Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018

 
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
Last Updated: 07/26/2018

                           Friends University
                              Continuing Education
                                         Summer 2018
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
Mission: Friends University, a Christian University of Quaker heritage, equips students to honor
     God and serve others by integrating their intellectual, spiritual and professional lives.
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
Table of Contents

How to Apply for Graduate Workshops .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 4

Enrollment & Payment Procedures .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 5

Important Information.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 6

Engaged Brain - Teacher Education Conference .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 7

Summer Graduate Workshops
Alphabetical Listing with Descriptions .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 8-49

Chronological Quick View.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 50-60

Learning Forward Standards for Professional Learning. .  .  .  .  . p. 61

Kansas Educator Preparation Program (KEPPS) Standards for
Professional Education .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 62

Graduate Workshops Registration Information & Policies. p. 63-65

Campus Maps.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . p. 66

                                                                                                                 friends.edu/edworkshops | 3
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
How to Apply for Graduate Workshops

All applications, enrollments & payments may now occur online! Please go to www.friends.edu/edworkshops and
carefully review the provided information that will assist in your process. We recommend using Firefox or Google
Chrome browser for complete webpage functionality.

In order to ensure success, please read the information options below. If you have questions regarding procedures,
call Graduate Workshops at 316-295-5516 for assistance. We are happy to help!

Application Procedures-Your Choice:
Step One- Everyone
If you are interested in taking an offering for credit, go to www.friends.edu/edworkshops and complete either a Paper
Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance OR an Online Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance. Your
choice! The Paper Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance form simply requires you to open, complete and
submit. The paper application is for those who prefer a direct input approach, and the online application is for those
who feel a little more tech savvy. A screenshot guide link is included for those who prefer the Online Application for
Graduate Workshop Attendance, providing details on how to complete the online form. Once you have completed
an application, please see instructions below. An application must be submitted for each term you plan to enroll in
order to activate your account.

Step Two- First Time Students Only
For first time students only, two to three business days after submitting the Application of your choice, you will
receive an email from the Friends University Help Desk, providing a user identification number (student ID) and pin
number (password). Once you have received your login information, go to www.friends.edu/edworkshops. Now that
you are on the Teacher Education Workshops page, hover over the “Students” tab located at the top left, until you
see your personal pull down accounts. For enrollment and payment, click on Self Service Banner and then select
“Enter Secure Area.” You will be prompted to enter your provided User ID and PIN (password) which you received
by email. If you need help at this point, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767. Once entered, you may now follow
provided instructions for Registration and Payment for Graduate Workshops through Self Service Banner (SSB)
found in our brochure or provided through Quick Links on the Teacher Education Workshops webpage. If you need
assistance, please call us at 316-295-5516. We will guide you through the steps! If you do not receive an email from
Help Desk within 2-3 business days, please contact them directly for your information at 316-295-5767. Only first
time students who have never enrolled in a Friends class previously will receive this informational email.

Step Two- Returning Students
For returning students, please wait 1 business day after submitting the Application of your choice, providing time for
your account to be refreshed and activated. After 1 business day, you may enter your Self Service Banner account
(located at www.friends.edu/edworkshops) to enroll and make payment. If you cannot recall your ID number or
password, please call the Help Desk at 316-295-5767 (or email at helpdesk@friends.edu) for assistance. All personal
accounts are located under your “Students” tab located at the top of the webpage address.
Enrollment Details
You may enroll 24/7 at your convenience! Use brochure workshop information to assist with CRN#, etc. Once
enrolled, you may provide payment by manually entering the amount due; otherwise, you may wait 24 hours and a
total amount due will be viewable on your SSB account. It is recommended to manually enter the amount due at the
time of enrollment to complete all necessary steps in one action. Classes fill quickly so don’t wait!

              For remaining questions regarding workshops, call Graduate Workshops at 316-295-5516
                      during regular business hours or email educationworkshop@friends.edu.

                                                                                     friends.edu/edworkshops | 4
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
Enrollment Procedures for Workshops                            Payment Procedures for Workshops
through Self-Service Banner                                    through Self-Service Banner
1.	 Go to the Friends Teacher Education Workshops web          1. Click on STUDENT located below the red banner at
    page, www.friends.edu/edworkshops and click on                the top left side of the screen.
    SELF-SERVICE BANNER in the Quick Links Menu.               2. Click on STUDENT ACCOUNTS, then select VIEW
2.	 Click on ENTER SECURE AREA and log in with your               AND PAY STATEMENT
    credentials (User ID-N00 number and pin password)             • If you do not see a balance, this is ok! The system
		Forgot? Call Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during                		 takes 24 hours to process the information. You
		    business hours.                                          		 may still proceed with payment if you know the
3.	 Once logged in choose the STUDENT option, from             		 payment amount. Simply manually enter the
    main menu.                                                 		 amount you wish to attach to your account.
4.	Click REGISTRATION                                          		 Otherwise, wait 24 hours and your full amount will
5.	Click ADD or DROP CLASSES                                   		 display here.
6.	 From the drop-down menu, choose the semester and           3. Under “Your Account” select CLICK HERE TO MAKE
    year for which you will be registering and SUBMIT.            A PAYMENT
7.	 You will see a Financial Responsibility Agreement that        • Select the bottom option for PAYMENT ON
    you will want to read and then click on the box next       		ACCOUNT
    to Electronic Signature to electronically agree.           4. Enter the amount you wish to pay (note that the full
8.	 Enter the CRN(s) for the class(es) you want to register.      payment is due prior to opening workshop date.
    You may enter as many CRN numbers as you would                Please see the provided Payment Policy located in
    like at this screen. SUBMIT CHANGES                           the brochure)
9.	 Enter only the start date for each workshop for which      5. Enter a description of your payment (i.e Graduate
    you are registered- date(s) found in Workshop                 Workshop Payment)
    Schedule Book. Do not enter end dates!                     6. Click on ADD TO SHOPPING CART.
    SUBMIT CHANGES                                                Click CHECKOUT
    • Featured workshops allow 10 days enrollment              7. Enter your information and CONTINUE CHECKOUT.
		 from start date as mentioned in course                         This will let you review your final order before
		 descriptions. If you are registering once the start            submitting. This is where you will enter an email
		 date has passed, please enter the current date                 address for a receipt to be emailed to you for your
		 within this window when registering.                           records. Click CONTINUE CHECKOUT.
10. Congratulations! You are now registered in the             8. Review your payment information; click SUBMIT
    workshop(s). Your view should show “web                       PAYMENT.
    registered.” Now continue for payment.                     9. Congratulations! You have now paid for your
                                                                  Graduate Workshop(s).

