Faith Simpson| 260-481-0741| firstname.lastname@example.org
Many educators and parents have recently been introduced to the iPad at school and want to learn more about its basic features. This exciting hands-on workshop is a great opportunity in learning to use the iPad as an effective resource tool. Topics covered include: the basics of the iPad, becoming acquainted with productivity apps, and choosing the appropriate apps. Designed specifically for those wanting to learn the iPad in a fun, supportive and interactive environment.
1.11.14, 1.18.14 9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Register here
2.03.14, 2.10.13 6:00 P.M.- 10:00 P.M. Register here
This is an experiential learning course taught by internationally renowned instructor Tim Lautzenheiser.
Throughout the course leadership lessons from Dr. Stephen Covey and others are examined in relationship to teachers' roles and the impact effective leadership has on programs and students. LITA employs a collaborative, experiential methodology in training on key elements of leadership. Assignments include print and online article reviews, leadership workbook activities, reading assignments and reflection activities. Guest speakers will give their perspective on leadership and fine arts education. The overall goal of the course is to see participants grow in leadership skills and positively impact fine arts programming and student's lives.
This course awards 45 PGPs upon completion and is also also available for three credit hours of MUS E536 or MUSF 419. Contact Continuing Studies for details.
Optional Textbook: Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey is suggested.
01.13.13, 05.01.14 6:00-8:50 P.M.
The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) has implemented a License Verification and Information System (LVIS). This system replaces the Teacher Online Licensure System (TOLS) formerly used by the IDOE to process Educator licensure requests. The IDOE will accept licensure applications through the LVIS system. See the IDOE website http://www.doe.in.gov/educatorlicensing/ for more information or contact Jim Beard at email@example.com or 260-481-4100.