New Online Educational Therapy courses for teachers start Sept. 30
- September 27, 2013 5:00am
Cal State East Bay is excited to announce two new online teacher education courses in the field of Educational Therapy! Teachers can obtain 3 CEUs for each course, while either fulfilling state requirements for professional development or simply satisfying a desire to grow professionally and obtain new knowledge and ideas for their students.
Classes start on Monday, Sept. 30 so register today!
Fall Quarter Educational Therapy Courses include:
EXSP 8861 Principles in Educational Therapy – Class Number 3600
This six week online course is designed for participants who are interested in developing a clinical practice in the profession of educational therapy. This course increases the participants understanding of working with students who have learning difficulties from an educational therapy perspective. Issues related to case management, collaboration, and self-reflection are introduced.
EXSP 8817 Neuropsychological Principles of Learning – Class Number 3598
This class will cover fundamental issues in the integration of neuropsychological research, theory, and education. Students will develop an intellectual framework that allows them to continue to integrate emerging research in this rapidly evolving field.
For more information, contact Kathy Futterman at email@example.com.
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