                                                                  For any questions about registration or your Self-Service
                                                                  Banner, please contact Graduate Workshops at
                                                                  316-295-5516 or email us at
Friends University Spring & Fall Business Hours                   educationworkshop@friends.edu. If you have any
Monday-Friday        8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                        payment questions please contact Susie Bolinger
Friends University Summer Business Hours                          316-295-5912 or email bolinger@friends.edu. Students
Monday-Thursday      8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                        can also call the cashier at 316-295-5865 to make a
Friday		             8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                       payment. You will need your Student ID#, the CRN(s),
                                                                  and the amount you will be paying.
Cashier Spring & Fall Business Hours
Monday-Friday        9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Cashier Summer Business Hours
Monday-Thursday      9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday		             9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
                                                               Graduate Workshops information & policies are listed at
                                                                            the back of this brochure.

                                                                                        friends.edu/edworkshops | 5
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
Important Information

     All workshops are offered for graduate-level credit and available to educators seeking re-licensure, salary
   advancement, or professional development opportunities. Graduate students may also select workshops, with
      advisor consent, for elective options as part of the Master of Education program in two degree tracks:
                        Teaching and Learning or Special Education High Incidence (P-12).

On-Ground Workshops meet entirely on-ground at the           Parking is free in all parking lots on the Friends University
location provided. Each meeting date is listed, along with   Wichita campus.
the times for each day. You must be present in the class
all days for the entire meeting time to receive credit.      No refunds will be issued after the first day of the
                                                             workshop. If you have enrolled, you will need to drop the
Blended Workshops are a combination of meeting in            course before midnight of the first day of the workshop.
person and then completing the class online. You must        If you do not drop the workshop, it will remain on your
be present during the times for face-to-face meetings,       official Friends University transcript and may result in a
and complete your assignments through your Moodle            failing grade. Please go to the add/drop section to view
account for the remaining online portion, by the ending      instructions on how to drop a workshop, located in the
date listed. You must enroll by the “Enrollment Ends”        back of this brochure.
date to allow time to establish Moodle accounts.

Online Workshops meet fully online through the use of             If you have any questions, please call our office
Moodle. You will be able to interact with the instructor                   at 316-295-5516 or email us at
and other students in the workshop. You are required to                  educationworkshop@friends.edu.
log in to your workshop on the first day or you will be                  We love serving our area teachers!
considered a “no show” and will be dropped from the
course following contact from the Graduate Workshops
office. Depending on your instructor, you must check in
once a day to be considered active in your course. You
must enroll by the “Enrollment Ends” date to allow time      The use of all tobacco products is prohibited on all
to establish Moodle accounts.                                property that is owned, operated, leased, occupied or
                                                             controlled by Friends University.
Payment of tuition must be received in correlation with
enrollment through Self-Service Banner (SSB) in order
to hold a workshop seat! Complete workshop payments
must be made two weeks in advance of a start date to
avoid a HOLD on your account.

Copies of your workshop history, unofficial transcripts,
and receipts may be located in your personal Self-Service    This policy applies to all employees, faculty, staff,
Banner account and may be accessed 24/7 with your            students, University affiliates, contractors, volunteers,
log-in credentials. For assistance, contact Help Desk at     customers and visitors. This policy is applicable
316-295-5767 during business hours (found on page 3).        twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

                                                                                       friends.edu/edworkshops | 6
Friends University Continuing Education Summer 2018 - Last Updated: 07/26/2018
ENGAGED
                                              BRAIN
                                                                  Teacher
                                                                  Education
                                                                  Conference

Engaged Brain with Kevin Washburn, Ed.D.            Tuesday, June 19 & Wednesday, June 20
Rigor and Relevance for Teachers                    9:00 am-4:00 pm | Check-in: 8:15 am
Cost for 2 credits (including lunch): $315          Friends University Casado Campus Center
                                                    2100 W. University Ave. | Wichita, KS 67213

The brain is a builder, using tools and tactics
to construct knowledge, understanding, and          Space is limited to 150 attendees.
utility from new experiences. Discoveries from      Don’t miss out; sign up soon!
neurocognitive research provide direction for                     In addition to 2 earned credits,
teaching that capitalizes on the brain’s natural                  participants will receive an
strategies for learning. For example, learning,                   electronic badge, free of charge, for
like movement, requires energy. As researchers                    social media sharing of gained skills
explore this necessary force, two phases emerge:                  upon successful completion.
sparking curiosity to ignite learning and stoking
motivation to sustain learning. Relatedly, a
student’s mindset matters. Lewis Carroll wrote      Workshop Objectives
that “Nothing was ever accomplished with tears,”      Upon successful completion of this course,
and Emerson suggested that “Nothing great was         participants will be able to:
ever accomplished without enthusiasm.” Between        • Use a neurocognitive-based framework for
tears and greatness lies perseverance, the          		 designing effective teaching
willingness to welcome challenges and to practice     • Purposely sequence teaching methods/
                                                    		 strategies to spark and optimize student
endurance. As we explore these areas of
                                                    		learning
The Engaged Brain, a few questions we will strive     • Develop methods and strategies for igniting
to answer include:                                  		 student curiosity and sustaining motivation
  • How does a learner build new knowledge and      		 for authentic learning
		understanding?                                      • Increasing intentional feedback to foster a
  • When do students need opportunities to think    		 learning mindset, guide students to resilience,
		 and how do we ignite such processing?            		 and increase student achievement
  • What are the best places to use specific
		 teaching methods, including traditional          Standards Addressed:
		 approaches and tech-based tools?
                                                       Learning Forward:
  • What teaching strategies work best to ignite    		    1 - Learning Communities
		 student learning?                                		    5 - Learning Designs
  • Once ignited, how do we sustain student
                                                       KEPPS:
		learning?
                                                    		    2 - Learning Differences
  • How can we help students welcome challenges,    		    5 - Application of Content
		 practice endurance, and develop character?       		    7 - Planning for Instruction

                                             #EngagedBrain
 Information and registration 316-295-5516 | friends.edu/engagedbrain | educationworkshop@friends.edu

