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High school students experience nursing as a career choice

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June 22, 2011 FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Twenty-one high school students took part in the ninth annual summer nurse camp sponsored by Marian University and Agnesian HealthCare in June. Participants came from a variety of high schools, including Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac, Hortonville, Kewaskum, Neenah, Omro, Sheboygan, St. Mary Springs and Winnebago Lutheran […]
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SPE 614 Emergent Literacy

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An overview and application of early literacy instructional strategies in word recognition, including phonemic awareness and phonics, fluency, vocabulary development, and an introduction to comprehension, provides students with a strong foundation to reading and writing instruction. Specific focus will be given to developing reading instruction for students with special needs by combining research with everyday […]
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SPE 615 Methods of Teaching Content to Diverse Learners

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An overview and application of instructional strategies to provide collaborative supports, accommodations, and differentiated instruction and curriculum to include students with disabilities and other special needs in general education classes. Appropriate adjustments to teaching, learning and assessment will include development of an understanding of the connections between various content areas (math, science and social studies) […]
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RDG 601 Foundations of Reading

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Explores the theoretical models of literacy as a means for shaping and transmitting culture. The Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Reading Foundational Skills and the National Standards for ELA support the instructional reading strategies for Word Recognition, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency and Comprehension, which are identified and connected to the theoretical models. Students examine the relationship between political […]
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SPE 315 Methods of Teaching Content to Diverse Learners

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An overview and application of instructional strategies to provide collaborative supports, accommodations, and differentiated instruction and curriculum to include students with disabilities and other special needs in general education classes. Appropriate adjustments to teaching, learning and assessment will include development of an understanding of the connections between various content areas (math, science and social studies) […]
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RDG 648 Multicultural Literacy

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Exploration of the various kinds of literature and informational text based on The Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for ELA and the National Standards for ELA available to children, adolescents, and teachers of reading and writing. Literature and informational instructional strategies to guide and assess children at various stages of development appropriate to their interests, needs, […]
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SEC 430 Science Curriculum & Methods

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A course in writing objectives, building curriculum models, selecting evaluation procedures, studying existing educational systems, comparing various instructional materials and programs and observing the developmental levels of learning. Emphasis is placed on the application of inquiry in the exercise of scientific method, enabling the student to relate the processes of goal setting, planning, evaluation, and decision making […]
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Marian University helps high school students shadow, learn from St. Agnes Hospital RNs

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Nineteen incoming junior and senior high school students graduated last week from the 17th annual Marian University and St. Agnes Hospital Nurse Camp after experiencing hands-on learning opportunities at the hospital. The four-day camp, supported by a donation in memory of Dr. Ruth Willmington that allows attendees to participate at no cost, exposed students to […]
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Applying for Financial Aid

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Application Process Applying for Financial Aid Financial Aid Award Guide Disbursement Procedure Aid cannot be applied to your tuition until you are enrolled at least half-time (6 credits undergraduate/3 credits graduate) and all requested documentation has been completed. Your aid will be credited directly to your account at the Office of Business and Finance.   If […]
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RDG 796 Literacy Practicum

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Practicum for teaching students identified in need of literacy support. Topics include case study, assessment, and instructional strategies. Seminars facilitate the reflection of assessment, teaching, and learning for students with reading difficulties.
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