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CEU 2318 Special Education: Assessment and Individual Education Plans (3 units)

Uses the Individual Educational Plan (IEP) as a tool to explore principles of sound assessment. Recognizes that successful special education depends on assessment for accurate description of students and their abilites as well as for encouraging and monitoring progress. Documents assessment results and goals through the IEP. Covers evaluation of assessment instruments used in high stakes decisions as well as teacher constructed instruments designed to track student progress within the classroom. Considers IEP development and use to record assessment results. Equivalent: EDSE 5081.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1203 Preciado, Jorge (3 units)
Jul 14-Jul 17 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under EDSE 5081 (3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

CEU 3003 Foundations of Special Education (3 units)

This course examines the learning needs of students with a wide variety of disabilities with a special emphasis on standards for all personnel who provide special education or related services in a public or private school. Students will become aware of specific accommodations, modifications, as well as the need for specially designed instruction. Students will also receive an overview of the requirements of special education law as outlined in the individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and other legislation. Equivalent: EDSE 5083.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1193 Eigenbrood, Dirk (3 units)
Jun 30-Jul 3 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - McKenna Hall 117
(Also available under EDSE 5083 (1-3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

CEU 3141 Severe Disabilities (3 units)

In the education system there are students identified as having severe disabilities otherwise known as low incidence. Severe Disabilities as identified by the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA 2004) fall under the following categories: hearing impairments, visual impairments, deaf/blindness, intellectual disabilities, orthopedic impairments, other health impairments, autism, traumatic brain injury and multiple disabilities. This course will examine the characteristics of individuals identified with severe disabilities, their unique educational and service delivery needs, family and community issues, theoretical approaches, as well as instructional strategies, application and supports.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1211 Staff, CPE (3 units)
Jul 21-Jul 24 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA
(Also available under EDSE 5127 (3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

CEU 3142 Teaching Reading to Exceptional Students (3 units)

Explore the learner characteristics associated with reading difficulties and how to remediate them at both the elementary and secondary levels. Learn to create a balanced reading program for students with disabilities that includes phonemic, word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency skills. Students will learn how to assess, teach and monitor reading skills. Students will create their own materials for reading instruction and learn how to evaluate commercially-available reading programs for appropriateness for students with disabilities. Equivalent: EDSE 5353.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1197 Harris, Pamela (3 units)
Jul 7-Jul 10 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under EDSE 5653 (3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.
2013 - 2014 1201 Harris, Pamela (3 units)
Jul 14-Jul 17 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Otto Miller Hall 128
(Also available under EDSE 5653 (3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.
Notes: This section is for ARC students.

CEU 3369 Understanding the Brain: Implications for Classroom Practice (3 units)

We now have more information than ever before about how the brain learns and remembers, which can help us hone our teaching strategies to enhance and support student learning. During this course, participants will explore the tenets of neuroeducation and design strategies to put these ideas to use in the classroom. Equivalent: EDCT 5171.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1205 Gangstad, Cathy (3 units)
Jul 21-Jul 24 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under EDCT 5171 (2-3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

CEU 3456 Using an RTI Model to Improve Literacy Outcome (3 units)

Focuses on the critical features of a Response to Intervention Model when supporting K-6 struggling readers. The instructors will provide information on the critical core tenets of RtI and demonstrate how an RtI problem solving model can improve literacy outcomes for students. At the core of the professional development will be information and modeling of the five big ideas in literacy, interpreting and using literacy assessments to make instructional decisions, information explaining the key role of school-wide systemic changes, and the need for ongoing professional development. Participants will walk away with evidence-based practices regarding literacy, assessments, and a solid understanding of the importance of utilizing a RtI model to sustain an effective literacy program. Equivalent: EDRD 5785.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1195 Preciado, Jorge (3 units)
Jun 30-Jul 3 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under EDRD 5785 (3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

CEU 3553 Classroom Management is More than Discipline: Integrating Love & Logic and Habits of Mind (3 units)

Student learning is the focus of this course. Given nine skills of Love and Logic, participants are able to understand how their actions can enhance the self-esteem of their students as well as share control with students by offering choices. The sixteen Habits of Mind are introduced as a means of laying a foundation for teachers and their students to realize their potential. Equivalent: EDCT 5331.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1199 Burdett, Susan (3 units)
Jul 7-Jul 10 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - McKenna Hall 117
(Also available under EDCT 5331 (3 credits))
Tuition: $570 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDCT 5171 Understanding the Brain: Implications for Classroom Practice (2-3 credits)

