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45 PDPS

CRN 25105

SEC 51

55 PDPS

CRN 25106

SEC 52

Learning Disabilities • EDUC 011

CRN 25093 SEC 51

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CRN 25094 SEC 52

GPDL

Traumatized Child • EDUC 017

UPDL

30 PDPS

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40 PDPS

Covers diverse theoretical approaches, lays the foundations for appropriate as- sessment of students, provide directions for program planning and implementa- tion, underscores the importance of a close partnership with parents or caregiv- ers, and considers trends and unresolved issues in the field. Non-credit tuition: $220 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $268 (sec 52)

Reading Fundamentals 1 • EDUC 012

CRN 25095 SEC 51

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Identify and effectively teach students affected by stress, trauma, and/or vio- lence. Discusses the factors that exist in families and communities where stress and violence are common. Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

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Understanding Aggression • EDUC 018

CRN 25107

SEC 51

CRN 25108

SEC 52

CRN 25096 SEC 52

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The first in a three-course series on effective reading instruction, this course provides background on Reading First as it applies to No Child Left Behind federal legislation. Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

Reading Fundamentals 2 • EDUC 013

CRN 25097 SEC 51

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Addresses to the hate, fights, anger, crimes committed and the victims in our schools and society, considers the many forms of aggression, both criminal and otherwise, its costs and motivation, its perpetrators and targets, its likely and unlikely locations, its impact on our schools and children; and, most especially, its several causes and promising solutions. Non-credit tuition: $220 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $268 (sec 52)

Violence in Schools • EDUC 019

CRN 25098 SEC 52

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This second course lays the foundation for effective reading instruction through examination of its importance as well as statistics on reading proficiency and performance in this country. Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

Reading Fundamentals 3 • EDUC 014

CRN 25099 SEC 51

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45 PDPS

CRN 25100

SEC 52

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55 PDPS

Focuses on learning to read and an introduction to reading assessment. The five elements of effective reading instruction (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and text comprehension) are highlighted, including definitions, impli- cations for instruction, and future directions. Non-credit tuition: $220 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $268 (sec 52)

Talented & Gifted • EDUC 015

UPDL

30 PDPS

GPDL

40 PDPS

CRN 25109

SEC 51

CRN 25110

SEC 52

Provides a foundational understanding of violence and the motivational purposes behind aggression, and investigates the impact of the media, community, and family. Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

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30 PDPS

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Teaching Elementary Math • EDUC 020

CRN 25177

SEC 51

CRN 25178

SEC 52

The course will explore an innovative teaching model that incorporates strategies for teaching concepts constructively and contextually. The goal is for you to gain a deeper understanding of the underlying concepts of various math topics and explore the principles of teaching those concepts to learners. Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

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CRN 25101

SEC 51

CRN 25102

SEC 52

Includes identification, referral, assessment, and major program models and methods of differentiat- ing instruction to meet the rate and level of learning of those students in the regular classroom.

Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

CRN 25103

SEC 51

CRN 25104

SEC 52

UPDL

30 PDPS

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40 PDPS

Teaching Diversity • EDUC 016

Understand how learning is influenced by individual experiences, talents, disabilities, gender, language, culture, family, and community values, and identify differences in approaches to learning and perfor- mance, including diverse learning styles and ways in which students demonstrate learning. Non-credit tuition: $190 (sec 51) Non-credit tuition: $251 (sec 52)

The Kittredge Center is Going Green!

New Green Training Programs Start Late Fall 2011

  • Green Facilities Management

  • Green Culinary

  • BPI Analyst

  • BPI Heating Professional

  • BPI Envelope Professional

  • Combo Programs:

    • BPI Analyst and Envelope Professional

    • BPI Analyst and Heating Professional

  • Special BPI CEU Certification Renewal Trainings

Check out the HCC web site in mid-late June for more info, or call Rachel at 413/552-2730

REGISTER BY PHONE: (413) 538-5815; BY FAX: (413) 552-2745

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