Are you interested in exploring innovative and engaging learning experiences for your students? Are you considering a leadership role in your district and want to explore innovative ways others are leading schools and organizations? If so, consider the STEM Education Certificate Program at Wright State University. The summer course schedule goes from 11 May to 31 July.
This Certificate program is designed to be relevant to leaders and teachers of all grade levels and content areas, not just math and science teachers. It is focused on helping teachers understand more about the learning experiences they provide for students, and to help school leaders create schools where students and adults are engaged and inspired. We know that all good teachers and school leaders must be both learners and leaders. That’s why the WSU STEM Education Certificate Program includes a pair of courses focused on learning, teaching, and assessment practices, as well as a pair of courses focused on leading in today’s classrooms and schools.
All courses are taught in a hybrid format—some face-to-face meetings and some meetings and work done electronically.
STEP 1: APPLY online to the Graduate School* www.wright.edu/graduate-school
STEP 2: Talk with an advisor email@example.com 937-775-3275
STEP 3: Register for classes Required Coursework: All courses are taught in a hybrid format—some face-to-face meetings and some meetings and work done electronically.
ED 7870 - Curriculum & Instructional Design for Project–based Learning
ED 7860 - Assessment & Evaluation for Instruction
EDL 7711 – Leadership for School Improvement:
STEM EDL 7751 - Instructional Leadership and Change: STEM
*Must apply and meet admission requirements (Must have a current teaching license, a GPA of 3.0 or above / or equivalent graduate test score such as a GRE)