                                                                               friends.edu/edworkshops | 7
Summer Graduate Workshops

Indicates New Workshop                                         ACEs Integration, Emotion Regulation, and Trauma
                                                               Responsive Skill Building                              1 credit
                                                               Instructor: Jana Hinz
                                                               Grade Levels: ALL                                Tuition: $150
Indicates Featured Workshop                                    Delivery: On-Ground                       Instructor Fee: N/A
                                                               In today’s classroom, it is critical to understand how
                                                               ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) impact brain
                                                               development and a student’s subsequent capacity to
                                                               learn. This class will provide a brief introduction to
21st Century Learners                               1 credit   ACEs and a simple explanation of how toxic stress in
Instructors: Jackie Pickett & Brian McDavitt                   childhood disrupts key areas of brain development.
Grade Levels: ALL                             Tuition: $150    Using a brain-integrative approach, educators will learn
Delivery: On-Ground                    Instructor Fee: N/A     specific techniques to: 1. Identify which area of the
“Sit and Get,” traditional classroom approaches are            brain a student is functioning from, 2. Offer emotion
out! We invite educators to join us as we take a leap          regulation skills to assist a student in regaining access
into exploring new teaching styles and strategies              to higher processing areas of the brain, and 3. Embed
that are active, engaging and inspiring for students.          simple practices into the classroom to prevent emotional
Discover the benefits of STEAM Education and                   dysregulation whenever possible. The skills taught are
Project/Problem Based Learning (PBL) and how these             appropriate for all ages. Students will benefit from having
approaches increase student achievement across all             an educator who is competent to address the complex
subject areas. PBL is a dynamic approach to teaching           emotional needs of the most traumatized students in the
in which students explore real-world problems. STEAM           classroom. Both educators and students will benefit from
Education incorporates the four C’s (collaboration, critical   having a responsive, resilient and regulated classroom
thinking, creativity, and communication) of 21st Century       environment.
thinking into an educational setting. Today’s learners
demand engagement and complexity. Join us as we gain           For course information, contact Jana at
information on how to effectively respond to the needs         jana_hinz@friends.edu.
of our students through best practices!
                                                               Learning Forward Standards: 2, 5, 6
                                                               KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10
For course information, contact Jackie at                      Book: N/A
jacquelyn_pickett@friends.edu or Brian at                      Materials Fee: N/A
brian_mcdavitt@friends.edu.                                    Supplies: N/A
                                                               Pre-requisites: N/A
Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3, 5, 6, 7
KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7                                WORKSHOP FULL
Book: N/A
                                                                 CRN: 30216                   Course #: EDUC 5545-01
Materials Fee: N/A
Supplies: Participants will need to bring a computer and/or      Meeting Dates: 07/18/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
    mobile device.                                             		 and 07/19/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
Pre-requisites: N/A                                              Enrollment Ends: 07/18/2018
                                                                 Location: Friends University-Wichita, DAV 107
  CRN: 30065                   Course #: EDUC 5498-02          		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213
  Meeting Dates: 06/25/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
		 and 06/26/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
  Enrollment Ends: 06/25/2018
  Location: Friends University-Wichita, DAV 111
		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                          friends.edu/edworkshops | 8
Activate Student Interest Quickly and Effectively with          Art History for the Elementary Classroom              1 credit
a Hook		                                             1 credit   Instructor: Gregory Scott Johnson
Instructor: Shari Edwards                                       Grade Levels: K-8                               Tuition: $150
Grade Levels: ALL                              Tuition: $150    Delivery: On-Ground                      Instructor Fee: N/A
Delivery: On-Ground                     Instructor Fee: N/A     Art History is not just a collection of dried up dates
Movies rely on trailers, ball games use a set-up,               portrayed through painted bowls of fruit. The teaching of
and effective lessons require a focus activity to give          Art History to elementary students can be the beginning
students a reason to pursue new skills and knowledge.           of opening new doors and exposing the hidden talents
Whether you call it a focus activity, anticipatory set, or      of your students. Participants of this offering will gain
introduction to a lesson, it is an important tool in any        skills and build teaching practices that will enable lesson
teacher’s toolbox. In this workshop, you will examine           designs featuring defining characteristics of a chosen
and create ways to “hook” student interest in a topic as        artist/time period. “The world of reality has its limits;
early as possible during a lesson or unit. We will explore      the world of imagination is boundless.” - Jean-Jacques
several types of focus activities and how they can be           Rousseau. Allow students to see “Art History” with a new
used to positively affect the outcome of each student’s         understanding and help them tap into their boundless
experience in your classroom. Participants will explore,        imaginations. This is a hands-on project based class.
brainstorm, share, and plan “hooks” using visual, realia,
experiential, and tech-based tools used by teachers to          For course information, contact Gregory at
build anticipation and curiosity for a topic. This strategy     gregory_johnson1@friends.edu.
is appropriate and adaptable for teachers of Pre-K
students through adult education.                               Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3
                                                                KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7
For course information, contact Shari at                        Book: N/A
                                                                Materials Fee: $5
shari_edwards@friends.edu.
                                                                Supplies: Participants will need to bring crayons, scissors,
                                                                    Elmer’s Glue-all, a black sharpie marker, a package of
Learning Forward Standards: 3, 5, 6, 7
                                                                    12 x 18 black construction paper, a package of 12 x 18
KEPPS Standards: 1, 3, 4, 7, 8
                                                                    white construction paper, and any catalogs or magazines
Book: N/A
                                                                    you have that you can spare to cut apart.
Materials Fee: $5
Supplies: N/A                                                   Pre-requisites: N/A
Pre-requisites: N/A
                                                                  WORKSHOP CANCELLED
  CRN: 30086                   Course #: EDUC 5430-02             CRN: 30074                    Course #: ART 2202-09
  Meeting Dates: 06/11/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)                     Meeting Dates: 06/11/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
		 and 06/12/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)                             		 and 06/12/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
  Enrollment Ends: 06/11/2018                                     Enrollment Ends: 06/11/2018
  Location: Friends University-Wichita, BTB 209                   Location: Friends University-Wichita, DAV 111
		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213                   		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                           friends.edu/edworkshops | 9
Bringing Learning Alive: Strategies to Motivate Students       Building Toolkits for Teachers with Pinterest        2 credits
and Keep Them Engaged                              2 credits   Instructor: Amber Carithers
Instructor: Mary Duncan                                        Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $360
Grade Levels: Pre K-3                         Tuition: $360    Delivery: Online                        Instructor Fee: N/A
Delivery: Online                       Instructor Fee: N/A     Teachers are constantly on the lookout for helpful
“Bring Learning Alive” with fresh new ideas for your           strategies that raise lessons to a higher level of
teaching and your classroom environment. Yes, you too          engagement, deepen the level of understanding, and
can have a classroom that is fun and engaging for both         promote a level of personal interest for their students.
yourself and your students, and learning retention can         We look for new approaches that will further depict
thrive as well. This professional development offers new       a concept, expanding beyond lecture or textbook.
strategies you can use to motivate and engage students         Pinterest has become a valuable social media resource
in your classroom through fun hands-on activities.             for educators, allowing a host of strategies to be shared,
Participants will learn new approaches to begin and end        improved, and tested in the classroom. Pinterest has
a lesson, learn creative ways to chunk concepts using          become such an important toolbox location for educators
folded documents, and differentiate your teaching to           that Pinterest now serves teachers directly; organizing
reinforce classroom learning and maximize retention.           resources by grade level and subject. This workshop will
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned teacher, this         introduce how to create a Pinterest account, and how
workshop will increase your effectiveness and enhance          to easily access and navigate Pinterest. Then, teachers
the learning environment for your students.                    will collaborate to create boards and find pins for their
This course is an online class where participants will use     specific areas. Direction on how to effectively enhance
Moodle to complete training modules and a printable            student learning with use of Pinterest toolbox resources
learners guide. Computer requirements may be found at:         will be provided. Teachers will navigate Pinterest to
www.friends.edu/technology/.                                   efficiently search for best research-based strategies in
                                                               the areas of differentiation, subject-specific resources,
For course information, contact Mary at                        intervention techniques, behavior and classroom
mary_duncan@friends.edu.                                       management strategies, etc. Pinterest will also allow the
                                                               collaboration of educators to share ideas and approaches
Learning Forward Standards: 3, 7                               that work in their classrooms. Your toolbox will be full of
KEPPS Standards: 1, 5                                          new skills and best practices that are invigorating, visual,
Book: N/A                                                      printable, and collaborative, pushing your lessons to a
Materials Fee: N/A
                                                               new level!
Supplies: Students will need access to a computer and
    internet                                                   This course is an online class; participants will complete
Pre-requisites: Enrollees in this course must be current or    the work using Moodle. Computer requirements may be
    future teachers in preschool or elementary classrooms.     found at: www.friends.edu/technology/.
    Students are required to access Friends University email
    account for all correspondence. For assistance, contact    For course information, contact Amber at
    Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during business hours.           amber_carithers@friends.edu.

