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Marian University Hosts 13th Annual Summer Nursing Camp

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FOND DU LAC, Wis. – Twenty high school students from around the state participated in the 13 th annual summer nursing camp, hosted by Marian University in partnership with Agnesian HealthCare. The camp, which took place in June over four days, was an intensive immersion experience, providing hands-on opportunities through a nursing skills lab, instructional […]
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Library Instruction and Information for Faculty

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Library Instruction and Library Research Assignment Tips for Faculty: The library staff provides library instruction sessions, research workshops, orientations and classroom visits both on campus and at outreach sites upon faculty request. If you would like to schedule a session, please have the following information available: What? What is the project or assignment that your […]
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SPE 626 Curriculum & Instruction for Students with Disabilities

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/spe-626-curr-instruct-students-wdisabilities/
This course engages candidates in the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary for curriculum development and adaptation as it relates to students with disabilities in the general education curriculum. The candidate will learn research-based strategies for planning, implementing and evaluating effective instructional programs for an inclusive curriculum that emphasizes the strengths but accommodates the unique needs of all […]
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SPE 426 Curriculum & Instruction for Students with Disabilities

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/spe-426-curr-instruct-students-wdisabilities/
This course engages candidates in the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary for curriculum development and adaptation as it relates to students with disabilities in the general education curriculum. The candidate will learn research-based strategies for planning, implementing and evaluating effective instructional programs for an inclusive curriculum that emphasizes the strengths but accommodates the unique needs of all […]
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TCH 619 Foundations of Clinical Practice

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/tch-619-foundations-of-clinical-practice/
Develops foundational skills for clinical practice such as instructional context, lesson planning, interactive instructional strategies, assessment, integrating technology and classroom management. Students plan and deliver micro-lessons to their peers and engage in reflective practice.
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SPE 614B Applications of Emergent Literacy

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/spe-614b-applications-of-emergent-literacy/
The application of early literacy instructional strategies with emphasis on planning engaging instructional strategies and assessment of student learning for at-risk readers.
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TCH 660B The Instructional Cycle: Teaching

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/tch-660b-the-instructional-cycle-teaching/
Students examine the instructional cycle and apply concepts and strategies of instructional delivery, including the application of formative assessment and engagement in reflective practice. This course includes a 20 hour field experience.
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TCH 619A Foundations of Clinical Practice I

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Develops foundational skills for clinical practice such as instructional context, lesson planning, and interactive instructional strategies.
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Marian University Professors Present at Florida Educational Technology Conference

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/news/marian-university-professors-present-at-florida-educational-technology-conference/
FOND DU LAC, Wis- On Jan. 28, Kristi Shaw and Malia Hoffmann, assistant professors of Educational Technology, gave a three hour workshop presentation entitled “Instructional Design for Distance Learning Using iTunes U and iBooks Author” at the Florida Educational Technology Conference.
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ECE 302 Methods of Teaching the Young Child

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/ece-302-methods-of-teaching-the-young-child/
Examines the curriculum content of early childhood education programs and identifies developmentally appropriate teaching methodology. Focus is on designing and implementing a comprehensive education program: child assessment, curriculum design, learning activities and materials, classroom organization, instructional techniques, behavior management, and program evaluation. Students develop skills by creating a thematic unit and teaching lessons in a […]
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