Master of Arts in Education

 

Questions?

School of Education 
Joan Hager
440/826-2168
jhager@bw.edu

 

Summer Music Institute
Curtice Lockhart
440/826-8065
clockhar@bw.edu

For those who have not completed a bachelor's degree, some courses may also be offered as an undergraduate option.  

 

International candidates may take a class as a non-credit course.

Professional Development for Educators

Professional development courses for K-12 teachers and administrators are graduate level, non-degree courses designed to enhance an educator's skills and knowledge base in just a few days while adding credit toward license renewal.

Summer 2015

 

Summer Music Institute

Summer 2015 offerings will be available soon!

  

School of Education Offerings

EDU 565-PD1   Integrating iPads into the K-12 Curriculum (ONLINE)

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There are currently a wide variety of apps available for iPads and iPad Minis that can be integrated into the curriculum to engage students and prepare them for the digital world around them. Learn how these apps promote 21st Century Skills such as collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, and publishing with multimedia as students become actively engaged in their own learning. This course will provide teachers with the necessary training to use education iPad apps in a variety of subject areas and grade levels with an emphasis placed on teaching higher level thinking skills.
This course is offered online
June 15-26
Faculty:  Matt Dunlap
3 credit hours    Cost:  $460 
 

EDU 565-PD2   Integrating Google Apps into the K-12 Curriculum (ONLINE)

Enroll Now
There are currently a wide variety of free web-based tools provided in the Google Apps for Education Suite that can be integrated into the curriculum to engage students and prepare them for the digital world around them.  Learn how these tools promote 21st Century Skills such as collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, and publishing with multimedia as students become actively engaged in their own learning. This course will provide teachers with the necessary training to use Google Apps in a variety of subject areas and grade levels with an emphasis placed on teaching higher level thinking skills.
This course is offered online
June 15-26
Faculty:  Matt Dunlap
3 credit hours    Cost:  $460
 

EDU 565-PD3    Math Teaching in the Common Core-Grades 3-6

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The new Common Core for mathematics asks teachers to incorporate the higher levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, as described in the 8 Math Practices, through a conceptually-based, hands-on mathematics instruction. The course instructs Grade 3-6 teachers in conceptual math necessary to teach in the manner required of the Common Core, as well as the knowledge to teach the concepts through the 8 Math Practices. Conceptual content includes: multiplication of double-digit numbers; long division; equivalent fractions, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions and decimals.
(May be taken concurrently with EDU 565-PD4)
This course is offered on-campus
June 15-18
8:00AM - 11:45AM
Faculty:  Dr. Gary Christie
1 credit hour    Cost:  $195
 

EDU 565-PD4    Math Teaching in the Common Core-Grades 5-8

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The new Common Core for mathematics asks teacher to incorporate the higher levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, as described in the 8 Math Practices, through a conceptually-based, hands-on mathematics instruction. The course instructs Grade 5-8 teachers in conceptual math necessary to teach in the manner required of the Common Core, as well as the knowledge to teach the concepts through the 8 Math Practices. Conceptual content includes: multiplication and division of fractions; multiplication and division of decimals; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of positive and negative integers, solution of equations involving variables, including fractional coefficients.
(May be taken concurrently with EDU 565-PD3)
This course is offered on-campus
June 15-18
1:00PM - 4:15PM
Faculty:  Dr. Gary Christie
1 credit hour    Cost:  $195

 

EDU 565-PD5    Modeling C.A.S.T.L.E. Electricity for Science Teaching

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An approach to science teaching that applies structured inquiry techniques to the teaching of basic skills and practices in science. The workshop will acquaint science teachers with the Modeling Method using the C.A.S.T.L.E. (Capacitor-Aided System for Teaching and Learning Electricity) curriculum. Participants will practice these methods to develop a deeper understanding of content and teaching it effectively. Tuition includes workshop materials as well as a 1-year membership in the American Modeling Teachers Association. Workshop leaders Jess Dykes and Holly McTernan are school physics teachers with experience teaching Modeling workshops for other teachers; Peter Hoekje is a member of the physics faculty at Baldwin Wallace University. For more information, including campus housing, contact Jackie Yavornitzky.
This course is offered on-campus
June 15 - July 2 (Monday thru Friday)
7:30AM - 3:30PM
Faculty:  Jess Dykes, Holly McTernan, and Peter Hoekje
6 credit hours    Cost:  $750

 

Summer Music Institute Offerings

Summer 2015 offerings will be available soon!

 

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