   CRN: 30079                Course #: EDUC 5413-03            Learning Forward Standards: 1
   Dates: 05/29/2018-06/10/2018                                KEPPS Standards: 1, 4, 8
   Enrollment Ends: 05/25/2018                                 Book: N/A
                                                               Materials Fee: N/A
   Location: Online
                                                               Supplies: N/A
                                                               Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends
                                                                   University email account for all correspondence. For
                                                                   assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during
                                                                   business hours.

                                                                  WORKSHOP FULL
                                                                  CRN: 30076                Course #: EDUC 5414-04
                                                                  Dates: 06/01/2018-06/29/2018
                                                                  Enrollment Ends: 05/29/2018
                                                                  Location: Online

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                        friends.edu/edworkshops | 10
Classroom and Behavior Management- Part I
                                                                 Instructor: Cindy Schroeder                           1 credit
Bullying- Your Responsibilities                      2 credits   Grade Levels: ALL                                Tuition: $85
Instructors: Jon Maska & David vanThullenar                      Delivery: On-Ground                      Instructor Fee: N/A
Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $170    (Previously titled: “Research Based Strategies for
Delivery: Blended                       Instructor Fee: $90      Classroom and Behavior Management” with Kurt
Bullying within school culture has been longstanding,            Brown Part I) This is part of a three day total workshop.
creating an ongoing problem that influences the                  Teachers may enroll in one, two, or all three parts for
learning environment of our students with exaggerated            credit, if desired. Part one of this workshop will provide
consequences. We all know, remember, experienced, or             teachers with a variety of strategies for handling problem
have witnessed the reality of a “bullying or harassing”          behaviors in the classroom. Strategies are based on
situation. What are an educator’s roles, rights and              Randy Sprick’s CHAMPS program and his Teacher’s
responsibilities in providing a safe and nurturing               Encyclopedia of Behavior Management. Teachers will
environment for the student, and for self? Bullying and          learn how to: improve classroom behavior (on-task, work
Harassment by Kathleen Conn will provide some practical          completion, cooperation); establish clear classroom
insight into our abilities and responsibilities as classroom     behavior expectations with logical and fair responses to
leaders to protect students and self. As professionals,          misbehavior; motivate students to put forth their best
we will explore methods and strategies directly linked           efforts (perseverance, pride in work); reduce misbehavior
to providing students with a positive social environment         (disruptions, disrespect, noncompliance); increase
for continued growth for all, while gaining insight on the       academic engagement, resulting in improved test scores;
culture of “bullying” and language.                              spend less time disciplining students and more time
This is a blended class; participants will meet face-to-         teaching them; teach students to behave respectfully and
face for one day, and complete the assignments using             to value diversity, thereby reducing cultural differences
Moodle. Computer requirements may be found at: www.              that may manifest as misbehavior; feel empowered
friends.edu/technology/. Additional fee of $90.00, (which        and happy to be in the classroom; develop a common
includes book fee), payable by check to Jon Maska, due           language about behaviors among all staff; create a plan
the first day of class.                                          for orienting and supporting new staff; reduce staff
                                                                 burnout. This workshop will meet at Northwest Kansas
For course information, contact Jon at                           Educational Service Center, 703 West 2nd Street, Oakley,
jon_maska@friends.edu.                                           KS 67748. Enrollment closes ten days from listed start
                                                                 date.
Learning Forward Standards: 1, 2
KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3                                         For course information, contact Cindy at
Book: N/A                                                        cinthia_schroeder@friends.edu.
Materials Fee: N/A
Supplies: Participants should bring a laptop, smart phone, or    Learning Forward Standards: 5, 6, 7
iPad if available.                                               KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends          Book: N/A
    University email account for all correspondence. For         Materials Fee: NKESC will collect $20 from each NKESC
    assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during         participant and $50 from each non-NKESC participant to
    business hours.                                              cover the cost of the working lunch and materials provided at
                                                                 the workshop. Checks will be payable to NKESC on the day
  CRN: 30023                  Course #: EDUC 5527-01             of the workshop.
  Meeting Date: 06/04/2018 (9:00 am-4:00 pm)                     Supplies: N/A
		 remainder online through 06/29/2018                           Pre-requisites: N/A
  Enrollment Ends: 06/14/2018
  Location: Hilton Garden Inn                                      CRN: 30239                 Course #: EDUC 5305-05
		 12080 S. Strang Line Rd., Olathe, KS 66062                      Meeting Date: 05/15/2018 (8:00 am-4:00 pm),
                                                                   Enrollment Ends: 05/25/2018
                                                                   Location: Northwest Kansas Education Service Center
                                                                 		 703 W. 2nd St., Oakley, KS 67748

