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1 2015 SUMMER/FALL GRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULE

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3 2015 Graduate Summer and Fall Calendar and Registration Information Scheduling Graduate students who have been accepted into a program should meet with their adviser, prior to the start of scheduling, to plan their course work for the upcoming session. Beginning Monday, February 23, 2015, matriculated students currently in a graduate program may schedule online using their mywcu account. Students who have not been formally accepted into a graduate program (nondegree students) may schedule beginning March 8, The summer/fall 2015 graduate course schedule is available on mywcu and the Graduate Studies homepage (www.wcupa.edu/grad). Students must pay University bills in full and clear all holds before they are eligible to schedule (tuition, housing, meals, bookstore, library, and parking tickets). Students can use mywcu to check for existing holds. The University/department reserves the right to drop from the class roster any student who schedules for course work without appropriate prerequisites or approvals. New Student Account Information A student s West Chester University account serves four main purposes: Access to the student administration system, mywcu, which is used to access student information, grading, and class scheduling Access to WCU (webmail) Access to D2L which is used by instructors to post course materials, tests, quizzes, and surveys, as well as hold online discussions Access to log on to the University network Before new students can use their WCU account for any of the above services, they must first initialize their password. To initialize a password, please follow these instructions: 1. In the browser type 2. Next to the login box, click on the link labeled Change Password. Enter a username (usernames are the first letter of the student s first name and the first letter of the last name followed by the student s six-digit WCU ID number). An example of this is For those who have never logged in to the system before, the Old Password is WCU-MMDDYY. With the old password, students should be sure to capitalize the WCU and recognize that the MMDDYY is a representation of their birth date. An example of this is January 1, 1984 = WCU Students will enter a new password which is at least eight characters in length and includes at least three of the following requirements, type that password again to confirm, and click Change Password/Passphrase. Lowercase character Uppercase character Numeric character Special character such as # $ * Note: Students may not use any part of their name in their new password. For security reasons, students will be prompted to configure the self-service online password reset tool. Setting up this tool will enable students to reset their password at anytime. They will click Submit after completing their questions and answers. This new password is good for 90 days. Graduation Reminder The commencement ceremony for graduate students is separate from the undergraduate ceremony. The graduate ceremony is Monday, December 14, 2015 at 7 p.m. in Hollinger Field House. All students intending to graduate on this date must apply for graduation through their mywcu account no later than October 1, Office of Graduate Studies 102 West Rosedale Avenue Phone: Fax: Website: Connect with us via social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wcugrad Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/wcupa_grad Blog: 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday Thursday; 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Friday (until May 10, 2015) Summer Hours (May 11 August 21, 2015) 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday Friday Fall Semester Hours Beginning August 24, a.m. 6 p.m. Monday Thursday 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Friday West Chester University 1 Summer Fall 2015

4 Office of the Bursar 25 University Avenue, Room 050 Phone: Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (cashiers close at 4 p.m.) Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (cashiers close at 4 p.m.) During the drop/add period the office is open Monday - Thursday until 6 p.m. (cashiers close at 5:30 p.m.) Students who schedule before late registration will receive a bill mailed to their home address. Students receive only one paper bill. If any changes are made to the schedule after the bill is sent, students may view their updated charges via their account summary screen in my- WCU. The deadline for returning materials with payment is printed on the bill. All fees are subject to change by action of the Board of Governors. The University reserves the right to cancel schedules of students who do not pay or have not made arrangements for payment by their billing due date. Students scheduling during late registration period will be charged a late registration fee of $35. Tuition and fees may be paid by check, electronic