Services

Science

Science in the Multicultural K–8 Classroom,  60 Science Inquiry for the Constructivist Teacher, Grades K–8,  61 Special Education

ADD/ADHD: Positive Alternatives,  64 Differentiated Instructional Strategies: TeacherFriendly Ways to Address the Needs of Diverse Classroom Populations,  22, 65

Family-Based Therapeutic Strategies: Coaching Adoptive and Foster Parents,  31 Infant Toddler Mental Health,  14

Partially Online Courses

Language Arts

Teaching Online Using Moodle,  11

Adolescent Literature: Middle to High School Levels,  41 American Literature for Educators,  42 Boy Readers /Boy Writers,  40 British Literature for Educators,  42 Child and Adolescent Literature for Educators,  42 Children’s Books: Curriculum Connections,  43 Children’s Books: Folk and Fairy Tales, Fables and More,  43 Children’s Books Old and New: Authors and Illustrators, Too,  43 Children’s Literature, K–5,  40 Contemporary Children’s and Young Adult Literature,  40, 49 Creating a Poetry-Friendly Classroom,  43 Developing a Reading Workshop Classroom,  43 Developing Students’ Language and Communication Skills,  44 Essentials of Writing Instruction,  44 Gift of Words: Enriching Students’ Vocabulary,  44 Global Literature, K–12,  40 Hands-on Literature,  44 Language for Learning: The Power of Words,  44 Language Study for Teachers, K–12,  41 Launching the Writing Workshop in the Middle Grades,  45 Literature Circles: Reading Successfully in the Intermediate Grades,  45 Literature-Based Writing,  45 Mechanics of Writing for the K–12 Classroom,  45 Multicultural Literature for Educators,  46 Practicum: ReadOregon,  41 Reading Leadership in Middle and High Schools,  41 Solving Reading Problems, Levels Middle to High School,  47 Story Writing Using Science Concepts and Reading Strategies,  47 Structure of Language for Educators,  47 The Essentials of Reading Instruction,  47 Updating Your Read Alouds,  48 Using the Best of Children’s Literature in the Classroom,  48 World Literature for Educators,  48 Writing Process for Educators,  48

General Education

Mathematics

Differentiated Math: No Problem!  52 Meaningful Math: No Problem!  53 Online Pedagogy: Teaching and Designing Effective Online Mathematics Courses,  53 Multicultural

Working Successfully with Culturally Diverse and English Language Learners,  59

Computers and Technology

Humor in the Classroom: Exploring Strategies to Make Teaching and Learning Fun,  24 Teaching Personal Finance for Educators,  26 Human Services

Being a Brain-Wise Practitioner III: States, Traits, and Neuroplasticity,  37 Interpersonal Neurobiology Applications: Mental Health and Addictions,  37 Interpersonal Neurobiology at Work III: Mindsight in Leadership, Relationships, Results, and Resilience,  37 Putting Adoption Therapy into Practice,  32 The Science of Interpersonal Neurobiology,  36 CD-Rom Courses General Education

Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies,  26 Human Services

Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children,  38 Drugs and Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use and Abuse,  39 Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma, and Violence on Student Learning,  39 Language Arts

Reading Fundamentals: An Introduction to Scientifically Based Research,  46 Reading Fundamentals: Laying the Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction,��� 46 Reading Fundamentals: The Elements of Effective Reading Instruction and Assessment,  46 Multicultural

Teaching Diversity: Influences and Issues in the Classroom,  59 Special Education

Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents,  64 Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Interventions for Effective Teaching,  65 Behavior Is Language: New Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behaviors,  65 Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms,  66 Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher,  66 Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom,  67 Talented and Gifted

Talented and Gifted: Working with High Achievers,  67

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Correspondence Courses Arts

Early Childhood

Use the Arts to Teach,  7 General Education

Instruction for Children Prenatally Affected by Drugs or Alcohol,  24 Reading and Dyslexia,  66 Mathematics

Creative Math! A Hands-on Approach to Teaching Mathematics through the Standards, Grades 5–12,  51 Environmental Studies with Math Applications: Levels Middle School, High School, and College,  52 Explore Math Connections! A Curriculum for All Students of the Millennium, Grades 4–9,  52 How to Best Use Your TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Grades 6 and Up,  52 Making Statistics Come Alive with the TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Part I,  52 Making Statistics Come Alive with the TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Part II,  53 Multiple Intelligences and Brain-Compatible Learning in the Mathematics Classroom,  53 Science and Math through Multiple Intelligences and Brain-Based Learning: Levels Middle School, High School, and College,  54 Teaching Algebra II with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator,  54 Teaching Basic Trigonometry with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator,  54 Teaching College Algebra with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator,  54 Teaching Mathematics through Multiple Intelligences, Grades K–5,  54 Teaching Pre-Calculus with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator, Part I,  55 Teaching Pre-Calculus with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator, Part II,  55 Teaching Quantitative Literacy through the Standards: Levels Middle School, High School, and College,  55 Teaching Statistics with Excel, Part I,  56 Teaching Statistics with Excel, Part II,  56 Using the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator to Teach Algebra I,  56 Science

Teaching Science and Math through the Standards, Levels High School and College,  55, 61 Special Education

Disabilities: A Medical Primer,  66 Other Distance Learning Courses

Infant/Toddler Mental Health Graduate Certificate

The Infant/Toddler Mental Health (ITMH) program is an online, 25-credit graduate certificate. Students begin as a cohort and participate together through six quarters of online instruction and one weekend face-to-face meeting per term on PSU’s campus. A tailored practicum is required toward the end of the program.

Web-Based Early Childhood Education Series The Early Childhood Training Center, in cooperation with the Graduate School of Education, offers a series of upper-division courses in early childhood education (ECE). These courses are designed to offer in-depth, research-based knowledge of important areas of preschool curriculum to teachers who work with children ages one to five. They are stand-alone courses that early childhood professionals may use as credit toward a bachelor’s or master’s degree, with the approval of their academic adviser. There are no prerequisites.

The program is aimed at improving the abilities of families, people who work with young children, and other partners to support and strengthen the emotional and relational development of children from birth through preschool. It is appropriate for professionals who are mental health, special education, child welfare, and social service providers; home visitors; teachers; child care providers; and healthcare professionals and super­visors of these direct service providers.

The courses include:

Topics covered:

• Bilingual Children: Program Models, Assessment, and Classroom Methods

• Dynamics of infant/toddler development • Protective factors in family environments • Risk factors for mental health problems in family environments • Social/emotional and developmental difficulties of infants, toddlers, and their families • Early screening and assessment • Theories of treatment • Home- and community-based ­intervention • Diagnostic classification systems for mental health disorders of young children • Collaborative service approaches Cohorts begin every other fall term; the next cohort begins fall 2010. For more information about the Infant Toddler Mental Health Graduate Certificate, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/imh, email Julie Puris, program manager, at purisj@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4628 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4628.

• An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health • Numeracy Development in Young Children • Early Language and Literacy • Emotional Life of Toddlers and Tweens • Planning for Children with Challenging Behavior in the Classroom

• The Young Child as Scientist, Ages 3–8 • Constructivist Curriculum: Big Ideas in ECE

The ECE Certificate of Completion Program The PSU ECE Certificate is an 18-credit program culminating in a certificate of completion. The certificate is available to both undergraduate and graduate students. Students who complete six 3-credit online ECE courses (18 credits), at either the undergraduate or graduate level, are eligible to receive a certificate of completion in early childhood education. The certificate program does not require admission. Students may take courses in any order. For more information about the Web-Based Early Childhood Education Series, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/wece, email Julie Puris, program manager, at purisj@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4628 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4628.

Computers and Technology

Photoshop Elements Online and PowerPoint for Educators,  10 General Education

Empowering and Strengthening Self-Reliance and Responsibility in Students,  23 Human Services

Secondary Trauma and How to Reconcile Its Impact,  36 Special Education

Humor in the Classroom: Exploring Strategies to Make Teaching and Learning Fun,  24

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~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.


early childhood

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SPED 410/510

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3 Credits

INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

3 Credits

Bilingual Children: Program Models, Assessment, and Classroom Methods, Ages 2–5

An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health COURSE #

CI 410/510

64114 Undergraduate 64115 Graduate Cheryl Price Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Learn the basics of infant/toddler mental health (ITMH) from an interdisciplinary perspective. Gain knowledge about current research and interventions from the field of infant mental health. S­pecial attention is placed on infant/toddler development, risk factors, assessment methods, prevention/intervention, and ­collaboration in the field. Also emphasized is the history of ITMH as a field and incorporating ITMH into policies and systems. Sponsored by Portland State University.

COURSE #

64109 Undergraduate 64110 Graduate Shiela Rector Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

The rapid diversification of our nation brings with it great promise as well as challenges. For early childhood educators, it is imperative that programs be developed which effectively serve all students. Learn about culturally and linguistically appropriate instruction, assessment, and development, framed within the ­context of linking the program to families. Specific topics include first and second ­language acquisition, culture and acculturation, culturally appropriate curriculum and assessment, engaging families, and program models that build on the strengths that preschool children ages two through five bring with them from home into the classroom. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

CI 410/510

3 Credits

Constructivist Curriculum: Big Ideas in ECE

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

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INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64107 Undergraduate 64108 Graduate Frank Mahler Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Consider the possibilities of taking a big idea, such as “balance” or “light,” and exploring it deeply over time and across the curriculum with preschool and primary age children. Using Christine Chaille’s new book, examine the ways that integrated curriculum and project work support children’s learning and foster the connections necessary for them to construct knowledge. Develop resources and design activities related to a particular big idea, and consider the challenges and rewards of bringing what you learn into your work with young children. Sponsored by ­Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

e a r ly c h i l d h o o d e d u c at i o n o n l i n e se r i es Te n tat i ve C o u r se sc h e d u l e

An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health The Young Child as Scientist, Ages 3–8 Emotional Life of Toddlers and Tweens Numeracy Development in Young Children Constructivist Curriculum: Big Ideas in ECE

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SPRING

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

Bilingual Children: Program Models, Assessment, and Classroom Methods

3

Planning for Children with Challenging Behavior in the Classroom

3

Early Language and Literacy

3

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 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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early childhood • g eneral education

General Education

Other Early Childhood Offerings

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CI 810

4 Credits

Early Literacy: Teaching Reading and Writing in the K–3 Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4341KG Graduate Sheri Polito Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn how to develop literacy experiences that are authentic, interesting, and fun to teach. This course aligns itself with the latest research on brain-based learning and multiple intelligences. Discover numerous practical and ready-to-use tools to help your students reach state and national standards. Offered cooperatively by ­Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

Differentiated Instruction: Reaching All Learners How can you meet the diverse needs of individual students with a wide variety of learning styles, interests, goals, cultural backgrounds, language differences, prior knowledge, and abilities in your classroom? Most teachers don’t want to “teach to the middle,” so how do you modify your instruction to meet the individual needs of each of your students? For more information about Differentiated Instruction, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ differentiated, email Cailín O’Connor, program manager, at caoconno@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8234 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8234. Note: This series will conclude spring quarter, 2010.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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3 Credits

Instructional Strategies and Assessment of Student Learning COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65130 Graduate KM120-2CP1 Noncredit Erin Bernardi Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $1,102 Grad/$480 Noncredit

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Learn various assessment techniques and instructional strategies to assist in designing respectful learning experiences for a range of students, including those in special populations such as ELL, gifted, and students with disabilities. Use knowledge of each student’s learning characteristics, interests, and needs to select, adapt, and implement appropriate differentiated instructional strategies, and to motivate and challenge each student. Learn to apply assessment techniques to measure progress and determine rate and level of new ­learning. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities! Arts • Connecting Art and Math, Grades 3–7 Language Arts • Launching the K–2 Writing Workshop

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

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= Cooperative class


General Edu cation

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S e r v i ce - Le a r n i n g t e n tat i ve C o u r se S c h e d u l e

Service-Learning K–12

Bring learning to life! Across America, service-learning is helping students perform better in school while improving their communities through service. By connecting classroom lessons with community service projects, servicelearning engages students and brings learning to life! “Service-learning is growing so rapidly because we can see it is having a powerful impact on young people and their development. It is a dynamic process, through which students’ personal and social growth is tightly interwoven into their academic and cognitive development.” —The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse

Designed for • K–12 teachers • Administrators • Staff from community organizations • Anyone interested in developing more effective teaching skills or building strong community-development programs Flexible format • Fully online • Undergraduate or graduate credit • Certificate of completion is awarded at the end of all five courses (15 credits) in the series • No prerequisites or admission • Courses may be taken in any order For more information about Service-Learning, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/service-learning; email Cailín O’Connor, program manager, at caoconno@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8234 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8234.

credits Fall Winter Spring Summer

Planning for Service- 3 Learning: Creating Lessons, Implementing Projects, Achieving Impact

Sustaining Service- 3 Learning through Effective Resource Development and Marketing

Service-Learning Best Practice: Collaboration

3

Service-Learning Best Practice: Youth Voice

3

INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

3 Credits

Service-Learning Design and Practice: Instructional Strategies for Community Engagement COURSE #

Service-Learning Design 3 and Practice: Instructional Strategies for Community Engagement

ELP 410/510

65128 Undergraduate 65129 Graduate Kathleen McPherson Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Service-learning is an effective instructional approach which helps students learn and apply academic skills to real problems—a dropout prevention strategy and more. This instruction makes it more likely that students retain and apply what they learn. Therefore, as students begin to make valuable contributions to their community, they also begin to assume a more active, responsible role in the community and develop a stronger sense of purpose and belonging. Learn the elements of effective service-learning practice and practical ways to incorporate this model into your classroom. This course is recommended for K–12 educators interested in working in schools; youth workers or others interested in the technique will find r­elevancy. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

See page 3 for program highlights.

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General E d u cation

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Other General Education Offerings

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CI/SPED 410/810

1 Credit

An Integrated Approach to Wellness 2: Physical Connections to Learning

DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Sheila West SaSu 9am-4pm Apr 17, 18 +TBA Still Moving Yoga* Portland A-F $215 Undergrad/$215 Grad $55 Undergrad/$55 Grad

CI COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION

COUN COURSE #

PSU CREDIT FEE

Register online at www.yogacalm.org, call Jim Gillen at 503-977-0944, or email registration@ yogacalm.org.

This second in a series of Yoga Calm® workshops introduces participants to 20 new wellness games and activities from the program curriculum and shows them how to safely develop strength, flexibility, fitness, and health awareness for K–12 children. Using highly experiential activities, receive detailed instruction in alignment, sequencing, and class planning based on developmental stages and adaptations for diverse abilities, including those of special needs students. Developed from many years of counseling and teaching in both public and private schools, the practices taught in this workshop are designed to complement those taught in An Integrated Approach to Wellness 1 and 3. Yoga Calm® is effective and appropriate for all ages and abilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Still Moving Yoga, LLC.

 Prerequisite: An Integrated Approach to Wellness 1.

COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE

CI

K4365KU Undergraduate K4365KG Graduate

COUN

K4364KU Undergraduate K4364KG Graduate

SPED

COURSE #

COUN COURSE #

SPED

Register online at www.yogacalm.org, call Jim Gillen at 503-977-0944, or email registration@ yogacalm.org.

This third in a series of Yoga Calm® workshops introduces participants to 20 new social/emotional skill development games and wellness activities from the program curriculum (and the strategies that inform them), giving teachers and counselors new tools for directly addressing the need for emotional guidance and support in the school setting. The practices taught in this workshop are designed to complement those taught in An Integrated Approach to Wellness 1 and 2. Yoga Calm® is effective and appropriate for all ages and abilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Still Moving Yoga, LLC.

 Prerequisite: Counseling or education degree, or

current enrollment in a graduate counseling or education program and successful completion of An Integrated Approach to Wellness 1 and 2.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

CI/SPED 410/810

1 Credit

An Integrated Approach to Wellness 4: Application of Wellness Principles

K4363KU Undergraduate K4363KG Graduate

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

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PSU CREDIT FEE

COURSE #

K4361KU Undergraduate K4361KG Graduate

Lynea Gillen SaSu 9am-4pm Apr 17, 18 +TBA Still Moving Yoga* Portland A-F $215 Undergrad/$215 Grad $55 Undergrad/$55 Grad

CI

K4362KU Undergraduate K4362KG Graduate

SPED COURSE #

COURSE FEE

COURSE #

K4360KU Undergraduate K4360KG Graduate

1 Credit

An Integrated Approach to Wellness 3: Social and Emotional Connections to Learning

GRADE METHOD INSTRUCTOR

CI/SPED 410/810

COURSE #

Lynea Gillen F 6-9pm May 21 SaSu 9am-4pm May 22, 23 +TBA Still Moving Yoga* Portland A-F $245 Undergrad/$245 Grad $55 Undergrad/$55 Grad K4366KU Undergraduate K4366KG Graduate K4368KU Undergraduate K4368KG Graduate K4367KU Undergraduate K4367KG Graduate

Register online at www.yogacalm.org, call Jim Gillen at 503-977-0944, or email registration@ yogacalm.org.

Integration is the theme of this capstone course in the Yoga Calm® Wellness series, with counselors, teachers, nurses, and occupational therapists developing and sharing wellness lesson plans that meet multiple health, academic, and social/ emotional development goals. Following the practicum model, each student will teach one 30-minute class to a small group of their peers and course instructor. To ­reate a supportive learning environment, Yoga Calm® team building, communication, and social/emotional skill-development processes will precede practice teaching while reflection, collegial sharing, and constructive feedback processes will provide opportunities to assess knowledge and refine skills. Complementing this powerful learning experience, receive a compendium of class plans from the course, as well as instruction in how to develop Yoga Calm® for school groups and family support activities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Still Moving Yoga, LLC.

 Prerequisites: An Integrated Approach to Wellness 1, 2, and 3.


General Edu cation

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CI 810

4 Credits

INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

CI 810

COURSE #

K4330KG Graduate Dan Stanton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad $15 materials fee payable to NW Teachers’ Learning Center

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn the principles of authentic assessment and practical, effective, and cutting-edge assessment strategies to match these ­principles. Understand the relationship between assessment, brain-based learning, and collaborative learning. A firm knowledge of how students learn makes you more effective in assessing their learning. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

2 Credits

Brain Gym Fundamentals

Authentic Assessment with the Brain in Mind COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 810

1 Credit

Brain Gym for the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4119KG Graduate Carla Judge F 9am-5pm Mar 5 Sa 9am-12pm Mar 6 +TBA Christ United Methodist Church* Portland A-F $195 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Carla Judge at 503-526-8795 or email cjeducate@comcast.net.

Learn Brain Gym® movements and goal processes that are appropriate for use in classrooms, home schooling, personal use, and private practice. The movements and activities help integrate the whole brain/ body system to relieve stress, anxiety, and learning blocks. Specific movements and activities help with visual skills for reading, small motor skills for writing, and comprehension and memory for math and testing. Movements are beneficial for anyone, especially for those with learning challenges. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Carla Judge.

CI 810

4 Credits

Bringing Social Studies Alive

K4211KG Graduate Carla Judge Th-Sa 9am-5pm Apr 15-17 +TBA Christ United Methodist Church* Portland A-F $425 Grad $110 Grad

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4296KG Graduate Matt Hiefield Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad $50 materials fee payable to NW Teachers’ Learning Center

For registration call Carla Judge at 503-526-8795 or email cjeducate@comcast.net.

SPECIAL FEES

Brain Gym® is a series of simple, physiologically based, enjoyable movements that enhance the learning experience by reducing stress and encouraging whole-brain integration. Learn these movements and about the circumstances in which to effectively use them. Also learn the fundamental steps for sequencing these movements in the five-step process of balance. Balance can be targeted to assist concentration, memory, reading, writing, organizational skills, physical coordination, learning challenges, and much more. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Carla Judge.

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Brain-Based Learning

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COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4331KG Graduate Dan Stanton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn the principles of brain-based learning and practical, effective, and cutting-edge teaching strategies to match these principles. Applicable to all grades. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Learn how to create a fully interactive classroom that brings social studies to life for you and your students. Integrate the latest knowledge on brain-based learning and multiple intelligences into your lesson plans. More than 40 ready-to-use lesson formats are presented. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

CI 810

3 Credits

Building a Classroom Community COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4260KG Graduate Ashley Smith Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

A learning community is developed through purposeful community-building activities, engaging instructional strategies, and formative assessment that take into account a classroom of diverse students. Learn how to develop a classroom environment where every member feels included and influential. Children must participate with 100 percent of their abilities to ensure all reach their maximum potential. Through discussion, activities, and clearly established expectations, teachers make sure that every child in their classroom feels like an important part of the learning community. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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General E d u cation

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CI 810

3 Credits

Building a Strong Foundation: The First Weeks of School COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4259KG Graduate Ashley Smith Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

The decisions teachers make during the critical first weeks of school set the tone for the entire year. Through the reading of and interacting with The First Six Weeks of School by Paula Denton and Roxanne Kriete, learn to establish a safe environment where students can take risks and learn how to handle routines and expectations throughout the day. Your students will demonstrate increased self-discipline and be more engaged in active learning. Work through the book and assignments at your own pace. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

LOCATION

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD

PSU CREDIT FEE

4 Credits

K4333KG Graduate Eric McGuire Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Reflect on the principles of democracy; the purposes and organization of government, laws, and international relationships; and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Record your thoughts and design ­lesson plans for secondary students. This course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for U.S. history, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential ­academic learning requirements for U.S.

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DATES

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4334KG Graduate Laurie Lane Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

This course teaches you the necessary tools to be successful at implementing class meetings. Class meetings establish a caring classroom where students learn selfdiscipline and feel capable and significant. Decrease student behavior problems and increase your job satisfaction. Applicable to elementary grades. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW ­Teachers’ Learning Center.

this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Concepts for K–8 Health and Fitness COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

this class.

4 Credits

^ Computer and Internet access are required for CI 810

Civics for Educators

COURSE FEE

CI 810

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for

Class Meetings: The Way to a Well-Disciplined Classroom

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

for health and fitness. Content is influenced by the National Health Education Standards. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

K4335KG Graduate Shawn Jenkins Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn to teach appropriate health and fitness concepts, including active, healthy, and safe behaviors. Health and fitness, while related disciplines, are broad and far-reaching. For purposes of this course, they are integrated by being anchored in Oregon’s benchmarks and Washington’s essential academic learning requirements

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CI/SPED 810

3 Credits

Counseling Skills for Classroom Teachers INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Marilyn Hill Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

CI COURSE #

K4264KG Graduate

SPED COURSE #

K4287KG Graduate

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

If you feel you’re spending too much instructional time dealing with the behavioral, social, and emotional issues of your students, this class is for you. In this combination classroom and distance-learning class, receive counseling techniques appropriate for classroom settings for identifying and dealing with anger, aggression, conduct disorders, anxiety, depression, oppositional defiance, and more. Learn strategies designed to increase classroom motivation and responsibility, and improve the learning environment for all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.


General Edu cation

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CI 810

4 Credits

Creating a Caring Classroom: Practical Strategies to Avoid Common Classroom Problems COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4336KG Graduate Laurie Lane Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad $15 materials fee payable to NW Teachers’ Learning Center

Calm® and environmental education activities can be used to develop high interest, interdisciplinary lessons that meet and ­support K–8 health, science, and physical education standards and curricula. Yoga Calm® is appropriate for all ages and abilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Still Moving Yoga, LLC.

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INSTRUCTORS

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

DATES

In our classrooms today there is a great need to know how to develop prosocial skills along with academic skills. Learn ­concrete ways to spend most of your time teaching in a proactive way rather than dealing with behavior problems that often occur in the classroom. Applicable to elementary grades. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

GRADE METHOD

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

CI 810

1 Credit

Creating a Sustainable Future: Integrating Wellness and Environmental Education COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4357KG Graduate Lynea Gillen, Kim Wilson SaSu 9am-4pm Apr 10, 11 +TBA Still Moving Yoga* Portland A-F $215 Grad $55 Grad

LOCATION

PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 810

3 Credits

K4266KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Kristin PhillipsRogers Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Looking for fresh ideas to save time during your day while still managing to cover required curriculum? This exciting course is designed to meet the needs of all teachers in grades K–6. In these economically trying times, it is essential for classroom teachers to become more efficient and creative in managing the multitude of demands placed upon them (parent communication, individual student needs, paperwork, team planning, and creating engaging lesson plans). Examine time-management strategies, including setting personal boundaries, making better use of school and community resources, and classroom structure and organization. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

CI 810

2-4 Credits

Design Your Own Course: A District-Based Research Approach INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION

Creating Time: Teacher TimeManagement Strategies

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Linda Campbell Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad

2 Credits COURSE # PSU CREDIT FEE

K4337KG Graduate $110 Grad

3 Credits COURSE # PSU CREDIT FEE

K4338KG Graduate $165 Grad

4 Credits COURSE # PSU CREDIT FEE

K4339KG Graduate $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Real-world experience is educationally valuable. Teachers and administrators are involved in curriculum development, mentoring, and school-improvement projects that demand hours of work beyond the school day. Use this course to research these district-based resources for integrating self-directed learning into the classroom. Assess information derived from community resources, principles learned at conferences, and professional development, mentoring, and school-improvement programs that enrich classroom instruction. Learn to integrate these resources into the curriculum. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Register online at www.yogacalm.org, call Jim Gillen at 503-977-0944, or email registration@ yogacalm.org.