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                          friends.edu/edworkshops | 11
Classroom Management and Discipline Strategies that             Close Reading		                                      1 credit
Work!			                                            2 credits   Instructor: Cheryl Germann
Instructor: Mary Duncan                                         Grade Levels: 4-12                             Tuition: $150
Grade Levels: Pre K-3                          Tuition: $360    Delivery: On-Ground                      Instructor Fee: N/A
Delivery: Online                        Instructor Fee: N/A     Close reading. It seems to be the common core buzz
Do you need some new techniques to enhance                      word. But what is it, really? What research supports its
classroom management and discipline in your classroom?          use? How can I implement it in my curriculum? And
Join us for practical research-based strategies you too         how do I use it to truly impact student learning? This
can incorporate to make a positive difference. Attendees        workshop will not only help you answer these questions,
will learn practical hands-on approaches for starting           but will also provide you with strategies and lessons you
the school year effectively, organizing classroom and           can implement immediately to effectively facilitate close
materials, rules and procedures, analyzing teacher/             reading in your classroom. Bring at least two pieces
student roles and relationships, reinforcing appropriate        each of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry that you currently
behavior, and dealing with difficult students. This online      use (or would like to use in the future) and develop
course allows reflective learning as attendees work their       lessons that effectively utilize close reading to aid in the
way through training modules and a learner’s guide.             mastery of many common core standards while fostering
Projects made will be usable in your own classroom. Gain        student thinking and learning. Be sure to bring your ELA
new techniques to extend your toolkit as a teacher to           standards too!
maximize the learning for your students and efficiency in
your classroom.                                                 For course information, contact (Instructor) at
This course is an online class where participants will use      instructorname@friends.edu.
Moodle to complete training modules and a printable
learners guide. Computer requirements may be found at:          Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3
www.friends.edu/technology/.                                    KEPPS Standards: 3, 4, 7, 8
                                                                Book: Though not required, students may also want to
                                                                    purchase Deeper Reading by Kelly Gallagher,
For course information, contact Mary at
                                                                    (ISBN: 1-57110-384-8) as it will be used as a resource.
mary_duncan@friends.edu.                                        Materials Fee: N/A
                                                                Supplies: Please bring at least two pieces of non-fictional
Learning Forward Standards: 3, 7                                    literature, two pieces of fictional literature, and two
KEPPS Standards: 1, 5                                               poems appropriate for your grade level. They should be
Book: N/A                                                           pieces that are currently part of your curriculum or that
Materials Fee: N/A                                                  you would like to incorporate in the future. It may also be
Supplies: N/A                                                       helpful to have ELA standards for grade level taught.
Pre-requisites: Enrollees in this course must be current or
                                                                Pre-requisites: N/A
    future teachers in preschool or elementary classrooms.
    Students are required to access Friends University email
    account for all correspondence. For assistance, contact       WORKSHOP CANCELLED
    Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during business hours.              CRN: 30068                   Course #: LART 2777-03
                                                                  Meeting Dates: 05/21/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
   CRN: 30078                Course #: EDUC 5415-04             		 and 05/22/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
   Dates: 05/15/2018-05/27/2018                                   Enrollment Ends: 05/21/2018
   Enrollment Ends: 05/12/2018                                    Location: Friends University-Wichita,
   Location: Online                                             		 BTB 209 (Day 1), BTB Lab 6 (Day 2)
                                                                		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                         friends.edu/edworkshops | 12
Collaborating with Co-Teach                         2 credits   The Complete Bal-A-Vis-X                              2 credits
Instructor: Amber Carithers                                     Instructor: Dona Gibson                    Trainer: Bill Hubert
Grade Levels: ALL                              Tuition: $360    Grade Levels: ALL                                 Tuition: 300
Delivery: Online                        Instructor Fee: N/A     Delivery: On-Ground                       Instructor Fee: N/A
Have you ever dreamt of having the perfect co-teach             Bal-A-Vis-X = Balance/Auditory/Vision eXercises for
partnership? Perhaps you’re trying to find effective ways       Brain and Brain-Body Integration. This three-day
to incorporate a para-professional or qualified adult into      session will include all levels of Bal-A-Vis-X training:
the classroom? Join our workshop for some inspiration           Level 1, Foundation Exercises/ Level 2, Intermediate
on how to develop an effective team, and overcome               Exercises/ Level 3, Advanced Exercises/ Adaptive
dual-teaching challenges! In this workshop, we will             Bal-A-Vis-X, Modified Exercises for the very young,
explore strategies of implementing co-teaching in the           seniors, and special needs. NOTE: Levels will NOT be
classroom for teachers, paras, student teachers, etc.           presented consecutively; they will be combined and
Following discussion and research of co-teach models,           intertwined during the three days. At the conclusion of
participants will create a co-teach management plan.            these sessions, participants will be skilled in providing
Gain insight and practices on how to provide a positive         Bal-A-Vis-X to their students, which includes a series
co-teach environment that supports student needs                of balance/auditory and vision eXercises of varied
through a strong partnership.                                   complexity. Bal-A-Vis-X promotes student success
This course is an online class; participants will complete      through active engagement, modeling, reflection, and
the work using Moodle. Computer requirements may be             metacognition, and supports change in knowledge,
found at: www.friends.edu/technology/.                          skills, dispositions, and practice. Participants will NOT,
                                                                however, be qualified or sanctioned to train other adults
For course information, contact Amber at                        in Bal-A-Vis-X. Training presented by Bill Hubert, creator.
amber_carithers@friends.edu.                                    Two-hour Graduate credit requires additional reading
                                                                and a writing assignment offered by Dona Gibson.
Learning Forward Standards: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7                    Students may audit for a certificate of attendance only
KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10                           (no homework required and no graduate credit received
Book: N/A                                                       at same price). Details of assignment provided on first
Materials Fee: N/A
                                                                day of class or call Graduate Workshops during business
Supplies: N/A
Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends         hours at 316-295-5516.
    University email account for all correspondence. For
    assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during        For course information, contact Dona at
    business hours.                                             dgibson@friends.edu.