check (e-check), money order, or cash. Credit card payments are accepted through the University s web-based QuikPay system (with a fee assessed for the service). Refer to the Bursar s web page for tuition, fee, and payment instructions at wcupa.edu/_ information/afa/fiscal/bursar/. Refunds Refunds are not automatic, and course, term or university withdrawal requests require written notification to the Office of Graduate Studies, using the Course/Term withdrawal form found on the Graduate Studies webpage. The amount of the refund depends on the date written notice of the withdrawal is recorded. In order to receive a 100% refund, a student must withdraw by the end of the drop/add period. If the withdrawal is after the drop/add period, see refund schedules below, for term withdrawal only. Summer 2015 Refund Policy A FULL REFUND WILL BE ISSUED IF A STUDENT WITHDRAWS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SUMMER SESSION OR ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. ONCE THE SESSION BEGINS, THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE IS IN EFFECT FOR TERM WITHDRAWAL ONLY: First Five-Week Session Day 1 and % refund Day % refund Day 4, % refund Day 6, % refund Day 8, % refund Day 10 and thereafter... NO REFUND Second Five-Week Session Day 1 and % refund Day % refund Day 4, % refund Day 6, % refund Day 8, % refund Day 10 and thereafter... NO REFUND Post Session Day % refund Day % refund Day % refund Day % refund Day % refund Day 6 and thereafter... NO REFUND Five-Day Workshops Day % Refund Day NO REFUND All questions regarding the refund schedule, as well as when you should receive your refund, should be directed to the Office of the Bursar, 25 University Avenue, Room 050, Fall 2015 Refund Policy A 100% refund is issued if the course is dropped or withdrawn through the sixth calendar day of the semester. After that, tuition and fees are refunded according to the schedule below. Please note that after the 6th day, students must drop all of their classes to be eligible for the 80%, 60%, 50%, 40% refunds. No refund will be given if a student drops a course but retains full-time status; reduces his/her credit load after the end of the drop period but retains part-time status; or owes the University money. These percentages apply to the total tuition bill, not to partial payments of tuition. Students wanting to withdraw completely from the University must submit that request in writing to the Office of Graduate Studies. If students withdraw... they receive a refund of Through sixth day of the semester...100% tuition and general fees 2nd week of the semester... 80% tuition and general fees 3rd week of the semester...60% tuition and general fees 4th week of the semester...50% tuition and general fees 5th week of the semester...40% tuition and general fees 6th week of the semester and later...no refund Students seeking financial aid are encouraged to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by October 1, 2015 to meet the payment deadline. Any questions concerning financial aid credits on students bills should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid ( ). Call for information about... Housing Billing Scheduling Financial Aid Center for International Programs Summer Fall West Chester University

5 Important Dates Dates are subject to change. Please check the Registrar and Graduate Studies websites for the most current information. Summer 2015 There are two five-week sessions and a three-week post session that is reserved for workshops. FIRST FIVE-WEEK SESSION May 26 June 27, 2015 February 23 Scheduling begins for matriculated and newly admitted students. March 8 Nondegree students may begin to schedule. May 25 NO CLASSES (Memorial Day) May 26 Classes begin 8 a.m. May 26 Drop/Add Period begins May 27 Last day to drop classes May 28 Withdrawal (W) period begins June 12 Last day for course withdrawal June 23 Last day for session/term withdrawal June 25 Last day of classes June 26 and 27 Final exams (see exam schedule, page6) SECOND FIVE-WEEK SESSION June 29 August 1, 2015 February 23 Scheduling begins for matriculated and newly admitted students. March 8 Nondegree students may begin to schedule. June 29 Classes begin 8 a.m. June 29 Drop/Add Period begins June 30 Last day to add/drop classes July 1 Withdrawal (W) period begins July 3 NO CLASSES (Independence Day) July 17 Deadline for submission to the Office of Graduate Studies of thesis already approved by committees for August graduation July 17 Last day for course withdrawal June 28 Last day for session/term withdrawal July 30 Last day of classes July 31 and August 1 Final exams (see exam schedule, page6) POST SESSION August 3 August 21, 2015 February 23 Scheduling begins for matriculated and newly admitted students. March 8 Nondegree students may begin to schedule. August 3 Classes begin 8 a.m. August 3 Drop/Add Period begins August 3 Last day to add/drop classes August 4 Withdrawal (W) period begins August 13 Last day for course withdrawal August 18 Last day for session/term