From the air we breathe to the food we eat to the exercise and solace we find in nature, our personal wellness is inextricably linked to the health of our environment. National studies have shown that the experiential and conceptual use of environmental education as an integrating concept improves student health and learning in math, science, social studies, and language arts. This course demonstrates how Yoga

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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CI 810

3 Credits

Designing the Successful Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4267KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Does the organization of your classroom leave something to be desired? Learn ­practical strategies for how to renovate your classroom environment and increase opportunities for learning. Through the reading of Classroom Spaces that Work by Marlynn K. Clayton, you will gather techniques to create meaningful displays, effectively arrange furniture, unclutter supplies, maintain a healthy environment, and meet the needs of all of your students. In this distance class, you will work through the book and assignments at your own pace. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

2 Credits

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: Teacher-Friendly Ways to Address the Needs of Diverse Classroom Populations COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4347KG Graduate Barbara Miller Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates. Distance Education A-F $375 Grad $110 Grad

For registration call Barbara Miller at 541-344-3306, email explore@efn.org, or go to www.educational explorations.org.

Explore methods and strategies to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse classroom population. Address the needs of students, including those with special education needs, autism, attention challenges,

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English language learners, and talents and gifts, as well as student learning styles and preferences. Through online research, assigned reading, and collaborative discussion-board formats, you discover teacherfriendly practices that are curriculum-based and sustainable. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Educational Explorations.

CI 410/810

Difficult Conversations: Schools and Families Working Together COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

LOCATION

^ Computer and Internet access are required for

GRADE METHOD

this class.

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COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 410/510

2 Credits

Differentiation: Second Stage COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4348KU Undergraduate K4348KG Graduate Barbara Miller Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education P/NP Optional $375 Undergrad/$375 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

For registration call Barbara Miller at 541-344-3306, email explore@efn.org, or go to www.educational explorations.org.

Expand your knowledge of differentiation and its application in the classroom. Designed to mentor and assist you to enhance aspects of differentiation in school settings in a “second-stage” of learning about differentiation. Learn, share, and expand new ideas and methodologies through readings, research, and interaction in an online forum with other educators. Design classroom activities that meet the needs of all learners. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Educational Explorations.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  Prerequisite: Knowledge base on topic of differentiation. Previous university coursework, such as Differentiated Instructional Strategies, Differentiation Through Brain-Based Learning: Exploration and Implementation, or equivalent are strongly suggested.

^ Computer and Internet access are required for

2 Credits

K4350KU Undergraduate K4350KG Graduate Barbara Miller Sa 8:30am-3:30pm May 1, 22 +TBA Tigard City Hall* Tigard A-F $375 Undergrad/$375 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

For registration call Barbara Miller at 541-344-3306, email explore@efn.org, or go to www.educational explorations.org.

Through interactive lecture and small group discussions, course content will ­center on the types of problems that occur in schools and outline strategies for their solution. Included are the principles of working with instructional assistants and school staff teams. Research-based information on communication styles, cognitive perceptions, and distortions will be provided. Learn the skills necessary to communicate with diverse populations, including people in a variety of family structures and holding different socioeconomic values, in addition to those of race and ethnicity. The particular challenges in dealing with students identified in special education will be included. (This course was previously titled Schools and Families Working Together.) Offered cooperatively by ­Portland State University and Educational Explorations.

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CI 810

1 Credit

Double Doodle: A Window to Whole Brain Vision COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION

this class.

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4213KG Graduate Carla Judge F 9am-5pm Apr 30 Sa 9am-12pm May 1 +TBA Christ United Methodist Church* Portland A-F $195 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Carla Judge at 503-526-8795 or email cjeducate@comcast.net.

Discover your innate ability to draw and paint; to connect with color, shape, and movement; and to share joy, ease, and ­serendipity in creative expression. Learn about crossing the visual/kinesthetic midline, as well as binocularity for working in the midfield, internalization of early


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developmental movements, spatial ­awareness and depth perception, and self-­ perception as it regards movement and tactility and affects reading and fine-motor skills. Use Brain Gym® and Vision Gym® movements and homologous movements to encourage healthy visual skills and reclaim ambidexterity as you carry out your daily activities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Carla Judge.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

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COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD

PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 810

4 Credits

K4323KG Graduate Laurie Lane Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

This course is a companion course to Class Meetings and Creating a Caring Classroom classes. It can be taken either before or after these courses; each course enhances the others. Learn how to empower and strengthen any relationship through Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World. Learn the significant seven perceptions and skills students need to be successful in life. Learn through The Power of Our Words: Teacher Language That Helps Children Learn. Learn through The Morning Meeting Book how to start your day in a positive way. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW ­Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD

PSU CREDIT FEE

3 Credits

K4272KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Kristin PhillipsRogers Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential academic learning requirements for geography. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 410/810

3 Credits

Harassment, Bullying, and Cyber-Intimidation in Schools COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

Explore ways to capitalize on your strengths and natural talents in order to captivate even the must reluctant of learners. Work with the required text Teach with Your Strengths—How Great Teachers Inspire Their Students by Rosanne Liesveld and Jo Ann Miller. The methods and strategies discussed are gleaned from 40 years of research by the Gallup Organization, in addition to our own experiences and research as educators. After reflecting on what makes a great teacher and completing the online assessment instrument, learn how to incorporate your strengths into your daily practice in order to become a better teacher and make a difference in the lives of your students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4243KU Undergraduate K4243KG Graduate Candyce Reynolds Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad $165 Undergrad/$165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

Discuss definitions and the personal, social, and legal ramifications associated with ­sexual harassment, bullying, and cyberintimidation. Address what is known about these troubling areas. Explore preventative strategies as well as how school staff can address these issues when they occur. A clear understanding of what constitutes harassment and the harmful effects of harassment on people and institutions is essential to providing a safe and inclusive school environment for all. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and ­V irtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

CI 810

4 Credits

^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Geography for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

CI 810

From Good Teacher to Great: Teach with Your Strengths

COURSE FEE

Empowering and Strengthening Self-Reliance and Responsibility in Students

COURSE FEE

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LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4322KG Graduate Gabor Muskat Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Based on course readings and resources, reflect on peoples, places, demographics, and the earth itself; record your thoughts; and design lesson plans for secondary ­students. Content is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for geography, which closely align

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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CI/SPED 810

3 Credits

Humor in the Classroom: Exploring Strategies to Make Teaching and Learning Fun INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Barbara Miller Sa 8:30am-3:30pm Apr 10, May 15 +online Tigard City Hall* Tigard A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

CI

K4349KG Graduate

COURSE #

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

SPED

^ Computer and Internet access are required. High-

K4353KG Graduate

Course #

speed Internet connection is highly recommended.

For registration call Barbara Miller at 541-344-3306, email explore@efn.org, or go to www.educational explorations.org.

Explore ways to hook students into learning through stories, anecdotes, and humor that are culturally sensitive and appropriate. Research shows that retention occurs through the use of emotion-based learning experiences. It is important for ideas, concepts, and strategies to stick in one’s mind. Competing with the influences of media exposure and working with students who tune out conventional learning are significant challenges. Learn ways to incorporate humor-based strategies into teaching in ways that make teaching and learning more fun than work. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Educational Explorations.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI/coun 410/810

2 Credits

Ignite the Spark: Discover What Lights You Up and Your Natural Ability to Achieve It INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Judy Clarke Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education P/NP Optional $290 Undergrad/$730 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

CI COURSE #

K4217KU Undergraduate K4217KG Graduate

COUN COURSE #

K4218KU Undergraduate K4218KG Graduate

For registration call Susan Clark at 503-977-0556, email susan@heartspark.com, or go to www.heartspark.com.

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Discover all-important strengths. Susan Clark and Brianna Booth of HeartSpark, LLC, teach you how to uncover your natural patterns of thought and action present in past successes and learn how an awareness of those patterns can bring even more success in the future. You set goals pertaining to career success and global contribution (i.e., environmental, social change) and experience how embracing your intrinsic success patterns can leverage your efforts. By focusing only on the successes, the experience is uplifting, self-affirming, and fun. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and HeartSpark, LLC.

CI/COUN 410/810

2 Credits

Ignite the Spark: Discover What Lights You Up and Your Natural Ability to Achieve It INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Judy Clarke FM 9am-5pm May 7, 14, 17 F 1-5pm May 21 +TBA Eastbank Commerce Center/ HeartSpark* Portland P/NP Optional $985 Undergrad/$985 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

CI COURSE #

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

For registration call Susan Clark at 503-977-0556, email susan@heartspark.com, or go to www.heartspark.com.

K4321KG Graduate Dan Stanton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

Learn how to develop lesson plans that ensure the successful learning of critical and creative thinking skills in your content area. Reproducible lesson plans and graphic organizers make this a reality. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI/coun/SPED 808

3 Credits

Instruction for Children Prenatally Affected by Drugs or Alcohol DATES LOCATION

COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Jeanette Soby Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $160 Grad $165 Grad

CI COURSE #

K4139KG Graduate

COUN COURSE #

Discover all-important strengths. You uncover your natural patterns of thought and action present in past successes and learn how an awareness of those patterns can bring even more success in the future. Set goals pertaining to career success and global contribution (e.g., environmental and social change) and experience how embracing your intrinsic success patterns can leverage your efforts. By focusing only on the successes, the experience is uplifting, life-affirming, and fun. Featured presenters are John Chapman and Susan Clark. Class size is limited to allow for individual attention and personalization. Maximum student-to-instructor ratio five to one. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and HeartSpark, LLC.

4 Credits

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

GRADE METHOD

K4216KU Undergraduate K4216KG Graduate

CI 810

Infusing Critical and Creative Thinking into Your Classroom

INSTRUCTOR

K4215KU Undergraduate K4215KG Graduate

COUN Course #

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K4141KG Graduate

SPED COURSE #

K4140KG Graduate

For registration call Jeanette Soby at 503-6634304 or email at sobyae@yahoo.com.

Understand the effect that prenatal drug or alcohol exposure has on the disabilities that some youngsters live with and adapt to, evident not only in cognitive and neuromotor function but also in aspects of adaptive behavior. The basic cognitive processes of learning point to practical instructional strategies of structure, repetition, and consistency—methods that help youngsters with these or similar disabilities to learn and to manage their personal conduct in educational and social environments. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Academic Exchange.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.


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CI 810

4 Credits

Issues in Restructuring Education COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4293KG Graduate Dan Stanton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn definitions and components of restructuring, stages of educational change, common obstacles to improvement efforts, effective problem-solving approaches, characteristics of successful change agents, and how to initiate change efforts. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Learning Styles: Teaching to the Differences Among Us COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4319KG Graduate Dan Stanton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Explore learning styles. Become familiar with an exciting and challenging way of understanding how people think and behave. Explore seven models of learning styles as they relate to assessment and evaluation, instructional methods, curriculum, teaching style, supervision and evaluation, and interpersonal relationships and communication. Then put learning-styles theory into educational practice. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Making a Difference: Classroom Instruction that Works COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4278KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Jackie Knapp Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $585 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Learn how to use nine powerful and practical instructional strategies that are effective with any student, at any grade level, in any subject area. Learn how to become a more effective teacher with guidance from the text Classroom Instruction that Works and the knowledgeable course instructors. Learn about both the research behind successful instruction and practical skills you can use right away. Our approach to online learning reflects the principles of all professional learning communities. The course includes interactive experiences among course participants and instructors through the course blog, reflective journaling, and assignments that encourage and guide you in implementing the nine strategies into your classroom instruction. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

More Teacher Time-Management Strategies COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4280KG Graduate Kristin Phillips-Rogers, Mary Mitchell Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Wish you had more time to spend with family and friends? Does your teaching take over your personal life? Do you feel as though your work is never done? Learning more teacher time-management strategies and the art of doing more with less can be

a pivotal turning point in your career. With the demands of parent communication, meeting individual student needs, creating engaging lesson plans, and managing behavior with increasing class sizes, teachers need to learn to become more efficient at what you do with the little time allowed. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Multiple Intelligences: Teaching Successfully to All Students COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4313KG Graduate Dan Stanton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad $15 materials fee payable to NW Teachers’ Learning Center

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn to engage the multiple intelligences in instruction. By listening to Howard ­Gardner and reading a text that translates his theory into practical application, students learn how to teach to and assess the eight different intelligences. Learn 20 to 30 ready-to-use generic teaching strategies for each intelligence. By the end of the course, students are able to design lesson plans and integrated units using the ­multiple intelligences. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Online Certificate

Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism A framework for understanding how to improve the social, cognitive, behavioral, and academic skills of students with AS/HFA. Spring 2010

ED 410/510  Circles of Support: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Related Disorders (3 credits) More information on page 62.

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CI 810

1 Credit

Optimal Brain Organization COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4212KG Graduate Carla Judge FSa 9am-5pm Apr 23, 24 +TBA Christ United Methodist Church* Portland A-F $295 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Carla Judge at 503-526-8795 or email cjeducate@comcast.net.

Learn to understand and appreciate your own uniqueness and the special way you function in the world. Discover how your brain-dominance profiles indicate your sensory and brain preferences, and their implications to learning and daily life activities. The educational kinesiology processes you learn offer the opportunity to access all sensory channels in order to use all modalities, bringing integration and full resources to new learning situations. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Carla Judge.

 Prerequisite: Brain Gym Training: Educational Kinesiology or equivalent.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Reading Portland: Narratives about a City COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4310KG Graduate John Trombold Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Reading Portland considers the significance of the concept of “place” in writing about a single location and authors’ writing on behalf of various purposes. Readings include diverse histories, memoirs, auto­ biographies, short stories, novels, and news stories that reveal the emergence of Portland. Gain an understanding of the human and cultural richness of the Portland urban setting with a place-based focus. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Teaching Personal Finance for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4375KG Graduate William Amos Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Now more than ever our country needs personal finance education. Unsustainable amounts of personal and public debt, an economy heavily reliant on consumer spending, and a general lack of individual awareness of financial matters has created a systemic crisis that threatens the future of our country. A renewed emphasis on educating our students in personal finance and economics is going to be necessary to put our country back on the track toward prosperity. Through reading, writing and the implementation of lesson plans, gain the tools you need to begin to integrate personal finance education into your teaching. This course will be based in part on the National Standards in K–12 Personal Finance Education as developed by the Jumpstart Coalition available at www. jumpstart.org/guide.html. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential academic learning requirements for U.S. history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI/SPED 810

3 Credits

Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Michael Sedler Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

CI COURSE #

K4253KG Graduate

SPED COURSE #

K4256KG Graduate

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

Provides a foundational understanding of violence and the motivational purposes behind aggression. The correlation with and impact of the media, community, and family upon violence will be investigated. The course teaches identification and intervention approaches for working with outof-control behaviors. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

^ Computer and Internet access are required for

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

this class.

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CI 810

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000 or XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

4 Credits

United States Government for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4303KG Graduate Eric McGuire Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

Reflect on foundations of U.S. government and democracy, record thoughts, and design lesson plans for secondary students. The course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for U.S. history, whose content closely aligns

2 Credits

Vision Circles: Whole Brain/Body Perceptual Awareness COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

CI 810

DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4214KG Graduate Carla Judge Th-Sa 9am-5pm May 13-15 +TBA Christ United Methodist Church* Portland A-F $425 Grad $110 Grad

For registration call Carla Judge at 503-526-8795 or email cjeducate@comcast.net.


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Develop the body’s natural gifts of perceptual and sensory awareness, exploring visual, auditory, kinesthetic, expressive, and cognitive abilities through experiential play and art. Learn 32 Vision Gym® movements and eight balance procedures, researchbased developmental movements, and ­natural vision improvement techniques. Explore eight circles of perception, making personal connections with each, and the effect stress has on the natural integration of our senses. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Carla Judge.

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CI/SPED 810

3 Credits

Working with Challenging Children in the Classroom INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Marilyn Hill Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

CI COURSE #

K4283KG Graduate

SPED COURSE #

K4284KG Graduate

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Today’s teachers are expected to be just as skilled in dealing with students’ social, emotional, and behavioral issues as they are in delivering curriculum. In this distancelearning class, examine strategies for motivating difficult students and promoting their problem-solving competency. Issues addressed include classroom management, attention deficit disorder, children experiencing loss, lack of social skills, promoting individual student resiliency, and forming partnerships with parents. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email required for this class.

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CI/COUN 408/808

Featured Cooperative Agency: Project NatureConnect COURSE FEES CREDIT FEES

$35 $55

For registration call Michael Cohen at 360-378-6313, email nature@interisland.net, or go to www.ecopsych.com.

The following Project NatureConnect courses are taught as distance education ­correspondence courses from March 29–June 12.

Counseling with Natural ­Attractions: A Hands-On ­Natural Sensory Awareness Trail for ­Environmental Educators and School Counselors CI COURSE # COUN COURSE #

K4411K K4412K

Increase your marketability, effectiveness, and global citizenship by educating and counseling with a readily accessible ­natural-systems thinking process.

Educating and Counseling with Nature, Introduction CI COURSE # COUN COURSE #

K4415K K4416K

Learn to promote social and environ­ mental responsibility by adapting unique nature-reconnecting methods and materials for your personal or ­professional use.

Educating and Counseling with Nature, Part I CI COURSE # COUN COURSE # fees

K4419K K4420K $64 materials fee

Learn new nature-reconnecting methods and materials that can reverse the estrangement between our culture and nature, and catalyze responsible relationships.

Educating and Counseling with Nature, Part II CI COURSE# COUN COURSE#

K4421K K4422K

Further your understanding of how ­Western civilization separates and estranges us from nature, and learn ­additional activities that can reverse this estrangement and catalyze responsible relationships.

Explore Nature’s Wisdom: Create Moments that Let Earth Teach CI COURSE # coun COURSE #

K4409K K4410K

Master the basics of teaching students to use art, poetry, and sensory-based activities to deepen the bonds between themselves and nature.

Natural Attractions, Intelligences, and Sanity CI COURSE # COUN COURSE # fees

K4413K K4414K $17 materials fee

Discover how to prevent contemporary society’s nature-separated thinking from deteriorating personal growth and responsible relationships.

Psychological Elements of Global Citizenship CI COURSE # COUN COURSE #

K4417K K4418K

Master counseling and educating with nature basics that enable people to ­benefit from thoughtful sensory contacts with their biological home.

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general ed u cation • H istory f or Edu cators

See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities!

History for Educators

Arts • Enriching Your Classroom with Art— You Can Do It! Computers and Technology • Photoshop Elements Online and PowerPoint for Educators • Teaching Online Using Moodle History for Educators • Lies My History Teacher Told Me: Alternative Interpretations to U.S. History • NW Native American Oral History and Cultural Arts K–12 Human Services • Poverty 101: Understanding Poverty Language Arts • Launching the K–2 Writing Workshop Special Education • Circles of Support: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Related Disorders • Reading and Dyslexia • Teaching Strategies for Students with Specialized Attention Spans (ADD/ADHD)

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4 Credits

Early North American History to the Civil War for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4324KG Graduate Matt Hiefield Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Based on readings, reflect on events and issues of early North American history from before Columbus to the Civil War, record thoughts, and design lesson plans for secondary students. Course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for U.S. history, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential academic learning requirements for U.S. history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Lies My History Teacher Told Me: Alternative Interpretations to U.S. History COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4318KG Graduate Matt Hiefield Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Take a close look at historiography and how history is created. Based on Lies My History Teacher Told Me by James Loewen and on other readings, this course investigates alternative approaches to teaching U.S. history. Loewen says that textbooks

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are boring and that they “exclude conflict or real suspense.” He also says that ­“startling errors in omission and distortion mar American histories.” Critically examine history textbook content—both what is present and what is absent from standard high school history texts. Compare and contrast historical interpretations and design lesson plans for secondary students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Multicultural Perspective of U.S. History COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4325KG Graduate Ayesha Freeman Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Using course readings, reflect on significant multicultural events and individuals from U.S. history, record your thoughts, and design lesson plans for secondary students. The course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline ­standards for U.S. history, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential academic learning requirements for U.S. history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.


history f or edu cators

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CI 810

1 Credit

NW Native American Oral History and Cultural Arts, K–12 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4346KG Graduate Larry McClure Sa 10am-4pm Apr 10 +TBA TBA - Off Campus A-F $100 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call Rose Highbear at 503-775-4014, email rosehb@wisdomoftheelders.org, or go to www.wisdomoftheelders.org.

Learn to use authentic Native American content to meet Oregon K–12 benchmarks in social studies, language arts, arts, and environmental science using multimedia and local resources. Choose among 160 online K–12 lessons focusing on the ­Chinook, Grand Ronde, Nez Perce, ­Umatilla, Yakima, and Warm Springs tribes. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and ­W isdom of the Elders.

 Need to have access to CD player.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Pacific Northwest History: A Secondary-Classroom Perspective COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4312KG Graduate Matt Hiefield Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

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INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4304KG Graduate Amit Kobrowski Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

essential academic learning requirements for history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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INSTRUCTOR

Based on course readings, reflect on the events and issues of American history from the Civil War to 2000, record thoughts, and design lesson plans for secondary students. The course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for U.S. history, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential academic learning requirements for U.S. history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

LOCATION

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Women’s History: Keys for Classroom Integration COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

PSU CREDIT FEE

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE

CI 810

4 Credits

World History for Educators

DATES

Using course readings, reflect on issues, events, and individuals in Pacific Northwest history; record thoughts; and design lesson plans for secondary students. The course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for U.S. history, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and Washington essential academic learning requirements for U.S. history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

this class.

4 Credits

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

LOCATION

^ Computer and Internet access are required for

CI 810

U.S. History from the Civil War to 2000 for Educators

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4299KG Graduate Gabor Muskat Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Reflect on foundations, cultures, events, people, and places of world history; record your thoughts; and design lesson plans for secondary students. The course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and ­Washington essential academic learning requirements for world history. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

K4300KG Graduate Amit Kobrowski Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn the achievements of famous and lesser-known women whose efforts have transformed their communities and countries. Through course readings and related activities, identify key figures, events, and themes in women’s history and design ­lesson plans for secondary students that introduce them to the female half of history. The course is based on the National Council for Social Studies’ discipline standards for history, whose content closely aligns with Oregon benchmarks and Washington

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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GRADED Summer Term

School Counseling

School counselors provide critical services in private and public schools at all levels. They are uniquely trained to address academic, personal/social, and developmental needs of all students. School counselors lead comprehensive guidance programs and provide services appropriate to the developmental stages of all students to maximize student achievement. Recent changes in TSPC’s licensure rules have resulted in increased graduate-level credit hours required for many licensed school counselors. This series of workshops, classes, and programs are designed to fulfill the additional requirements and offer opportunities for ongoing training for school counselors. For more information about School Counseling, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/schoolcounseling, email Kathy Lovrien, program manager, at lovrienk@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8165 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8165.

Related Course ED 410/510 Circles of Support: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Related Disorders page 62

COUN 507

1 Credit

Challenging Indifference: Creating Schools Where Boys Thrive COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES CERTIFICATION GRADED

82008 Graduate KC531-3WP1 Noncredit Howard Hiton TuW 8:30am-4pm Jun 22, 23 +TBA 8am check-in PSU 414 Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Optional $434 Grad/$230 Noncredit; $210 Noncredit if registered by Jun 8 12 hours Week 4

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COUN 507

1 Credit

From Government Cheese to PhDs: Strategies for Working with Students and Families in Poverty GRADED Summer Term COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES CERTIFICATION GRADED

81829 Graduate KC569-3WP1 Noncredit Mary Graham W 5:30-8:30pm Jun 16 Th 8:30am-4pm Jun 17 +TBA 5pm check-in Thu, Jun 16 PSU 414 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $434 Grad/$190 Noncredit; $175 Noncredit if registered by Jun 1 10 hours Week 4

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

Nationally and locally, boys make up two-thirds of those in special ed classes; they represent 70 percent of middle school and high school discipline referrals; and their declining rates of graduation and college attendance are cause for concern. Here is an opportunity for teachers, administrators, and counselors in elementary and middle schools to take the latest information on boys and create site-specific applications for their buildings. Particular emphasis will be paid to literacy (including handling humor and violence in boys’ ­writing), involving more men in schools, making classrooms more active, balancing competition with cooperation, and ­redirecting boys’ behavior. Sponsored by Portland State University.

The presenter will discuss her own background and experience as a lowincome, first-generation student, and how she was able to navigate the school system to obtain a PhD. Learn specific strategies school counselors and educators can use to assist students and families from poverty navigate school systems and overcome ­barriers to academic success. Pay particular attention to strategies for teaching students and families in poverty self-advocacy skills. Sponsored by Portland State University.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

Certification for the School Counseling series Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education. ACCBO approved.

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^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class


human services ^ U ~   COUN 507

Adoptions and Foster Care Certificate

Family-Based Therapeutic Strategies: Coaching Adoptive and Foster Parents

Advanced training in Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families • Workshops, online courses, case consultation

such as blended, kinship, and guardianship families. For therapists practicing in Oregon, a directory of mental health professionals who have completed this training certificate of completion is available from Oregon’s Department of Human Services, the Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center (ORPARC), Oregon licensed private adoption agencies, and the program Web site, www.ceed.pdx. edu/adoption.

• A postgraduate training certificate of completion The Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families program provides a series of advanced, evidence-based workshops and courses for mental health therapists and child welfare professionals. These workshops and courses focus on specialized theories and practices for:

COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES Certification

To save you time and money, we offer the convenience of distance learning. Not only do we have online courses, but we also video stream the face-to-face workshops and case consultations.

