SIUE: Principal Preparation (MSED and EDS) & Superintendent Programs (EDS) STARTING FALL 2018—near you!

The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Education, Health & Human Behavior is preparing to offer the Principal Preparation Program and the Superintendent Program at satellite locations near you.

A few of the many advantages to continuing your professional learning at SIUE include: Graduate advisors and faculty are highly-qualified and have extensive professional experience. Each class incorporates meaningful and relevant learning activities. Program internships are carefully aligned with the coursework to create a cohesive experience. Mentor-supported leadership experiences are integrated throughout the internships. Schedules are work friendly. Newly-revised programs reflect the most recent changes in Illinois licensure and endorsement. Tuition waivers are accepted.

Principal Preparation Program

• Master’s degree and Education Specialist degree (both options lead to endorsement)
• Hybrid program (one night every other week or one Sat a month) starting Fall 2018
• Admission requires 2 years of teaching experience
• Flexibility to complete at your own pace – Fast Track (4 semesters) and 2-year option available

Superintendent Program

• Specialist degree (leads to endorsement)
• Hybrid program (one night every other week or one Sat a month) starting Fall 2018
• Admission requires a license as Chief School Business Official, Principal, Special Education Director or school administrative position requiring one of these licenses
• Flexibility to complete at your own pace – Fast Track (4 semesters) and 2-year option available

Join us and please share! Apply now at: http://www.siue.edu/apply/

Click HERE for a flyer.

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TeachIllinois Offering 3 Online Courses this Summer.

TeachIllinois is proud to offer 3 online courses this summer that can be taken for graduate credit through Lindenwood University. Courses are $199 for 30 PDHours, with 2 graduate credits for an additional $150 through LU. Combined, that’s less than 1 credit hour at some places.

– Using Google to Improve Student Writing
– Workflow Tips for Educators
– Giving better and Faster Feedback in the Classroom

Tyler Youngers is the instructor of these 100% online courses. He has taught these courses online in Iowa and has experience as a classroom writing teacher in public education.

Let me know if you have questions. mweld@roe3.org

Click the link below for a flyer.
http://roe41.org/pdffiles/TeachIllinoisSummer2018.pdf

 

Please share with your teachers and administrators! Thanks…

Columbus Elementary School’s “Anti-bullying” Activity with Fredbird

On Friday, March 16th, Fredbird visited Columbus Elementary School (Edwardsville School District.)  Each day, we begin with a morning meeting from 9:00-9:15 a.m.  Mrs. Matarelli, the principal, opened the meeting and today’s emphasis was the importance of team work.  Students were involved in the activity and provided key characteristics of how to be a positive team player.  Respect, unselfish, and hard work were the three main ideas that the students suggested.  The overall experience was very positive.  The Columbus teachers and staff will continue to incorporate character education to help our students understand the importance of bullying “Stops with Me”.