   CRN: 30094                Course #: EDUC 5328-07             Learning Forward Standards: 7
                                                                KEPPS Standards: 2
   Dates: 07/02/2018-07/30/2018
                                                                Book: N/A
   Enrollment Ends: 06/29/2018                                  Materials Fee: N/A
   Location: Online                                             Supplies: N/A
                                                                Pre-requisites: N/A

                                                                  WORKSHOP FULL
                                                                  CRN: 30085                   Course #: EDUC 2288-13
                                                                  Meeting Dates: 07/09/2018 (8:30 am-5:00 pm),
                                                                		 07/10/2018 (8:30 am-5:00 pm),
                                                                		 and 07/11/2018 (8:30 am-5:00 pm)
                                                                  Enrollment Ends: 07/09/2018
                                                                  Location: Friends University-Wichita, Casado Gym
                                                                		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                         friends.edu/edworkshops | 13
The Creative Curriculum: Incorporating Art in All
                                                                  Curriculums		                                         1 credit
Creating Meaningful PBLs                              2 credits   Instructor: Heather Seachris
Instructors: Jon Maska & David vanThullenar                       Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $150
Grade Levels: ALL                                Tuition: $170    Delivery: On-Ground                      Instructor Fee: N/A
Delivery: Blended                        Instructor Fee: $80      As teachers, we strive to move our students’ learning
Time after time, educators are faced with the student             beyond what is on the page. Art integration has proven
question, “When will I ever used this in real life?” While        to develop a deeper understanding of a child’s world,
there is a multitude of possible answers to provide to            increase empathy, and also build problem solving and
students, perhaps a more viable solution lies in teaching         critical thinking skills. You do not have to be a creative
approach. Problem Based Learning strategies allow                 teacher to unleash the creativity of a child! Strategies will
teachers to design a lesson that provides answers                 be presented to allow educators of all levels and subject
for students. Creating Meaningful PBL’s will provide              areas to expand curriculum, meeting the needs of all
teachers the planning tools (no matter what you teach)            learners. Strategies and practices support STEAM focus.
to ensure students are engaged in relevant learning;              Art is smART!
while benefitting teachers in continuous improvement
of instructional strategies. This class will allow teachers       For course information, contact Heather at
to get a jump start on the upcoming year by developing            heather_seachris@friends.edu.
short daily PBL’s incorporating authentic and rigorous
learning experiences. Please join us in this exciting             Learning Forward Standards: 5
opportunity to create Real World PBL’s for the upcoming           KEPPS Standards: 2, 5
school year.                                                      Book: N/A
                                                                  Materials Fee: $5
This is a blended class; participants will meet face-to-
                                                                  Supplies: N/A
face for one day, and complete the assignments using
                                                                  Pre-requisites: N/A
Moodle. Computer requirements may be found at:
www.friends.edu/technology/. Additional fee of $80.00,
                                                                    CRN: 30051                   Course #: EDUC 5333-05
payable by check to Jon Maska, due the first day of class.
                                                                    Meeting Dates: 06/04/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
                                                                  		 and 06/05/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
For course information, contact Jon at
                                                                    Enrollment Ends: 06/04/2018
jon_maska@friends.edu.
                                                                    Location: Friends University-Wichita, BTB 100
Learning Forward Standards: 5, 6                                  		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213
KEPPS Standards: 4, 5
Book: N/A
Materials Fee: N/A
Supplies: Participants should bring a laptop, smart phone, or
iPad if available.
Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends
    University email account for all correspondence. For
    assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during
    business hours.

  CRN: 30021                  Course #: EDUC 5529-01
  Meeting Date: 07/16/2018 (9:00 am-4:00 pm)
		 remainder online through 08/10/2018
  Enrollment Ends: 07/26/2018
  Location: Hilton Garden Inn
		 12080 S. Strang Line Rd., Olathe, KS 66062

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                           friends.edu/edworkshops | 14
Cross Curricular Project Based Learning Using Masks               Dealing with Discipline                              1 credit
Instructor: Shawny Montgomery                       2 credits     Instructor: Rick Gibson
Grade Levels: ALL                              Tuition: $300      Grade Levels: ALL                              Tuition: $180
Delivery: On-Ground                     Instructor Fee: N/A       Delivery: Online                        Instructor Fee: N/A
Mask creation can become an essential media when                  Classroom discipline in a middle school or high school
preparing active learning for students across various             is often cited as one of the most difficult tasks teachers
curricula. The imagination and shared collaboration               face. This workshop considers a number of inappropriate
required for mask making allows learning opportunities            behaviors often observed in adolescents, the root cause
to occur in deep and memorable ways. Participants                 of the behaviors, and “replacement behaviors” that
will gain the skills needed to contribute toward a wide           might be substituted to make life easier for students and
range of mask making abilities, and understanding of              teachers alike. This course requires daily interaction.
cross-curricular connections within the classroom, all of         This course is an online class; participants will complete
which provides a hands-on connection with learning for            the work using Moodle. Computer requirements may be
students. Participants will walk away with lesson plans           found at: www.friends.edu/technology/.
and masks in hand, ready for classroom implementation!
                                                                  For course information, contact Rick at
For course information, contact Shawny at                         rgibson@friends.edu.
shawny_montgomery@friends.edu.
                                                                  Learning Forward Standards: 6
Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3                                  KEPPS Standards: 1, 9
KEPPS Standards: 5, 8                                             Book: N/A
Book: N/A                                                         Materials Fee: N/A
Materials Fee: $30                                                Supplies: N/A
Supplies: Items to bring to class include scissors, pencils,      Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends
sketchbooks, and Xacto knives. Participants may also bring            University email account for all correspondence. For
any interesting items they would like to incorporate into a           assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during
mask such as fancy yarn, ribbon, raffia, jewels, shells, beads,       business hours.
fur, old jewelry, etc.
Pre-requisites: N/A                                                  CRN: 30077                Course #: EDUC 5318-03
                                                                     Dates: 05/21/2018-05/25/2018
  CRN: 30058                    Course #: ART 2284-02                Enrollment Ends: 05/18/2018
  Meeting Dates: 06/11/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm),                       Location: Online
		 06/12/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm),
		 06/13/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm),
		 and 06/14/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
  Enrollment Ends: 06/11/2018
  Location: Friends University-Wichita, ART 115
		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.