• Treating children in, or adopted from, the child welfare system who have histories of abuse, trauma, and neglect • Strengthening family systems • Enhancing parents’ and children’s resiliencies Through this program, mental health and child welfare professionals also develop new skills that work with nontraditional families,

For more information about the Adoptions and Foster Care Certificate, go to www.ceed. pdx.edu/adoption, email Marion Sharp, program manager, at sharpml@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4876 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4876.

a d o p t i o n s a n d f o s t e r c a r e ce r t i f i c at e c o u r se sc h e d u l e

*

F2F

Program Overview and Preparation Session (DVD) ***

Online

Sep

Nov

Central Elements of Preserving Placements

**

Jan

Feb

Mar

Impact of Abuse, Trauma, and Neglect on Child Neurodevelopment

May

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Often adopted and foster children exhibit behavioral challenges, learning disorders, and other special needs that defy traditional parenting techniques, tax educational and social services, and exact a toll on the child and family. Gain a detailed framework for understanding significant behavioral problems and relationship difficulties in specialneeds adoptions. Understand practical ways for mental health providers to consult with adoptive and foster parents on ­dealing with classic problems, such as food/eating disorders, lying, stealing, bedwetting, encopresis, sleep problems, anger outbursts, fire setting, and parentified behavior. Focus on understanding behavior problems in the context of the child’s ­history of past exposure to maltreatment and to dysfunctional family roles. Numerous case examples and illustrative interventions will be provided. Sponsored by Portland State University. and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

Promoting Positive Sexual Development Following Abuse

Clinical Practice with Diverse Adoptive and Foster Families

Family Based Therapeutic Strategies: Coaching Adoptive and Foster Families

Certification for the Certificate in Adoptions and Foster Care

* F2F = face-to-face (video streaming available) ** No classes during December *** Prior to first class meeting

65087 Graduate KC533-2CP1 Noncredit Doris Dodson, Toni Ferguson Apr 1-30 Distance Education A-F $434 Grad/$140 Noncredit 10 hours

^ For more information about the technology needed

Trauma and Dissociative Disorders: Assessment, Diagnosis, and Intervention

Putting Therapy into Practice (two-day class)

Apr

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and Other Drug Effects

Attachment and Bonding

Dec

Overview of Adoption and the Oregon Adoption System

Clinical Practice with Adoptive and Foster Families

Oct

1 Credit

Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education.

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1 Credit

Putting Adoption Therapy into Practice COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES CERTIFICATION

64093 Graduate KC534-2CP1 Noncredit Deborah Gray FSa 8:30am-5pm May 14, 15 +online 8am check-in PSU TBA A-F $434 Grad/$280 Noncredit 14 hours

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Learn best practices for professionals working with families raising children with many complicated issues. Apply the concepts and skills learned throughout the Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families program, including practical yet flexible ways to integrate children into their new families. The overlapping themes of grief and trauma are addressed: hypervigilance, avoidance of loss, and anger and guilt. Develop home and school approaches that encourage children to flourish even after trauma and neglect. Learn protocols for family-centered therapy for this specialty population, including the development and implementation of treatment plans. Adoptive and foster families need professionals who are thoroughly prepared and support them— not just through the placement/adoption process but also as the family grows. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

Behavioral Healthcare

Recent statewide policy initiatives (Senate Bill 267), emerging research, and new treatment philosophies in the fields of mental health and substance abuse have prompted a move among workers in behavioral health and social service settings to expand their training and expertise. This series is designed to respond to this exciting workforce demand. The Behavioral Healthcare series is designed around the core values of person-directed, recovery-oriented, evidence-based, and trauma-informed care. Participants learn core competencies and skill sets involving understanding and implementing evidencebased practices, strategies for interagency collaboration, delivering consumer- and family-centered care, and working as part of an interdisciplinary team. All sessions include hands-on application of approaches and are delivered by selected national and local experts. This series is targeted toward a wide audience consisting of behavioral healthcare providers, practitioners, administrators, and policymakers. Key disciplines include psychology, social work, counseling, education, vocational rehabilitation, psychiatry, and child welfare. For more information about Behavioral Healthcare, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/bh, email Kathy Lovrien, program manager, at lovrienk@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8165 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8165.

~  Noncredit Community Mental Health for Returning Veterans COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES CERTIFICATION

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

Enhance the care and adjustment of returning soldiers and their families by reviewing commonly occurring mental health problems and effective approaches to care. The overarching goal is to equip providers and other professionals with information needed to better identify and address combat-related mental health problems, enabling them to more effectively work with soldiers, their families, and members of systems they encounter. Presenters include Jim Boehnlein and other faculty of Portland Veteran’s Administration ­M edical Center and community ­providers. Sponsored by Portland State University in partnership with Portland VA Medical ­Center and VA Northwest Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center.

~ Noncredit Integrating Mental Health Treatment into Primary Care COURSE #

 Prerequisite: Must be licensed therapist or in

INSTRUCTOR

supervision to become a licensed therapist.

DATES

 This course is mandatory for therapists earning a

certificate but can be taken by other therapists. It is not open to child welfare professionals.

LOCATION

 It is recommended that at least five classes (three

FEES

workshops and two online courses) be completed prior to this class.

SPECIAL FEES

 Credit Section graded by Toni Ferguson. For complete

requirements, email Marion Sharp at shaprm@pdx.edu.

KC568-2WP1 Noncredit David Clarke F 8:30am-4pm Apr 23 8am check-in PSU 314 Graduate School of Education* Portland $130 Noncredit $115 Noncredit if registered by Apr 9

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

U It is recommended that this class be taken face-to-face to increase the opportunities for practice discussions. However, it is available via video streaming.

Certification for the Certificate in Behavioral Healthcare Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education.

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KC566-3WP1 Noncredit Jim Boehnlein 8:30am-4pm Jun 4 8am check-in 296/8 PSU Smith Memorial Student Union* Portland $75 Noncredit 6 hours

Over 50 percent of primary care outpatients suffer from physical symptoms caused by subtle, hidden, or unrecognized psychosocial stresses. Focus on techniques for uncovering these issues, their connection to illnesses, and their successful treatment. Use case simulations designed to develop empathy skills needed for resolving these challenging cases. ­Discuss options for structuring the practice environment to optimize success with these patients (including gaining the support of primary care clinicians). Sponsored by Portland State University.


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COUN 507

1 Credit

The Sanctuary Model: Creating a Context for Individual and Organizational Change COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES CERTIFICATION

Courses in clinical supervision are designed to prepare professionals who will be supervising other therapists for the challenges and demands of this complex relationship.

K4385KG Graduate KC567-2WP1 Noncredit Sandra Bloom ThF 8:30am-4pm May 13, 14 +TBA 8am check-in PSU University Place Multnomah Falls Room A-F; P/NP Optional $434 Grad/$230 Noncredit; $215 Noncredit if registered by May 6 12 hours

The five, 6-hour supervision courses as well as the 30-hour courses meet the training requirement for a clinical supervisor for licensed professional counselors and therapists or for licensed marriage and family therapists in Oregon. Our 6-hour workshops meet the training requirement of the State Board of Clinical Social Workers for LCSWs who want to supervise clinical social work associates (MSWs) seeking licensure.

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

The Sanctuary Model is an evidence- supported, trauma-informed method­ ology for creating or transforming an organizational culture so that it can provide a cohesive context within which healing from psychological and social traumatic experience can be addressed. The Sanctuary Model is presently being applied to adult inpatient and outpatient mental health ­settings; residential and acute care settings for children and adolescents; substance abuse programs for adults and children; schools; shelters for the homeless and ­survivors of domestic violence; and community- and school-based social service organizations, among others. Staff at all levels of these and other human ­service organizations will benefit from this training. This two-day seminar, given by the creator of Sanctuary, Dr. ­Sandra Bloom, provides an overview of the organizational “operating ­s ystem” that is the Sanctuary Model. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

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Clinical Supervision

The series covers the theory, skills, and legal and ethical issues in clinical supervision.

For more information about Clinical Supervision, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ supervis, email Kathy Lovrien, program manager, at lovrienk@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8165 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8165.

Clinic al Supervision c o u r se sc h e d u l e

HOURS

FALL

WINTER

SPRING SUMMER

• • •

Clinical Supervision

30

Supervision for Social Workers

6

Advanced Clinical Supervision

6

Organizational Chaos, 6 Individual Resilience

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Advanced Clinical Supervision: An Integrative Approach to Collaborative Practice COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES CERTIFICATION

KS202-2WP1 Noncredit Naomi Mandsager F 8:30am-4pm Apr 9 8am check-in PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland $130 Noncredit; $115 Noncredit if registered by Mar 27 6 hours

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

This advanced course is designed for clinical supervisors who identify as experienced counselors and therapists, and have received previous training in supervision. The course is based on an assumption of the need for ongoing supervision, particularly related to difficult psychotherapeutic issues. Clinical conceptualization of participant client cases, legal and ethical concerns, and holistic self-care are of primary focus. Employing the idea of “self as tool,” the structure of the class is founded on integrative psychodynamic principles, interpersonal neurobiology processes, and collaborative practice. Specifically, issues relevant to the therapeutic alliance, transference, and therapeutic impasse are addressed incorporating concepts of atune­ ment, alignment, resonance, and attachment. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Must be a licensed therapist eligible to provide supervision.

Ethics and Legal Issues in Clinical Supervision

6

Group Supervision

6

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

Certification for the Clinical Supervision series

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education.

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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KS046-2WP1 Noncredit Naomi Mandsager SaSu 8:30am-4pm Apr 10, 11, 17, 18 8am check-in PSU 314 Graduate School of Education* Portland $480 Noncredit; $440 Noncredit if registered by Mar 26 30 hours

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

Explore conceptual and empirical literature on counseling supervision, including models, approaches and techniques, relationship and process issues, and ethical and legal considerations. Gain conceptual knowledge, skills, and selfawareness concerning these areas through readings, seminar discussion, and application via praxis. Additionally, gain practical application skills to best apply clinical supervision principles and techniques to unique work settings. Sponsored by ­Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Must be a licensed therapist eligible to provide supervision.

 This course provides the clock hours of training

necessary to qualify as a licensed professional counselor and marriage and family clinical supervisor in Oregon. The course may also be used by LCSWs to satisfy the 6-hour training requirement for clinical social worker supervision.

 This is a noncredit workshop that can be taken for

~ Noncredit Ethics and Legal Issues in Clinical Supervision COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES CERTIFICATION

KC513-2WP1 Noncredit Douglas Querin F 8:30am-4pm May 7 8am check-in PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland $130 Noncredit; $115 Noncredit if registered by Apr 23 6 hours

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

Participate in a practical, realistic, and functional exploration of the ethical aspects of clinical supervision within the evolving mental health landscape of the 21st century. Focus on increasing awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the underlying principles of ethical analysis; the ethical and legal realities within the modern supervisory environment; the primary ethical challenges faced by mental health practitioners and clinical supervisors; the means by which super­visors can recognize and evaluate problematic ethical situations; and the skills, techniques, and practical tips available to avoid when possible, and manage when necessary, the ethical dilemmas and legal-related consequences that often arise within the context of clinical supervision. Sponsored by ­Portland State University.

~ Noncredit Group Supervision COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES CERTIFICATION

KS210-2WP1 Noncredit Lisa Aasheim F 8:30am-4pm Apr 16 8am check-in PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland $130 Noncredit; $115 Noncredit if registered by Apr 2 6 hours

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

Group supervision is a common mode of clinical supervision that requires group supervisors to have specialized skills and training to most effectively lead the process. Cover many of the unique skills and facilitative functions that create an optimal group supervision experience. Recognize roles and functions of each group member and use the collective personality of the group to best enhance client care. Examine the impact of countertransference, territorialism, and agency dynamics on the group process while providing exercises that reduce any harmful impact from these phenomena. Gain an experiential understanding of how to improve your supervision practice through lectures, ­discussions, practice rounds, and live ­demonstrations. Sponsored by Portland State University.

graduate credit. Contact Kathy Lovrien for more information at 503-725-8165 or lovrienk@pdx.edu.

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

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 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class


Human Services

Graduate Certificate in Addictions Counseling

This series of courses prepares participants for work with substance-abusing clients. The program is especially intended for mental health professionals in the community and graduate students in related fields to enable them to acquire training and education in science-based practice and to provide knowledge essential to working with this population. These courses provide educational requirements for the NBCC or NAADAC Master Addictions Counselor (MAC) credential or for NASW ATOD specialty certification. They also may be used toward CADC certification. Check with each certification body for its full requirements. The series provides: • An overview of the biological, psychological, and social dimensions of substance abuse and addictions • A basic understanding of the psychopharmacology of addictive substances • Knowledge and skills of assessment and goals • Various modalities of addictions treatment • An examination of ethical issues involved in addictions counseling • An overview of dual diagnosis of co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders The series includes seven 3-credit courses, six of which are required (18 credits) to earn a noncredit certificate of completion or the University-sanctioned Graduate Certificate in Addictions Counseling. For more information about the Graduate Certificate in Addictions Counseling, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/gcac, email Kathy Lovrien, program manager, at lovrienk@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8165 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8165.

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COUN 431/531

3 Credits

Foundations of Substance Abuse Counseling COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

CERTIFICATION

65122 Undergraduate 65123 Graduate KC293-2NP1 Noncredit Kelly Washam W 4-6:30pm Mar 31-Jun 2 PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad/ $480 Noncredit; $440 Noncredit if registered by Mar 15 30 hours

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Gain an overview of the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions of addictions and addictive behavior. Addictive behaviors are presented as part of a continuum of mental and emotional disorders. Emphasizes the biological substrate and development course of addictions, and the relationship of addictive behavior to common psychological disorders. Models and theories of addictive behavior that the professional counselor needs to understand when treating clients with addictive and co-occurring disorders are reviewed. Learn to: • Demonstrate an understanding of addiction as a chronic disease • Develop a basic understanding of the pharmacology of psychoactive substances • Identify major medical, psychological, social, and economic impacts of addiction • Understand the role and responsibilities of the counselor in substance abuse treatment • Identify treatment modalities for ­substance abuse and dependency

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COUN 533

3 Credits

Treatment of Substance Abuse I COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

CERTIFICATION

65124 Graduate KC289-2CP1 Noncredit Kelly Washam Th 4-6:30pm Apr 1-Jun 3 PSU 220 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $1102 Grad/$480 Noncredit; $440 Noncredit if registered by Mar 19 30 hours

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Focus on the development of the knowledge and skills of treatment planning and implementation. Review the various modalities of substance abuse treatment along with the efficacy and ­indications for use of each modality. Participants can expect to: • Develop the skill to establish treatment plans with clients that have measurable outcomes • Understand the range of treatment modalities and be able to construct and implement a treatment plan that is individualized to the client Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Coun 532 Assessment and Diagnosis of Substance Abuse, or instructor permission.

G RADUAT E C E RTI F I C AT E IN ADDI C TION S C OUN S E LIN G C OUR S E S C H E DUL E

CREDITS

FALL

WINTER SPRING SUMMER

Foundations of Substance Abuse Counseling

3

Assessment and Diagnosis of Substance Abuse

3

Treatment of Substance Abuse I

3

Certification for the Graduate ­Certificate in Addictions Counseling series

Treatment of Substance Abuse II

3

Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education. ACCBO approved.

Dual Diagnosis

3

Addictions Counseling Capstone

3

Sponsored by Portland State University.

 For undergraduate and graduate credit fees, check

the PSU Schedule of Classes online at www.sa.pdx. edu/soc.

Elective Current Issues

3

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Interpersonal Neurobiology Certificate

COURSE #

Interpersonal neurobiology examines the way the brain grows and is influenced by personal relationships. Recent studies have discovered that brain growth occurs throughout the lifespan. IPNB explores the potential for healing trauma by using positive and secure influences on the brain. Conditions once thought to be permanent now have bright potential for healing and growth. IPNB has broad applications that are useful for parenting, mental health, addictions, education, healthcare, business professionals, and more.

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Topics impacted by this new field include attachment, relationships, parenting, emotion and empathy, trauma, learning, and more. This certificate series explores many aspects of IPNB and extrapolates the implications for parenting, mental health, addictions, education (early childhood and K–12), healthcare, community development, and even world peace. Research strands from Dr. Siegel’s work are integrated with the work of other researchers and practitioners. Beyond the core curriculum, there are courses and workshops in a variety of interest areas. Local or distance options This program is structured to be accessible both locally and at a distance. Most courses are taught in three-day, face-to-face intensives and then completed online. The IPNB program uses video streaming to deliver the face-to-face portion of this class to distance participants directly to their computer. Archived video streams from the online portion of the class are also available. A reliable high-speed Internet connection is required. For more information about Interpersonal Neurobiology, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ipnb, email Marion Sharp, program manager, at sharpml@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4876 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4786.

3 Credits

65229 Graduate KC436-2CP1 Noncredit Karin Bausenbach, Rachel Cunliffe Hardesty, Marsha Graham F 8:30am-4pm Apr 9, 23 Sa 8:30am-4pm Apr 10 +online through May 10 8am check-in PSU TBA A-F $1102 Grad/$480 Noncredit; $440 Noncredit if registered by Mar 26 30 hours

INSTRUCTORS DATES

GRADE METHOD FEES

CERTIFICATION

 ~ Noncredit Secondary Trauma and How to Reconcile Its Impact

The Science of Interpersonal Neurobiology

Interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) is the newest topic in psychotherapy. Dan Siegel, MD, who coined the term, defines this as “an integrated framework for understanding how the brain gives rise to mental processes and is directly shaped by interpersonal experiences.”

The curriculum can be taken as individual continuing education workshops, as a continuing education certificate of completion, or for graduate credit.

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 U ~   COUN 510

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) represents an integration of various strands of theory and research crossing several disciplines. Play a vital role by learning to critique IPNB’s supporting science, theory, and research. Ground yourself in the relevancy of neurobiology and interpersonal neurobiology through further examination of introductory material and by delving into the supporting science. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Introduction to Interpersonal Neurobiology recommended.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu. Windows Media Player and a DSL or broadband connection are required.

U Video stream available. High-speed Internet connection required.

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES CERTIFICATION

KC495-2WP1 Noncredit Laura van Dernoot Lipsky F 8:30am-4pm Apr 23 8am check-in PSU TBA $130 Noncredit; $115 Noncredit if registered by Apr 9 6 hours

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

Do you wake up in the middle of the night worrying about your clients? Do you ever feel like you’re taking on the world single-handedly—and losing? That sense of weight on your shoulders may be secondary trauma. Lipsky takes a holistic approach to caring for others and ourselves that combines the age-old wisdom of ­traditions with systematic oppression and liberation theory and cutting-edge contemporary research on the neurophysiology of trauma. Drawing from her book, Trauma Stewardship: An Everyday Guide To Caring for Self While Caring for Others, she helps us reconcile what we experience in our work and the world around us in a way that is compassionate, honest, accountable, and sustainable. While respecting the seriousness of the issues at hand, this path incorporates humor and a profound sense of hopefulness. She invites us to reinvent how we approach caring for others and ourselves. Relevant for people working in mental health, healthcare, education, social work, criminal justice, conflict resolution, public safety, and many other fields. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Video stream available. High-speed Internet connection required.

interpersonal neurobiology C o u r se S c h e d u l e

CREDITS

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

Intro to IPNB

3

The Science of IPNB

3

Ethics of IPNB

1

Integrative Seminar

3

Mental Health/ Addictions

3

Adult Relationships

3

Education

3

Criminal Justice

3

Work I, II, III

1

Brain-Wise I, II, III

1

SUMMER

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For more information about video streaming or distance education for Interpersonal ­N eurobiology classes, contact Marion Sharp at sharpml@pdx.edu.

Certification for the Certificate in Interpersonal Neurobiology

• •

• •

• •

Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education.


Human Services

 U ~   COUN 510

3 Credits

Interpersonal Neurobiology Applications: Mental Health and Addictions COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

CERTIFICATION

65230 Graduate KC432-2CP1 Noncredit Gregory Crosby F-Su 8:30am-4pm Apr 30-May 2 +online through May 31 8am check-in PSU TBA A-F $1102 Grad/$480 Noncredit; $440 Noncredit if registered by Apr 16 30 hours

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Explore how interpersonal neuro- biology (IPNB) can be used as a framework to reflect on and enhance therapeutic bonding, empathy, memory, and attachment. Practice using IPNB in therapy through matching learning styles to therapeutic interventions, facilitating growth, and navigating setbacks. Enhance the understanding of the dynamics of addiction and mental health problems and examine how individual, family, and group therapy can hinder or enhance the therapeutic process. Special attention is given to: • The deep limbic system, mirror neurons, and the orbitofrontal lobe • Coherence and life history narratives • Defense mechanisms and brain functions • The interplay of stress on addiction and mental health problems • The role of mindsight in the therapy process This class is a combination of lecture, video, discussion, and exercises and includes continued discussion and learning online to better integrate this new material into your practice. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Introduction to Interpersonal Neurobiology recommended.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.  Video stream available. High-speed Internet connection required.

U For more information about the technology needed

and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu. Windows Media Player and a DSL or broadband connection are required.

 U ~   COUN 507

1 Credit

Interpersonal Neurobiology at Work III: Mindsight in Leadership, Relationships, Results, and Resilience COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES CERTIFICATION

65228 Graduate KC572-2WP1 Noncredit Debra Pearce-McCall F 9am-4:30pm May 7 8:30am check-in +online through May 31 PSU TBA A-F $434 Grad/$190 Noncredit; $175 Noncredit if registered by Apr 23 10 hours

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

 U ~  COUN 507

1 Credit

Being a Brain-Wise Practitioner III: States, Traits, and Neuroplasticity COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES CERTIFICATION

65227 Graduate KC571-2WP1 Noncredit Bonnie Badenoch F 8:30am-4pm May 21 8am check-in +online through June 12 PSU TBA A-F $434 Grad/$190 Noncredit; $175 Noncredit if registered by May 7 10 hours

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

 Part three of a three-part series. Part I is offered fall

The new neuroscience provides a transformative perspective on how we understand one another, how we relate in small and large groups, and how we can be part of creating a more awake and compassionate world. Interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB), developed by Daniel J. Siegel, UCLA, focuses on how we shape each other’s brains through the quality of our relationships. This series provides an understanding of how early attachment patterns shape the brain and mind, practical ways to apply IPNB in your work and personal life, and a deepened personal understanding and experience of your internal world and how it shapes your external experiences. All classes foster application, providing a useful toolkit for home and office. In Part III, learn about changing patterns (states, traits, sense of self) through neuroplasticity— the changing of neurons, their connections, and their functions. Neuroplasticity occurs through new experiences. Through relational encounters, neural firings occur and begin to wire in states of mind. When repeated with emotional intensity, they combine with temperament and genetic factors to become our traits, our sense of self. Tending to wire in pairs (e.g., an angry parent with a frightened child or a playful parent with a joyous child), we also wire in the state of mind of the other person, such that the thought of one may bring on the experience as well. Learn to create new experiences that change these patterns, replacing hurt with healing. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Introduction to Interpersonal

 Video stream available. High-speed Internet

This series focuses the IPNB lens on the world of the workplace. Through daylong workshops, Web class readings, online conversation, and self-directed study and application, explore the social brain and identify ways to maximize the connections among colleagues’ minds and brains that can create healthier workplaces. Use IPNB to help businesses be accountable to the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit, and develop practical applications for training and content development, leadership and team skills, and internal/ external organizational consulting. Bring this material into practice in your own settings by participating actively in the online portion of the class. In Part III, apply the perspective of interpersonal neurobiology to increasing results and resilience in organizations and leaders. Explore how mindsight, the social brain, and the nine types of integration impact resilience and promote healthy workplaces, and how that is reflected in the ethics of the organization and the economic, environmental, and social bottom lines. Develop a corporate ethics/accountability statement that reports best practices and outcomes across the ­triple bottom line and reflects the ­perspective of IPNB. Continue in-depth conversations about translating IPNB ­principles into action in the workplace. Sponsored by Portland State University. term and Part II in winter term.

Neurobiology at Work I or II highly recommended.

connection required.

 Video stream available. High-speed Internet connection required.

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Other Human Services Offerings

Issues and Innovations in Mental Health Counseling

This series of seminars is designed to address innovations and challenges in the mental health and human service professions. The seminars provide an opportunity to build clinical skills, resolve difficult issues, and increase knowledge of research in the mental health field. For more information about Issues and Innovations in Mental Health Counseling, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/menthealth, email Kathy Lovrien, program manager, at lovrienk@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8165 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8165.

~ Noncredit Ethical Decision Making for Clinicians COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES CERTIFICATION

KC565-2WP1 Noncredit Kathleen McLaughlin F 8:30am-4pm Apr 16 8am check-in PSU 414 Graduate School of Education* Portland $130 Noncredit; $115 Noncredit if registered by Apr 2 6 hours

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

In the midst of new, complex, and sometimes conflicting professional codes of ethics, Oregon Administrative Rules, and revised statutes, mental health professionals may face ethical dilemmas and difficult clinical decisions. Through an exploration of ethical theory and professional codes, develop an ethical decisionmaking process based on your core values while managing risk. Case examples focus discussion on issues such as confidentiality, informed consent, dual relationships, and boundary violations. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 

COUN 410/810

3 Credits

Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4241KG Graduate Joan Halverstadt Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

This is an interactive, computer-based course designed to help you identify and effectively teach students affected by child abuse or neglect. A major emphasis is on helping the participant understand the special learning needs of the abused or neglected child and how to meet those needs in the regular classroom. Working with parents and community agencies is also emphasized. Learn to: • Understand the educator’s role in ­protecting and supporting abused or neglected students • Recognize the symptoms of child abuse and neglect • Gain techniques for supporting students and families affected by abuse or neglect • Intervene appropriately in the classroom setting Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000 or XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

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COUN 810

1 Credit

Creating a Sustainable Future: Integrating Wellness and Environmental Education COURSE # INSTRUCTORs DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4359KG Graduate Lynea Gillen, Kim Wilson SaSu 9am-4pm Apr 10, 11 +TBA Still Moving Yoga* Portland A-F $215 Grad $55 Grad

Register online at www.yogacalm.org, call Jim Gillen at 503-977-0944, or email registration@ yogacalm.org.

