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EITP | Early Intervention Training Program

EITP sponsors numerous training events each year that support the mission and vision of the Illinois Early Intervention System. Our "Non-EITP Events" calendar also includes events from other sponsoring entities that have been reviewed by EITP for Early Intervention credit. These events are shared as training resources to the field.

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L&L Courses | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Intended for elementary and middle school teachers, this course is an introduction to informational, or nonfiction children's literature. Students will explore the importance of including informational literature in the curriculum, how to select informational children's literature, and methods for teaching with informational text and for ...

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Bill Cope | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) This course addresses the ways in which knowledge is represented, with special reference to the knowledge representations of teachers and learners. Its interdisciplinary bases are functional linguistics, semiotics, philosophy, history of ideas, media/communication studies, and ontology in computer science. ...

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Undergraduate Programs | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) This fee is assessed via a “course” that shows on a students registration for the term assessed as EDPR 203. This EDPR 203 “course” does not appear on transcripts or carry any course credit, but is a means by which students are assessed the program required clinical fee for K-12 supervision.

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Online Doctor of Education (EdD) | College of …

Posted: (52 years ago) The program consists of online video synchronous sessions that meet once per week, Monday – Thursday anytime between 4:00pm – 9:00pm CST. These sessions are required and are designed for you to interact with your course instructors and peers synchronously for enriched learning experiences.

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DELTA Courses | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will also examine arguments about how the changes in technology influences the speed (and depth) of thought, attention disorders and the use of technology, and consider how the management of attention is a key tool for learners to develop. CI 499: Critiques of Educational Technology.

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Current Students | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) 4 days ago. Professor Samuel A. Kirk was born on a farm in 1904. On rainy days the farmhands would gather around Kirk as he gave them reading lessons.

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Online & Off-Campus Students | College of Education | …

Posted: (52 years ago) Dropping a Non-Credit Course. A student may drop a non-credit course only by submitting a Non-credit Change of Status form. If a student drops a course before the first day of instruction, there is an 80% refund of course costs if our CITL office receives the Non-credit Change of Status form by 5 p.m. (CST) the day before the class starts.

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Search Programs and Courses | College of …

Posted: (52 years ago) Course examines teaching in the elementary grades. Students will focus on a number of related topics, including classroom management, instructional design, personal and professional attributes of effective teachers, and multicultural perspectives. Coursework is integrated with field assignments in public elementary schools.

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Online Programs | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Explore. Enroll. Excel. Our online programs offer busy professionals a valuable investment in their future. Earn certificates, endorsements, and degrees from world-class faculty and researchers who lead the field. Our programs are backed by a College with a superb reputation for technological innovation; from one of the top-ranked public universities in the world.

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Search Programs and Courses | College of Education | …

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Enrollment and Academic Issues | College of Education …

Posted: (52 years ago) Late course adds require the approval of the instructor and the College of Education Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs. LATE COURSE DROP. Students may drop sixteen-week courses without academic penalty during the first eight weeks of the semester providing the drop does not result in part-time status.

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Master of Education | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Online Course Technical Support Services: IT Partners @ Education at (217) 244-7005 or [email protected]education.illinois.edu; Email and Passwords Support Services: Campus Technology Services at (217) 244-7000 or [email protected]; Technology Resources

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MSE Courses | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course provides an overview of theoretical models regarding the teaching and learning of geometry. At the same time, the course provides opportunities for discussing practical issues of teaching geometry with work on geometrical problems and laboratory sessions using dynamic geometry. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a graduate program.

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Current Graduate Students | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Information regarding currently available courses is found on Course Explorer. It is the student’s responsibility to register for courses using Self-Service by the deadline each term. When registering for courses, please make sure to register for the correct section, credit hours, and part of term.

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Course Information - EPOL 409 | College of Education | …

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Credit Hours: 2-4. Education as a social process in various cultures and historical periods, emphasizing current systems in Westernized countries. See Course in Course Explorer. Credit Information: Same as EPS 420. 3 undergraduate hours. 2 or 4 graduate hours. Differential credit will be based on additional assignments and requirements ...