withdrawal August 20 Last day of classes Fall 2015/Spring 2016 August 21 Final exams (see exam schedule, page 6) FALL 2015 August 24 December 12, 2015 February 23 Scheduling begins for matriculated and newly admitted students. March 8 Nondegree students may begin to schedule. August 24 Classes begin 8 a.m. August 24 Drop/Add Period begins August 31 Last day to add/drop classes September 1 Withdrawal (W) Period begins September 7 NO CLASSES (Labor Day) October 5 and 6 NO CLASSES (fall break) October 15 Last day to apply for December graduation (Ceremony is December 14, 2015; apply online through mywcu.) October 23 Last day of course Withdrawal (W) Period. Any withdrawals after this date will result in a letter grade to be determined by the professor. October 23 Last day to make up work for NG from spring 2015 semester. Students must complete course requirement as stipulated by the professor (including date) and no later than the end of the 9th week of the subsequent semester or the NG will convert to an F. November 13 Deadline for submission to the Office of Graduate Studies of theses already approved by committees for December graduation November Thanksgiving recess November 30 Last day for session/term withdrawal December 7 Last day of classes December 8-11 Final exams (see exam schedule, page6) December 14 Graduate commencement 7 p.m. SPRING 2016 January 19 May 6, 2016 Janaury 19 Classes begin March 7-11 Spring break Dates are subject to change. Check the website at for the most current calendar. West Chester University 3 Summer Fall 2015

6 Graduate Programs of Study May 3-6 Final exam period all telephone numbers are area code 610. Biology M.S. Biology (thesis and nonthesis) Certification in Biology Business M.B.A. Certificate in Business Communication Sciences and Disorders M.A. Communicative Disorders Communication Studies M.A. Communication Studies Computer Science M.S. Computer Science Certificate in Computer Security Certificate in Information Systems Certificate in Web Technology Counselor Education M.Ed. School Counseling M.S. Higher Education Counseling/Student Affairs Professional Counseling Licensure Preparation Letter of Completion Specialist I Certificate in Counseling (Elementary or Secondary) Certificate in Higher Education Counseling/Student Affairs Criminal Justice M.S. Criminal Justice M.S. Criminal Justice (Philadelphia) Early and Middle Grades Education M.Ed. Early Childhood Education (online) M.Ed. Applied Studies in Teaching and Learning Certification in Early Grades PK-4 Certification in Middle Grades 4-8 English M.A. English (thesis and nonthesis; concentrations in Literature; Writing, Teaching, and Criticism; and Creative Writing) Certification in English Geography and Planning M.A. Geography Certificate in Geographic Information Systems Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning Geology and Astronomy M.A. Geoscience (Concentration: Earth Science) Certifications in Earth and Space Science and/or General Science Health M.Ed. Health: School Health M.P.H. (Public Health, Healthcare Management, Nutrition, Environmental Health) Certificates in Emergency Preparedness, Health Care Management, Integrative Health, and Gerentology History M.A. History M.Ed. History Holocaust and Genocide Studies M.A. Holocaust and Genocide Studies Certificate in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Kinesiology M.S. Exercise and Sport Physiology M.S. Exercise and Sport Physiology (Concentration: Athletic Training) M.S. Physical Education Certificate in Sport Management and Athletics Certificate in Adapted Physical Education Languages and Cultures M.A. Languages and Cultures in French M.A. Languages and Cultures in German M.A. Languages and Cultures in Spanish Literacy M.Ed. in Reading Certification as a Reading Specialist Certificate in Literacy Certificate in Literacy Coaching Mathematics M.A. in Mathematics (Options: Mathematics, Mathematics Education) M.S. in Applied Statistics Certification in Mathematics Certificate in Applied Statistics Music M.M. (Concentrations: History and Literature, Theory and Composition) M.M. Music Education (Technology, Research, Performance) M.M. Music Performance M.M. Piano Pedagogy Certification in Music Education Certificates in Kodaly Methodology, Music Technology, Orff-Schulwerk, and Piano Pedagogy Nursing D.N.P. M.S.N. (Nursing Educator or Adult Gerentology) School Nurse Certification Nutrition M.P.H. Public Health (Concentration: Nutrition) Philosophy M.A. Philosophy (General) M.A. Philosophy (Applied Ethics) Certificate in Business Ethics Certificate in Healthcare Ethics Professional and Secondary Education M.Ed. Secondary Education Certificate in Educational Technology Certificate in Education for Sustainability Psychology M.A. in Psychology: Clinical M.A. in Psychology: General M.A. in Psychology: Industrial/Organizational Clinical Mental Health Letter of Completion Public Policy and Administration M.P.A. (Concentrations: Human Resource Management, Nonprofit Administration, Public Administration) Certificates