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Course_icon Environmental Projects  
Instructor: Liane D'Alessandro
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Student work samples of environmental research project.
Course_icon Children's Rights in Education   Lock16
Instructor: Network 25 - Children's Rights in Education
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Information associated with Network 25 - Children's Rights in Education network within the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER).
Course_icon Multimedia   Lock16
Instructor: suzanne giddens
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Course_icon Google SketchUp   Lock16
Instructor: Susan Hall
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
In this course students will learn how to create 3d figures in a CAD environment. Additionally, the students will recreate a drawing of the classroom and then choose another location to redcorate.
Course_icon 6th Grade ELA   Lock16
Instructor: Patricia Kane
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
There are 4 content areas to the ELA course: Literature, Writing, Grammar, and Vocabulary. Each content area will have a module for each term. For example, Writing-Term1, Writing Term 2, and Writing Term 3, Literature Term 1, etc. In addition, there are modules for videos, presentations, projects, and homework. The novels for this year are the following: Term 1 - Star Girl Term 2 - Where the Red Fern Grows Term 3 - The Odyssey: Retold by Geraldine McCaughrean
Course_icon New Employee Orientation  
Instructor: Maureen Power
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Cathedral Consulting University's New Employee Orientation training program.
Course_icon World Languages PD  
Instructor: Michelle Olah
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
test course for PD sessions
Course_icon Gemotiveerd op weg   Lock16
Instructor: Brigitte Bracke
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Ontdek hoe je je motivatie op peil brengt en houdt, whatever happens. Deze cursus is nog in volle ontwikkeling, dus als je mee wil bouwen door je feedback te geven, dan ben je van harte welkom om dat te doen. Veel succes en bedankt voor je deelname, Brigitte Bracke (Ghaliya)
Course_icon ELED 300  
Instructor: Becky Adams
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Introduction to Teaching
Course_icon Technology Education First Year   Lock16
Instructor: Tom Hodges
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Students will learn what is expected in a shop environment:Safety,hand,and power tools useage and techniques

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