Courses and Registration

Professional Development for Educators

Summer 2022 (July 11 - August 05, 2022)

Online / One credit (or semester hour)/22.5 PDPs

Cost: $220.00 per course

To register online, simply scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the "Registration" button.  If you are having issues with registering you can contact Heather Welsh, Administrative Assistant, for Continuing Professional Education and Workforce Development, hwelsh@framingham.edu.

Athletic/Leadership

PRDV # CRN #Course NameSyllabusInstructor

English Language Arts  

PRDV #CRN #Course NameSyllabusInstructor
7022850378Common Core ELA Standards-Aligned Curriculum Development with Understanding By DesignSyllabusKatherine Scheidler
7132450380Common Core State Standards in Reading and Writing: Connecting Standards to practiceSyllabusKatherine Scheidler
7072550379Professional Learning CommunitiesSyllabusKatherine Scheidler
7132650377Common Core Standards in Writing: Writers’ Workshop, Teaching Students to Internalize and Apply Writing Strategies for High Quality Student WritingSyllabusKatherine Scheidler
7242850395Teaching the Six Traits of Writing in the PrimarySyllabusKelsey Bower
7252850394Reading Instruction in the Primary GradesSyllabusKelsey Bower

 

Social/Behavioral

PRDV #CRN #Course NameSyllabusInstructor
7012750398Culturally Responsive TeachingSyllabusKatherine Kaczynski
7202750399Intentional Teaching for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners: Following Our Children's LeadSyllabusKatherine Kaczynski
7292550396Impact of Poverty and Stress on Young Learners SyllabusKatherine Kaczynski
7352650397Mindfulness in the Classroom SyllabusKatherine Kaczynski
7222850383Exploring Classroom Mindset Practices to Help Students Develop a Growth MindsetSyllabusMargaret Peixoto
7422850375Poverty, Trauma, and Homelessness: Supporting Disadvantaged Students SyllabusJeffrey Weinstein
7922950400Restorative Discipline in the Classroom SyllabusKatherine Kaczynski
7322650419Executive Function in the ClassroomSyllabusJean Gately


Health and Wellness

PRDV #CRN #Course NameSyllabusInstructor
7192950438Keep It Simple: Healthy Living for Teachers and StudentsSyllabusCaroline Maloney

 

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

PRDV #CRN #Course NameSyllabusInstructor
7282850376Math workshop: Helping All Students Achieve Success at High LevelsSyllabusJeffrey Weinstein
7092950392Teaching Outside the BoxSyllabusJennifer Hair
7322750391Beginning Photoshop for TeachersSyllabusJennifer Hair
7262150372Integrating Educational Video into the CurriculumSyllabusDonna Criswell
7122750373Putting Technology in the Hands of Students: Let Me Show You What I KnowSyllabusDonna Criswell
7252550374Assistive Technology & Accessible Instructional MaterialSyllabusRobin Robinson
70328
50385Google Classroom Advanced    SyllabusJoanne Najarian
73923
50386Leveraging Tech Learning Environment     SyllabusJoanne Najarian
72419
50387Designing A Virtual Field TripSyllabusLinda Cartier
70528
50388Using Social Media in ClassroomSyllabusLinda Cartier
74124
50389Creating Quick Response CodesSyllabusLinda Cartier
73628
50390Free and Easy Online Graphics using Adobe Creative Cloud ExpressSyllabusJennifer Hair
73326
50393Creative Tools for the Mac SyllabusJennifer Hair
7352850384Using Google Apps and Web-Based Technology to Support UDL    SyllabusJoanne Najarian
7122350370Using Technology to Help Students Demonstrate Understanding: Did They Really Get it? Web Tools to Help with Formative or Summative AssessmentSyllabusDonna Criswell
7001750371Using Web 2.0 Tools to Motivate and Manage StudentsSyllabusDonna Criswell


Special Education

PRDV #CRN #Course NameSyllabusInstructor
7232850381Supporting Your Speech and Language Students SyllabusShannon Call
7412850382Pragmatic Language Skills for Autism Spectrum DisorderSyllabusShannon Call

 

Course Credit Notes: 

At Framingham State University we report coursework on a per course basis.  Each graduate course that is part of a degree program is four credits and is shown on the student transcript as “1.0”.  Courses that are less than four credits are shown as a portion of “1.0”.  A three credit course is “.75”, a two credit course is “.5” and a one credit course is “.25”. There is a short definition of this method on the reverse side of an official transcript issued by our Registrar’s Office.