in Human Resource Management, Nonprofit Administration, Public Administration, Sport Management and Athletics, and Urban and Regional Planning Social Work M.S.W. M.S.W. (Philadelphia) Special Education M.Ed. Special Education (Options: traditional; online; Philadelphia) Certification in Special Education Certificate in Autism Certificate in Universal Design for Learning/Assistive Technology (online) Teaching English as a Second Language M.A. TESL Certificate in TESL The following departments and interdisciplinary areas offer graduate courses but no graduate degrees: Accounting ( ), Anthropology and Sociology ( ), Art ( ), Chemistry ( ), Economics and Finance ( ), Linguistics ( ), Management ( ), Marketing ( ), Nutrition ( ) Pharmaceutical Product Development ( ), Theatre and Dance ( ), Women s and Gender Studies ( ). Summer Fall West Chester University

7 Abbreviations Building Prefixes AND... Anderson Hall CAR Carter Drive (Speech and Hearing) EHG... Ehinger Gym EOA... Ehinger Office Annex EOB... E.O. Bull Center EQN E. Rosedale Ave. GBC... Graduate Center, 1160 McDermott Dr. HOL... Hollinger Field House HSC... Sturzebecker Health Sciences Center (S. Campus) LAW... Lawrence Center LB1... FHG Library LIB... FHG Library LIT E. Rosedale Ave. MER... Merion Science Center MIC... Mellon Independence Center MIT... Mitchell Hall MNH... Main Hall NRN... No classroom necessary OCL... Off-Campus Location OLD... Old Library PAC... Performing Arts Center PEO... Peoples Building PHL... Philips Memorial Building REC... Recitation Hall REY... Reynolds Hall RUB... Ruby Jones Hall SMB... Swope Music Building SSL... Schmucker Link SSN... Schmucker Science Center (North) SSS... Schmucker Science Center (South) SWK W. Rosedale Ave. SYK... Sykes Student Union TBA...To Be Announced TYS... Tyson Hall UNA University Avenue Course Key A... ACT101, Academic Development Program C... Combined course CL#. Four-digit number associated with each course and section E... Evening F... Culture cluster H... Honors students I... Meets interdisciplinary requirements J... Meets diverse communities requirement K... Distance education L... Individualized learning systems M... Majors only N... Internship O... Workshop P... Permission of instructor Q... Field R... Practicum T... Student teaching V... Individualized instruction W... Writing emphasis Z... Credit by exam $... Additional fee required Day Codes M... Monday T... Tuesday W... Wednesday R... Thursday F... Friday S... Saturday N... Sunday Class Meeting Codes M-R. Meets Monday through Thursday M-F. Meets Monday through Friday MW Meets Monday and Wednesday T-R. Meets Tuesday through Thursday TR... Meets Tuesday and Thursday NONDISCRIMINATION/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION POLICY West Chester University is committed to providing leadership in extending equal opportunities to all individuals. Accordingly, the University will continue to make every effort to provide these rights to all persons regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. This policy applies to all members of the University community including students, faculty, staff, and administrators. It also applies to all applicants for admission or employment and all participants in University-sponsored activities. This policy is in compliance with federal and state laws, including Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Executive Order of the Governor of Pennsylvania. Any individual having suggestions, problems, complaints, or grievances with regard to equal opportunity or affirmative action, or to request a translation of this publication into a language other than English, is encouraged to contact the director, Office of Social Equity, 13/15 University Ave., West Chester University 5 Summer Fall 2015

8 Summer 2015 Any course not having a final examination will meet under the direction of the instructor during the scheduled examination time for a continuation of class work. First Five-Week Session Final Examination Information Day and evening classes that meet four or five days per week will administer finals on Friday, June 29 at the normal class time. For evening classes that meet twice per week, the Monday/Wednesday classes will have the final on Friday, June 29 in the evening at the regular class time; the Tuesday/Thursday evening classes will have the final on Saturday morning, June 30 at 9 a.m. Second Five-Week Session Final Examination Information Day and evening classes that meet four or five days per week will administer finals on Friday, August 3 at the normal class time. For evening classes that meet twice per week, the Monday/Wednesday classes will have the final on Friday, August 3 in the evening at the regular class time; the Tuesday/Thursday evening classes will have the final on Saturday morning, August 4 at 9 a.m. Fall 2015 Final Examination Schedules 8 to 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 1 to 3 p.m. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. 6 to 8 p.m. 