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TRIG’s Device Purchasing professional development September 2017 courses

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    TRIG’s Device Purchasing professional development September 2017 courses

    Each course is 3 weeks. There is a 4th week when the instructor completes assignments evaluations for those participants wanting course credit.  6-9 SCECH credits are available.

    Each course requires 6 or 9 hours of total work. They breakdown into two parts:

    Part One • Complete the assigned pre-reading and reflections as preparation for the 1st webinar. Approximate time: 1 hour • Attend the 1st Webinar: Either attend the live session OR watch the recorded session. Reflect on the content and dialog. Approximate time: 1 hour • Complete the Post-Webinar 1 Assignment: Work is job-embedded. Approximate time: 1 hour

    Part Two • Complete the assigned pre-reading and reflections as preparation for the 2nd webinar. Approximate time: 1 hour • Attend the 2nd Webinar: Either attend the live session OR watch the recorded session. Reflect on the content and dialog. Approximate time: 1 hour • Complete the Post-Webinar 2 Assignment: Work is job-embedded. Approximate time: 1 hour

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Event Session Information
*** This is an online session ***
Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
   
09/01/2017 12:00 AM-12:00 AM You will receive a welcome letter from your instructor with course details.
Title A Practical Guide to Global Success Skills in the Classroom for the 21st Century and Beyond
Session Contact Summer Franck@5173279263
Email : sfranck@gomasa.org
Units/Costs
 
Credits
6 SCECHs

Global Success Skills (GSS) for the 21st Century and beyond are important in student development so that they can successfully navigate college and career opportunities. The National Association of Colleges and Employees (NACE) survey showed a high need for entry level students and employees to have effective skills as leadership, communication, collaboration, and problem solving (2016). This course provides an in-depth view into understanding the GSS, and how to begin applying them into classroom instruction and professional growth sessions. Participants will be able to personalize their learning experience by choosing areas to explore, using the provided tools.

 



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