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Instructional Design MasterTrack Certificate | College …

Posted: (52 years ago) The course addresses two important needs of educators. First, educators should be aware of recent developments in the area of instructional technology. Second, educators must be able to select, develop, and effectively use appropriate instructional technologies to enhance learning and communication.

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Plan of Study | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Content Area Course Requirements . Content Area Courses: These courses may have been completed as part of your undergrad program.If not they will need to be completed as part of your graduate program. An audit will be completed after admission and you will be notified of any deficiencies.

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CI 480 | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is no longer offered. Please search courses for an available course. Apply ...

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Graduate Programs | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Join us in redefining the art and science of education for the 21st century. Our highly ranked graduate programs at the College of Education prepare master's and doctoral students to deal with the most challenging issues in education. Here you will be mentored by world-class faculty who themselves are leading researchers in their fields.

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Doctor of Education | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Online Course Technical Support Services: IT Partners @ Education at (217) 244-7005 or [email protected]education.illinois.edu Email and Passwords Support Services: Campus Technology Services at (217) 244-7000 or [email protected]

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H Chad Lane | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will be structured around three themes: (1) review of empirical research on the design of apps for learning and health education, (2) review and analysis of existing apps for educational contexts, and (3) hands-on creation of apps using existing toolkits for design and implementation (e.g., AppInventor2). In the course, you will ...

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Certificate of Specialization | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Online Course Technical Support Services: IT Partners @ Education at (217) 244-7005 or [email protected]education.illinois.edu; Email and Passwords Support Services: Campus Technology Services at (217) 244-7000 or [email protected]; Technology Resources

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Nathan Castillo | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) This course will review basic definitions, explore current and new efforts to utilize ICTs in educational contexts, and compare how context and culture affect learning and teaching outcomes that utilize technology. A particular focus in this course will be on how ICTs are deployed in high-poverty contexts where diversity can make ICT4D ...

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EPOL 475 | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Credit Hours: 3-4 The ability to analyze work is a fundamental skill for individuals interested in human resource development. Work analysis is necessary for identifying job standards, designing training programs, performance support systems, evaluating work performance, and perhaps most importantly improving performance.

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Michael Tissenbaum | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Tech Applications for Teachers (CI 435) In this course, students will dive in-depth into the opportunities and challenges of integrating technology into formal K-12 classrooms. Students will get a chance to critically examine a range of learning technologies, including examples of their use and approaches for assessing their efficacy.

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Online Certificates of Specialization | College of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Earn a certificate in two to five courses, depending on the concentration. Certificates of Specialization are issued by the Illinois College of Education but are non-transcriptable. To receive your certificates, once you have completed the course work, please contact the Office of Online Programs. Bilingual/Bi-cultural.

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Mary Kalantzis | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course focuses on approaches to literacy teaching and learning, but course participants can address parallel examples from other discipline areas and across all levels of education. As a counterpoint, it also reflects on the practicalities of learning knowledge-making in informal as well as consciously designed learning environments.

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Rochelle Gutierrez | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course is designed for students interested in reflecting on their own educational histories, for those considering careers in teaching, and for all future parents and citizens needing to be able to reflect critically on justice, school, and society. This section is restricted to students who are in …

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Doctor of Education Degree | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Requirements for Ed.D. Students. All students admitted to a Doctor of Education degree program must fulfill Graduate College requirements for the doctoral degree, departmental requirements, and the following College of Education minimum requirements on …

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EPOL 590 | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Credit Hours: 4 Seminar in educational policy studies; sections offered in the following fields: (a) history of education; (b) philosophy of education; (c) comparative education; (d) social foundations of education; (e) philosophy of educational research; and (f) historical methods in education.

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Teaching Endorsement in Computer Science | College …

Posted: (52 years ago) The course work is designed to provide current teachers with computer science content knowledge while reflecting and discussing on the process of learning computer science. Specifically, the course work enables students to: Acquire knowledge and skills that are core to computer science, including: computer programming, discrete mathematics ...