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday 12/8/15 Wednesday 12/9/15 Thursday 12/10/15 Friday 12/11/15 TR 9:30-10:45 MWF 8-8:50 TR 8-9:15 MWF 9-9:50 TR 12:30-1:45 MWF 11-11:50 TR 11-12:15 MWF 10-10:50 ACC201, ACC202, ACC301,ACC302 MAT102, MAT351 MAT 000, MAT 001, MAT 101, MAT 103, MAT 104, MAT 121 T 4:25-7:10PM TR 4:25-5:40PM T 7:15-10PM TR 7:15-8:30PM MWF 12-12:50 TR 2-3:15 MWF 1-1:50 MWF 2-2:50 W 4:25-7:10PM MW 4:25PM-5:40PM W 7:15-10PM MW 7:15-8:30PM SPA 101, SPA 102, SPA 201, SPA 202 (All Saturday Classes) R 4:25-7:10PM TR 5:45-7PM R 7:15-10PM TR 8:45-10PM MWF 3-3:50 MW 3-4:15 M 4:25-7PM MW 5:45-7PM M 7:15-10PM MW 8:45-10PM Policies Individual faculty members may not change examination times. Professional practicum examinations will be given during regularly scheduled periods. No final examinations should be given before the scheduled final examination time. The times in the blocks above refer to the regular class meeting time. Any course not having a final examination will meet as directed by the instructor during the scheduled examination for a continuation of regular class work. Any student who has three or more final exams scheduled for the same day should work with the individual instructors to try to arrange alternate exam times. Classes meeting regularly at nonstandard times are not included in this schedule. Summer Fall West Chester University

9 Summer 2015 Workshop Descriptions EARLY AND MIDDLE GRADES EDUCATION School Bullying: The Problem, Intervention and Prevention EDE (3 credits) CL# 2278 July 7-23 (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) 9am to 2 pm ( July 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, & 23) The course provides an overview of the national and international problem of bullying in schools. It explores such questions as: Why is bullying an important concern for teachers? How do we define bullying, what are the typical characteristics of bullies and victims, and what is the range of possible bullying behaviors? How can we create a classroom climate that mitigates bullying? What can teachers and administrators do to alleviate bullying and its consequences? Through readings, discussions, in-class learning activities, videos, and guest speaker presentations, we will come to a better understanding of bullying, school violence, and ways educators can act to safeguard all students. We will also examine recent media coverage, cyber bullying, related websites and organizations, and literature, including children s literature. The course contains a counseling component and explores the issue of emotions and behavior management. Self-reflective practices are used to identify classroom interactions and behavior management practices to determine the influence of these actions on student behaviors, social interactions, and feelings of belongingness. Discover ways to enhance teacher-student relationships and experience the benefits for the individual student and classroom community. HEALTH Special Topics: Health Counseling and Health Promotion HEA 435/ (3 credits) CL# 1737 May 14, 15, 19, 20, 4pm -11pm, (Wednesday, Thursday, Monday, Tuesday), May 16 8am-5pm (Friday) May 17, (Saturday) 10am 3pm. This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the theory and practice of health counseling in health promotion programs and settings, with specific applications to common health problems. The theoretical framework for the practice of health promotion health counseling is based on Ivey s Microskills model, a psycho-educational approach which breaks counseling into discrete skills that can be mastered and applied easily. How to facilitate small groups in a public health setting will be explored, as well as the structure and function of small group work. If you plan on working with individuals and/or groups in health promotion practice, this course is for you. Special Topics: Contemporary Culture, Media and Health HEA 435/ (3 credits) CL# 2099 May 13 - June 10 (Every Monday and Wednesday) 4:25pm-10pm. This course is open to all majors and non-majors at the graduate level. The purpose of this course is to investigate how contemporary culture and media affects human health. The course will focus on contemporary culture across industrialized nations and within cultures of the United States. An emphasis will be placed on the effects of media on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) six high-risk health behaviors. A variety of media channels will be studied including entertainment (television, movies, music, and video games), advertising (billboards, commercials, radio advertisements) and information (Internet, news programs, newspapers, , magazines). This course will also include the effects of media on medical self-care, and will encourage students to analyze how media affects their own health. Special Topics: Adolescent Health Issues Challenges and Opportunities HEA 435/ (3 credits) CL# 1171 August 5, 6, 7, 10 & 11 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday) 8am-5pm Adolescence is a period for personality development and