                                                                                           friends.edu/edworkshops | 15
Design Thinking and PBL for the 21st Century Learner
Instructors: Connie Schaef & Sarah Schaef               1 credit
Grade Levels: ALL                                  Tuition: $85    Differentiation Strategies for the Classroom           1 credit
Delivery: Blended                          Instructor Fee: N/A     Instructors: Connie Schaef & Sarah Schaef
Design Thinking and PBL for the 21st Century Learner is            Grade Levels: ALL                                 Tuition: $85
a workshop designed to enhance your current teaching               Delivery: Blended                        Instructor Fee: N/A
practices and strategies. Design thinking and PBL can              Differentiation Strategies for the Classroom is a workshop
bridge what we know and how we innovate. Project                   designed to enhance your current teaching practices
based learning focuses on teaching by engaging                     and strategies. Research shows that designing lessons
students in investigation. Students pursue solutions to            based on students’ learning styles and ability improves
nontrivial problems by asking and refining questions,              student achievement. Grouping Students by shared
debating ideas, making predictions, designing plans and/           interest, topic, or ability fro assignments is a challenge
or experiments, collecting and analyzing data, drawing             for many teachers, as is assessing students’ learning. In
conclusions, communicating their ideas and findings to             this workshop educators will learn how to enhance their
others, asking new questions, and creating artifacts. The          teaching strategies by using stations, task cards, games,
basis of PBL lies in the authenticity or real life application     integrating apps, and incorporating video and online
of the research. Students working as a team are given a            quizzes. This workshop will also discuss how teachers
driving question to respond to or answer, then directed            can manage their differentiated classroom to create
to create an artifact (or artifacts) to present their gained       a safe and supportive environment by using learning
knowledge. PBL does not replace direct instruction,                management systems such as Google Classroom. Join us
but rather enhances the learning process. Moving from              as we explore strategies that can be used to individualize
projects to PBL can feel overwhelming. Design thinking             instruction and enhance student achievement.
provides another potential form of teacher scaffolding             Participants should bring a laptop or an electronic device
to help craft these experiences. Try combining these               that will allow internet access.
two practices as an instructional framework for teaching           This is a blended class; participants will meet
21st century skills. Participants in this workshop will            face-to-face for one day, and complete the assignments
be working within content area to create lesson plans              using Moodle. Computer requirements may be found at:
that can be taken back to the classroom. Resources will            www.friends.edu/technology/.
also be shared with the educators to assist in finding
more lessons. Participants should bring a laptop or an             For course information, contact Connie at
electronic device that will allow internet access.                 connie_schaef@friends.edu or
This is a blended class; participants will meet face-to-           Sarah at sarah_schaef@friends.edu.
face for one day, and complete the assignments using
Moodle. Computer requirements may be found at: www.                Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3, 4
friends.edu/technology/.                                           KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
                                                                   Book: N/A
                                                                   Materials Fee: N/A
For course information, contact Connie at
                                                                   Supplies: N/A
connie_schaef@friends.edu or                                       Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends
Sarah at sarah_schaef@friends.edu.                                     University email account for all correspondence. For
                                                                       assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during
Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3, 4                                    business hours.
KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Book: N/A
Materials Fee: N/A                                                   CRN: 30204                 Course #: EDUC 5542-01
Supplies: N/A                                                        Meeting Date: 06/04/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends            		 remainder online through 06/22/2018
    University email account for all correspondence. For             Enrollment Ends: 06/01/2018
    assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during             Location: South Central High School
    business hours.                                                		 600 E. Garfield, Coldwater, KS 67029

  CRN: 30203                 Course #: EDUC 5541-01
  Meeting Date: 06/11/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
		 remainder online through 06/28/2018
                                                                   *Enrollments occurring after the start date must
  Enrollment Ends: 06/08/2018
                                                                   be entered as current date with a blank end date.
  Location: South Central High School
		 600 E. Garfield, Coldwater, KS 67029                            *Payment should be made simultaneously to
                                                                   prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                            friends.edu/edworkshops | 16
Earth Partnership for Schools (EPS) Summer Institute
                                                                Instructor: Brad Guhr		                              3 credits
Discipline with Compassion                          2 credits   Grade Levels: K-12                              Tuition: $255
Instructors: Jon Maska & David vanThullenar                     Delivery: On-Ground                      Instructor Fee: N/A
Grade Levels: ALL                              Tuition: $170    The goals of the EPS workshop are to instruct teachers
Delivery: Blended                        Instructor Fee: $80    in the knowledge of how to implement a native plant
As educators, we strive for the best possible instructional     outdoor classroom from conception to completion
practices for all students. To achieve this goal, we must       and, then, utilize and monitor the resource. This can
have a basic understanding for child development                be anything from a small prairie pocket garden to a
and child psychology. Discipline with Compassion will           larger scale prairie restoration. These goals will be
address these instructional practices by looking at             accomplished by engaging teachers in activities that will
the classroom management techniques that support                instruct them in the background knowledge of prairies
learning at the deepest levels. Techniques offered will         and their environment, common sense landscaping
demonstrate how to create learning environments that            principles, basic restoration ecology, planning student
support and encourage positive social interactions and          activities around Kansas’ curriculum standards, and the
create pathways to self-motivation. Please join us as we        different resources available for ecological restorations.
explore the impact of creating compassionate, caring,           By achieving these goals, teachers will be empowered
enthusiastic and positive classroom environments that           with teaching methods and a curriculum to engage
help all students developmentally grow.                         their students in hands-on, outdoor education that
This is a blended class; participants will meet face-to-        stimulates multiple intelligences and extends student
face for one day, and complete the assignments using            learning. Please fill out the application packet (http://
Moodle. Computer requirements may be found at:                  dyckarboretum.org/earth-partnership-for-schools/) for the
www.friends.edu/technology/. Additional fee of $80.00,          workshop once enrolled through Friends.
payable by check to Jon Maska, due the first day of class.
                                                                For course information, contact Brad at
For course information, contact Jon at                          brad.guhr@hesston.edu.
jon_maska@friends.edu.
                                                                Learning Forward Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Learning Forward Standards: 3, 5                                KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3                                        Book: Richard Louv’s Last Child in the Woods.
Book: N/A                                                       Materials Fee: N/A
Materials Fee: N/A                                              Supplies: All participants will need to bring sun block and
Supplies: Participants should bring a laptop, smart phone, or       bug repellant, rainy weather gear, a backpack or book
iPad if available.                                                  bag, writing utensil, notepad, a copy of Richard Louv’s
Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends             Last Child in the Woods, and wear comfortable clothing
    University email account for all correspondence. For            for outdoor and indoor activities (e.g. long pants, long-
    assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during            sleeved shirt, hat, sturdy shoes or boots). Optional items
    business hours.                                                 to bring include a compass, binoculars, camera, a copy of
                                                                    your school’s mission statement to reference during the
  CRN: 30020                  Course #: EDUC 5530-01                week’s planning sessions, and a map/aerial photograph
                                                                    of our school grounds.
  Meeting Date: 06/11/2018 (9:00 am-4:00 pm)
                                                                Pre-requisites: N/A
		 remainder online through 07/06/2018
  Enrollment Ends: 06/21/2018
                                                                  CRN: 30083                  Course #: SCIE 2410-07
  Location: Hilton Garden Inn
                                                                  Meeting Dates: 06/04/2018 (8:00 am-5:00 pm),
		 12080 S. Strang Line Rd., Olathe, KS 66062
                                                                		 06/05/2018 (8:00 am-5:00 pm),
                                                                		 06/06/2018 (8:00 am-5:00 pm),
                                                                		 06/07/2018 (8:00 am-5:00 pm),
                                                                		 and 06/08/2018 (8:00 am-5:00 pm)
                                                                  Enrollment Ends: 06/14/2018
                                                                  Location: Dyck Arboretum of the Plains
                                                                		 177 W. Hickory, Hesston, KS 67062

