CPS Course Listing
Summer II 2015 courses are now available and registration is open.
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- Dynamic Leadership:Inspiring and Supporting Your Teaching Faculty
August 5 and 6
- Experiments in Arts: The Artistic Process
August 3,4,5 and 6
- Meeting the Diverse Needs of Beginning Readers (Grades K-3)
August 3 and 4
- Sounds in Motion: The Development of Auditory Perception and Early Literacy through the use of Body Movements (Grades Pre-K – 1
- Supporting Emergent Literacy in the Classroom (Pre-School, Ages 3 - 5 Years)
August 5 and 6
Fall 2015 courses are now available and registration is open.
- Behavior Management Strategies for the Classroom Teacher
December 4 and 5
- Constructing a Democratic Classroom: Focus on Routines, Rules and Transitions
November 6 and 7
- The Essential Orton-Gillingham
November 13, 14, 20, 21
Sychronous portion due December 6, 2015
- Motor Play to Enhance Growth in the Classroom
- The Reggio-Emilia Approach: Interpreting Theory and Practice for Schools in the United States
November 13 and 14
Certificates & Programs
Digital Technologies and the Early Childhood Environment Certificate
This online certificate is designed for educators of children, ages four through eight, who wish to learn more about technology and its authentic use in the early childhood environment. The methods and technologies introduced emphasize culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate practices for a variety of early childhood settings. The courses for this certificate take place over four weeks and include asynchronous (at your own pace) activities and periodic synchronous (together, live, in real time) sessions. Course instructors will act both as a leaders and mentors by offering regular support, suggestions, and direction. Students should expect to spend 3-5 hours per week on coursework.
Summer Camp & Afterschool Leadership Certificate
This online certificate is designed for professionals in leadership, administration, and staff positions who wish to expand their professional skills and learn more about the Bank Street approach to camp and afterschool programs. Participants explore developmentally appropriate theories and practices through the context of summer camp and afterschool programming including opportunities to build upon student’s academic knowledge, negate summer learning loss, and support children’s social-emotional growth. Participants will gain practical skills and techniques to identify areas of improvement, set realistic goals, and implement strategies to reach those goals.