From the air we breathe to the food we eat to the exercise and solace we find in nature, our personal wellness is inextricably linked to the health of our environment. National studies have shown that the experiential and conceptual use of environmental education as an integrating concept improves student health and learning in math, ­science, social studies, and language arts. This course demonstrates how Yoga Calm ® and environmental education activities can be used to develop high interest, interdisciplinary lessons that meet and support K–8 health, science, and physical education standards and curricula. Yoga Calm® is appropriate for all ages and abilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Still Moving Yoga, LLC.

See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities! Early Childhood • An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health General Education • An Integrated Approach to Wellness 2: Physical Connections to Learning • An Integrated Approach to Wellness 3: Social and Emotional Connections to Learning • An Integrated Approach to Wellness 4: Application of Wellness Principles

Certification for the Issues and ­Innovations in Mental Health Counseling series Approved by the PSU Graduate School of Education for continuing education units. Receive certificate of completion or NBCC clock-hour verification. May be used toward Oregon and Washington counseling or social work continuing education. May also be appropriate for meeting Oregon psychology continuing education.

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

• Harassment, Bullying, and Cyber-Intimidation in Schools • Instruction for Children Prenatally Affected by Drugs or Alcohol Special Education • Disabilities: A Medical Primer


Human Services

 

COUN 810

3 Credits

Drugs and Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use and Abuse COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4242KG Graduate Peggy Rapp Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

Addiction is defined as a biopsychosocial disease. Explore these elements individually and discuss their interactions and impact on the substance-abusing person. Process the information further in order to more readily translate it into practical application in the classroom. Look at the history of drugs and alcohol in society and what ­current societal perceptions prevail. Examine what happens to basic physiology when chemicals are introduced. Explore how chemical use progresses into addiction and the evolution of addiction as a disease. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education ­Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000 or XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Poverty 101: Understanding Poverty COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4221KG Graduate Debra Hornibrook Hehr, Kimberly Burdon Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education P/NP Optional $427 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-590-4599, email support@ combarriers.com, or go to www.combarriers.com.

Poverty 101 is an expanded presentation of Dr. Donna M. Beegle’s work addressing poverty. Dr. Beegle’s work provides a unique insider perspective on poverty combined with 18 years of research and work on what works to break poverty barriers. The course is grounded in both the theories of education and communication. Currently, the number one source for education on poverty in America is the media. Move beyond stereotypes and examine poverty as a complex phenomena experienced by individuals and created through the interaction of individuals within social systems. Insights are provided from the point of view of individuals experiencing poverty, and an introductory understanding of how social systems often support and perpetuate poverty. You will want to take this course if you are an educator, healthcare professional, social worker, justice professional, or someone who wants to make a real impact for people living in poverty. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Communication Across ­Barriers, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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 

COUN 410/810

3 Credits

Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma, and Violence on Student Learning COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4250KU Undergraduate K4250KG Graduate Joan Halverstadt Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad $165 Undergrad/$165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

This course is designed to help classroom teachers, school counselors, and other educational personnel gain strategies to reach and teach students who have been affected by stress, trauma, or violence. Learn the signs and symptoms of stress and trauma. Explore how stress, violence, and trauma affect a student’s learning, cognitive brain development, and social-emotional development. Learn the dynamics of domestic and community violence. Discuss the educator’s role in the intervention and prevention of violence. The course is divided into four modules, each addressing a particular topic of stress, trauma, or ­violence. Participants must complete an examination covering each module before proceeding to the next. This course is appropriate for educators working with children aged 3-18 and for those who work directly with families. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000 or XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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Language Arts

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ReadOregon Online Reading Endorsement

The ReadOregon program is a collaboration of five universities in the Oregon University System. The goal of the program is to improve the reading abilities of students in Oregon’s schools. ReadOregon modules and courses are designed to be used toward a reading specialist endorsement, a concentration in a master’s degree program, and/or a component of professional development in the content area of literacy. The program consists of two collaborative distance education programs available to teachers statewide: • Reading Specialist Program—graduatelevel, distance-delivered, 24-credit reading specialist endorsement program • Literacy Education Course of Study— graduate-level, distance-delivered, 12-credit literacy education certificate of completion for general classroom teachers Please visit the Oregon University System’s ReadOregon Web site for specific information about the program, www.readoregon.org. For more information about specific Portland State University ReadOregon courses and admission procedures to the Reading Specialist Program, and for faculty advising if PSU is your home institution, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/readoregon. Portland State University uses Blackboard for its ReadOregon online courses. Students will need an Odin account for network access. If you do not have a PSU Odin account, please register at least two weeks before the class starts and email katagiri@pdx.edu. For more information about ReadOregon go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/readoregon, email Val Katagiri, program manager, at katagiri@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-9786 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 9786.

3 Credits

Boy Readers /Boy Writers COURSE #

CI 510

INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65102 Graduate Kimberly Skach Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $990 Grad

You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

GRADE METHOD FEES

65092 Undergraduate 65093 Graduate Barbara Ruben W 4-6:30pm Mar 31-Jun 11 +online (or fully online option) Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

Boy readers and boy writers can be guided to love the story experience through books and personal writing. Boys’ passion for nonfiction and informational text can be promoted and encouraged in literacy settings. Update your current knowledge on gender differences in brain structure and learning preferences. Examine cultural expectations that contribute to boys’ attitudes toward the written word. Refine your teaching practices to allow boys appropriate choices and chances at success. Familiarize yourself with literature favored by boys, including Web sites that can guide you through selection. Sponsored by Portland State University.

Analyze and study contemporary children’s and young adult literature as well as trends and styles in modern literature. Course includes picture books, fiction, and nonfiction featuring contemporary authors and illustrators. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Pending Approval as READ 533.

 You may take this course fully online by registering

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

 Prerequisite: Lib 428/528 Children’s Literature, K–5.  Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in

the Library Media Master’s Degree, Library Media Graduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, and the ReadOregon Endorsement program. and then emailing katagiri@pdx.edu.

^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

^ U ~ LIB 428/528 Children’s Literature, K–5 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

3 Credits

64085 Undergraduate 64086 Graduate Dolores Johnston Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

Become familiar with materials for grades K–5, including traditional genres such as picture books, traditional tales, modern realism, romance, adventure, mystery, ­historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, biography, poetry, and nonfiction. Study literature illustrating cultural diversity. Learn about resources for selection and about awards and honors. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite for Graduate Teacher Education Program and Library Media endorsement.

 Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in the ReadOregon endorsement program.

^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

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3 Credits

Contemporary Children’s and Young Adult Literature

LOCATION

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

~ Online registration available

 U ~ LIB 410/592

^ U ~ LIB 433/533

3 Credits

Global Literature, K–12 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64091 Undergraduate 64092 Graduate Reba Parker Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

A survey of global literature for use with students in elementary, middle, or high school classrooms. A major focus is on selecting reading materials and using them in the library and classroom. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in ReadOregon Endorsement program.

^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.


language arts

^U ~ READ 519

3 Credits

Language Study for Teachers, K–12 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65078 Graduate Margaret St. Pierre-Graves Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education P/NP Optional $990 Grad

Learn how to:

Sponsored by Portland State University. ^ For more information about the technology needed

^ U ~ READ 509

• Phonetics and phonology • Morphology • Syntax • Semantics • Pragmatics and language use in society • Classroom discourse

COURSE #

^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

^ U ~ READ 582

3 Credits

Reading Leadership in Middle and High Schools COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64090 Graduate Betty McEady Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $990 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Learn to increase reading achievement at your school. In partnership with the Oregon Department of Education and ReadOregon, this course was developed by national reading expert Dr. Susan Lenski from Portland State University.

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

GRADE METHOD

3 Credits

Practicum: ReadOregon INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64087 Graduate M. Carrol Tama Mar 29-Jun 12 +practicum hours Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education P/NP Only $990 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Work directly with students, faculty, administrators, and the school community to fulfill various roles of the reading specialist. Among the roles to be demonstrated are: • Teaching reading • Testing literacy • Developing curriculum for various groups of readers, including ELL, struggling readers, average, and/or gifted readers • Assessing and making recommendations for a school’s reading program • Developing literacy-focused professional development sessions for faculty, administrators, instructional assistants, and parents

CI 810

4 Credits

Adolescent Literature: Middle to High School Levels

LOCATION

Obtain foundational knowledge in linguistics important to literacy teachers. Topics include fundamentals in:

As teachers, you gain important knowledge in the above areas to facilitate your instructional planning and delivery in phonetics instruction, vocabulary development, ­sentence structure, word meaning and choice in comprehension, questioning strategies, and textual structures. Extend your knowledge of teaching reading for culturally diverse students and deepen your understanding of language acquisition. Sponsored by Portland State University.

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and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Other Language Arts Offerings

• Build on your school’s existing strengths • Identify strategies for instructional improvement • Find out what works in middle and high school reading programs • Create an action plan tailored for your school

COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4327KG Graduate John Trombold Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn the powerful role the world of print plays in understanding ourselves and the world. Literature enables adolescents and others to discern meaning in life and its experiences, explore language and ideas, be entertained and informed, and dialogue with others about the written word. Emphasis is on history of the discipline, issues of adolescent development and young adult literature, literary genres, and instructional implications. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: 12 credits of completed ReadOregon

courses in required areas. If you have an initial teaching license, it is strongly recommended that you complete 21 credits of ReadOregon courses before taking the practicum.

 Practicum application required at least one term in advance: www.ceed.pdx.edu/readoregon/ practicum_signup.php.

^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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CI 810

4 Credits

American Literature for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4328KG Graduate John Trombold Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn about American literature from its inception to the present day and techniques for teaching contemporary American literature to adolescents. Become acquainted with selected significant literary works in a variety of genres from the last 200 years. Explore the teaching of American literature in active, dynamic ways. When taught effectively, literature enables adolescents and others to discern meaning in life and its experiences; explore cultures, language, and ideas; be entertained and informed; understand themselves, others, and the world; and dialogue about the written word. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

CI 810

1 Credit

Authors! Authors! Authors! Series 21C COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4258KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Tu 6-9:30pm Apr 13, May 11 +TBA Marylhurst University* Marylhurst A-F $240 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

For the 21st year, nationally recognized authors and illustrators of popular ­children’s books share ways to use their books to motivate children from diverse populations in the reading-writing classroom. Featured speakers bring their unique insights into the writing, illustrating, and publishing process as well as a personal look into their backgrounds. A balanced and integrated approach to teaching reading that supports literacy development for students of all abilities will be shared. Designed for K–8 teachers and media specialists. Presenters include: Jane Yolen, the “Hans Christian Andersen of America,” is an author and editor of almost 300 books that include folklore, fantasy, science fiction, and poetry. She wrote Owl Moon and The Emperor and the Kite, both Cladecott Medal ­winners, as well as the Commander Toad series, How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight, The Devil’s Arithmetic, and Here’s A Little Poem: A Very First Book of Poetry. Jane lives in Massachusetts and Scotland. www.janeyolen.com  Apr 13 Henry Cole, illustrator, author, and ­former teacher. He authored Some Smug Slug, Jack’s Garden, On Meadowview Street, Boston Tea Party, Bad Boys Get Henpecked, Jack and Jill’s Treehouse, Chicken Butt, Oink?, and Shiver Me ­Letters. Henry lives in Florida. www.henrycole.net  May 11

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details  = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

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= Cooperative class

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CI 810

4 Credits

British Literature for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4294KG Graduate John Trombold Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

British literature has a rich and expansive history. It includes masterpieces from numerous genres, such as the novel, short story, epic and lyric poetry, essay, literary criticism, and drama. Receive a chronologically oriented study of key texts for an introduction to works that led to the development of American and British literature. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Child and Adolescent Literature for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4332KG Graduate Patrick Webb Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn the powerful role stories play in understanding ourselves and our world. Literature enables children to discern meaning in their lives, explore language, ponder ideas and experiences, be entertained and informed, and dialogue with other readers about meanings of the written word. Emphasis is on three broad dimensions of children’s literature: history of the discipline, issues of child development and children’s literature, and instructional implications and field-based experience. Applicable for teachers of intermediate through middle school students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.


Language A rts

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CI 810

3 Credits

Children’s Books: Curriculum Connections COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4261KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

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^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE

Learn to bring all areas of the curriculum to life through the wonderful world of ­children’s literature. With technology as an educational tool, making interdisciplinary links has never been easier. Become familiar with incredible Internet sites and research opportunities—all done at your own pace. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Children’s Books: Folk and Fairy Tales, Fables and More COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4262KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

3 Credits

Children’s Books Old and New: Authors and Illustrators, Too

DATES

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

CI 810

PSU CREDIT FEE

K4263KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

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Every year hundreds of children’s books are published. Learn how to choose the best of these books, add them to existing literature, and embellish your reading program. Learn more about the writers and illustrators of quality literature and how to share their books with children. Gain knowledge of outstanding Web sites as well as ­accessing free resources related to books. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Creating a Poetry-Friendly Classroom COURSE #

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

INSTRUCTORS

Hundreds of outstanding books relating to folk tales, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, fables, myths, and legends are available for use in the elementary classroom. This distance class will familiarize you with a variety of these offerings and how to use them to create a successful literature-rich environment in which students are actively engaged. Learn how to present these books in the classroom by designing lessons and projects to incorporate into your existing curriculum. At your own pace you will explore new and old folk and fairy tales, nursery rhymes, fables, legends, myths and their related Web sites, and current trends for getting your children to love reading. Offered cooperatively by Portland State

LOCATION

DATES

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4265KG Graduate Kristin Phillips-Rogers, Mary Mitchell Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

CI 810

3 Credits

Developing a Reading Workshop Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

K4268KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Jackie Knapp Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Discover a mix of instructional components to incorporate into your reading workshop classroom. Learn practical instructional strategies and procedures that support ­students while they gain reading independence. Structure your day to allow more time for student exploration of literacy and discuss how to put students at the center of literacy learning, as well as how to shape instruction to support your learner’s diverse needs in the classroom. Develop a community of lifelong readers using the workshop approach, no matter their experience level. Employ instructional strategies during reading instruction that connect student learning to their independent reading. Move from just teaching reading to developing readers! Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Bring enthusiasm and excitement to your classroom through poetry! Learn many ways of incorporating poetry into the K–6 classroom while nurturing the poet inside every child. Learn how to cover a multitude of state standards through poetry lessons that engage children regardless of whether they are struggling or gifted writers.

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lang uag e arts

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CI 810

3 Credits

Developing Students’ Language and Communication Skills COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4340KG Graduate Shawn Jenkins Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn a range of communication concepts and processes and appropriate pedagogy for teaching communication in K–8 classrooms. Achieve two broad course outcomes: the knowledge and ability to teach diverse students communication skills appropriate for numerous audiences, and the knowledge and ability to respond to the impact of race, gender, language diversity, and social influences on communication. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for

CI 810

2 Credits

Expository Writing Exposed COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4344KG Graduate Linda Vanderford F 5-9pm Apr 16, May 14 Sa 8:30am-3:30pm Apr 17, May 15 +TBA Studio PIZZAZZ in Mountain Park Plaza* Lake Oswego A-F $375 Grad $110 Grad $30 materials fee payable to The Vanderford Company

CI 810

3 Credits

Essentials of Writing Instruction COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4271KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Jackie Knapp Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Bring joy back into teaching while discovering ways to organize and implement strong writing curriculum essentials into everyday practice, no matter your experience. Save time by learning practical, research-based strategies which can immediately be implemented in your classroom. Adapt the ideas presented to fit your particular school, ­students, beliefs, and context. Designed for all teachers K–12, pre-service, first-year, and experienced. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

Move beyond boring research reports to examine the range of possibilities expository writing provides. Learn how this mode can be the most exciting and rewarding for struggling writers. Help students select appropriate topics, focus on audience, and set authentic purposes for writing. Lessons will engage students throughout the entire writing process. Numerous publishing ideas provide the motivation and enable all students to experience success. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Vanderford Company.

GRADE METHOD

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CI 810

3 Credits

Gift of Words: Enriching Students’ Vocabulary COURSE # INSTRUCTORs DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4273KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Kristin PhillipsRogers Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Explore a variety of ways to enrich your students’ vocabulary while establishing a classroom community of enthusiastic readers and writers. Work with the required text, The Word-Conscious Classroom: Building the Vocabulary Readers and Writers Need by Judith A. Scott, Bonnie J. ­Skobel, and Jan Wells. The methods and strategies discussed include ways to effectively promote more sophisticated and purposeful vocabulary usage in students with diverse backgrounds and abilities. Through daily scaffolding and infusion of vocabulary exposure, activities, games, and literature

CI 810

1 Credit

Hands-on Literature

For registration call Linda Vanderford at 503-6994978, or email lindavanderford@msn.com.

this class.

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discussions, students quickly build up their bank of language and learn to appreciate and adapt authors’ gifts of words to their writings and book discussions. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

LOCATION

COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4274KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $235 Grad $55 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Hundreds of outstanding books, awardwinners and beloved favorites, are available for use in the elementary classroom. This distance class will familiarize you with a variety of books that may be used to create a successful literature-rich environment in which students are actively engaged. Learn how to present these books in the classroom by designing lessons and projects to incorporate into your existing curriculum. At your own pace explore Web sites, new children’s literature, and current trends for getting your children to love reading. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Language for Learning: The Power of Words COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4275KG Graduate Ashley Smith Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Language is a powerful teaching tool. Teachers can use more skillful language in order to help their students succeed. Learn


language arts

how to ask questions that promote deeper thinking. Learn research-based approaches to giving clear instructions and meaningful encouragement. Work at your own pace in this distance-learning course, including completing reading assignments from The Power of Our Words: Teacher Language That Helps Children Learn. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Launching the K–2 Writing Workshop COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4276KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Develop a deeper understanding of ­managing a classroom writing workshop as you immerse yourself in the works of Lucy Calkins and the Writing Project from Columbia University. Read, reflect, and grow as a teacher of writers, grades K–2, through study of this comprehensive overview of the processes and structures of a writing workshop. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Launching the Writing Workshop in the Middle Grades COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4277KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Develop a deeper understanding of ­managing a classroom writing workshop as you immerse yourself in the works of

Lucy Calkins and the Writing Project from Columbia University. Read, reflect, and grow as a teacher of writers, grades 3–6, through study of this comprehensive overview of the processes and the structures of a writing workshop. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

4 Credits

Literature Circles: Reading Successfully in the Intermediate Grades COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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DATES

K4316KG Graduate Sheri Polito Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4315KG Graduate Sheri Polito Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

Expand your content knowledge and improve the mechanics of your writing in a user-friendly fashion. Fine-tune your skills in writing mechanics and consider ways to teach such content to secondary-level ­students. Also, gain clarity about writing conventions, manuscript preparation, and ways to reduce bias in language usage. By the end of this course, you will have increased your background knowledge of writing conventions and identified curricular topics appropriate for instruction to secondary students. Applicable for middle through high school. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW ­Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD

SPECIAL FEES

4 Credits

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

CI 810

4 Credits

^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Literature-Based Writing

PSU CREDIT FEE

CI 810

Mechanics of Writing for the K–12 Classroom INSTRUCTOR

Learn the principles of literature circles and how to implement them successfully in your classroom or small group. Learn exciting reading strategies and ready-to-use techniques to help students reach state standards and become lifelong readers. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

COURSE FEE

COURSE #

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

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traits and apply them to their writing. Applicable from third grade to college. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

K4317KG Graduate Bruce Hansen Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad $30 materials fee payable to NW Teachers’ Learning Center

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn how to teach your students to write well by imitating certain aspects of great authors. Your students will analyze an author’s technique using analytical writing

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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CI 810

4 Credits

Multicultural Literature for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4314KG Graduate John Trombold Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn numerous dimensions of multicultural literature and ways to teach this literature to adolescents. Explore the teaching of multicultural literature (or any other form of literature) in active, dynamic ways, including integrating multiculturalism across the curriculum. For purposes of this course, multicultural literature is perceived primarily as a search for identity—a developmental challenge many adolescents are negotiating. Examine the ways individuals define themselves through differences such as skin color, religious beliefs, gender, ­cultural practices, and through similarities such as feelings, relationships, or life goals. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Reading Fundamentals: An Introduction to Scientifically Based Research COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4246KG Graduate Mick Jackson Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

This is the first in a three-course series on effective reading instruction, designed to give background on Reading First as it applies to the No Child Left Behind federal legislation. Analyze scientifically based research as it applies to phonetically based instruction, assessment, and evaluation. Explore myths and misconceptions con-

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cerning reading instruction and remediation. Improve your knowledge of science and the scientific process to assist you in evaluating the effectiveness of your current reading program and become a better advocate for your students. This computerbased instruction course is a self-supporting program that provides instruction, structured practice, and evaluation on your home or school computer. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and ­V irtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Reading Fundamentals: Laying the Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4247KG Graduate Mick Jackson Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

The purpose of this second of three courses is to lay the foundation for effective reading instruction. Learn about the elements of effective instruction. It is important that all teachers have a firm understanding of effective instructional procedures. Teachers and students benefit in terms of both their behavior and their academic performance. Learn about the importance of reading instruction and read some sobering statistics on reading performance in this country and what happens when individuals are not proficient in reading. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education ­Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

 

CI 810

4 Credits

Reading Fundamentals: The Elements of Effective Reading Instruction and Assessment COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4248KG Graduate Mick Jackson Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

The third of three courses focuses on learning to read, reading to learn, and an introduction to reading assessment. As part of these two key areas of reading instruction, the five elements of effective reading instruction are highlighted, including ­definitions, implications for instruction, and future directions. These five elements include instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and text ­comprehension. Discuss information on teacher preparation in learning about ­ comprehension-strategy instruction and reading instruction, as well as how to integrate computer technology into the classroom. Learn how teachers can conduct pivotal curriculum-based measurement procedures in their classrooms. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.


Language A rts

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CI 810

4 Credits

Solving Reading Problems, Levels Middle to High School COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4307KG Graduate Sheri Polito Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

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CI 810

4 Credits

Story Writing Using Science Concepts and Reading Strategies COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4306KG Graduate Heidi Sobtka Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

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CI 810

3 Credits

Structure of Language for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4305KG Graduate Shawn Jenkins Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn research-based principles and practices for strengthening the reading skills of adolescents. This course emerged from the professor’s 10 years of teaching in public junior and senior high schools, her tutoring of disenfranchised and traumatized youth, and her abiding belief that all students, and society as a whole, benefit from advanced literacy skills. It addresses the needs of adolescents who struggle with reading or who hesitate to engage in classroomrelated reading tasks—roughly those ­students between the ages of 12 and 21. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

Learn how to use a variety of prewriting strategies, such as a content-based pictured event, to help students generate story ideas. Learn how to use interactive, readymade who, what, when, where, why, and how questions in work pages to guide ­students through the prewriting process. Specific visual reading, writing, and spelling strategies are explored. Gain an understanding of how to integrate science concepts using a balanced literacy approach, while at the same time meeting the needs of the diverse learners in your classroom. Use specific visual strategies to help students organize, refine, and edit writing ideas. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

While at first glance this topic may appear somewhat dry, the course addresses ­interesting sociopolitical issues such as ­language and gender, nonstandard English usage in the classroom, and language ­policy such as the English-only movement. This course emphasizes applied linguistics that enrich teacher knowledge and skills in the classroom. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

The Essentials of Reading Instruction COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4270KG Graduate Mary Mitchell, Jackie Knapp Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com. LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

Take an in-depth look at the essentials of reading instruction. Read and reflect upon the required text, Reading Essentials by Regie Routman. While examining your practices and the practices of influential leaders in literacy, investigate these research-based strategies to increase all students’ learning and explore many ways to integrate these strategies into your daily instruction. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

= Cooperative class

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L ang uage A rts

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CI 810

3 Credits

Updating Your Read Alouds COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4281KG Graduate Kathy Otto Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

trends for getting your students to love reading. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

Reading aloud to students is an important component of a balanced literacy program. It broadens student understanding of ­written language, demonstrates fluency, and helps students learn comprehension skills. Perhaps most importantly, it helps establish a desire to read. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

LOCATION

^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Using the Best of Children’s Literature in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4282KG Graduate Brooke Schmidt Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Every year hundreds of books are published and awards are given to honor the best in children’s literature. Numerous books, award-winners, and well-loved favorites are available for use in the classroom. Familiarize yourself with many of the awards that are bestowed and learn more about the lives of authors and illustrators and their prize-winning work. Develop strategies on how to present these books in the classroom by designing lessons and projects to incorporate them into your existing curriculum. Learn ways to effectively use picture books, fiction, and nonfiction, and how to strengthen every student’s desire to read. Explore Web sites, new children’s literature, and current

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4 Credits

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

World Literature for Educators

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

CI 810

a variety of genres for a variety of purposes; to evaluate students’ writing; and to implement a writers’ workshop in the classroom. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

DATES

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4297KG Graduate John Trombold Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities! Arts • Drawing to Strengthen Literacy for Younger Children, Grades K–3 Early Childhood • Early Literacy: Teaching Reading and Writing in the K–3 Classroom

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Library

Learn about world literature and techniques for teaching literature to adolescents. Become acquainted with literary works of several continents from ancient to modern times. Explore teaching selections of ­American literature in active, dynamic ways. When taught effectively, literature enables adolescents and others to discern meaning in life and its experiences; to explore ­cultures, language, and ideas; to be ­entertained and informed; to understand themselves, others, and the world; and to dialogue about the written word. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

• Literature for At-Risk Students • Multicultural Storytelling • Picture Books and 21st-Century Literacies Special Education • Reading and Dyslexia

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Writing Process for Educators COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4295KG Graduate Patrick Webb Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn about the writing process, issues, and methods appropriate to elementary and middle school instruction to establish an environment that promotes writing; to integrate the essential benchmark requirements into instruction; to design and teach

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class


library

Library

Library Media

 U ~ LIB 410/592

Contemporary Children’s and Young Adult Literature COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

Continuing Education and the Graduate School of Education collaboratively offers the:

DATES

• Library Media Endorsement (partially online with weekend residencies; or ask about fully online option)

LOCATION

• Library Media master’s degree

FEES

• Initial K–12 Library Media Teaching License • Graduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature These programs prepare educators to become school library media specialists for professional positions in K–12 library media centers and enhance knowledge of children’s and young adult literature. Courses are offered during the academic year and in the summer. The programs are moving to an online/residency format in order to be more accessible to people throughout the region. Portland State University’s Library Media courses may include an online or computer lab component. Students will need an Odin account for network access. If you do not have an Odin account, please register at least two weeks before the class starts and email katagiri@pdx.edu.

