Summer Workshops for Educators

2015 SUMMER CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATORS 
 

At the Lake Campus, we know your time is valuable! 

That’s why our course offerings for Summer 2015 are designed for you and your active schedule. Take a look at what we can offer to help you build your career and enrich your summer. For more information about the 2015 Summer Offerings for Educators at WSU-Lake Campus, please contact Molly Hay at 419-586-0352 or Liane Muhlenkamp at 419-586-0316. 

PLEASE NOTE: All workshops may be taken for graduate semester hour credit or as noncredit clock hours. To register, lease print the Special Graduate Application and Registration Form (PDF). Non credit fee is $125 per workshop (you will receive a Certificate of Attendance). In-state tuition for graduate courses is $590 per semester hour, and $1005 per semester hour for out-of-state. Parking fee is $15 per registrant (nonnegotiable). 

 
 

Discovering Language and Culture

Discovering Language and Culture
ED 6900WA1 • CRN# 43189
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 9 and 10
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 pm
196 Dwyer Hall
Instructor: Angela Brown, Celina City Schools, EDL Instructor
Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators
This workshop will help participants better understand the perspectives of ESL and immigrant students through hands-on activities, video clips, and interactive dialog.  Explore cultural values and how they impact teaching and learning in the classroom while discovering linguistic cultural and educational challenges students face as they acclimate to a new environment.  Discover how to modify classwork and tests so that ESL students can enjoy successes in the mainstream classroom. 

Effective and Efficient Teaching Techniques

Effective and Efficient Teaching Techniques
ED 6900WA2 • CRN# 45789
Thursday and Friday, June 11 and 12
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
196 Dwyer Hall
Instructors: Katie Motter and Amanda Redinbo, Piqua City Schools, Primary Teachers
Audience: K-3 Educators
This workshop offers a variety of effective teaching strategies to enhance your classroom instruction.  Language Arts and Math strategies, technology tips, organizational ideas, and differentiated instructional approaches will be included.  This course is designed for current teachers.  Please bring a USB memory stick, teacher’s edition for Language Arts if applicable, and any ideas you are currently using and would like to share. 

iPads in the K-5 Classroom

iPads in the K-5 Classroom
EDT  6700WA3 • CRN#  46270
Monday and Tuesday, June 15 and 16
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
196 Dwyer Hall
Instructor: Leah Fullenkamp, Google Education Trainer
Audience: K-12 Educators
Whether you have 1 iPad or a class set, learn how to make the most of your iPad in the classroom.  We will explore using your iPad as an interactive white board, document camera, question response system and more.  Time will be spent exploring digital storytelling and the best reading, writing, math, science and social studies apps.  Please bring an iPad that you are able to download apps on.

Writing and Technology: Love at First Type

Writing and Technology: Love at First Type
EDT 6700WA1 • CRN#  46271                         
Wednesday, June 17 and Wednesday, June 24
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
196 Dwyer Hall
Instructors: Mindy Fulks, WSU Instructor for Middle School Education, Retired ELA Middle School Teacher and Veronica Gaier current Middle School Science Teacher and Former Instructor of Educational Technology at Edison Community College.
Audience: 4-12 Educators
Having trouble getting your students to produce engaging writing assignments that don’t make you want to pull out your hair? Do you have an assignment, lesson, or project you would like to tweak with technology? In this workshop we will show you how to get your students motivated to write and publish impressive assignments you will want to brag about to anyone who will listen. We will give you the tools to incorporate new writing strategies into your cross-curricular lessons, and you don’t even have to be a tech wizard! Participants will leave the workshop with new ideas loaded onto a personal web page through Google.

Integrating Technology into your Teaching

Integrating Technology into your Teaching
EDT  6700WA2 • CRN#  43183                               
Thursday and Friday, June 18 and 19
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
196 Dwyer Hall
Instructor: Leah Fullenkamp, Google Education Trainer
Audience: K-12 Educators
This class will explore the vast resources available to integrate websites, apps, videos, and interactive resources into your teaching.  After immersing yourself into this variety of resources you will leave with a suitcase full of go to resources for every level and subject.

Google Apps for Educators

Google Apps for Educators
EDT 6700WB1 • CRN#  43188                              
Monday and Tuesday, June 22 and 23
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
196 Dwyer Hall
Instructor: Leah Fullenkamp, Google Education Trainer
Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators
Google Apps for Educators offers a free set of customizable tools that enable faculty, staff and students to create, collaborate, share and publish. This Google Apps for Educators workshop will introduce educators and administrators to the innovative ways these tools can be used in education. This workshop will focus on educational uses of each of the tools and will inspire teachers and administrators to begin using the Google Apps for Educators tools in their classroom immediately.

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Green Screen

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Green Screen
EDT 6700WB2 • CRN# 46272
Thursday and Friday, June 25 and 26
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall
Instructor: Betsy Crites, Wright State University-Lake Campus and Celina City Schools
Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators
This two day workshop will show you how to easily integrate green technology into your classroom and your curriculum.  No experience with using a green screen, no problem. We will begin with the basics, of using iMovie for Mac and use iPads or iPhones for recording.  A few more clicks of the mouse will turn your recording into a first class production for your classroom.  Come collaborate and share ideas with other educators.  Please bring a flash drive to save your completed projects.

Read, Collaborate, Create

Read, Collaborate, Create
ED 6900WB1 • CRN# 46273                          
Monday and Tuesday, June 29 and 30
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall
Instructor:  Betsy Crites, Wright State University-Lake Campus and Celina City Schools
Audience: K-3 Educators
This two day hands on workshop will expose you to cross curricular literacy project ideas.  We will read and explore a multitude of different literacy books and then create cross curricular projects.  A few will integrate technology such as QR Codes, while others will integrate science (STEM), social studies, math and art.  Come prepared to collaborate and share your ideas with others.  Please bring your busy box of school supplies (glue, scissors, markers and crayons).

Classroom Organization Behind the Scenes

Classroom Organization Behind the Scenes
ED 6900WB2 • CRN # 43193                                   
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 28 and 29
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall
Instructor: Lindsey Schmiesing, Marion Local School, Primary Teacher 
Audience:  K-6 Educators                                
Learn how to organize your classroom “behind the scenes” with technology, binders, and much more! We will create a FREE classroom website and an OTES Binder to help you organize your evidence for your teacher evaluation.  Participants are asked to bring a binder and tabs.