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EDUC 520  Learning Theory for the Classroom (3 credits) 
An application of learning theories from psychological, sociological, and physiological disciplines to educational settings for children and adolescents.
Dates: 6/2–7/31    Times: WEB Location:  WEB
Instructor: To be determined Schedule #: 272128


EDUC 539  Educational Assessment (3 credits)
This course will prepare students with knowledge and skills necessary to monitor, assess, and report student achievement.
Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6/2–7/31    Times: 12:00–3:15 p.m.   Location: Romano 112
Instructor: Dr. Anju Jolly    Schedule #: 357472


EDUC 591  Education Seminar (3 credits)
The capstone seminar course for the master of education degree requiring an appropriate scholarly term paper.
Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6/23–7/31    Times: 8:00–11:15 a.m.   Location: Grumbacher 103
Instructor: To be determined    Schedule #: 272146



EDUC 418  Positive Classroom Climate For Positive Attitudes About Learning (3 credits)
Participants will learn strategies for creating classroom climates which encourage positive attitudes toward learning while preventing and correcting student misbehavior.
Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6/2–7/31    Times: 12:00–3:15 p.m.   Location: Romano 113
Instructor: Karen Clifford, M.Ed.    Schedule #: 357463


EDUC 436 Inclusive Practices (3 credits) CANCELLED
The educational, social, and political foundations for inclusion practices in public education.
Dates: Monday through Friday, 7/1–7/25    Times: 8:00–11:15 p.m.   Location: Romano 113
Instructor: BethAnn Pratte, D.Ed.    Schedule#: 357451


HD FS 432  Developmental Problems in Childhood and Adolescence (3 credits)
Analysis of problems in individual development from infancy through adolescence; prevention and modification of developmental difficulties.
Dates: Monday through Friday, 6/24–7/4    Times: 8:00–11:15 a.m.   Location: Romano 112
Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Coyle Schedule#: 357454


Each summer, Penn State York offers two Summer Institutes: one focuses on literacy and the other addresses the use of technology in the classroom. These graduate level courses are designed to provide teachers with the most recent research and strategies focused on a relevant educational topic. Well-known national level professionals are brought to the campus to share their research and knowledge about a specific topic.

(These institutes may be used as elective credit in the Master of Education program.)

EDUC 497B Navigating Nonfiction Reading and Writing (3 credits)
This course is designed to explore a variety of methods to improve and modify instructional strategies to promote maximum engagement and increase effective teaching of non-fiction reading and writing.
Dates: Monday through Friday, 6/23–6/27 Times: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Location: Pullo Family Performing Arts Center
Instructor: Dr. Aileen Hower Schedule #: 357457

EDUC 497A Crucial Role of Technology for Today’s Learners (3 credits)
Working from the assumption that technology can be a centerpiece of the instructional process, participants will assess their own resources and skills as they establish an action plan that challenges existing practices to increase performance in the four critical areas of teacher effectiveness: planning and preparation, classroom environment, instruction, and professional responsibilities.
Dates: Monday through Friday, 7/7–7/11 Times: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Location: Conference Center
Instructor: Aly Tapp, M.Ed. Schedule #: 357460