3 Credits

GRADE METHOD

65092 Undergraduate 65093 Graduate Barbara Ruben W 4-6:30pm Mar 31-Jun 11 +online (or fully online) Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Analyze and study contemporary children’s and young adult literature as well as study trends and styles in modern literature. Course includes picture books, fiction, and nonfiction featuring contemporary authors and illustrators. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Lib 428/528 Children’s Literature, K–5.  Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in

the Library Media master’s degree, Library Media Graduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, and the ReadOregon Endorsement program.

 You may take this course fully online by registering and then emailing katagiri@pdx.edu.

 ~ LIB 408/508

Literature for At-Risk Students COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

Develop an understanding of the themes and characteristics of the at-risk student in children’s and young adult literature, and gain a broad knowledge of superb youth literature (K–12) ­written in the last five years. Experience a variety of techniques for engaging the at-risk reluctant and/or struggling reader through poetry, fiction, and nonfiction ­literature. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in the Library Media master’s degree, Library Media Graduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, and the ReadOregon Endorsement program.

and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

 ~ LIB 408/508

1 Credit

Multicultural Storytelling COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD

Tk20 data information system

FEES

Portland State University uses a new electronic data management system called Tk20 for all students earning a license or degree. Tk20 classes require a one-time fee of $100 for all Tk20 services from admission to licensure. The new system will streamline processes, enhance advising, allow immediate feedback, and help students with an electronic portfolio to support future job searches. Payment goes directly to Tk20. If you are receiving financial aid, you may purchase Tk20 from the PSU Bookstore (plus an additional handling fee). For more information go to www.pdx.edu/education/gse_ tk20_info.html.

65094 Undergraduate 65095 Graduate KL032-1CP1 Noncredit Dolores Johnston F 4:30-8:30pm May 7 Sa 9am-4pm May 8 PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Opt, A-F $230.25 Undergrad/$434 Grad/ $190 Noncredit

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

U For more information about the technology needed

For more information about Library Media, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/lib_media, email Val Katagiri, program manager, at katagiri@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-9786 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 9786.

1 Credit

65100 Undergraduate 65101 Graduate KL030-2CP1 Noncredit Merna Hecht F 5-9pm May 21 Sa 9am-4pm May 22 +TBA PSU 220 Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Opt, A-F $230.25 Undergrad/$434 Grad/ $190 Noncredit

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

Select and use stories from diverse cultures in the classroom and library. Emphasis is on sharing the oral tradition in storytelling and creative dramatics. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in the Library Media master’s degree, Library Media Graduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, and the ReadOregon Endorsement program.

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library

 U ~

LIB 548

4 Credits

 Graduate-level course may be used as an elective in the Library Media master’s degree, Library Media Graduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, and the ReadOregon Endorsement program.

Organization of Library Media Collections COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64089 Graduate Janet Breckon Sa 10am-2:30pm Apr 3, May 1 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $1,436 Grad

 U ~ LIB 561

Practicum: Elementary Library Media Center COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

LOCATION

GRADE METHOD

Learn the principles behind library media center collections. Understand basic cataloging procedures for print, nonprint, and electronic forms of media using standard cataloging and classification codes. Become knowledgeable about the application of online cataloging databases. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: LIB 428/528 Children’s Literature, K–5. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

  ~ LIB 408/508

1 Credit

Picture Books and 21st-Century Literacies COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65090 Undergraduate 65091 Graduate KL053-2CP1 Noncredit Cindy Reed F 4:30-8:30pm Apr 23 Sa 9am-4pm Apr 24 +TBA PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Opt, A-F $230.25 Undergrad/$434 Grad/ $190 Noncredit

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832. For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/ pware.php.

Develop strategies for using fiction and nonfiction picture books to integrate 21st-century literacies into curriculum areas. Create interdisciplinary units of study integrating library skills and content areas. Sponsored by Portland State University.

FEES

Saturday for projects.

 Students also need an Odin account for network

access. If you do not have a PSU Odin account, please register at least two weeks before the class starts and email katagiri@pdx.edu.

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65097 Graduate Deanna Draper Sa 2:35-3:35pm Apr 3, Jun 5 +online +practicum hours Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Only $1,102 Grad

This is a planned experience consisting of practical application of the full range of roles and responsibilities of the library media specialist in an elementary library media center under the direction of a supervising elementary school library media teacher and a University supervisor. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Admission to the Library Media endorsement program.

 Practicum application required at least one term in

advance: www.ceed.pdx.edu/student_placement_ form.shtml.

 Tk20 required. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

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LIB 562

3 Credits

Practicum: Middle or Junior High Library Media Center COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

 Prerequisite: Admission to the Library Media endorsement program.

 Practicum application required at least one term in

advance: www.ceed.pdx.edu/student_placement_ form.shtml.

 Tk20 required. U For more information about the technology needed

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

 Bring two or three favorite picture books to class on

3 Credits

or junior high school library media teacher and a University supervisor. Sponsored by Portland State University.

65098 Graduate Deanna Draper Sa 2:35-3:35pm Apr 3, Jun 5 +online +practicum hours Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Only $1,102 Grad

and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

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LIB 563

3 Credits

Practicum: High School Library Media Center COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65099 Graduate Deanna Draper Sa 2:35-3:35pm Apr 3, Jun 5 +online +practicum hours Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Only $1,102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

This is a planned experience consisting of practical application of the full range of roles and responsibilities of the library media specialist in a high school library media center under the direction of a supervising high school library media teacher and a University supervisor. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: Admission to the Library Media endorsement program.

 Practicum application required at least one term in

advance: www.ceed.pdx.edu/student_placement_ form.shtml.

 Tk20 required. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

See the catalog section below for more exciting opportunities! Language Arts • Children’s Literature, K–5 • Global Literature, K–12

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

This is a planned experience onsisting of practical application of the full range of roles and responsibilities of the library media specialist in a middle or junior high school library media center under the direction of a supervising middle

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.


mathematics

Mathematics

Deepening Mathematical Understanding

This certificate of completion includes a series of six, 3-credit hybrid courses (online with one or two face-to-face meetings) and focuses on deepening your understanding of mathematical concepts and how to immediately apply this new knowledge in your elementary or midlevel classroom. The coursework is based on the Oregon Mathematics Education Council (OMEC) Elementary Mathematics Teaching Competencies, utilizing a research to practice approach. Get tuition assistance: 60 percent tuition and fees if you are employed at a non-highneeds school and 80 percent if you are employed by a high-needs school. Tuition and fees for each three-credit class is normally $1,102. The reimbursement can also be used for any PrISM course including the elementary math series and is available through summer 2010. You must be employed in Oregon PK–12 public or private school to qualify. It’s easy to apply online! First complete the required PrISM application on the PrISM Oregon Web site: www.prism oregon.org, then click on the link for tuition assistance and complete the tuition assistance application. For more information about PrISM at Portland State University, go to www.ceed. pdx.edu/prism, email Toni Plato, program manager, at plato@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4706 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4706.

 U~

CI 510

Deepening Your Understanding of Number Sense and Operations, Grades 3–8 COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES special fee

Other Mathematics Offerings

3 Credits

65116 Graduate Nancy Anderson, Ann McMahon Sa 9am-4pm Apr 3, May 1, Jun 5 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU TBA A-F $1102 Grad Scholarships available

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Gain a deeper understanding of numbers, representations, relationships, and number systems; the meanings of operations and relationships among those operations; and reasonable estimation and fluent computation. Review the real-number system, place value, the behavior of zero and infinity, meanings and models of basic operations, percentages, and modeling operations with fractions, often with the aid of concrete, physical models that enhance understanding. Learn how to apply what you have learned to practices in your own classrooms. This course is organized around the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Curriculum Frameworks to help you better understand the mathematics concepts underlying the content you teach and to know what standards-based lessons look like in the classroom. Sponsored by Portland State University.

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CI 808

2 Credits

Creative Math! A Hands-On Approach to Teaching Mathematics through the Standards, Grades 5–12 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4161KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to 10 weeks to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $325 Grad $110 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Keep your students actively involved while aligning your classroom to the new math standards. Bring the new NCTM principles and standards for school mathematics into your classroom using real-life activities and projects. Develop activity-based lesson plans that match the learning goals identified by the math standards and integrate across the curriculum. Engage in interesting real-world activities that can be immediately used in the classroom to teach all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

Dee p e n i n g M at h e m at i c a l ­U n d e r s ta n d i n g C o u r se S c h e d u l e

credits

Fall

Deepening Algebraic Reasoning in the Elementary Classroom

3

Deepening Your Understanding of Number Sense and Operations, Grades PreK–4

3

Deepening Your Understanding of Number Sense and Operations, Grades 3–8

3

Deepening Geometrical and Measurement Understanding for Elementary Teachers

3

Deepening Mathematical Understanding in Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability for Elementary Teachers

3

Mathematics and Culture

Winter

Spring

summer

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

TBA

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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mathematics

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CI 810

3 Credits

Differentiated Math: No Problem! COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4269KG Graduate Ashley Smith Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

In this distance class, learn strategies to ­differentiate your math instruction to meet all the various needs of your students. Using Good Questions: Great Ways to ­Differentiate Mathematics Instruction by Marian Small, learn to make the content standard strands (Number and Operations, Geometry, Measurement, Algebra and Data Analysis and Probability) accessible to all types of learners. For each content strand, you will become familiar with creating and using open questions and parallel tasks where students select from related tasks, which vary in difficulty. These effective and proven strategies can be used together with any district math program to create a math-rich classroom environment. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

Q

CI 808

3 Credits

Environmental Studies with Math Applications: Levels Middle School, High School, and College COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4175KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Explore the interdisciplinary connection between math and environmental studies. Using real-world data and research,

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develop analytical and quantitative skills and gain confidence in interpreting current environmental trends. Topics include global warming, CFC production, CO2 emissions, greenhouse gases, pollution, recycling, endangered species, tornadoes, volcanoes, and severe weather. Engage in real-world, hands-on activities you can immediately use in the classroom and align with Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). The activities help teachers create exciting lessons which motivate all students with variable interests, experiences, and abilities by implementing real-world activities in the environment. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

Q

CI 808

2 Credits

Explore Math Connections! A Curriculum for All Students of the Millennium, Grades 4–9 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4160KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to 10 weeks to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $325 Grad $110 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Motivate and excite your students with real-world activities that align with Principles and Standards for School ­Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). Explore a rich assortment of hands-on activities that ­foster critical thinking and quantitative skills, and establish the interdisciplinary connection. Learn to develop activity-based lesson plans that motivate all students with variable interests, experiences, and abilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

Related Course CI 810 Economics for Educators 503-292-4792 tlc@pdx.edu

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2 Credits

How to Best Use Your TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Grades 6 and Up COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4166KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to 10 weeks to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $325 Grad $110 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn basic TI-83+/84+ calculator skills and innovative ways to effectively teach math using technology aligned with Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). Gain confidence using new teaching strategies that incorporate the use of technology in the classroom. Engage in interesting real-world activities you can immediately use in the classroom to teach all students. No previous calculator experience is necessary. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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CI 808

2 Credits

Making Statistics Come Alive with the TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Part I COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4167KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to 10 weeks to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $325 Grad $110 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn TI-83+/84+ calculator skills for the statistics classroom and the Internet for instructional purposes. Explore topics such as summary statistics, weighted mean, ­linear regression, correlation, probability computations, stat plots, binomial distribution, normal distribution, central limit ­theorem, and generating random numbers. The topics and methods are aligned with


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Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). Engage in real-world activities you can immediately use in the classroom to teach all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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CI 808

2 Credits

Making Statistics Come Alive with the TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Part II COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4168KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to 10 weeks to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $325 Grad $110 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn advanced skills for using the TI-83+/84+ graphing calculator and the Internet in the statistics classroom. Explore topics such as generating random numbers, Poisson and geometric distributions, normal and t-distributions, one-sample confidence intervals and hypothesis testing (z-test, t-test, and proportions), linear and median regression analysis, and two-variable ­summary statistic. The topics and methods are aligned with Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). Research the National Technology Standards and explore the relevance of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics and statistics. Engage in interesting realworld activities you can use immediately in the classroom to motivate all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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CI 810

3 Credits

Meaningful Math: No Problem! COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4279KG Graduate Ashley Smith Mar 29-Jun 12 Registrations accepted Mar 29-May 7 Distance Education A-F $475 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-338-TINT or 503-636-0717, email tint@easystreet.net, or go to www.tint-edu.com.

Develop the time and resources needed to get the most out of your district’s math curriculum and combine it with researchbased applicable activities. At your own pace, explore math-related Web sites and children’s literature that address math concepts and learn how to integrate them into your classroom. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and The Innovative Northwest Teacher.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

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3 Credits

Multiple Intelligences and Brain-Compatible Learning in the Mathematics Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4163KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad

math. Combine theory and practice to ­create exciting and motivating mathematical experiences. Offered cooperatively by ­Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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3 Credits

Online Pedagogy: Teaching and Designing Effective Online Mathematics Courses COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4176KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Designed for new and experienced online teachers of all subject areas. Gain confidence in planning, designing, and teaching online courses while creating a stimulating environment for a diverse student population. Develop a firm pedagogical foundation and acquire the skills to design high-quality online courses by studying the most recent research in online instruction. Experienced online teachers also benefit through the reinforcement of existing best practices. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc. ^ Internet access and email are required for this class.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Using materials based on Gardner’s ­ ultiple Intelligences theory, review the M research and apply the theory to teaching situations. Discover the instructional implications of the latest brain research and theories and how they relate to best practices for teaching mathematics. Using a large collection of field-tested activities, develop lessons that initiate the primary intelligences of each student, including special needs students and adult learners, and create effective patterns for learning

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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CI 808

3 Credits

Science and Math through Multiple Intelligences and BrainBased Learning: Levels Middle School, High School, and College COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4178KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Discover the instructional implications of the latest brain research and theories and how they relate to best practices for teaching inquiry-based science and mathematics. Review the research of Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory and apply the theory to your teaching situations. Learn to develop lessons that initiate the primary intelligences of each student and create effective patterns for learning in the science and math classroom through a rich assortment of real-world activities in life science, physical science, health science, and earth science. Combine theory and practice to create exciting and motivating life-learning experiences for today’s young students and adult learners. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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3 Credits

Teaching Algebra II with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4170KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn new and innovative ways to effectively teach algebra using the TI-83+/84+

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calculator. Engage in real-life activities you can immediately use in the Algebra I and Algebra II classroom that align with NCTM Principles and Standards. Review research of instructional implications for use of technology in the classroom to teach all students. The content explores topics in the secondary mathematics curriculum, including functions (linear and quadratic) and relations, transformations, log and exp functions, factoring polynomials, min/max problems, data analysis, regression and correlation, stat plots, curve fitting, matrices, trigonometry, finance, polar graphs, fractals, and simple programming. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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3 Credits

Teaching Basic Trigonometry with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4171KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn new and creative ways to effectively teach basic trigonometry concepts using the TI-83+/84+ graphing calculator. Engage in real-world and hands-on activities you can immediately use in the trigonometry classroom to teach all students. Methods align with Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). The content explores topics such as angle ­measures, solutions of right and oblique triangles, trig and circular functions, their graphs and inverses, trig identities and equations, polar graphs, linear and angular velocity, complex numbers, data analysis, and modeling. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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CI 808

3 Credits

Teaching College Algebra with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4172KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn TI-83+/84+ calculator skills for the college algebra classroom that align with NCTM Principles and Standards. Research National Technology Standards and explore instructional implications for use of technology in the classroom. Explore new and innovative ways of teaching by engaging in real-world activities you can immediately use in the classroom to teach all students. Topics covered include real and complex numbers; relations, functions, and inverse functions; linear and quadratic, higherdegree polynomials: rational, absolute value, piece-wise functions and their graphs; linear and non-linear inequalities; composite functions, exp and log functions; matrices; conic sections; sequences and series; finance, modeling, and problem solving. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in ­Education, Inc.

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CI 808

2 Credits

Teaching Mathematics through Multiple Intelligences, Grades K–5 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4159KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to 10 weeks to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $325 Grad $110 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn how to use activities and instructional games to develop key concepts in major strands of mathematics. See immediately how easy it is to incorporate multiple


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intelligences into lesson plans. A collection of field-tested activities offers teachers a powerful resource to develop lessons that initiate the primary intelligences of all ­students, including special needs students, and create effective patterns for classroom learning. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4173KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn TI-83+/84+ graphing calculator skills for the pre-calculus classroom. Methods align with Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM 2000). Explore new and innovative ways of teaching by engaging in real-world activities you can immediately use in the classroom to teach all students. Topics include functions, inverses, transformations, composition of functions, absolute-value functions, polynomials, inequalities, logarithms, power and exponential functions, piece-wise functions, systems of equations, trig functions and identities, periodic data, polar graphs, parametric equations, curve fitting, conic sections, complex numbers, vectors, velocity graphs, data analysis, and other topics. Some topics are also applicable to the advanced algebra and college algebra classrooms. Offered cooperatively by ­Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

CI 808

3 Credits

Teaching Pre-Calculus with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator, Part II COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

3 Credits

Teaching Pre-Calculus with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator, Part I COURSE #

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LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4174KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn to use the TI-83+/84+ to help teach important mathematical concepts in the pre-calculus curriculum. Engage in realworld activities immediately applicable in the pre-calculus classroom to teach all students. Methods align with NCTM Principles and Standards. Research National Technology Standards and explore instructional implications for use of technology in the classroom. Topics include step-, piece-wise, and composite trig functions; polar conics; hyperbolic solutions to mixture problems; log transformations; median-median regression; vectors, catenaries, vector forces and inclined planes; rate of change and tangent lines, sequences and series, and problem solving. Some topics are applicable to the advanced and college algebra classrooms. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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CI 808

3 Credits

Teaching Quantitative Literacy through the Standards, Levels Middle School, High School, and College COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4162KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Develop a capacity to deal effectively and confidently with the quantitative aspects of life. Develop conceptual understanding, problem solving, decision making, and analytical skills. Learn to use appropriate approaches and tools in formulating and solving real-world problems. Explore key mathematical ideas used in social studies, economics, science, and art. Examine a rich assortment of mathematical life-learning experiences that align with the NCTM standards and integrate interdisciplinary units across the curriculum you can immediately use in the classroom to teach a culturally diverse student population. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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3 Credits

Teaching Science and Math through the Standards, Levels High School and College COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4177KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

This course is designed to provide science and math teachers with real-world activities to increase student understanding of ­science and math concepts. Explore a ­variety of inquiry-based, hands-on life, physical, health, and earth science activities designed to motivate a diverse student population. These activities help motivate all students with varied interests, experiences, and abilities by implementing realworld activities in their environment to achieve higher science and math competency. Using the National Science Standards and NCTM Principles and Standards as a framework for instruction, acquire skills to implement the inquiry approach to teaching math and science. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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3 Credits

Teaching Statistics with Excel, Part I COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4164KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn how to effectively use Excel and the Internet for instructional purposes to teach statistics. The content teaches basic Excel skills and explores topics such as generating random numbers, simulations, frequency tables, summary statistics, graphs and charts, linear regression, correlation, ­binomial distribution, normal distribution, z-values and t-values, hypothesis testing, and ANOVA. The topics and methods are aligned with Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 2000). Review research of instructional implications for the use of technology in the classroom. Engage in interesting real-world activities that you can immediately use in the classroom to teach all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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CI 808

3 Credits

Teaching Statistics with Excel, Part II COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4165KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Excel is a powerful tool to enhance instruction in the statistics classroom. Learn intermediate Excel skills and use of the Internet

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exploring topics such as generating random numbers, sampling and creating number series; binomial, Poisson, and hypergeometric distributions; X2 and F-distributions and tests; one/two-sample hypothesis testing; multiple regression and correlation; two-way ANOVA; permutations, combinations, percentiles, quartiles, and rank; and summary statistics. The topics and methods align with NCTM Principles and Standards. Examine ties to National Technology Standards and explore relevance of technology in teaching and learning of mathematics and statistics. Engage in interesting real-world activities that motivate all students. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities! Arts • Connecting Art and Math, Grades 3–7 General Education • Teaching Personal Finance for Educators Science • Engaging in Science: Ecology and Evolution for Classroom Teachers

3 Credits

Using the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator to Teach Algebra I COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4169KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad $40 materials fee payable to Adventures in Education, Inc.

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

Learn how to use the TI-83+/84+ calculator to teach mathematical concepts in the basic algebra, intermediate algebra, and algebra I curriculum. Investigate the connection between multiple intelligences and technology. Engage in real-world activities that you can immediately use in the classroom to teach all students. Topics include scientific notation, functions and graphs, recursion, linear, quadratic and exponential growth, basic trigonometry, one-variable statistics and data plots, central tendency, data collection activities, and matrices for solving systems of linear equations. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

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* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

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ELP 467/567

3 Credits

ESL and Bilingual Program Design and Models Serving Students Learning English

ESL/Bilingual Endorsement

COURSE #

In today’s classrooms, you are increasingly expected to work with linguistically and culturally diverse students. You can meet this challenge and help every child in your classroom succeed by:

INSTRUCTOR DATES

• Gaining a greater understanding of how diversity affects the teaching and learning process • Identifying and appreciating cultural and linguistic factors affecting student adjustment, development, and learning • Developing strategies for assessment, curriculum development, and instruction to help all students learn

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65138 Undergraduate 65139 Graduate Tom Tyler M 6:40-9:20pm Mar 29-Jun 7 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

E S L / B ILIN G UAL ON - C AMPU S C OUR S E S C H E DUL E

Exemplary schools provide second language learners with a rich intellectual diet, not a remedial or basic skills curriculum. They expect all students to achieve high standards in literacy and other academic areas. Learn how these schools combine their understanding and apply the knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and policies along with pedagogical considerations to create effective programs. Participants examine a variety of local, regional, and national program models for ESL and bilingual instruction. This creates opportunities to develop expertise in assessing the critical components of programs serving preschoolers through adults. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: EPFA or ELP 466/566 Impact of

• Understanding other cultures’ orientations to education and school, and how to foster better relationships with students, their families, and their communities For more information about the ESL/ Bilingual Endorsement, go to www.ceed. pdx.edu/esl, email Greta Krahn, program manager, at krahng@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8554 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8554.

CREDITS FALL Winter SPRING summer

3

• •

Taking Stock: Assessment 2 and Evaluation in Programs with Language Minority Students

• •

Impact of Language and Culture in the Classroom

3

How Do People Learn a Second Language

3

Effective Teaching 3 Strategies and Materials for Working with Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students ELL School-Community Relations

• • • •

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Working with LEP Children Who Have Special Needs

2

ESL/Bilingual Program Design and Models

3

Practicum

3

Portfolio Workshop

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Language and Culture in the Classroom is strongly recommended before enrollment in this course.

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3 Credits

How Do People Learn a Second Language COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65134 Undergraduate 65135 Graduate Kathryn Long W 6:40-9:20pm Mar 31-Jun 2 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Gain a historical perspective of language teaching and look at current language learning and teaching models. Examine variables involved in first and second language acquisition. Consider individual differences and patterns common to all learners and instruction. Collect and analyze natural language from second ­language learners. Appreciate the complexity of learning and studying in another language so you can understand and effectively help your limited English proficient students learn successfully. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: EPFA or ELP 466/566 Impact of

Language and Culture in the Classroom is strongly recommended before enrollment in this course.

U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

Tk20 data information system Portland State University uses a new electronic data management system called Tk20 for all students earning a license or degree. Tk20 classes require a one-time fee of $100 for all Tk20 services from admission to licensure. The new system will streamline processes, enhance advising, allow immediate feedback, and help students with an electronic portfolio to support future job searches. Payment goes directly to Tk20. If you are receiving financial aid, you may purchase Tk20 from the PSU Bookstore (plus an additional handling fee). For more information go to www.pdx.edu/education/gse_ tk20_info.html.

