Summer Workshops for Educators

2014 SUMMER CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATORS 
 

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

That’s why our course offerings for Summer 2014 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 2014 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. If you are not currently enrolled in graduate courses and are interested in the workshops, please 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 $577 per semester hour, and $983 per semester hour for out-of-state. Parking fee is $15 per registrant (nonnegotiable). 

If you are a current graduate student in education, please go to WINGS EXPRESS to register. 

 
 

Reading and Writing Workshop

Reading and Writing Workshop
ED 6900 WA1 • CRN# 43189
Monday and Tuesday, June 9 and 10
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructor: Shelly Poeppelman, Fort Loramie Local Schools High School English Teacher
Audience: Educators grades 5 to 12
This hands-on workshop will focus on creating an appropriate amount of rigor in the classroom through the selection of texts and writing assignments. Emphasis will be placed on choice and differentiation, as well as on the use of non-fiction texts and writing across the curriculum. Participants will leave with ready to use, Common-Core aligned curriculum maps and lesson handouts for students. Come prepared with materials that you would like to use in your classroom next fall. 

Practice Practices for the Primary Teacher

Practice Practices for the Primary Teacher
ED 6900 WA2 • CRN# 45789
Wednesday and Thursday, June 11 and 12
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructor: Katie Motter and Amanda Redinbo, Piqua City Schools Primary Teachers
Audience: K-3 Educators, Intervention Specialist, Title Teachers
Come learn, explore, create and develop best practices for the primary teacher.  Topics will include but not limited to Formative Assessment strategies, Organizational tips, Smartboard tips and tricks, Powerpoint in the classrooms, Exercises to strengthen fine motor skills, classroom games, and a wide variety of websites.

Google Apps for Education

Google Apps for Education
EDT 6700 WA5 • CRN# 43186
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 17 and 18
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructor: Leah Fullenkamp, Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer
Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators
Google Apps for Education offers a free set of customizable tools that enable faculty, staff and students to create, collaborate, share and publish. This Google Apps for Education 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 Education tools in their classroom immediately. 

Creating Classroom Websites with Google Sites

Creating Classroom Websites with Google Sites
EDT 6700 WA2 • CRN# 43183
Thursday, June 19 and Monday, June 23
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option
Instructor: Leah Fullenkamp, Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer
Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators
Come learn how you can create your free virtual classroom using Google Sites! Whether you are looking to improve communication with parents, provide resources for students or post assignments and activities for classes, clubs or calamity days, Google Sites can be tailored to suit your needs. Learn how to create Google Sites that take advantage of the many resources Google has to offer. Come prepared with any materials that you would like to include on your site including pictures, documents, videos, or your textbooks. 

Digital Story Telling and QR Code Workshop

Digital Story Telling and QR Code Workshop
EDT 6700 WB4 • CRN# 43185
Friday, June 20 and Friday, June 27
8:30 a.m. -3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructor: Betsy Crites, Wright State University-Lake Campus and Celina City Schools
Audience: K-8 Educators
In these hands-on sessions, learn how to integrate several new technologies into your everyday lessons and how these skills fit with the Common Core.   Day one will be spent on digital storytelling.  Instruction will be given on how to integrate digital story telling using various iPad apps and PC sites.  Day two will be devoted to QR codes.  Learn how to effectively and easily integrate these codes to differentiate your own lessons, in addition to  showing students how to use these codes to showcase their own work.  Time will be given to work on developing your own projects around information given, so come prepared to network with other educators and share while getting a jump start on projects for next school year.  If you do not have an iPad, several will be available for use on day of trainings.  For more information or questions contact betsy.crites@wright.edu.

M & M’s (Morale and Motivation)

M & M’s (Morale and Motivation)
ED 6900 WB2 • CRN# 43193
Tuesday, June 24 and Wednesday, June 25
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
184 Andrews Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructors: Missy Hackett, Marysville Principal and Molly Hay, Retired Primary Principal and current ProgramOfficer for Teacher Education at Wright State Lake Campus
Audience: Current and aspiring principals and superintendents.
Missy and Molly together have over 50 years of educational experiences and will share their “tricks” in a fun and up beat atmosphere. The emphasis of material will be ways to increase your staff’s motivation and morale. Participants will leave the M & M Workshop with a package of ideas, tips and materials to get your staff motivated and increase their morale for a successful school year. You will also be given time to work on developing your own projects for the new school year.

Integrating Technology into the Common Core

Integrating Technology into the Common Core
EDT 6700 WB1 • CRN# 43188
Wednesday, June 25 and Thursday, June 26
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
185 Dwyer Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructor: Leah Fullenkamp, Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer
Audience: K-12 Educators and Administrators
Learn how to incorporate new technologies into your teaching that enable the learner to grasp the material quicker and more thoroughly. In this class we will explore a wide variety of ready to use multimedia materials that are already aligned by standard to the Common Core. Upon completion of this class you will have an abundance of ready to use materials the take your student’s learning to the next level.

Soil to Spoon

Soil to Spoon
ED 6900 WB1 • CRN# 43192
Wednesday, July 16 and Thursday, July 17
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 
184 Andrews Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option
Instructor: Nikki Hawk, District Administrator/Education Specialist, Mercer Soil and Water Conservation District
Audience: K-6 Educators
This hands-on workshop will address Multi-Disciplinary Standards by utilizing the book “Dig In! Hands-On Soil Investigations.”  Topics covered include soils, erosions, horizons and weathering.  We will relate soil to agriculture and food production. Prospective field trips include walking through a soil pit, visiting a quarry and touring a farm and/or food production facility. 
Lab Fee: $75.00

Project Wild

Project Wild
ED 6900 WB3 • CRN# 43191
Wednesday, July 23 and Thursday, July 24
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
227 Dwyer Hall 
1 Graduate semester hour or non-credit option 
Instructor: Nikki Hawk, District Administrator/Education Specialist, Mercer Soil and Water Conservation District 
Audience: 2-8 Educators
This hands-on workshop will address Multi-Disciplinary Standards by utilizing the “Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide”.  Topics covered will include water cycle, water quality, wetlands, drainage and conservation.  We will talk about the importance of water quality and water quantity for life. Prospective field trips include Grand Lake St. Marys Pontoon Tour, Prairie Creek Treatment Train and a water treatment plant.  Resources and lessons will be provided that you can customize for your students!
Lab Fee: $75.00