Presentation on theme: "Credit Opportunity University of Wisconsin ˗ La Crosse Department of Health Education and Health Promotion Continuing Education and Extension 1 credit."— Presentation transcript:
Credit Opportunity University of Wisconsin ˗ La Crosse Department of Health Education and Health Promotion Continuing Education and Extension 1 credit option at either the undergraduate or graduate level HED 467 (undergraduate) HED 567 (graduate) Repeatable credit opportunity HED 495 (undergraduate) HED 595 (graduate)
Why Enroll? Provides an opportunity to earn university credit Credit can be used to meet professional development/continuing education requirements needed to maintain your teaching license Provides an opportunity to apply new strategies in your classroom Holds you accountable to advancing your teaching Students appreciate new and different instructional approaches
Course Information Attend at least 5 program sessions during the convention. To document your attendance, ask the presenter(s) of each session you attend to sign the form that has been provided. The signed form must accompany your application project. Your project may address 1 or more of the sessions you attended. The convention offers 9 sessions. *note: The post-convention APE workshop sponsored by Carroll College involves a separate registration process and thus, does not count toward credit for HED 467/567.
Course Information Develop a “focused” application project. An application project portrays how a concept, idea, theory, or practical teaching technique can be applied to your actual or projected professional setting and enhances your professional contribution or development in Health Education. Examples Using Technology to Teach AODA Prevention Education Combat Obesity and Promote Health and Wellness Online!
Course Information Your project might include: an introduction to establish a rationale for the project a description of the project knowledge, skills, teaching applications, etc. gained from the project how you plan to (or did) implement the project personal and professional insights about the project, especially those that occurred as a result of actually implementing the project
Course Information Undergraduate credit The project outline should be 1-2 pages. The primary document should be 3-5 pages, excluding additional attachments. Graduate credit The project outline should be 1-2 pages. The primary document should be 6-9 pages and should provide a more detailed description of the project to include an alignment with national health education and/or physical education standards/competencies. Include how students or adolescents will grow and develop in the identified standards/competencies. A copy of the National Health Education Standards can be found at: http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/sher/standards/
Due Dates Project outlines are due on Friday, November 2nd, 2012. Application projects are due on Friday, November 16th, 2012. You can submit your materials electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to: Dr. Michele Pettit University of Wisconsin ˗ La Crosse Department of Health Education and Health Promotion
Fees Undergraduate credit $283.70/credit + $30 out of area (if you did NOT attend UW-L in the Spring) = $313.70 $240.78/credit + $30 out of area (if you DID attend UW-L in the Spring) = $270.78 Graduate credit $395.61/credit + $30 out of area = $425.61
Registration Prior to the convention Call Briana Meuer, Continuing Education and Extension (608) 785-6513, email@example.com On-site registration (Wednesday, October 24th, 5:30˗8:30 pm and Thursday, October 25th, 7:00 am˗3:00 pm) Dr. Gary Gilmore, Director of Community Health Programs
Instructor Contact Information Michele L. Pettit, MPH, PhD, MCHES Department of Health Education and Health Promotion University of Wisconsin ˗ La Crosse 1725 State Street, 207 Mitchell Hall La Crosse, WI 54601 Phone: (608) 785-6789 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org