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

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ELP 466/566

3 Credits

Impact of Language and Culture in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65142 Undergraduate 65143 Graduate Yer Thao Th 6:40-9:20pm Apr 1-Jun 3 PSU 212 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Learn the importance of intercultural communication in working with ­children from a wide range of cultures in today’s classrooms. Survey the cultural, ­linguistic, educational, and ethical issues present in all classrooms today. Study the sociological and language issues, and immigration history. Learn how to identify and appreciate cultural factors that affect social adjustment and learning. You will: • Acquire a higher level of cultural awareness and sensitivity to cross-cultural communication issues in various contexts • Develop important cross-cultural communication skills and strategies • Examine important issues related to ­academic and linguistic diversity in U.S. education • Understand the process by which all of us become culture bearers and culture makers

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CI 443/543

3 Credits

Effective Teaching Strategies and Materials for Working with Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65136 Undergraduate 65137 Graduate Lisa Blount Sa 8:30am-4pm Apr 10, May 1, 22 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 310G Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

What strategies and materials work in teaching children who are learning English? Become acquainted with the ­current research on identification, development, and practice of developmentally and linguistically appropriate strategies and materials to effectively engage limited ­English proficient students at all grade levels in the learning process. Special attention is given to students’ bilingual and bicultural characteristics as important aspects of developing a successful curriculum. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: EPFA or ELP 466/566 Impact of

Language and Culture in the Classroom is strongly recommended before enrollment in this course.

 For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Strongly recommended before taking other courses in the Succeeding with Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students ESL Endorsement series.

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INSTRUCTOR DATES

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 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

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LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65140 Undergraduate 65141 Graduate Marcia LaDuke F 5-8:30pm Apr 16, May 14 Sa 8:30am-4pm Apr 17, May 15 +TBA PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $365.50 Undergrad/$769 Grad

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

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2 Credits

Working with LEP Children Who Have Special Needs COURSE #

* = See page 70 for location addresses

SPED 455/555

= Cooperative class

Examine the current research in special education and see where it is appropriate in working with the limited English proficient (LEP) child. Consider issues including testing and diagnosis, appropriate teaching material and methods, and placement. Discuss political, social,

and community concerns in working with LEP students with special needs. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: EPFA or ELP 466/566 Impact of

Language and Culture in the Classroom is strongly recommended before enrollment in this course.

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CI 509

3 Credits

Practicum: ESL/Bilingual Endorsement COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

65133 Graduate TBA Required orientation Th 5-6:30pm Mar 11, plus by arrangement Mar 29-Jun 11 314 Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Only $1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

The practicum is designed for new ESL/bilingual educators upon completion of required coursework. It is an opportunity to practice what has been learned in the Succeeding with Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students series. ­During the 90 contact hours, you are given responsibility for at least six students and will: • Assess individual learning needs • Develop a curriculum to meet those needs • Deliver the curriculum • Evaluate the results of the curriculum • Write a report on what you have learned from this exercise and the endorsement series courses Work with a master teacher in the classroom and a University-appointed supervisor; check in with both of these people at each step of the process outlined above. Practicum assignments are worked out individually and are designed to meet your needs (ESL or ESL/bilingual; elementary, middle, or high school, etc.). Contact Greta Krahn, the ESL program manager, at 503-725-8554 or krahng@pdx.edu to apply. Applications must be received at least one term in advance. Enrollment is with prior approval of ESL/Bilingual Endorsement program manager only. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisites: CI 443/543 Effective Teaching Strategies and Materials, Ling 422/522 How Do People Learn a Second Language, Ling 423/523 Taking Stock: Assessment and Evaluation, EPFA 465/565 ELL School-Community Relations, EPFA 466/566 Impact of Language and Culture in the Classroom, EPFA 467/567 ESL/Bilingual Program Design and Models, SpEd 455/555 Working with LEP Children Who Have Special Needs.


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~ Noncredit ESL/Bilingual Endorsement Portfolio Workshop COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION FEES

KE050-2WP1 Noncredit Marge Terdal By arrangement By arrangement $99 Noncredit

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This by-arrangement workshop is required only of participants wishing to have prior coursework and experience evaluated to determine if part of the Succeeding with Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students series of courses can be waived for application to the TSPC ESL/Bilingual Endorsement. Sponsored by Portland State University.

CI 810

3 Credits

Teaching Diversity: Influences and Issues in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

For noncredit registration go to www.ceed.pdx. edu/pware.php or call 503-725-4832.

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Other Multicultural Offerings

DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4251KG Graduate Karen Lea Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

Participate in interactive computer-based instruction (CBI) designed to give you knowledge and tools to effectively facilitate a diverse classroom. Understand and identify differences in approaches to learning and performance, including different learning styles and ways in which students demonstrate learning. Understand how students’ learning is influenced by individual experiences, talents, disabilities, gender, language, culture, family, and community values. You are challenged to apply knowledge of the richness of contributions from our diverse society to your teaching field. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

For more information, go to page 16 or www.ceed.pdx.edu/differentiate.

4 Credits

Working Successfully with Culturally Diverse and English Language Learners COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4298KG Graduate Crisann Breed Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad $60 materials fee payable to NW Teachers’ Learning Center

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn strategies for understanding the ­cultures, customs, and communication styles of the ELL student, and the implications for increasing success when inte­ grating the culturally diverse and limited English speaking students in various school activities. Practical teaching strategies are offered to promote literacy, mathematics, and English in the content areas, as well as many ways to involve your students in the mainstream activities of the day. Learn the difference between normal language development in a student’s native language, normal language development in the acquisition of a second language, and ­indicators of a special education disability. Develop skills for being able to distinguish between a student with a learning difference as compared to a learning disability. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Language Arts • Global Literature, K–12

Meet the diverse needs of individual students who have a wide variety of ­learning styles, goals, and abilities in your classroom. Explore ways to modify instruction to meet their specific needs.

• Instructional Strategies and Assessment of Student Learning (3 credits)

CI 810

See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities!

Online Certificate of Completion in Differentiated Instruction: Reaching all learners

Spring 2010 course:

Library • Multicultural Storytelling History for Educators

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

• Multicultural Perspective of U.S. History • NW Native American Oral History and Cultural Arts K–12 Science • Science in the Multicultural K–8 Classroom

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science

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Science

CI 510

3 Credits

Engaging in Science: Ecology and Evolution for Classroom Teachers PrISM Certificate of Completion

Preparation for Instruction of Science and Math (PrISM) is a collaborative effort among seven Oregon universities—Eastern Oregon University, George Fox University, Lewis & Clark College, Oregon State University, Portland State University, University of Portland, and Western Oregon University, in cooperation with Teaching Research at Western Oregon University—to offer accessible graduate-level courses and professional development modules in math and science that are available online, in weekend workshops, at summer institutes, or in combinations of these formats. The goal of the PrISM certificate of completion is to improve the math and science abilities of students in Oregon’s schools and to help teachers integrate the two areas. PrISM modules and courses are designed to be used toward the PrISM certificate of completion, a concentration in a master’s degree program, or a component of your professional development in the content area of integrated math and science, elementary math, or elementary science. To receive a certificate of completion, you must take: • 3 credits of introductory work • 6 credits in a combination of content area math and/or science coursework • 3 credits in integrated math and science • 3-credit capstone experience Please visit the PrISM Web site for specific information about the program and admission to it, www.PrISMoregon.org.

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES Special Fee

64111 Graduate Barbara Shaw Sa 10am-3pm Apr 3, 10, 17 +online Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30 am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE TBA - Off Campus A-F $1102 Grad Scholarships available

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Examine the major concepts underlying ecology and evolutionary science and incorporate current ­science research to design inquiry investigations in your own schoolyard and classroom. Explore how you can engage your students in the scientific process, discover suitable testable questions, and develop an experimental design complete with the math required to analyze the results you need to answer your questions. Gain confidence to present your students with a solid foundation of scientific concepts and process in ecology and evolution. Designed for one regional face-to-face meeting to incorporate the unique ecology of your area specifically into your final product, and one face-to-face meeting to explore evolutionary concepts in everyday science. Meetings to be arranged individ­ ually among the three scheduled dates. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

Other Science Offerings

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CI 810

4 Credits

Science in the Multicultural K–8 Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4309KG Graduate Patrick Webb Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Learn to identify K–8 disciplinary science concepts and whether Oregon’s benchmarks and Washington’s essential academic learning requirements are included in instructional materials. Demonstrate appropriate instructional and assessment methods for science teaching and knowledge and skills to reduce negative gender- or minorityachievement issues in science. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

For more information about PrISM, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/prism, email Toni Plato, program manager, at plato@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-4706 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4706.

P r I S M Te n tat i ve sc i e n ce C o u r se S c h e d u l e

See page 51 for complete schedule of PrISM math courses.

60

credits

Fall

The Young Child as Scientist, Ages 3–8

3

Winter

Spring

Engaging in Science: Life Science for Elementary Teachers

3

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Integrated Science: Crater Lake and Geohydrology of Upper Klamath Basin

3

Earth/Space Science in the Elementary Classroom

3

Engaging in Science: Astronomy for Classroom Teachers

3

Engaging in Science: Eco/Evo Inquiry for Elementary Teachers

3

Engaging in Science: Life Science for Classroom Teachers

3

summer

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Science

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CI 810

4 Credits

Science Inquiry for the Constructivist Teacher, Grades K–8 COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4308KG Graduate Patrick Webb Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

This course teaches educators their role in science activities. Become familiar with the inquiry approach, specifically the scientific skills of investigating and experimenting to test ideas. Developing discrepant events, intended to facilitate inquiry by the students, offers opportunities to question and sustain interest. Create investigations. Conduct and evaluate interviews with students to discern scientific versus nonscientific beliefs. This is applicable to grades K–8. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

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CI 808

3 Credits

See the catalog section below for more exciting opportunities!

Teaching Science and Math through the Standards, Levels High School and College COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Mathematics • Deepening Your Understanding of Number Sense and Operations, Grades 3–8

K4177KG Graduate Elisabeth Knowlton Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime and take up to three months to complete the course from time of registration Distance Education A-F $395 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 630-377-5035, email eknowlton@adventures-in-education.com, or go to www.adventures-in-education.com.

This course is designed to provide science and math teachers with real-world activities to increase student understanding of ­science and math concepts. Explore a ­variety of inquiry-based, hands-on life, physical, health, and earth science activities designed to motivate a diverse student population. These activities help motivate all students with varied interests, experiences, and abilities by implementing realworld activities in their environment to achieve higher science and math competency. Using the National Science Standards and NCTM Principles and Standards as a framework for instruction, acquire skills to implement the inquiry approach to teaching math and science. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Adventures in Education, Inc.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

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special edu cation

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Special Education Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome and High ­Functioning Autism Online ­Certificate of Completion The AS/HFA certificate provides a framework for understanding Asperger’s syndrome, high functioning autism, and other diagnoses including pervasive developmental disorder (NOS) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The program is designed for educators in general education settings, special educators, parents, speech and language therapists, building administrators, and other members of the student’s educational team. A certificate of completion is awarded to students who complete the 12-credit series. For more information about the AS/HFA Certificate of Completion, go to www.ceed. pdx.edu/aspergers, email Leah Hershey, program manager, at hersheyl@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8102 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8102.

u n d e r s ta n d i n g a s p e r ge r ’ s s y n d r o m e a n d h i g h f u n c t i o n i n g au t i s m o n l i n e C e r t i f i c at e p r o g r a m t e n tat i ve c o u r se sc h e d u l e

credits Fall Winter Spring Summer

A Different Way of Thinking: Introduction to Understanding Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Related Disorders

3

Meeting the Challenge of Transition for Learners with Asperger’s Syndrome

3

Making the Connection: 3 Educational Strategies for Students with Social Communication Challenges Circles of Support: A Collaborative Approach to Meet the Needs of Students with AS/HFA

3

3 Credits

Circles of Support: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Related Disorders COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

Autism Certificate

The PSU Certificate Program for Educating Children with Autism prepares autism specialists, general and special education teachers, speech pathologists, and other professionals to become more effective with children with autism spectrum disorder.

64101 Undergraduate 64102 Graduate Regina Moreno Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30 Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

This certificate program (designed in accordance with recommendations developed by the National Research Council in 2001) focuses on implementation of discrete trial training, pivotal response training, ­functional routines, functional behavioral assessment and support, social skills instructional methods, assessment strategies, and working with families of children with autistic spectrum disorder. Scientifically based instructional strategies (such as discrete-trial teaching and pivotal-response training) that meet the legal requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act (Simpson, 2005) are included in the coursework.

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Learn processes of collaboration to support students with AS/HFA and related disorders from elementary through post secondary grade levels. Use practical assessment strategies to identify strengths and needs in order to guide individualized intervention. Design the individualized intervention and monitor its effectiveness within a variety of settings (school, home, community). Develop plans and apply ­environmental support and strategies that may include accommodating sensory ­differences, biological needs, and cognitive inflexibility in executive functioning. Provide meaningful reinforcement, supportive environmental structure and visual supports, curriculum modification and design, instructional methods, and appropriate task demands. Teach skills such as social thinking, social interaction with adults and peers, self-regulation, self-advocacy, positive behavior supports, parents as team members, and transition planning. Sponsored by Portland State University.

Currently, the certificate program is very flexible. Educators may take the entire 19-credit series or enroll in specific courses. The coursework can be taken in sequence or individually as needs vary. Educators in need of practical research-based strategies for working with children with autism are encouraged to enroll. For more information about the Autism certificate, go to www.ceed.pdx.edu/autism, email Leah Hershey, program manager, at hersheyl@pdx.edu, or call 503-725-8102 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 8102.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

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= Cooperative class


special edu cation

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SPED 409/509

1 Credit

Autism Practicum: Application of Functional Behavioral Support Strategies COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64097 Undergraduate 64098 Graduate Emily Forest Mar 29-Jun 12 +TBA Off Campus P/NP Only $230 Undergrad/$434 Grad

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SPED 410/510

Autism: Functional Behavioral Support and Strategies for Working with Families COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Implement the strategies learned in SpEd 410/510 Autism: Functional Behavioral Support and Strategies for Working with Families. It is anticipated that students will complete this practicum at the school in which they are employed, or will be assigned to a classroom through the PSU Autism Training and Research Center. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Corequisite: SPED 410/510 Autism: Functional

Behavioral Support and Strategies for Working with Families.

3 Credits

64099 Undergraduate 64100 Graduate Emily Forest W 5-7:30pm Mar 31-Jun 9 PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland A-F $50175 Undergrad/$1,102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Learn to implement a system of functional assessment and functional behavioral support in order to deal with challenging behavior associated with children with autism from diverse backgrounds (e.g., language, culture, socioeconomic). Learn how to shape appropriate behavior and support plans for these children. ­Sponsored by Portland State University.

Professional Development ­Opportunities in Special Education Tentative course offerings for summer 2010 SPED 510  Schoolwide Positive

­Behavior ­Support SPED 410/510  Early Childhood Positive Behavior Supports  (3 credits) SPED 418/518  Survey of Exceptional Learners  (3 credits, distance education) SPED 510  Academic Assessment and Evaluation of English Language Learners SPED 510  Teacher Training of Para­

professional Teams Serving Students with Significant Disabilities SPED 510  Assistive Technology, Augmen­ tative, and Alternative Communication

 Corequisite: To fulfill the 19-credit certificate of

completion curriculum, students are encouraged to enroll concurrently in the field experience course, SpEd 409/509 Autism Practicum: Application of Functional Behavioral Support Strategies.

Au t i s m C e r t i f i c at e p r o g r a m ­c o u r se sc h e d u l e

CREDITS

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

SUMMER

Autism: Educating Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Understanding the Research)

3

Autism: Individualized Student Program Planning Using Applied Behavior Analysis*

3

Autism Practicum: Application of Individual Student Program Planning*

1

Autism: Generalization Strategies Using the STAR Program and FACTER

3

Autism Practicum: Application of Generalization Strategies

1

Adjusting the Image: Focus on Social Understanding

3

Autism Practicum: Application of Teaching Social Understanding

1

Autism: Functional Behavioral Support and Strategies for Working with Families

3

Autism Practicum: Application of Behavioral Support Strategies

1

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Licensure update For information on obtaining your special educator continuing license or your special education master’s degree at Portland State University, call 503-725-4670 for a brochure or visit our Web site at www.ceed.pdx.edu/sped.

*New course title; formerly The STAR Program and Application of the STAR Program. www.ceed.pdx.edu/autism/program

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

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special edu cation

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SPED 418/518

3 Credits

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Other Special Education Offerings

Survey of Exceptional Learners COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64103 Undergraduate 64104 Graduate Cheryl Grindol Mar 29-Jun 12 Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE Distance Education A-F $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

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Gain an overview of working with ­exceptional ­individuals, including special ­education and multicultural differences. Understand the nature of diversities (including talented and gifted) and ­educational ramifications for the teacher. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

4 Credits

ADD/ADHD: Positive Alternatives COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

SPED 810

GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4326KG Graduate Crisann Breed Mar 29-Jun 12 Register anytime between term dates Distance Education A-F $500 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 503-292-4792, email tlc@pdx. edu, or go to www.web.pdx.edu/~kovalr.

Children who are labeled ADD/ADHD are perceived as having a deficit, as the name states, and they are often viewed as having behavior that needs to be corrected. Learn an alternative approach that views all children as having unique learning styles and personalities. Children who are diagnosed as ADD/ADHD have learning styles and personalities that can be, and should be, valued both in the classroom and in the community. Many of their characteristics resemble those of children who are very creative. Discover how these students learn and how their learning styles can be met within a classroom to help them work from their strengths and be valuable contributing members in the classroom and community. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and NW Teachers’ Learning Center.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

64

= Cooperative class

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

SPED 410/810

3 Credits

Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4238KU Undergraduate K4238KG Graduate Joseph Kaplan Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad $165 Undergrad/$165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

This course is geared primarily for professionals (e.g., regular or special educators, instructional assistants, school psychologists, counselors) serving children and youth presenting behavior problems in school or the community. Focus on cognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions (often lumped together under the rubric of “social skills”) with an emphasis on teaching students how to change and manage their behavior. Since previous knowledge and understanding of traditional behavioral (operant) concepts and strategies is required, it is strongly recommended that you take an introductory behavior management course to learn basic terms and concepts of behavior management prior to taking this advanced course. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.


special edu cation

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SPED 410/810

2 Credits

Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Interventions for Effective Teaching COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4239KU Undergraduate K4239KG Graduate Mick Jackson Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad

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SPED 410/810

4 Credits

Behavior Is Language: New Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behaviors COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4240KU Undergraduate K4240KG Graduate Mick Jackson Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Undergrad/$110 Grad $220 Undergrad/$220 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

This interactive computer-based training (CBT) helps you achieve a better understanding of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and intervention strategies in order to facilitate positive student change. Learn the history of this disorder, accepted methods to assess and identify students with the disorder, how to go through the referral process, and various treatment methods currently used to treat ADD. Understand instruction, structured practice, and evaluation, all on your home or school computer. Information on installation and technical support is covered in detail. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

Gain new perspective on student behavior and effective tools for facilitating positive student change. This interactive computerbased course provides a developmental framework for understanding what students are trying to say through the language of their behavior. Learn behavioral techniques and intervention strategies that remediate disruptive behaviors and reduce power struggles while increasing classroom control and decreasing work loads and burnout. Educators and students alike find creative and effective solutions to behavioral problems. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual ­Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

 This computer-based software course runs from the

SPED 810

1 Credit

Creating a Sustainable Future: Integrating Wellness and Environmental Education COURSE # INSTRUCTORS DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4358KG Graduate Lynea Gillen, Kim Wilson SaSu 9am-4pm Apr 10, 11 +TBA Still Moving Yoga* Portland A-F $215 Grad $55 Grad

linked to the health of our environment. National studies have shown that the experiential and conceptual use of environmental education as an integrating concept improves student health and learning in math, science, social studies, and language arts. This course demonstrates how Yoga Calm® and environmental education activities can be used to develop high interest, interdisciplinary lessons that meet and support K–8 health, science, and physical education standards and curricula. Yoga Calm® is appropriate for all ages and abilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Still Moving Yoga, LLC.

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SPED 810

2 Credits

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: Teacher-Friendly Ways to Address the Needs of Diverse Classroom Populations COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4352KG Graduate Barbara Miller Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $375 Grad $110 Grad

For registration call Barbara Miller at 541-344-3306, email explore@efn.org, or go to www.educational explorations.org.

Explore methods and strategies to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse classroom population. Address the needs of students, including those with special education needs, autism, attention challenges, English language learners, and talents and gifts as well as student learning styles and preferences. Through online research, assigned reading, and collaborative ­discussion-board formats, discover teacherfriendly practices that are curriculum-based and sustainable. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Educational Explorations.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. ^ Computer and Internet access are required for this class.

Register online at www.yogacalm.org, call Jim Gillen at 503-977-0944, or email registration@ yogacalm.org.

From the air we breathe to the food we eat to the exercise and solace we find in nature, our personal wellness is inextricably

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special edu cation

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COUN/SPED 808

3 Credits

Disabilities: A Medical Primer INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Jeanette Soby Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $160 Grad $165 Grad

COUN COURSE #

K5351KG Graduate

SPED

 

3 Credits

Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

COURSE #

SPED 810

K4244KG Graduate Florah Luseno Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

K4138KG Graduate

For registration call Jeanette Soby 503-6634304 or email at sobyae@yahoo.com.

Today’s diverse classroom includes intellectually and physically challenged students. Explore the physical, intellectual, and behavioral characteristics of the variety of differences commonly found in public schools. Learn the biological causes of a broad range of disabilities, both congenital and after-birth injuries: motor, language, neurological, auditory, visual, and perceptual disorders that can affect a student’s performance. Pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of a student with a disability as a first step to determine instructional strategies and classroom management practices. Offered cooperatively by ­Portland State University and Academic Exchange.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

Focus on the definition of key concepts related to students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms. Explore federal legislation and court cases that have contributed to the movement toward educating these ­students. Focus on the continuum of placements that school systems can use in providing special education services to students with disabilities. Cover the federal definition of students entitled to special education services. Focus on the role and responsibilities of special and general educators in providing special education services to students educated in inclusive classrooms. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

  LEGEND

* = See page 70 for location addresses

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details or additional requirements

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details  = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details  = Certification hours available  = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges = Cooperative class

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SPED 810

4 Credits

Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4245KG Graduate Achuthan (Bob) Pillay Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $220 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

Receive an introduction to the field of learning disabilities for special education teachers, general classroom teachers, and related professionals working in the areas

of language, psychology, and counseling. Learn diverse theoretical approaches and how to lay the foundations for sensitive and appropriate assessment and evaluation of students. Receive direction for program planning and implementation. Learn to understand the importance of, and need for, a close and positive partnership with parents or alternative caregivers. Consider major trends and unresolved issues in the field of learning disabilities. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

Q

SPED/CI 808

3 Credits

Reading and Dyslexia INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Jeanette Soby Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $160 Grad $165 Grad

SPED COURSE #

K4136KG Graduate

CI course #

K4135KG Graduate

For registration call Jeanette Soby at 503-6634304 or email at sobyae@yahoo.com.

The fundamental problem in dyslexia is a linguistic one, a phonological processing deficit: sound-based confusions in both reading and spoken language and problems recognizing that the underlying structure of the printed word has the same structure heard in the spoken word. Learn identification markers and systematic ­phonics instructional strategies. Dyslexic readers use different brain pathways than other readers. The dyslexic reader has to rely on higher-order intellectual abilities necessary for comprehension (vocabulary, syntax, discourse, reasoning) and slower secondary neural pathways. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Academic Exchange.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.


special education • talented and gi fted



CI/SPED 810

1 Credit

Teaching Strategies for Students with Specialized Attention Spans (ADD/ADHD) INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

Barbara Miller Sa 8:30am-3:30pm Apr 17 +TBA Tigard City Hall* Tigard P/NP Optional $190 Grad $55 Grad

CI

K4354KG Graduate

COURSE #

SPEd

K4354KG Graduate

COURSE #

music, and how these issues are dealt with in modern society. Become more aware of the causes and ways to evaluate aggression, and how to intervene before aggression escalates to violence in the schools. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

For registration call Barbara Miller at 541-344-3306, email explore@efn.org, or go to www.educational explorations.org.

Learn research-based information on ­learning styles, teaching strategies, and problem-solving methods for active, ­attention-challenged students in regular or special education classrooms. Receive instruction on how to meet the needs of diverse learners. Challenge some of the current assumptions and practices used with students with attention challenges, who historically experience disenfranchisement in schools. Understand how culture affects the learning styles of diverse ­student populations and address how this impacts curriculum and practice. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Educational Explorations.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 

4 Credits

Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4252KG Graduate Michael Sedler Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $220 Grad

 

CI 810

3 Credits

Talented and Gifted: Working with High Achievers COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE

K4249KG Graduate Karen Lea Mar 29-Jun 12 Distance Education A-F $110 Grad $165 Grad

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu. See the catalog sections below for more exciting opportunities! Arts • Use the Arts to Teach Early Childhood • An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health General Education • An Integrated Approach to Wellness 2: Physical Connections to Learning • An Integrated Approach to Wellness 3: Social and Emotional Connections to Learning • An Integrated Approach to Wellness 4: Application of Wellness Principles • Counseling Skills for Classroom Teachers

SPED 810

Talented and Gifted

• Humor in the Classroom: Exploring Strategies to Make Teaching and Learning Fun • Instruction for Children Prenatally Affected by Drugs or Alcohol • Instructional Strategies and Assessment of Student Learning

Receive information on the history of the talented and gifted in relation to education, current law, and accepted methods for referral, assessment, and identification of these students. Learn about major program models and methods of differentiating instruction to meet the rate and level of learning of these students. Understand ways to meet the affective needs of the talented and gifted student in the regular classroom. Resources are available for teachers and parents who require more information. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and Virtual Education Software, Inc.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 This computer-based software course runs from the

CD-ROM drive of your computer. Requirements: Macintosh running OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or PC running Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer; either computer must have at least 256 MB RAM, 5 MB of available hard-drive space, 15-inch color monitor with 800x600 resolution, 4X CD drive, and a printer. Please contact Virtual Education Software, Inc., if you have any questions about the compatibility of these systems.

• Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies • Working with Challenging Children in the Classroom Language Arts • Reading and Dyslexia

For registration call 1-800-313-6744 or go to www.virtualeduc.com/psu.

Focus on the topics of violence, aggression in the classroom, youth gangs, aggression in sports and on television, how drugs and alcohol play a role in aggression and violence, and hot spots that tend to breed aggression and violence. Learn about aggression in the community through ­driving, dating, sports, television, and

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training & development

Training & Development

 ~

COURSE #

Training & Development Certificate of Completion

Prepare for a promotion or career change now—courses are offered in the evening, on weekends, or in weekday intensive formats. Courses have been designed by educators and training and development professionals using the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Competency Model. Earn a certificate of completion and Portland State University credit. Intercultural Training Certificate of Completion • Principles of Training and Development (spring and fall) • Developing Intercultural Competence for Trainers (summer) • Methods and Models of Intercultural Training (summer) • Course Design and Evaluation (fall and winter) • Contemporary Issues in Training & Development (winter) Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication and Portland State University’s Intercultural Training Certificate of Completion Register now for the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication and complete two of the five courses required for the Intercultural Training Certificate of Completion! Spend a week or two in July on the beautiful Reed College campus in one of the most inspiring summer educational opportunities available.

ELP 429/529

3 Credits

Principles of Training and Development INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES SPECIAL FEES

65088 Undergraduate 65089 Graduate Janet Marie Bennett W 6:40-9:20pm Apr 7, 28, May 5, 12, Jun 2, 9 Sa 9am-4pm May 1, 29 Intercultural Communication Institute* Portland P/NP Optional $581.75 Undergrad/$1182 Grad $80 materials fee included

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Examination of the principles of training and development with emphasis on applying adult-learning theory to the training function. Essential principles include those related to developing training objectives, selecting training methods and resources, sequencing the learning experiences, and evaluating the training. Designed for trainers from a variety of work settings with a strong background in a content area who have little background in adult learning theory and its application to training and development practices. Sponsored by Portland State University. Development program.

~ Online registration available You can register for this course online. If you have never taken a PSU course, you may need to complete a Quick Entry Application. See page 76.

Developing Intercultural Competence for Trainers—3 credits; graded fall term; Janet Bennett, instructor

The above courses offered cooperatively by PSU and the Intercultural Communication Institute. For registration, fees, and full schedule of workshops available each day, call Helen Vu at 503-297-4622, email ici@intercultural.org, or go to www.intercultural.org.

 Prerequisite: ELP 429/529 Principles of Training and Development or permission of program manager.

 Not eligible for reduced fee.

INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

Focuses on instructional strategies and effective delivery of training ­programs necessary for enhancing adult learning and professional development. Students will examine individual learning preferences and multiple types of active pedagogy for increasing transfer of learning. In addition, various techniques and tools for linking learning outcomes with organizational goals will be addressed. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: ELP 429/529 Principles of Training and Development or program manager’s approval.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

 U ~

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

FEES

^ = Course is fully online, see page 12 for details

U = C ourse uses Blackboard system, see page 12 for details

 = CD-ROM course, see page 12 for details Q = Correspondence course, see page 12 for details

 = Certification hours available

 = Not eligible for reduced-fee enrollment privileges

= Cooperative class

ELP 435/535

3 Credits

Organizational Transformation through Training and Development

GRADE METHOD

 = Noncredit option available  = Course is partially online, see page 12 for details

65085 Undergraduate 65086 Graduate Tracey Adams Sa 9am-1pm Apr 10, 24, May 8, 22, Jun 5 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Optional $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

* = See page 70 for location addresses or additional requirements

3 Credits

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

LEGEND

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COURSE #

LOCATION

 = C ourse with prerequisites, special instructions,

ELP 432/532

Training Methods

 This class is the prerequisite for the Training and

Methods and Models of Intercultural Training—2 credits; graded fall term; Janet Bennett, instructor W-F 8am-5pm Jul 14-16 +TBA or M-W 8am-5pm Jul 26-28 +TBA

M-F 8am-5pm Jul 19-23 +TBA or M-F 8am-5pm Jul 26-30 +TBA

 U ~

65079 Undergraduate 65080 Graduate Rebecca Perry Sa 1:30-5:30pm Apr 10, 24, May 8, 22, Jun 5 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3PSU 310 GSE PSU 408 Graduate School of Education* Portland P/NP Optional $501.75 Undergrad/$1102 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Designed for managers of the train- ing and development function in organizations, this course focuses on the role of training and development in an organization’s transformation, improvement, and change. The course provides opportunities to bring real workplace examples into the classroom and to apply organization development and systems


training & Development

theory in the development strategies for organization improvement through the training and development function. Sponsored by Portland State University.

 Prerequisite: ELP 429/529 Principles of Training and Development, or program manager’s approval.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

 U ~

4 Credits

INSTRUCTOR DATES

LOCATION GRADE METHOD FEES

64094 Undergraduate 64095 Graduate Katherine Stevens +TBA Sa 9am-4pm Apr 3, 17, May 1, 15, 29 +online Optional Blackboard orientation Sa 8-9:30am Apr 3 PSU 310 GSE PSU 1 Cramer Hall* Portland P/NP Optional $637 Undergrad/$1436 Grad

For credit registration go to www.banweb.pdx.edu. If first-time PSU student, call 503-725-4832.

Examine development methodologies/ processes, principles of task identification, risk mitigation, technical architecture, creative tools, and project manage­ment strategies used in building online training courses. Apply learning theory and project management principles to development of online trainings. Sponsored by Portland State University.



ELP 410/810

1 Credit

E-Learning Strategies



ELP 410/810

1 Credit

Fundamentals of Training

GRADED Summer Term COURSE # INSTRUCTOR

COURSE # INSTRUCTOR DATES

ELP 445/545

Building Online Training COURSE #

Other Training & Development Offerings

LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES

K4373KU Undergraduate K4373KG Graduate Sheri Kendall ThF 8:30am-4:30pm May 6, 7 +TBA Standard Insurance Center* Portland P/NP Opt, A-F $215 Undergrad/$215 Grad $55 Undergrad/$55 Grad Discounts available for members, students and early registration

For registration call Kathleen Bergquist at 503-579-1552, email astd@astdcascadia.org, or go to www.astdcascadia.org.

Through this series of five dynamic workshops led by recognized leaders in the field, polish your skills in needs assessment, course design, training methods, presentation, and technical-skills delivery. Register for single sessions or the entire series to get new ideas, connect with other trainers, and improve your training design and ­delivery. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and American Society of Training and Development.

DATES LOCATION GRADE METHOD COURSE FEE PSU CREDIT FEE SPECIAL FEES GRADED

K1106KU Undergraduate K1106KG Graduate Katherine Stevens ThF 8am-5pm Jun 24, 25 +TBA Standard Insurance Center* Portland A-F $215 Undergrad/$215 Grad $55 Undergrad/$55 Grad Discounts may be available. Contact ASTD for information Week 4

For registration call Kathleen Bergquist at 503-579-1552, email astd@astdcascadia.org, or go to www.astdcascadia.org.

Learn key strategies for managing an e-learning program within an institution. Topics include a review of the full range of e-learning resources and how to evaluate each; building good program design, ­making e-learning a part of an overall organizational strategy, and measuring e-learning results. Offered cooperatively by Portland State University and American Society of Training and Development.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates.

 Prerequisite: ELP 429/529 Principles of Training and Development and ELP 430/530 Course Design and Evaluation, or program manager’s approval.

 Coursework must be completed between term dates. U For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.psuonline.pdx.edu.

TRAININ G & D E V E LOPM E NT C OUR S E S C H E DUL E

CREDITS

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

Contemporary Issues in Training and Development

• 4 • • 3 •

Training Methods

3

Developing Training Materials

3

Leadership of the Training Function

3

Organizational Transformation through Training and Development

3

Instructional Design for Online Training

3

Building Online Training

4

Developing Intercultural Competence for Trainers

3

Methods and Models for Intercultural Training

2

Principles of Training and Development Course Design and Evaluation

3

Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) Exam Prep 2 CPLP Work Product Coaching Group

SUMMER

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B uilding Locations • instr uctor prof iles

PSU PORTLAND CAMPUS

PSU OFF-CAMPUS

PSU Bookstore 1715 SW Fifth Avenue

Hoffmann Hall 1833 SW 11th Avenue

Broadway Housing Building 1977 SW Sixth Avenue

Koinonia House 633 SW Montomery Avenue

Clay Street Building 1433 SW Sixth Avenue Cramer Hall 1721 SW Broadway East Hall 632 SW Hall Street Engineering Building 1930 SW Fourth Avenue Fifth Avenue Business Center 2136 SW Fifth Avenue Fifth Avenue Cinema Building 510 SW Hall Fourth Avenue Building 1900 SW Fourth Avenue Graduate School of ­Education 615 SW Harrison Street

Christ United Methodist Church 12755 SW Dogwood Lane Portland, Oregon Cleveland High School 3400 SE 26th Avenue Portland, Oregon

Lincoln Hall 1620 SW Park Avenue Market Square Building 1515 SW Fifth Avenue Millar Library 1875 SW Park Avenue Native American ­Student and Community Center 710 SW Jackson Street Neuberger Hall 724 SW Harrison Street Ondine Building 1912 SW Sixth Avenue Peter W. Stott Center 930 SW Hall Street School of Business ­Administration 615 SW Harrison Street

Eastbank Commerce Center/HeartSpark 1001 SE Water Avenue Suite 435 Portland, Oregon Intercultural Communication Institute 8835 SW Canyon Lane #238 Portland, Oregon

School of Extended Studies 1515 SW Fifth Avenue

CAPITAL Center 18640 NW Walker Road Beaverton, Oregon

PSU at PCC Cascade 705 N. Killingsworth Street Portland, Oregon

Science Building 1 1025 SW Mill Street

Harmony Campus 7726 SE Harmony Road Portland, Oregon

PSU at PCC Rock Creek 17705 NW Springville Road Portland, Oregon

PSU at Clackamas ­ ommunity College C 19600 S. Molalla Avenue Oregon City, Oregon

PSU at PCC Sylvania 12000 SW 49th Avenue Portland, Oregon

Science Building 2 1719 SW 10th Avenue Shattuck Hall 1914 SW Park Avenue Sixth Avenue Building 1950 SW Sixth Avenue Smith Memorial Student Union 1825 SW Broadway

PSU at Mt. Hood ­Community College 26000 SE Stark Street Gresham, Oregon

PSU Salem Center at Chemeketa ­Community College 4061 Winema Place NE Salem, Oregon

Standard Insurance Center 900 SW Fifth Avenue Portland, Oregon

Still Moving Yoga 10040 SW 25th Avenue Portland, Oregon

Standard Insurance Co 1100 SW Sixth Avenue Portland, Oregon

Studio PIZZAZZ in Mountain Park Plaza 11830 SW Kerr Parkway Suite 390 Lake Oswego, Oregon

Stephen Epler Hall 1136 SW 11th Avenue Unitus Building 2121 SW Fourth Avenue University Place Conference Center 310 SW Lincoln Street Urban Center Building 506 SW Mill Street

Marylhurst University 17600 Pacific Highway (Highway 43) Marylhurst, Oregon Rosemont Ridge Middle School 20001 Salamo Road West Linn, Oregon

Instructor profiles To view instructor profiles, visit the Continuing Education Online Catalog at www.ceed.pdx.edu.

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SW COLUMBIA

SW COLUMBIA

Clay Building SW CLAY

SW CLAY SW FOURTH

SW FIFTH

SW SIXTH

SW BROADWAY

SW PARK

SW PARK AVE

SW 10th

SW 11th

SW 12th

SW 13th

SCHOOL OF

EXTENDED STUDIES Market Square Building

SW MARKET

SW MARKET Helen Gordon Child Center

Harder House

Stratford

Parkway

Science Building 1

Honors

Lincoln Hall

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Market Center Building

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Science Building 2

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Peter W. Stott Community Recreation Field

B L O C K S

Montgomery

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King Albert

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Joseph C. Blumel Hall

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Cramer Hall

Koinonia House

➊ Smith Memorial Student Union

USB

School of Education

PSU Bookstore

➋ ➍

School of Business

SW MONTGOMERY

Academic and Student Rec Center

SW HARRISON

University Center Building

Parking Stucture 1

Neuberger Hall

Fourth Ave Building

SW HALL East Hall Public Safety

City Development Center

Fifth Ave Cinema

Peter W. Stott Center

Ondine

Shattuck Hall

CECS Annex

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West Heating Plant

Engineering Building

SW COLLEGE Shattuck Parking Lot (Guest Parking)

Research Greenhouses

Portland Streetcar MAX Light Rail

• The Broadway

Sixth Avenue Building

SW JACKSON

Native American Student and Community Center

Art Building

SW LINCO

SMITH MEMORIAL STUDENT UNION

Zocá, Sbarro, Miso, Starbucks Coffee, Viking Court Salad Bar, Freshens Smoothie Company, Noah’s Bagels, Grille Works For food court hours, go to www.campusdish.com/en-us/CSW/ PortlandState/Locations/ SmithMemorialFoodCourt.htm.

➋ TRIMET PSU campus is within Free Rail Zone, a large section of downtown Portland where streetcar and MAX are FREE. Bus schedules are available in the Smith Memorial Student Union lobby. For more information, call 503-238-RIDE, or go to www.trimet.org.

➌ MILLAR LIBRARY M–Th 7:30am–11pm; F 7:30am–7pm; Sa 10am–7pm; Su noon–11pm (Hours subject to change. Call 503-725-3065.)

➍ PSU URBAN CENTER PSU Bookstore M–F 7:45am–7pm; Sa 9am–5pm; Su closed Pizzicato M–F 11am–8pm; Sa noon–8pm; Sun noon–4pm Portland Streetcar MAX Green Line

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Science and Education Center SW GRAN

➎ PSU PARKING/TRANSIT INFORMATION

The parking structures and lots are available to faculty, staff, students, and guests of Portland State University. All vehicles must have a valid term permit, faculty and staff permit, daily permit, or guest per­mit to park on campus. Term permits may be pur­chased at the Transportation and Parking Services office, 724 SW Harrison Street, or go to www.transportation.pdx.edu. Daily permits are sold on an availability basis only at the kiosks in Parking Structure 1, 1872 SW Broadway; Parking Structure 3, 1631 SW 12th; and the University Center Garage, Harrison Street between Fifth and Sixth. Please call the PSU Parking Office at 503-725-3442 or go to www.transportation.pdx.edu for rates or more information. PSU provides escorts to your vehicle free of charge. Call Campus Public Safety at 5-4407 from any campus phone, or call 503-725-4407. PSU is located in TriMet’s Free Rail Zone and on the Portland streetcar route. Bus and streetcar passes can be purchased at the PSU parking office.

Unitus Building

University Place

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➏ PUBLIC PARKING

(CITY CENTER PARKING)

➐ C ONTINUING EDUCATION OFFICE Graduate School of Education Building, Room 204, M–F 8am–5pm, phone 503-725-8279

➐ GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION MEDIA LAB (MISL)

M–Th 8:30am–9:30pm; F 8:30am–4:30pm; Sa 8am–4:30pm; Su closed (Hours subject to change. Call 503-725-4607.)

➑ S TUDENT ID All PSU students, including enrollees in courses offered by Continuing Education/Graduate School of Education, can receive an optional student ID card. (Some University services— e.g., library, computer labs— may require ID.) ID cards are available in the Neuberger Hall lobby. For more information go to www.pdx.edu/bao/id-card-services.

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pro gram directory

Graduate School of Education programs for 2010–11 Doctorate in Educational Leadership—EdD

Graduate Certificates

Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Administration; Post-Secondary Adult and Continuing Education (PACE); Special Education and Counselor Education.. . . 503-725-4689

Addictions Counseling.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8165

Master’s—MA, MEd, MS (MAT/MST with other departments)

Infant/Toddler Mental Health.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4628

Counselor Education.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4632

Teaching Adult Learners.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4716

Curriculum and Instruction.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4756 Educational Leadership.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4716 Library Media.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-9786 Special Education.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Children’s and Young Adult Literature.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-9786 Student Services in Higher Education.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4716

Certificates of Completion Autism.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8102 Differentiated Instruction.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8234 Early Childhood Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4628

Master’s and Licensure Programs

E-Learning.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4706

Secondary Dual Educator Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8102

Interpersonal Neurobiology.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4876

Inclusive Elementary Educator Program.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Service-Learning.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8234

School Counseling Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Social Services Competency-Based Training.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-5917

Master in Education with GTEP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4876

Master of Science in Special Education.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Training & Development.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4706

Licensure Programs

Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8102

Bilingual Teacher Pathway.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4704 Bilingual Special Education Program (BiSped).. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4632

Noncredit Certificates of Completion

Continuing Administrator License.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4716

Addictions Counseling.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8165

Early Intervention Special Education.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Graduate Teacher Education Program (part-time).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8234

Interpersonal Neurobiology.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4876

(full-time). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4753

Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4876

Initial Administrator Licensure.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4716

Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8102

International Teacher Education.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4753 Library Media Initial License. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-9786 Pathways to Preparing Culturally Reponsive Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Educators.. . . . . . . 503-725-4632 School Counseling Initial License.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4253 Secondary Dual Educator License, Endorsement, and Master’s.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8201

Social Services Competency-Based Training.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-5917

Other Resources and Services Autism Training and Research Center.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8102 Center for Healthy Inclusive Parenting.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4815 Center for Student Success.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-9519 Early Childhood Training Center.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4815

Special Educator License. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Metropolitan Instructional Support Laboratory.. . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4607

Visually Impaired Learner Initial License.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Research Center on Inclusive and Effective Educational Practices.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619

Endorsements Added Elementary.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8234 AddSped.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8102 ESL/Bilingual.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-8554 Library Media.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-9786 Reading.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4619 ReadOregon Online Reading Endorsement.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-9786

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Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-725-4632


General In formation

Course numbering

Giving an Incomplete

Undergraduate Courses

400-level courses: Undergraduate upper-division courses Graduate Courses

500-level courses: Graduate courses offered in support of master’s degree–level instructional programs 800-level courses: Graduate courses offered in support of improving professional practice and classroom application. These courses have limited application toward advanced degrees. At PSU no more than 15 percent of the coursework toward a Graduate School of Education master’s degree can be 800-level courses. Graduate students admitted to a master’s degree program should check with their advisers about the applicability of any 800-level course to a program of study.

PSU grading system The table below shows how the grading system equates in terms of grade points. Notice that there are no grades of A+, F+, or F-. Grade Grade points Undergraduate Graduate

A A- B+ B B- C+ C

4.00 3.67 3.33 3.00 2.67 2.33 2.00

C- D+ D D- F P NP

1.67 1.33 1.00 0.67 0.00 0.00 0.00

Excellent

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Satisfactory

 elow B graduate standard

Inferior

Failure

Failure Failure Pass (C- or better) Pass (B- or better) No Pass

A Pass (as in the pass/no pass option) will receive credit but no grade point. A passing grade for undergraduates under this system is equivalent to a C- or higher. For graduate students, a passing grade is equivalent to a B- or higher. Students who might wish to apply a course graded P/NP to a graduate program of study should remember that some graduate schools, programs, and advisers will not accept courses graded P/NP.

The instructor may issue an I (Incomplete) after certain criteria are met and satis­fac­tory student-instructor arrangements are made. Students must negotiate and contract with the instructor. The University deadline for completion is one calendar year, although the instructor may set a shorter deadline. I = Incomplete Incomplete mark may be assigned if: 1. Quality of existing work is C- or above 2. Essential work remains to be done 3. Reasons for the incomplete are acceptable to instructor 4. Formal agreement between student and instructor is reached. Under Forms, see Criteria for Assigning an Incomplete. X = No basis for grade X may be used for students who have never attended class or when no work was turned in. Incomplete and X marks can be changed and/or corrected for one year from the end of the term in which the class took place. Beyond that one-year deadline, students must petition to allow the change. A grade of M is issued when no grade has been reported to the Office of Admissions, Records, and Financial Aid. M grades carry no credit and are not included when calculating GPA.

Grade posting dates Note: Grade reports are no longer mailed to students. Grades are available on the Web and accessible to students by going to the PSU Information System at www.banweb.pdx.edu. The system requires you to identify yourself by logging on using your student ID number and an assigned PIN (originally your date of birth). If you are experiencing problems logging on, call 503-725-3511, option 2, and then option 5. Students’ spring term grades will be reflected on PSU’s Web site on: June 16 Requests for official transcripts may be made online, in person, by fax, or by mail through the Office of Admissions, Registration, and Records. Visit www.pdx.edu/registration/transcripts.html for further details on how to request an official transcript, or call 503-725-3401.

Grading and scholastic regulations University policy permits a change in grading option of normal A–F grades or the pass/no pass option through the fourth week of the term. Carefully choose your option at the time of initial registration. To change the grading option of a registered course, process a Special Registration Form. Or you can change a grading option in writing, by phone, or in person through the School of Extended Studies at PSU. Follow the same guidelines as withdrawal/drop and refunds for credit courses described on the registration information page. Grading options can be changed only through the fourth week of the term. Pass/No Pass Option: Students must elect the P/NP option during the registration period. The P/NP option may not be used to repeat a course previously taken for a letter grade or when prohibited for use as a required course for a specific major. Use is limited at the graduate level. Not all courses are offered P/NP. Additionally, nonadmitted students should be aware that some colleges and universities, including PSU, will not accept graduate transfer courses graded P/NP. The instructor may issue an I (Incomplete) when certain criteria are met and satisfactory student-instructor arrangements are made. The University deadline for completion is one calendar year; the instructor may set a shorter deadline. CREDIT/GRADES

Credit hours listed in this catalog refer to quarter hours of credit. If you are taking education courses for a job change, new position, or an increase in salary, we recommend that you allow adequate time for grade posting. Credit Limits

Formal admission to PSU is required when ­registering for more than 8 credits per term in fall, winter, or spring. Nonadmitted students may take up to 8 credits in each of fall, winter, and spring terms, and up to 21 in summer. Admitted graduate students are limited to a maximum of 16 credits in each of all four terms, unless otherwise approved.

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General In f ormation

Student information DIRECTORY-TYPE INFORMATION RELEASE

In accordance with state and federal law, the University has adopted rules to govern the gathering, use, and disclosure of student records, with the aim of guaranteeing the privacy of such records. Under the student record rules, most of the records that the University maintains with regard to a student can be disclosed without a student’s written consent only to the student, University officials, sponsors of financial aid (when the student has applied for or received aid), or government agencies upon receipt of lawful subpoenas. The University can, however, release directory information without obtaining a student’s prior consent. Directory information is limited to the student’s name, address, telephone number, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, number of credits earned, email address, and the fact of enrollment, including whether the student is enrolled full-time or part-time. A student can request that directory information not be disclosed by filing a written request with the Office of the Registrar no later than the last day of the regular registration period for the first quarter of the academic year in which the student enrolls. Full copies of the rules may be obtained at the Office of Student Affairs, 433 Smith Memorial Student Union. Any person who believes the University is failing to comply with its rules or the federal regulations governing student records is urged to bring it to the attention of the University. Complaints of noncompliance may also be filed with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Compliance Office, U.S. Depart­ment of Education, 600 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20202-4605. inclement weather policy

Classes are canceled when the University is officially closed due to weather. To determine if the campus will be closed, call 503-725-3000 (PSU Information Line) or listen to your local TV or radio news station. An instructor may arrange makeup classes. During finals week, exams are postponed. Continuing education Units

The continuing education unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized method of quantifying the time spent in the classroom during noncredit learning. Ten hours of instruction equal one (1) CEU. The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed significant noncredit educational and career enhancement experiences.

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NBCC CERTIFICATION

Portland State University is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education for National Certified Counselors. We adhere to NBCC continuing education guidelines. DRUG INFORMATION

Portland State University is one of 1,100 of the nation’s colleges and universities that have joined together to form the Network of Colleges and Universities Committed to the Elimination of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. In support of the Network commitment and the requirements of the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act and OAR 580-19-001, PSU has produced an informational brochure about alcohol and other drug problems. The brochure includes information about health risks associated with specific drugs, applicable legal and University sanctions for the unlawful possession and/or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol on our campus or at any of our officially sanctioned activities, and University standards of conduct and a description of resources for students interested in treatment. For copies of this brochure or for additional information, please contact PSU Counseling and Psychological Services at 503-725-4423. Religious Holy Days

Any student who, because of religious beliefs, is unable to attend classes on a particular day shall be excused from attendance requirements and from any examination or other assignment on that day. The student shall make up the examination or other assignment missed because of absence. Students should make arrangements with faculty members prior to the holy day. TRANSFERABILITY OF CREDITS TO OTHER INSTITUTIONS

Portland State University is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, the official accrediting agency for the region, and is listed with an AG symbol for credit course acceptance in Transfer Credit Practices of Designated Educational Institutions. These are the general criteria for determining transferability of credit to academic degree programs at other regionally accredited institutions. Due to the specialized nature of various degree programs, students who plan to complete degree requirements at another institution through transfer of credit are advised to determine acceptability at their home institution in advance of enrollment at Portland State University.

