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Sue Stoddart

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/staff/sue-stoddart/
Sue Stoddart earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree at Capella University in Instructional Design for Teaching and Training Online. Sue earned both a master’s degree in educational technology from Ohio University and a master’s degree in special education from The Ohio State University. Her bachelor’s degree in education was also from The Ohio State University. Sue […]
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SEC 460 Methods of Teaching Technology Education

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/sec-460-methods-of-teaching-technology-education/
Practical approaches and principles for effective technology education instruction. Application of the understanding of technology education by developing, delivering, and refining technology education lessons and learning segments. Classroom management, instructional design, differentitaiton, and assessment are addresses. This course includes a 20 hour field expeience.
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CRJ 495 Capstone Project in Criminal Justice

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/crj-495-capstone-project-in-criminal-justice/
The capstone project includes an individual research, design, and implementation project chosen by each student. Projects will be approved by the faculty member leading the capstone course. The expectation is that this would be a significant project acting as a capstone for their criminal justice leadership education. Depending on the student’s interest, there may be more […]
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TDE 645 Diff Instruct & Response to Intervention

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/tde-645-diff-instruct-response-to-intervention/
This course explores individual differences in students and the concepts of Differentiated Instruction and how it applies to RTI initiatives and Understanding by Design. Universal Design for Learning will serve as a conceptual framework for making information and activities equally accessible to all people of all functional and ability levels without distinctions.
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TCH 630 Science & Health Curriculum and Instruction

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/tch-630-science-health-curriculum-and-instruct/
This course develops professional expertise in the design and evaluation of science curriculum and instruction, including the health sciences, and in the assessment of student learning of this content. Theory, methods and models specific to the fields of science and health education are used to evaluate curriculum and select standards-based learning targets, design inquiry-based instruction, plan […]
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PSY 722B Training & Development Design

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/psy-722b-training-development-design/
Overview and application of employee training methods, design, development, and evaluation procedures, including cost/benefit analysis. Emphasis on how to perform a needs analysis, how to use job analysis or performance evaluation data to design a training program, and how to maximize adult learning and transfer.
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PSY 722A Training & Development Theory

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/psy-722a-training-development-theory/
Explanation of employee training methods, design, development, and evaluation procedures, including cost/benefit analysis. Emphasis on Adult Learning Theory, performing needs analyses, using job analysis or performance evaluation data to design a training program, and maximizing adult learning and transfer.
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PSY 706A Concepts of Organizational Development

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/psy-706a-concepts-of-organizational-development/
Examination of concepts in conflict management, talent management, change management, effective design and analyzation of organizational surveys, and professional and organizational development from the results of such surveys. Exploration of the assessment of organizational needs and the design, implementation, and evaluation of programs to facilitate professional development to support the organizational performance and growth.
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1.30.2019 – Faces of Marian: Claire Schultz

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/news-and-events/1-30-2018-faces-of-marian-claire-schultz/
Claire Schultz is a senior from Columbus, Wisconsin, and she is majoring in graphic design. Her passion is art, and she particularly enjoys drawing and painting. On-campus, she is the Art Club Treasurer, a graphic designer for Fair Trade, and a graphic design intern. She turns to art for relaxation and takes pride in having […]
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HSL 495 Capstone Project in Homeland Security

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/hsl-495-capstone-project-in-homeland-security/
This course is the final in a six-course comprehensive certificate in leadership for Homeland Security. The Capstone Project will be an individual research, design, and implementation project chosen by each student. Projects are approved by the faculty member leading the Capstone Course. The expectation is that this would be a significant project acting as a capstone […]
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