experimentation that might include health-related risk behaviors. An overview of adolescent development will provide the foundation for this course. Thereafter, this course will offer an overview of adolescent health risk behaviors that result in major public health issues such as intentional and unintentional injuries; sexually transmitted infections, including HIV; alcohol and other substance abuse; mental health conditions; distorted body image; and other conditions. Prevalence and trends of various health conditions, along with their underlying causes, will be examined. Policies, programs and services for adolescents will be highlighted along with the role of prevention in addressing adolescent health issues. An evidence-based approach to addressing adolescent health issues will be emphasized. All participants are expected to be actively involved in the learning process. All majors welcome. MUSIC Choral Conducting Symposium VOC ( 3 credits) CL# 2154 July 22-25, 8:30 am 8:30 pm (12:30 pm on 7/25) Morning sessions will begin with a session on repertory, and then core conducting skills, using a variety of music chosen each day from a different style period. Selected works will be explored and conducted by workshop participants. Afternoon and evening sessions will feature score study and analysis techniques based on that day s repertory, followed by workshop participants conducting movements from Vivaldi s Gloria. On Saturday, participant conductors will conduct the Gloria with a small chamber orchestra. Workshop participants will be coached by West Chester University s David P. DeVenney and Ryan Kelly as well as special guest clinician: Hilary Apfelstadt from the University of Toronto. Registration fees are $500 for conducting participants and $300 for observers. Registration will open January 31. Conducting participants are limited to the first 12 paid registrants; there is no limit to the number of non-conducting observers. University credit is available at an additional cost. For further information, please contact Dr. DeVenney or see click: Symposium. Marching Band Workshop MWB (3 credits) CL# 2155 July 27 30, 8:00 am 8:30 pm The marching band conference and workshop will provide directors with individual and classroom instruction in drill design, rehearsal techniques, computer generated drill, color guard implementation and design, and percussion utilization in the marching band. In addition, student sessions are offered in the following areas: marching band, percussion, silk, rifle, saber, majorette, drill team, and drum major. This West Chester University 7 Summer Fall 2015

10 workshop has received national acclaim for the introduction of contemporary marching band techniques. An additional fee is charged for housing. Please call for a brochure. SECONDARY EDUCATION Powerful Classroom Strategies from Neuroscience Research EDF (3 credits) CL# 1154 June (Monday through Friday) 8am-4pm This workshop will examine how the brain learns and the practical strategies that correlate with this research to improve student learning. Neuroscience and cognitive science research about attention, memory, and executive functions will be reviewed. Other topics will include how the brain responds to stressors, including boredom and frustration, and how these can reduce memory and result in the involuntary behaviors of act out and zone out. Additional neuro-logical strategies will be described and applied in this interactive workshop to reverse negativity, build growth mindsets and perseverance, and promote accurate longterm memory and transfer of learning. Participants will acquire an enhanced understanding of the principles of neuroscience related to education and interact to produce a toolkit of strategies readily applicable to classrooms and schools. Mobile Learning with ipad EDS (3 credits) CL# 1150 August 3 7 (Monday through Friday) 9am- 4pm Mobile learning is changing the educational landscape. Teachers can create professional-looking documents, presentations, and spreadsheets no matter where they are with devices like the Apple ipad. Students can take notes, create movies, score music, and make photographs. And that s just the beginning! This workshop is designed for an existing ipad user who wants to get beyond basic applications. The workshop also includes an introduction to itunes U and ibooks Author. Google for Educators EDS (3 credits) CL# 2012 August (Monday through Friday) 9am- 4pm Students, teachers, and staff can get things done more effectively and share ideas more quickly when they use Google applications and services. With Google applications there s no hardware or software to install or buy. Everything is delivered through a standard web browser anytime, from any place. This workshop is appropriate for all K-12 teachers and will cover the full suite of Google products including Classroom, Drive, Search, Gmail, Google+, Blogger, Calendar, SketchUp, YouTube, Books, Earth, and Sites. Summer Fall West Chester University

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