We now have more information than ever before about how the brain learns and remembers, which can help us hone our teaching strategies to enhance and support student learning. During this course, participants will explore the tenets of neuroeducation and design strategies to put these ideas to use in the classroom. Equivalent: CEU 3369.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1204 Gangstad, Cathy (3 credits)
Jul 21-Jul 24 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under CEU 3369 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDCT 5331 Classroom Management is More than Discipline: Integrating Love & Logic and Habits of Mind (3 credits)

Student learning is the focus of this course. Given nine skills of Love and Logic, participants are able to understand how their actions can enhance the self-esteem of their students as well as share control with students by offering choices. The sixteen Habits of Mind are introduced as a means of laying a foundation for teachers and their students to realize their potential. Equivalent: CEU 3553.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1198 Burdett, Susan (3 credits)
Jul 7-Jul 10 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - McKenna Hall 117
(Also available under CEU 3553 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDRD 5785 Using an RTI Model to Improve Literacy Outcome (3 credits)

Focuses on the critical features of a Response to Intervention Model when supporting K-6 struggling readers. The instructors will provide information on the critical core tenets of RtI and demonstrate how an RtI problem solving model can improve literacy outcomes for students. At the core of the professional development will be information and modeling of the five big ideas in literacy, interpreting and using literacy assessments to make instructional decisions, information explaining the key role of school-wide systemic changes, and the need for ongoing professional development. Participants will walk away with evidence-based practices regarding literacy, assessments, and a solid understanding of the importance of utilizing a RtI model to sustain an effective literacy program. Equivalent: CEU 3456.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1194 Preciado, Jorge (3 credits)
Jun 30-Jul 3 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under CEU 3456 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDSE 5081 Special Education: Assessment and Individual Education Plans (3 credits)

Uses the Individual Educational Plan (IEP) as a tool to explore principles of sound assessment. Recognizes that successful special education depends on assessment for accurate description of students and their abilites as well as for encouraging and monitoring progress. Documents assessment results and goals through the IEP. Covers evaluation of assessment instruments used in high stakes decisions as well as teacher constructed instruments designed to track student progress within the classroom. Considers IEP development and use to record assessment results. Equivalent: CEU 2318.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1202 Preciado, Jorge (3 credits)
Jul 14-Jul 17 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under CEU 2318 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDSE 5083 Foundations of Special Education (1-3 credits)

This course examines the learning needs of students with a wide variety of disabilities with a special emphasis on standards for all personnel who provide special education or related services in a public or private school. Students will become aware of specific accommodations, modifications, as well as the need for specially designed instruction. Students will also receive an overview of the requirements of special education law as outlined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and other legislation. Equivalent: CEU 3003.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1192 Eigenbrood, Dirk (3 credits)
Jun 30-Jul 3 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - McKenna Hall 117
(Also available under CEU 3003 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDSE 5127 Severe Disabilities (3 credits)

In the education system there are students identified as having severe disabilities otherwise known as low incidence. Severe Disabilities as identified by the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA 2004) fall under the following categories: hearing impairments, visual impairments, deaf/blindness, intellectual disabilities, orthopedic impairments, other health impairments, autism, traumatic brain injury and multiple disabilities. This course will examine the characteristics of individuals identified with severe disabilities, their unique educational and service delivery needs, family and community issues, theoretical approaches, as well as instructional strategies, application and supports.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1210 Staff, CPE (3 credits)
Jul 21-Jul 24 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA
(Also available under CEU 3141 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.

EDSE 5653 Teaching Reading to Exceptional Students (3 credits)

Explore the learner characteristics associated with reading difficulties and how to remediate them at both the elementary and secondary levels. Learn to create a balanced reading program for students with disabilities that includes phonemic, word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency skills. Students will learn how to assess, teach and monitor reading skills. Students will create their own materials for reading instruction and learn how to evaluate commercially-available reading programs for appropriateness for students with disabilities. Equivalent: CEU 3142.
Term CRN Instructor Credits
2013 - 2014 1196 Harris, Pamela (3 credits)
Jul 7-Jul 10 8:30am-4:30pm MTWTh SPU, Seattle WA - Bertona 4
(Also available under CEU 3142 (3 Units))
Tuition: $630 flat fee
Register: To register for this course, visit here or call 206/281-2274.