General Information about Other Courses
Title: College Attainment
Author: Nathan Lockett
Abstract: The overarching goal of this mini-course is to help teachers (after-school program leaders, guidance counselors and administrators of all levels) to create a program that helps their students and students' families realize how possible college is.
Course Objective: Participants’ middle school students will be to understand, and help their parents understand the financial aid process, identify the many types of college majors available, identify a possible college major, identify the type of HS course work that needs to be taken to be accepted to a college that has that major, understand the college admissions process, and understand that college is accessible for them.
Tag(s): College Attainment
Author: Lydia Ashley
Abstract: This course aims at providing general public about knowledge of fingerprint in all aspects.
Course Objective: After completing this course, learners will gain a fundamental understanding of fingerprints and the history of fingerprinting, identify the offenses that are considered "printable" offenses, know the proper security/safety procedures taken before fingerprinting a subject, obtain sufficient fingerprints from a subject, and know the proper way to fill out a fingerprint card.
Author: Meghan Blair
Abstract: This course focuses on providing teachers with successful behavior management plans and strategies for the implementation of these plans.
Course Objective: 1) Articulate the value of creating a behavior management system for their classroom 2) Implement a management plan in their classroom 3) Identify poor classroom management and modify a behavior plan accordingly
Tag(s): management, behavior, plan,
Title: David's Menu Course
Author: David Wixted
Course Objective: N/A
Tag(s): restaurant, menu,
Title: Flipping the Classroom
Author: Benjamin Jacaruso
Course Objective: The target objective of this unit is to develop an awareness of our goals and objectives in learning a new teaching style and to develop a good idea of the basic requirements of flipping the classroom.
Tag(s): Teaching, Flipping the classroom,