Courses and Registration

Professional Development for Educators

Fall 2018 (October 1 - October 26)

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

Cost: $210.00 per course

To register online, simply scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the "Registration" button.  Alternatively, please feel free to print the registration form and send it to Paula Hogard, Director of Continuing Professional Education and Workforce Development, FSU, 100 State St., PO Box 9101, Framingham, MA, or fax it to 508-626-4030. 

 

Pedagogy

PRDV #CRN #COURSE TITLESYLLABUSINSTRUCTOR
7022891338Curriculum Development with Understanding by Design UnitsSyllabusScheidler
7072591340Professional Learning CommunitiesSyllabusScheidler
7202791354Intentional Teaching for Preschoolers and Kindergartners: Following Our Children's LeadSyllabusKaczynski

  

ELA/Literacy 

PRDV #CRN #COURSE TITLESYLLABUSINSTRUCTOR
7132491341Common Core Standards in Reading & Writing: Connecting Standards to PracticeSyllabusScheidler
7132691342Common Core Writers Workshop: Teaching Students to Internalize and Apply Writing StrategiesSyllabusScheidler
7272491361Using Mentor Texts to Teach Writing in the Common Core ClassroomSyllabusMoore
7242691362Close Reading in the Common Core ClassroomSyllabusMoore
7652491364Creative Ways to Teach ResearchSyllabusGlynn

    

Nutrition, Health & Wellness

 PRDV # CRN # COURSE TITLE SYLLABUSINSTRUCTOR
7112491437Move More, Learn More: Linking Physical Activity to Academic PerformanceSyllabusBenes
7152791363Substance Abuse & AddictionSyllabusMaloney
7301991358Preventing Eating DisordersSyllabusCavallaro
7362791357Exploring Food: From the Ground UpSyllabusSaleh

 

Math, Science, & Engineering
PRDV #CRN #  COURSE TITLE  SYLLABUS  INSTRUCTOR
7092791355Young Scientists, Young Engineers: STEM in the Elementary Classroom SyllabusLarkin
7372691353Preschoolers and STEM/STEAM: Developing CuriositySyllabusKaczynski

 

Technology ​

PRDV #CRN #COURSE TITLESYLLABUSINSTRUCTOR
7001791337Using Web 2.0 to Motivate and Manage Students SyllabusCriswell
7052891339Using Social Media in the ClassroomSyllabusCartier
7122391345Using Technology to Help Students Demonstrate Understanding: Did They Really Get It? Web Tools to Help with Formative or Summative AssessmentSyllabusCriswell
7122791349Putting Technology Into the Hands of Students--Let Me Show You What I KnowSyllabusCriswell
7482791350Young Kids Who CodeSyllabusKaczynski
7241991359Designing a Virtual Field TripSyllabusCartier
7412491360Creating Quick Response CodesSyllabusCartier
7322791365Beginning Photoshop for TeachersSyllabusHair
7442691366Creative Teaching Ideas with Pinterest SyllabusHair
7332691367Creative Tools for the MacSyllabusHair
7092891368Intermediate Photoshop for TeachersSyllabusHair
7062291369Using Google Tools in the ClassroomSyllabusNajarian
7392391370Leveraging Technology to Create Differentiated Learning EnvironmentsSyllabusNajarian
7191891371Making Technology Count in K-8 MathSyllabusNajarian
7252591372Assistive Technology and Accessible Instructional MaterialsSyllabusRobinson

 

Social/Behavioral

PRDV #CRN #  COURSE TITLE  SYLLABUS  INSTRUCTOR
7152791363Substance Abuse & AddictionSyllabusMaloney
7182791352Move the Body, Engage the BrainSyllabusKaczynski
7322691356Executive Function in the ClassroomSyllabusGately
7352691351Mindfulness for Young LearnersSyllabusKaczynski

 

Special Education

 PRDV # CRN # COURSE TITLE SYLLABUS INSTRUCTOR
7251991343Special Education: IEP – An In-Depth Study SyllabusMerriam
7261991344Knowledge of Services: Developing Collaborative Relationships and Integrating ServicesSyllabusMerriam
7271991346Special Education: Federal and State Laws and RegulationsSyllabusMerriam
7392491347Design or Modification of Curriculum Materials and General Education Classroom Environments for Students with Moderate DisabilitiesSyllabusMerriam
7402491348Ways To Prepare and Maintain Students With Disabilities for General Education Classrooms: Including Use of Behavioral Management PrinciplesSyllabusMerriam

 

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.