ECE 4/592- Millicent Atkins Early Learning AcademyInstructor
: Dr. Gayle BortnemDescription
: This workshop/course is designed to give early childhood pre-service and teachers in the field (pre-2nd grade) and/or those that work in the field of early childhood insight into teaching strategies that are based on current research and developmentally appropriate practice. There will be focus on various curriculum areas that support young children’s learning in their programs and classrooms. This course will provide students with the opportunity to obtain information about teaching young children in developmentally appropriate ways. Additionally, students will have opportunities to share their experiences and network with other early childhood professionals face-to-face and online through discussions on D2L.
: Oct. 23 6:30-9:30 p.m., Oct. 24 9 a.m.-4 p.mWorkshop Location:
NSU Student UnionCourse Dates:
Oct. 23-Dec. 16, 2015Register for course with credit
Register for workshop only
Annual Back to School Workshop
'Equipping Leaders for Greater Impact'
8:30 a.m.-noon on Aug. 20
Dacotah Event Center (DEC)
720 Lamont St., Aberdeen
Workshop Course Instructor: Dr. Andria Moon
Workshop Speaker: Bob Upgren
Description: This course builds on the leadership concepts “Equipping Leaders for Greater Impact” shared by Bob Upgren, NSU’s Back to School Workshop speaker. This course will help teachers see themselves in a new light. The course book will guide individuals to become more productive and creative in their organization. This course aims to help teachers gain greater personal achievement. Admission to the workshop is free.
The workshop is available via the Dakota Digital Network (DDN) for schools, school districts, and individuals beyond the Aberdeen geographic area. Please contact NSU Online & Continuing Education at 605-626-2568 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Workshop Course Information: Individuals have the opportunity to register for EDFN 4/592 N800T Tp: Equipping Leaders for Greater Impact, available for 1 undergraduate or 1 graduate credit. Course content will be delivered via Desire2Learn (D2L).
Course Tuition: $40 - Financial support provided by a third party enables NSU to charge a reduced tuition per credit hour for this course.
Course Dates: Aug. 24-Dec. 16
ART 192- Community Theatre
Instructor: Dr. Brian Holder
Course/Catalog Description: A study of theater on location at the Bullock Community Center, through actual practical experience, with emphasis on learning the requirements of producing, directing and performing in a live performance. Practical Application of the Theater Arts provides students a practical experience on the mechanics of all aspects involving a theatrical performance. This course makes use of rehearsal, set construction, lighting, costuming, promotion, assisting in directing, and acting to give students practical grounding in preparing a performance from beginning to end. Students will study basic principles of setting up a theatrical production. They will study acting principles, assist with stage construction, help set lights, aid in costuming and makeup, work with promotion, act in the performance and help with striking the set and finishing details.
Credit: 1 credit
Workshop Date/Time: TBD
Workshop Location: Bullock Community Center, 10930 Ladner Road, Buffalo, S.D. 57720
Course dates: Jan. 11-March 25, 2016