Registration is going on now for fourteen new classes offering graduate credit
DETROIT, Jan. 24, 2013 – Marygrove College today announced the addition of an exciting new complement of continuing education graduate recertification courses for teachers in cooperation with Learner’s Edge, Inc. (LEI). The expanded course selection offers dynamic topics that are timely and relevant for educators, such as autism, bullying and addressing multiple intelligences.
The partnership promises to provide interesting, affordable, applicable and rigorous courses for classroom teachers, school administrators, school counselors, speech therapists, school nurses and other education professionals. These courses are designed to expand the knowledge base of professionals, enhance classroom instruction and ultimately increase student achievement, which is a foundational goal shared by both Marygrove and LEI.
“In this increasingly competitive climate for teachers, it is important to offer courses that keep teachers on top of their game,” said Jo Ann Cusmano, Executive Director, Continuing Education and Career Enhancement at Marygrove. “We are very pleased to expand our offerings with quality courses in collaboration with Learner’s Edge.”
In cooperation with its academic partners, LEI has been devoted to helping teachers reach the highest level of success in their classrooms and their careers since 2002. Marygrove plans to grow the LEI course schedule from the current 14 to roughly 50 courses slated for availability by summer, 2013.
Brain Works: Better Teaching with the Brain in Mind
Reaching Young Readers: Improving Reading Skills K - 3
Fully Wired: Understanding and Empowering Adolescents
Sticks and Stones: The No-Bully Zone
Engaging Multiple Intelligences in Your Classroom
Differentiated Learning: How to Teach to Varying Ability Levels
Effective Classroom Management
Gender Matters: How Boys and Girls Learn
Succeeding With the Struggling Student
Across the Spectrum: Teaching Students with Autism
What Great Teachers Do
Parent Trap: Dealing with Difficult Parents
Good to Great: Principles of Good Teaching
The Courage to Care: Working with At-Risk Students
In the Face of Poverty
What Great Middle School Teachers Do
Math Works: Teaching Math with the Brain in Mind
The Driving Force: Keys to Developing a Motivating Classroom
ADHD: Focusing, Learning, Teaching
Igniting Creativity, Comprehension and Collaboration Through Inquiry
About Marygrove College
Founded by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) in 1905, Marygrove College is an independent liberal arts college and a Catholic institution of higher learning with a passion for educating teachers. The college’s commitment to the city of Detroit comprises an institutional mission and vision for developing urban leaders. The main campus is situated on 53 wooded acres in northwest Detroit.
8425 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221