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CVTC and local high schools have partnered to offer incoming sophomores, juniors, seniors who are interested in the educational field, an opportunity to earn college credit. Dual credit academies give high school students a chance to navigate their interests and career options to develop the most successful and individualized career path. Credits earned through this academy can be applied to CVTC's Foundations of Teacher Education Associate Degree.
Education is a dynamic and ever-changing career field. Learn about the historical, philosophical, and social foundations of education. Explore issues and trends in elementary, middle and secondary institutions including WI and national regulations, fundamentals of teaching methodologies, learning styles, and basic assessment techniques. Students will also gain experience in creating and using web tools and online classroom techniques. This academy also provides an overview of special education law, societal responses to students with disabilities and the impact of family dynamics.
EDU: Introduction to Educational Practices
August 24 - December 14, 2020
EDU: Behavior Management
EDU: Overview of Special Education
EDU: Introduction to Educational Practices (3 credits)
This course will include the study of historical, philosophical and social foundations of education; issues and trends including diversity affecting our schools of today including elementary, middle level and secondary educational settings. An overview of the WI Department of Public Instruction and federal regulations; WI Act 31 Treaty Rights, fundamentals of teaching methodologies, learning styles, questioning techniques, and basic assessment practices will be addressed.
EDU: Behavior Management (3 credits)This course provides the opportunity for the learner to develop the knowledge and skills to use trending classroom technologies. Students will gain experience in creating and using web tools including electronic portfolios.
EDU: Overview of Special Education (3 credits)Students evaluate models of behavior management, analyze social emotional learning, and explain the importance of proactive management techniques. In addition, students evaluate models of behavior management, analyze behavior and analyze the influence of Adverse Childhood Experiences on behavior in order to focus on developing skills to assist in empowering children to take an active role in self-control and classroom management.
9 Credit High School Academy
Registration Status //Open
Academy Dates //August 24 - December 14, 2020
Days of Week //Online
Classroom Location //Online
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