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All Courses One-Graduate Credit
All Courses $179

Intersession 2014:
January 13 - February 7, 2014

View the Intersesssion 2014 Course Schedule

UPCOMING SESSIONS:
Spring 2014 session:
March 3 - March 28, 2014

Summer 2014 session:
July 7 - August 1, 2014

Fall 2014 session:
October 6 - October 31, 2014

Are you interested in a convenient and affordable way to earn graduate credit? Would you like to study from the comfort of your home or anywhere at all? If the answer is yes, you've come to the right place. Earn 22.5 professional development points (PDPs) for each graduate credit you receive. Study with educators from other districts and regions. Online learning is easy and convenient. Framingham State University provides all the technical support you need by email or call 866.361.8970, our free round-the-clock telephone help line.


 

  January 13, 2014 - February 7, 2014 Classes              Register Now!
Course#     

 CRN

Course Title 

Syllabus

Instructor

 PRDV 70019


 21066


 Keeping Gifted & Advanced Children Engaged
 in the K-8 Classroom
 Syllabus


 Holloway


 PRDV 70220

 21067

 Keeping Creativity Alive in Writing

 Syllabus

 Johnstone

 PRDV 70622

 21068

 Using Google Tools in the Classroom

 Syllabus

 Cortis

 PRDV 70917
 21069
 Teaching All Students by Design
 Syllabus
 Kaczynski
 PRDV 71021

 21070

  Hydration and Beverages

 Syllabus

 Cavallaro

 PRDV 71124

 21071

  Get Moving: Promoting Physical Activity at School 
 Syllabus

 Benes

 PRDV 71224

 21072

  Integrating iPads into the STEM Curriculum

 Syllabus

 Milligan

 PRDV 71320
 21073
  Incredible Food Science
 Syllabus
 Hobby
 PRDV 71321

 21074

  Digital Storytelling in the Classroom 
 Syllabus
 Waterbury
 PRDV 71324

 21076

  Common Core Standards in Reading and Writing

 Syllabus
 Scheidler
 PRDV 71424

 21077

  Topics in World History

 Syllabus

 Garbolevsky

 PRDV 71615
 21078

  Web Site Design for Today's Educator

 Syllabus
 Cortis

 PRDV 71823
 21079

  iPad for Special Educators
 Syllabus
 Gately

 PRDV 72519

 21080

  Special Education: IEP - An In-Depth Study
 Syllabus

 Merriam

 PRDV 72619


 21081


  Special Education: Developing Collaborative
  Relationships

 Syllabus
 

 Merriam


 PRDV 72719


 21082


  Special Education: Federal and State Laws and
  Regulations

 Syllabus


 Merriam


 PRDV 72722
 21083
  Google Earth Across the Curriculum
 Syllabus
 Najarian
 PRDV 73522

 21095

  School Gardening

 Syllabus

 Whitbeck

 PRDV 73523

 21084

  There's an App for That: iPad in Education

 Syllabus

 McAlpine

 PRDV 73724
 21085
  Workplace Writing for Education Professionals
 Syllabus
 Finkel
 PRDV 73824


 21086


  Teaching the African American Experience through Slave Narratives
 Syllabus


 Guerin


 PRDV 73920

 21087

  Making Connections Between Math and Literature
 Syllabus
 Dubois
 PRDV 74419

 21088

  Creating Assessments Using Online Tools

 Syllabus

 Murray
 PRDV 74423

 21089

  The Flipped Classroom
 Syllabus

 Robinson
 PRDV 74622


 21090


  Instructional Strategies that Check for Understanding: PBL

 Syllabus


 Hamblett


 PRDV 75117
 21091
  Teaching Adolescent Literature
 Syllabus
 Macpherson
 PRDV 78317
 21092
  Exploring Food Allergies
 Syllabus
 Harrison
 PRDV 78717


 21093


  Using Children's Literature to Teach Revolutionary
  War History 
 Syllabus


 Macpherson


 PRDV 79217

 21094

  Using Patterns to Develop Algebraic Thinking

 Syllabus

 Dubois

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Course Credit Note:

1.00 Course-credit is equivalent to 4.0 credits (or semester hours)
0.75 Course-credit is equivalent to 3.0 credits (or semester hours)
0.50 Course-credit is equivalent to 2.0 credits (or semester hours)
0.25 Course credit is equivalent to 1.0 credit (or semester hour)

A PDF of the registration form is also available. Please mail or fax to:

Nancy Proulx
Office of Continuing Education
Framingham State University
100 State Street PO Box 9101
Framingham, MA 01701
Fax: 508-626-4030

Here's what our students are saying about our online courses:

”The best part of this class was hearing from my fellow classmates who shared their own experiences at their respective schools and programs. To me, that is the best part of online learning.  I mean, how often do we get to communicate and collaborate with not only educators that come from different specialty areas and who work with different age-levels, but come from different districts as well? When I was a grad student, my teacher always said that as educators, we still continue to be lifelong learners.  So thank you everyone for helping me continue to learn."

-Diane P., Summer 2013


Withdrawal Policy: In order to officially drop or withdraw from one or more courses, credit or non-credit, you must drop/withdraw online. Log in to my.Framingham.edu, select the Academics link at the top of the page and, from the Registration channel, select the add/drop option. If you stop attending class, or inform your instructor that you are dropping a class without officially withdrawing, you are subject to a failing grade. The University reserves the right to cancel any course which has insufficient enrollment, to restrict registration, reschedule or change instructors when necessary.

Refund Policy: Full refund prior to the start date of the course. No refund thereafter.

 

Any questions please contact:

Nancy Proulx, Director
Professional and Workforce Development
Email: nproulx@framingham.edu
Tel: 508.626.4034
Fax: 508.626.4030

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Framingham State University

100 State Street

PO Box 9101

Framingham, MA 01701-9101

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Phone: 508-620-1220