Student services ADDRESS CHANGE

To change your address, go to www.pdx.edu/ registration/forms.html. Click on Student Information Change. Students are responsible for notifying the Registration Office when their address changes. Addresses may also be changed in person at the Registration windows, Neuberger Hall lobby, or by checking the New address or name boxes on your completed registration form (back of this catalog). You should also file a new forwarding address with the U.S. Postal Service. You may also change your phone number via this service. Daily Parking on PSU Campus

Due to the limited number of parking spaces on the University campus, daily permits are sold on an availability basis to students, faculty, staff, and guests (or students without campus ID). Day passes can be purchased at the kiosk in the University Center Building, located on the corner of SW Harrison at Fifth Avenue (entrance on Harrison); in Parking Structure 3, located between Montgomery and Market with entrances on 12th and 13th; and in Parking Structure 1 (on Friday and Saturday only) located between Hall and Harrison with entrance on Sixth. Kiosks accept cash only. Additionally, there are two floors of meters in Structure 1 with two-to-four-hour limits. Do not park in reserved or carpool spaces. Daily parking is also available at University Place (formerly the DoubleTree), 310 SW Lincoln, and beneath the Fourth Avenue Building, 1900 SW Fourth Avenue, enter from Fourth at College Avenue. Pay on-site at the booths. For more parking options, go to the campus parking Web site at www.transportation.pdx.edu. Safety escort to your vehicle: PSU provides escorts to your vehicle free of charge. Call Campus Public Safety at 5-4407 from any campus phone, or call 503-725-4407. TriMet’s Free Rail Zone: PSU is located in TriMet’s Free Rail Zone and on the Portland streetcar route. Students enrolled in accredited programs at PSU qualify for a discount student bus pass and annual streetcar pass. Please contact the Information and Transportation Center at 503-725-9005 for details and information. Bus and streetcar passes can be purchased at the PSU parking office.


General In formation

DISABilit y resource center

OFFERINGS IN WASHINGTON

For more INFORMATION

Portland State University supports the right of equal access to its activities by participants with disabilities. If you require special accommodation, please call 503-725-4150 at least three weeks before the scheduled start date of the class or event.

Portland State University is authorized by the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board (HECB) and meets the requirements and minimum educational standards established for degree-granting institutions under the Degree- Granting Institutions Act. This authori­zation is subject to periodic review and authorizes Portland State University to offer credit-bearing teacher education courses. Authorization by the HECB does not carry with it an endorsement by the board of the institution or its programs. Any person desiring information about the requirements of the act or the applicability of those requirements to the institution may contact the HECB at P.O. Box 43430, Olympia, WA 98504-3430.

Continuing Education/Graduate School of Education, Portland State University, Graduate School of Education, Room 204, 615 SW Harrison, PO Box 751, Portland, OR 97207; 503-725-4670; or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4670. Visit our Web site at www.ceed.pdx.edu. Note: See the end of this section for the official PSU Continuing Education registration form.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Portland State University supports equal opportunity in admissions, education, employ­ment, and the use of facilities by ­prohibiting discrimination in those areas based on race, color, creed or religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status. This policy implements state and federal law (including Title IX). Inquiries should be directed to the Office of Affirmative Action, 122 Cramer Hall; 503-725-4417; TTY 503-725-6503. ID CARDS

PSU OneCards are provided to registered students of the University. PSU OneCards serve as the official Portland State University form of identification. For students, this card will be valid any term they are enrolled. For details on the PSU OneCard, go to www.pdx.edu/bao/ psu-onecard or call PSU ID Operations at 503-725-8333. LIBRARY

While a student ID may facilitate your use of the PSU library, you can present your registration confirmation or fee receipt, along with another piece of identification, at the library circulation desk. Students taking courses for credit, regardless of duration, will have PSU library access during the term the course is offered. Students enrolled in noncredit courses that meet for more than one week will also have library privileges for that term. Students will not have library access if they are enrolled in noncredit courses meeting for less than a week and participate in no other PSU course. Please note that ID cards are required to use all PSU computer labs.

RECORDS/TRANSCRIPTS

PSU Continuing Education course registrations and records are integrated with and maintained by the Office of the Registrar, Portland State University. Your credit registration creates a PSU academic record. Transcript requests for Continuing Education courses, and all subsequent PSU coursework, should be sent to: Registrar’s Office, Portland State University, PO Box 1389, Portland, OR 97207-1389. Transcript fee: $4 per copy. For a recorded message about how to order a transcript, please call 503-725-3401. College and university credits earned through Independent Study are centrally recorded by PSU’s Office of the Registrar. Transcripts must be ordered by written, signed letter or by a Transcript Request form (a copy of which is provided with each final examination). The transcript form is also available at www.pdx.edu/registration/ transcripts.html. Transcript requests can be faxed to 503-725-8180. Unofficial transcripts may be printed off the PSU Web site. See Accessing the PSU Information System on the next page.

The Undergraduate Advising and Support Center (UASC) provides transition services for newly admitted and enrolled students and serves as a central information and referral point for students seeking campus services and resources. Services available to students in the Graduate School of Education include group workshops offered through the center and use of the resource library. Examples of workshops include time management, effective study strategies, note taking, and test taking. The resource library contains materials gathered from various academic and service departments of interest to students. Workshops begin at various dates throughout the term. We recommend registration no later than one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid disappointment in securing your place in class. All University policies apply. 503-725-4005. Educational licensing requirements

Contact Deb Miller, PSU licensing director: 503-725-4758 millerd@pdx.edu Or contact the State of Oregon, Teacher ­Standards and Practices Commission: tspc@state.or.us www.tspc.state.or.us

Student Health insurance eligibilit y

Courses offered through Continuing Education are self-support. Self-support course credits are not eligible for the student health fee/basic insurance or extended insurance.

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H ow to Re g ister

Registration information Advance registration

Note: Continuing Education courses require registration in advance. To avoid disappointment, please call the cooperative agency or Continuing Education/Graduate School of Education at 503-725-4832 or 1-800-547-8887 ext 4832 and confirm that the course is being offered and space is available. Only persons who have preregistered will be notified of class cancellations. See the payment instructions under the registration options. Social Securit y Number Disclosure and Statement

Upon admission, students are assigned a unique and randomly generated identification number. This primary identification number is permanently associated with students’ academic records. It is also used by students to access their confidential enrollment and registration records included in the University’s Student Information System. Although Social Security numbers are not used as a primary student identifier, the University collects this information for all students. It is important for the University to have knowledge of the student SSN in order to maintain security of records among students of the same name, to provide financial aid benefits, for federal tax reporting purposes, and to assist the Oregon University System (OUS) in its ongoing institutional research and assessments. Before You Register

Re-enrollment: Students admitted to PSU who have not been enrolled at PSU for three consecutive terms (excluding summer) must complete a re-enrollment application form and submit it to the Office of Admissions and Records in Neuberger Hall. Official transcripts must be submitted from each institution attended since leaving PSU. Registration holds: If there is a hold on your record, you will be denied registration. Holds are placed for past due accounts, missing admissions data or measles documentation, and other reasons. If you have a hold and need further information, contact the Registration Office during regular business hours, 503-725-3511, option 2, and then option 5.

How To Register FOR COOPERATIVE COURSES

These courses have two sponsors, the cooperating agency and PSU. Please refer to and use the agency’s phone number listed under each course title. You must register in advance; the agency will inform you of and assist you with all registration procedures and review any class updates or changes. HOW TO REGISTER For PSU Open Enrollment Cl asses

If PSU is featured as the only sponsor in the course description, then please follow the directions below: ONLINE—FOR CREDIT COURSES: Register online

at www.banweb.pdx.edu. See the following online PSU registration instructions. Credit card service fees may apply. You must have an active record in the PSU student database in order to register for classes through www.banweb.pdx.edu. If you have previously registered through PSU Admissions, you are ready to proceed. If you have difficulties, contact the School of Extended Studies, 503-72-LEARN, or 1-800-547-8887 ext 3276. ONLINE—FOR NONCREDIT COURSES: Register

online at www.ceed.pdx.edu/pware.php. BY MAIL: Use the form provided in this catalog (back of catalog). For additional registrations, please photocopy the form or provide the information on a separate sheet of paper. To ensure that your registration is processed accurately, please provide all information requested. Abbreviate course titles as necessary. Make checks payable to Portland State University. Mail to School of Extended Studies-XS, PO Box 1393, Portland, OR 97207-1393. Payment may also be made by Visa or MasterCard. Include the complete account number, expiration date, and name of cardholder. School district or company vouchers or other billing documents must be attached to the registration form. Odin account manager (OAM)

All students with existing PSU accounts (email, wireless, Blackboard, desktop, or computer lab login) are now required to manage their accounts through the new Odin Account Manager (OAM) system. If you do not register your current account through OAM, you may not be abe to access certain functions, including email, file storage, Web sites, wireless access, Blackboard, computers in campus labs, and the PSU Information System (grades, receipts, personal information, etc.). To register your account through OAM and avoid being locked out of your accounts, please visit www.oam.pdx.edu.

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BY TELEPHONE: If you use Visa or MasterCard,

please call 503-725-4832 or toll-free 1-800-547-8887 ext 4832. You will need to know the course number, course title, and the course fee when you register. BY FAX: Use the registration form on the last page. Include Visa or MasterCard number. (Company purchase order numbers are also accepted.) Fax to 503-725-9734. IN PERSON: At the School of Extended Studies, 1515 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland State University. Regular hours are Monday through Friday, 8am–5pm.

Quick Entry Application Becoming a Quick Entry student is fast and easy. Go to the online Quick Entry form at https:// banweb.pdx.edu/pls/oprd/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon and choose First time user account creation. The online process takes only a few minutes to complete and generates a student record and ID number so you may begin the registration process as soon as possible. Make sure to have your credit card available when enrolling online; a nonrefundable $25 processing fee applies and is charged to your credit card as part of the form-completion process.

Accessing the PSU Information System PSU ID and PIN: You must enter your PSU identification number and personal identification number (PIN) to gain access to the PSU Information System. The PSU ID is a PSU-issued nine-digit number beginning with 9. Your initial PIN is a six-digit number: the month, day, and year of your birth. For example, if you were born on April 1, 1960, your PIN would be 040160. You will be required to change your initial PIN upon your first login. Forgot your PIN? If you have previously logged in and created a security question and answer, you can enter your PSU ID and then click on the Forgot PIN? button. After providing the correct answer to your security question, you will be allowed to change your PIN. If you need more information, please call the help desk at 503-725-3511, option 2, and then option 5.

Login 1. G  o to the PSU registration and records Web site: www.banweb.pdx.edu. 2. Select PSU Information System. 3. Enter your PSU ID and PIN.


How to Re gister

Registration, Add/Drop With each successful login, you will see your name on the main menu page. This confirms your record. 1. F rom the main menu page, select Student Services and Financial Aid. 2. Click on the Registration link. 3. V  erify your current student information and continue to registration menu. 4. Select and submit the term of registration. 5. Select Add/Drop Classes. 6. O  n the add/drop page, enter the CRN (course #) of the desired course in the Add Class section. 7. Select Submit Changes. Important: You are not yet registered. 8. R  epeat steps to register for additional classes. 9. W  hen you are finished, click the Complete Your Registration link at the bottom of the page. 10. The registration fee assessment page will appear. 11. To confirm your schedule, click the Return to Menu button at the top of the page. 12. Select Student Schedule by Day and Time or Student Detail Schedule to display your registration information.

Logout 1. Click the Exit button at the top of the page. 2. If using a shared computer, clear your browser’s cache to guarantee privacy of data.

Withdrawal/Drop And Refunds For Credit Courses

Notification of withdrawal or drop may be made: By phone: To School of Extended Studies, 503-725-4832, with notification in writing to follow. In writing: Providing your name and ID number and identifying the course number and title, send to School of Extended Studies-XS, Portland State University, PO Box 1393, Portland, OR 97207-1393. In person: At School of Extended Studies, 1515 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland State University. Written requests are required for refunds for credit courses. Refunds are computed from the date postmarked on the written drop notification or at the time of the in-person drop, based on the following schedule. The schedule applies to courses following the term schedule; however, for courses held for a shorter duration, the refund schedule is applied on a prorated basis. Withdrawal date Refund

Class cancellation Prior to first class Prior to third week Prior to fourth week Prior to fifth week

100% 100% 85% 50% 25%

Cancell ations

Classes in Continuing Education are offered on a self-support basis; therefore, a decision to hold the class is based on enrollment. If insufficient enrollment or any other significant reason necessitates canceling a course, an effort will be made to contact those students who have preregistered, and tuition will be refunded. However, often a decision about whether or not to hold a course is not possible until the first class meeting. Cancellation of courses offered cooperatively with other agencies may differ. Please refer to course description and contact the cooperative agency. Term Dates

Efficient and effective management of registration materials within automated systems requires that registration be received at Portland State University by deadline dates. Registrations received after this deadline are included as next term registrations. Refer to individual course descriptions for term dates.

Refunds may be applied to any outstanding indebtedness to Portland State University. Withdrawal/Drop And Refunds For NoncrediT CLASSES

Notification of withdrawal or drop should be given, and requests for refunds for noncredit courses must be received at least one week prior to the first class session. Refunds will not be given after this time. Refunds may be applied to any outstanding indebtedness at PSU. Withdrawal or drop may be: By phone: To the School of Extended Studies, 503-725-4832, with notification in writing to follow. In writing: Providing your name and ID number and identifying the course number and title, send to School of Extended Studies-XS, Portland State University, PO Box 1393, Portland, OR 97207-1393. In person: At School of Extended Studies, 1515 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland State University.

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Graduate School of E d ucation

CRN

department

COURSE NO

SECTION NO

COURSE

credits

DAYS

Times

INSTRUCTOR

The following classes offered by the Graduate School of Education appear in the regular online Portland State University schedule. They are open-enrollment classes—available to all students—and listed here for your convenience. Please be sure to check the online PSU schedule for any updates or changes to these classes: www.sa.pdx.edu/soc.

60722 60722 64559 60729

COUN COUN COUN COUN

407 407 441 507

1 1 2 1

SEM: ANGER MANAGEMENT SEM: ANGER MANAGEMENT INTRO TO COUNSELING SEM: ANGER MANAGEMENT

1 1 3 1

F S R S

1730-2130 900-1600 1840-2120 900-1600

Huffine Huffine Maynard Huffine

60729 60736 60740 64577

COUN COUN COUN SPED

507 510 568 410

1 1 1 2

SEM: ANGER MANAGEMENT TOP: GRIEF & LOSS CAREER LIFEST PLAN TOP: HIST CONTEMP ISSUES DISAB

1 2 3 3

F M W M

1730-2130 1840-2020 1600-1830 1600-1830

Huffine Smith Anctil Stanovich

63137 63139 63138 63141

SPED SPED SPED SPED

417 418 418 419

1 2 3 1

INTRO TO SPECIAL EDUCATION SURVEY OF EXCEPTNL LEARNERS SURVEY OF EXCEPTNL LEARNERS PRINCIPLES OF SPED

4 3 3 3

R M W M

1600-1830 1600-1830 900-1150 1600-1830

64578 63161 63159 63162

SPED SPED SPED SPED

510 518 518 519

1 2 3 1

TOP: HIST CONTEMP ISSUES DISAB SURVEY OF EXCEPTNL LEARNERS SURVEY OF EXCEPTNL LEARNERS PRINCIPLES OF SPED

3 3 3 3

M M W M

1600-1830 1600-1830 900-1150 1600-1830

Stanovich Downs

60650 60682 64542 60680

CI CI CI CI

410 510 510 510

17 17 18 19

TOP: ECE SEM III: CHILDREN ART TOP: ECE SEM III: CHILDREN ART TOP: CNSTRCTIVST CURR & BIG ID TOP: LIT IN CLASSROOM, K–12

1 1 3 3

M

1600-1830

Elliott Elliott Mahler Shrier

64543 60695 64546 60714

CI CI CI CI

510 529 545 561

20 1 1 1

TOP: INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP SCHOOL RDG PROGRAM LDRSHP EDUCATING EARLY ADOLESCENTS ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY

3 3 3 3

T T T R

1800-2120 1600-1830 1600-1830 1600-1830

Temple Lenski Caskey

64547 60717 65069 60718

CI CI CI CI

561 565 565 573

2 1 2 1

ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY THEORTCL MODELS OF CURR THEORTCL MODELS OF CURR ASMT EARLY CHILD ED

3 3 3 3

R R R M

1600-1830 1840-2120 1840-2120 1600-1830

Finkel Thieman Parnell

61546 64567 60966 60968

LIB ELP ELP ELP

428 410 410U 451

1 1 DD1 1

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LIST OF COURSES ADD/ADHD: Positive Alternatives,  64 Adolescent Literature: Middle to High School Levels,  41 Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents,  64 Advanced Clinical Supervision: An Integrative Approach to Collaborative Practice,  33 American Literature for Educators,  42 An Integrated Approach to Wellness 2: Physical Connections to Learning,  18 An Integrated Approach to Wellness 3: Social and Emotional Connections to Learning,  18 An Integrated Approach to Wellness 4: Application of Wellness Principles,  18 An Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health,  15 Art of the Ancient World for Educators,  6 Art Projects with Pizzazz,  6 Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Interventions for Effective Teaching,  65 Audio and Video Production for the Classroom,  8 Authentic Assessment with the Brain in Mind,  19 Authors! Authors! Authors! Series 21C,  42 Autism: Functional Behavioral Support and Strategies for Working with Families,  63 Autism Practicum: Application of Functional Behavioral Support Strategies,  63 Behavior Is Language: New Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behaviors,  65 Being a Brain-Wise Practitioner III: States, Traits, and Neuroplasticity,  37 Bilingual Children: Program Models, Assessment, and Classroom Methods, Ages 2–5,  15 Boy Readers / Boy Writers,  40 Brain-Based Learning,  19 Brain Gym for the Classroom,  19 Brain Gym Fundamentals,  19 Bringing Social Studies Alive,  19 British Literature for Educators,  42 Building a Classroom Community,  19 Building a Strong Foundation: The First Weeks of School,  20 Building Online Training,  69 Challenging Indifference: Creating Schools Where Boys Thrive,  30

Contemporary Children’s and Young Adult Literature,  40, 49

Foundations of Substance Abuse Counseling,  35

Counseling Skills for Classroom Teachers,  20

From Good Teacher to Great: Teach with Your Strengths,  23

Creating a Caring Classroom: Practical Strategies to Avoid Common Classroom Problems,  21

From Government Cheese to PhDs: Strategies for Working with Students and Families in Poverty,  30

Creating a Poetry-Friendly Classroom,  43

Fundamentals of Training,  69

Creating a Sustainable Future: Integrating Wellness and Environmental Education,  21, 38, 65

Geography for Educators,  23

Multiple Intelligences: Teaching Successfully to All Students,  25

Gift of Words: Enriching Students’ Vocabulary,  44

NW Native American Oral History and Cultural Arts, K–12,  29

Creating Time: Teacher TimeManagement Strategies,  21

Global Literature, K–12,  40

Creative Math! A Hands-On Approach to Teaching Mathematics through the Standards, Grades 5–12,  51

Hands-on Literature,  44

Online Pedagogy: Teaching and Designing Effective Online Mathematics Courses,  53

Deepening Your Understanding of Number Sense and Operations, Grades 3–8,  51 Designing the Successful Classroom,  22 Design Your Own Course: A DistrictBased Research Approach,  21 Developing a Reading Workshop Classroom,  43 Developing Students’ Language and Communication Skills,  44 Differentiated Instructional Strategies: Teacher-Friendly Ways to Address the Needs of Diverse Classroom Populations,  22, 65 Differentiated Math: No Problem!,  52

Group Supervision,  34 Harassment, Bullying, and CyberIntimidation in Schools,  23 How Do People Learn a Second Language,  57 How to Best Use Your TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Grades 6 and Up,  52 Humor in the Classroom: Exploring Strategies to Make Teaching and Learning Fun,  24 Ignite the Spark: Discover What Lights You Up and Your Natural Ability to Achieve It,  24 iMovie: Digital Video in the Classroom,  9 Impact of Language and Culture in the Classroom,  58

Optimal Brain Organization,  26 Organizational Transformation through Training & Development,  68 Organization of Library Media Collections,  50 Pacific Northwest History: A Secondary-Classroom Perspective,  29 Photoshop Elements: Digital Imaging in the Classroom,  10 Photoshop Elements Online and PowerPoint for Educators,  10 Picture Books and 21st-Century Literacies,  50 Poverty 101: Understanding Poverty,  39 Practicum: Elementary Library Media Center,  50

Infusing Critical and Creative Thinking into Your Classroom,  24

Practicum: High School Library Media Center,  50

Digital Visual Imagery for Educators,  8

Instruction for Children Prenatally Affected by Drugs or Alcohol,  24

Practicum: Middle or Junior High Library Media Center,  50

Instructional Strategies and Assessment of Student Learning,  16

Practicum: ReadOregon,  41

Disabilities: A Medical Primer,  66 Double Doodle: A Window to Whole Brain Vision,  22 Drawing to Strengthen Literacy for Younger Children, Grades K–3,  6 Drugs and Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use and Abuse,  39 Early Literacy: Teaching Reading and Writing in the K–3 Classroom,  16 Early North American History to the Civil War for Educators,  28 Effective Teaching Strategies and Materials for Working with Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students,  58

Integrated Arts for the Classroom Teacher,  7 Integrating Mental Health Treatment into Primary Care,  32

Reading Fundamentals: The Elements of Effective Reading Instruction and Assessment,  46

Issues in Restructuring Education,  25

E-Learning Strategies for Online Instruction,  8

Launching the K–2 Writing Workshop,  45 Launching the Writing Workshop in the Middle Grades,  45

Learning Styles: Teaching to the Differences Among Us,  25

Children’s Books: Curriculum Connections,  43

Enriching Your Classroom with Art— You Can Do It!,  6

Children’s Books: Folk and Fairy Tales, Fables and More,  43

Environmental Studies with Math Applications: Levels Middle School, High School, and College,  52

Lies My History Teacher Told Me: Alternative Interpretations to U.S. History,  28

Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher,  66

Literature Circles: Reading Successfully in the Intermediate Grades,  45

ESL and Bilingual Program Design and Models Serving Students Learning English,  57

Literature for At-Risk Students,  49

Circles of Support: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Related Disorders,  62

ESL/Bilingual Endorsement Portfolio Workshop,  59

Making a Difference: Classroom Instruction that Works,  25

Essentials of Writing Instruction,  44 Ethical Decision Making for Clinicians,  38

Making Statistics Come Alive with the TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Part I,  52

Civics for Educators,  20 Class Meetings: The Way to a Well-Disciplined Classroom,  20

Ethics and Legal Issues in Clinical Supervision,  34

Clinical Supervision,  34

Explore Math Connections! A Curriculum for All Students of the Millennium, Grades 4–9,  52

Connecting Art and Math, Grades 3–7,  6

Expository Writing Exposed,  44

Constructivist Curriculum: Big Ideas in ECE,  15

Family-Based Therapeutic Strategies: Coaching Adoptive and Foster Parents,  31

Reading and Dyslexia,  66

Introduction to Teaching with Technology,  9

Language Study for Teachers, K–12,  41

Exploring the Internet 3, Advanced,  9

Putting Adoption Therapy into Practice,  32

Reading Fundamentals: Laying the Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction,  46

E-Learning Strategies,  69

Concepts for K–8 Health and Fitness,  20

Productivity Tools for Teachers,  11

Interpersonal Neurobiology at Work III: Mindsight in Leadership, Relationships, Results, and Resilience,  37

E-Learning Development Leadership,  7

Exploring the Internet 2, Intermediate,  9

Principles of Training & Development,  68

Reading Fundamentals: An Introduction to Scientifically Based Research,  46

Language for Learning: The Power of Words,  44

Exploring the Internet 1, Beginning,  9

Practicum: ESL/Bilingual Endorsement,  58

Interpersonal Neurobiology Applications: Mental Health and Addictions,  37

Engaging in Science: Ecology and Evolution for Classroom Teachers,  60

Computer Applications for the Classroom,  8

Multiple Intelligences and BrainCompatible Learning in the Mathematics Classroom,  53

Difficult Conversations: Schools and Families Working Together,  22

Child and Adolescent Literature for Educators,  42

Community Mental Health for Returning Veterans,  32

Multicultural Storytelling,  49

Differentiation: Second Stage,  22

Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children,  38

Children’s Literature, K–5,  40

Multicultural Perspective of U.S. History,  28

Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms,  66

Empowering and Strengthening Self-Reliance and Responsibility in Students,  23

Children’s Books Old and New: Authors and Illustrators, Too,  43

Multicultural Literature for Educators,  46

Literature-Based Writing,  45

Making Statistics Come Alive with the TI-83+/84+ Calculator, Part I I,  53 Managing Training,  69 Meaningful Math: No Problem!,  53 Mechanics of Writing for the K–12 Classroom,  45 MediaBlender: Project-Based Learning with Multimedia,  10 Moodle for Teachers,  10 More Teacher Time-Management Strategies,  25 Movie Maker: Digital Video in the Classroom,  10

Reading Leadership in Middle and High Schools,  41 Reading Portland: Narratives about a City,  26 Science and Math through Multiple Intelligences and Brain-Based Learning: Levels Middle School, High School, and College,  54 Science Inquiry for the Constructivist Teacher, Grades K–8,  61 Science in the Multicultural K–8 Classroom,  60 Secondary Trauma and How to Reconcile Its Impact,  36 Service-Learning Design and Practice: Instructional Strategies for Community Engagement,  17 Solving Reading Problems, Levels Middle to High School,  47 Story Writing Using Science Concepts and Reading Strategies,  47 Structure of Language for Educators,  47 Survey of Exceptional Learners,  64 Talented and Gifted: Working with High Achievers,  67 Teaching Algebra II with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator,  54 Teaching Basic Trigonometry with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator,  54 Teaching College Algebra with the TI-83+/84+ Graphing Calculator,  54 Teaching Diversity: Influences and Issues in the Classroom,  59 Teaching Mathematics through Multiple Intelligences, Grades K–5,  54

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