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Johnell Bentz | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Fellow, AT&T Technology, AT&T Foundation (College of Education), 1999 - 2003. Service. Community Choices Cooperative, 2013 - 2017. Courses. The Culture of Disability (SPED 117) The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to the culture of disability across the lifespan.

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Certificate of Specialization | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Online Course Technical Support Services: IT Partners @ Education at (217) 244-7005 or [email protected]education.illinois.edu; Email and Passwords Support Services: Campus Technology Services at (217) 244-7000 or [email protected]; Technology Resources

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James Scholar FAQs | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) No, course-related James Scholar projects have NO effect on the students grade in the course. However, if you do not complete the requirement in the fall you will not be invited to participate in the spring. If you complete it in the fall and do not complete it in the spring, you will not have James Scholar notation on your transcript for that ...

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Jessica Hardy | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Course readings, lectures, and activities address how leaders in the field affect change in special education through grant writing, professional development, and the implementation and evaluation of innovative programs and practices. Course is restricted to …

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James Scholar Honors Program Overview and Project …

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description: Students will expand their capacity for communication, collaboration and team leadership to navigate the complexities of the university and beyond. In this course, students will learn communication strategies to work with others and practice self-awareness, self-management, and interpersonal communication skills in a ...

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Laurie Andrews | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is restricted to Special Education majors or consent of instructor. Instructional Strategies I (SPED 440) Course is designed to provide participants with information on effective instructional practices for working with students with disabilities. Participants are provided with information on generic strategies and principles of ...

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EITP | FAQ Online Trainings

Posted: (52 years ago) You can print your certificates for each EITP online training you complete in Moodle. To generate a certificate, make sure you open the link to the evaluation/survey at the end of the training, and follow the link to a survey regarding the training. It is optional to fill out the survey. Next, return to the course …

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Curtis Mason | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed for students interested in reflecting on their own experiences as learners by critically examining their socially constructed identities and "ways of knowing" and the societal implications of these experiences. It is also for those considering careers in teaching, and anyone interested in reflecting on how issues of ...

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Preparing Course and Program Proposals | Internal ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Course revisions can be submitted at any time to the APC. However, new course proposals and all program proposals must be submitted by the deadline listed below to be reviewed at the next meeting. Late submissions will be reviewed at the next scheduled meeting.

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Doctor of Philosophy | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Online Course Technical Support Services: IT Partners @ Education at (217) 244-7005 or [email protected]education.illinois.edu; Email and Passwords Support Services: Campus Technology Services at (217) 244-7000 or [email protected]; Technology Resources

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Cherie Avent | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) UNDERGRADUATES: Please contact instructor before registering course. Requires EPSY 480 as a prerequisite, or prior consent of instructor. Evaluation in Society (EPSY 501) Examines evaluation as a social practice, explains various approaches to evaluation both nationally and internationally, and explores how evaluation is linked to policy and ...

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Melissa Goodnight | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) Creating an affirmative learning space for students of all identities is an explicit, ongoing value that frames course discussions, tasks, and learning materials. Texts are chosen and assignments are designed to promote students’ development as social scientists, writers, and critical and ethical thinkers.

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Monica Gonzalez Ybarra | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course is designed for students interested in reflecting on their own educational histories, for those considering careers in teaching, and for all future parents and citizens needing to be able to reflect critically on justice, school, and society. Synchronous attendance required. Moodle LMS.

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Proposing a New Course FAQs | Internal | College of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) A course submitted for the current academic year needs to take the Academic Catalog into consideration. The Academic Catalog is the program that incoming freshmen are held accountable to. If the course does not affect the current year Academic Catalog, you can use whichever term you wish. If it does affect the current year Academic Catalog ...

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Sharon Lee | College of Education | UIUC

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will also discuss issues such as writing, voice, and reflexivity; qualitative theoretical frameworks; and methods for analyzing and interpreting data. Essentials of the Ed Doctorate (EPS 500) Seminar on topics not treated by regularly scheduled courses; requests for initiation may be made by students or faculty members.

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