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                         friends.edu/edworkshops | 17
The Edible Classroom                                  1 credit   Education Flipped!		                                 2 credits
Instructor: Heather Seachris                                     Instructors: Jackie Pickett & Brian McDavitt
Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $150    Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $300
Delivery: On-Ground                      Instructor Fee: N/A     Delivery: Blended                        Instructor Fee: N/A
Cooking in the classroom? That’s right! Crank up the             It’s time to turn your classroom upside down; or
heat on classroom lessons incorporating food as a tool to        rather your classroom instruction practices! Traditional
stimulate and engage learners. Expand your tool belt of          classroom settings offer heavily led teacher instruction
lesson development, creating activities that engage the          and projects with coGPNntent practice occurring out of
five senses making lasting connections for students. Meet        the classroom. Unfortunately, this homework approach
the needs of all learners, right and left brain dominant,        may not support all students, as they do not have access
by weaving edible activities into your current curriculum.       to the resources they most need. Imperfect practice
Be prepared to enter your classroom with research-               only leads to a situation for re-teach in the classroom.
based information to support your creative and edible            A flipped classroom allows teachers to introduce new
practices! No kitchens necessary for all this engagement         content through videos for students to view prior to class.
and hands-on activity. Feel free to bring lesson plans           Students are armed with background knowledge of the
for a revamp! All disciplines and levels of educators will       topics and enter the classroom better equipped. Flipped
benefit.                                                         classroom strategies provide educators wit the benefits
                                                                 of emphasizing important points, while allowing students
For course information, contact Heather at                       the benefit of learning at a pace suitable for their needs.
heather_seachris@friends.edu.                                    Students can pause, rewind, and review as many times
                                                                 as needed, prior to class. Teachers may now devote
Learning Forward Standards: 5                                    more attention to assignments, projects, and individuals
KEPPS Standards: 2, 5                                            during class time. Join us as we equip teachers with
Book: N/A                                                        the tools and resources needed to design an engaging
Materials Fee: $5
                                                                 “flipped classroom” that encourages student success and
Supplies: N/A
                                                                 teacher interaction. This is truly an “Education Flipped”
Pre-requisites: N/A
                                                                 experience. This is a blended class; participants will meet
                                                                 face-to-face for two days, June 27 & 28, and complete
  WORKSHOP FULL
                                                                 the assignments using Moodle. Computer requirements
  CRN: 30050                   Course #: EDUC 5329-05
                                                                 may be found at: www.friends.edu/technology/.
  Meeting Dates: 06/11/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
		 and 06/12/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm)
                                                                 For course information, contact Jackie at
  Enrollment Ends: 06/11/2018
                                                                 jacquelyn_pickett@friends.edu or Brian at
  Location: Friends University-Wichita, DAV 114
                                                                 brian_mcdavitt@friends.edu.
		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213
                                                                 Learning Forward Standards: 3, 5
                                                                 KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8
                                                                 Book: N/A
                                                                 Materials Fee: N/A
                                                                 Supplies: Participants will need a mobile device, preferably a
                                                                     tablet or iPad.
                                                                 Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends
                                                                     University email account for all correspondence. For
                                                                     assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during
                                                                     business hours.

                                                                   WORKSHOP CANCELLED
                                                                   CRN: 30066                   Course #: EDUC 5499-02
                                                                   Meeting Dates: 06/27/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm) and
                                                                 		 06/28/2018 (9:00 am-4:30 pm), with the
                                                                 		 remainder online through 07/14/2018
                                                                   Enrollment Ends: 06/24/2018
                                                                   Location: Friends University-Wichita, BTB Lab 3
                                                                 		 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                          friends.edu/edworkshops | 18
Educator Effectiveness Using Technology Support
                                                                Instructors: Raelynn Pfaff & Crystal May              1 credit
Education Summit 2018 Extended                       1 credit   Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $180
Instructor: Lisa Schmidt                                        Delivery: Online                         Instructor Fee: N/A
Grade Levels: ALL                               Tuition: $85    Students are growing up in a world of emerging
Delivery: On-Ground                    Instructor Fee: N/A      technology that is ever-present in their lives. Research
Join education professionals at the 3rd annual Education        shows that integrating technology in the classroom
Summit 2018, hosted by Capstone Educational Services.           improves understanding and increases collaboration
Educators of all grade levels and subject areas are             among students. But do we, as educators, understand
invited to attend this event, gaining professional learning     how to effectively incorporate this now termed
experiences, interacting collaboratively with other             “new discipline” into our current teaching practice?
professionals, and increasing knowledge of instructional        Effective incorporation of the use of technology
strategies through breakout sessions presented. Keynote         provides connectivity, motivation, opportunities,
Speaker, Dr. Gina Marx, will provide sessions that include      greater developed teaching content, and excitement!
the Mindful Teacher, Communication Essentials, and              As educators, it is a responsibility that we impart an
the Neuroscience of Engaged Employees & Students.               education which includes technology as a means to
Additional breakout sessions include topics using               prepare our students for success. Join us as we explore
Google Classroom, encouraging student resiliency,               and evaluate technology and apps that can be used to
STEM activities, and low/high technology strategies             individualize instruction, allow for student collaboration,
that support student engagement, teacher assessment,            and better manage classroom behavior. Participants
management, and accountability. Summits are designed            will analyze introduced programs; gaining skills on
to allow educators to select topics that address                technology management and incorporation into teaching
priority classroom and student needs that support               practices for student achievement.
teaching practices and student achievement. This is             This course is an online class; participants will complete
an opportunity to extend your gained summit 2018                the work using Moodle. Computer requirements may be
learning through reflection and application exercises.          found at: www.friends.edu/technology/.
Interested individuals must pre-register for this event at
https://goo.gl/forms/bk10No15huTBW0S2 by July 1,                For course information, contact Raelynn at
2018. A $50.00 registration fee required (includes lunch).      raelynn_pfaff@friends.edu.
Registration questions for the event may be directed to
capstoneeducationalservices@gmail.com.                          Learning Forward Standards: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
                                                                KEPPS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
For course information, contact Lisa at                         Book: N/A
                                                                Materials Fee: N/A
lisa_schmidt@friends.edu.
                                                                Supplies: N/A
                                                                Pre-requisites: Students are required to access Friends
Learning Forward Standards: 1
                                                                    University email account for all correspondence. For
KEPPS Standards: 8
                                                                    assistance, contact Help Desk at 316-295-5767 during
Book: N/A
Materials Fee: N/A                                                  business hours.
Supplies: N/A
Pre-requisites: Full attendance at Education Summit 2018.          CRN: 30063                Course #: EDUC 5443-04
                                                                   Dates: 06/11/2018-06/24/2018
  CRN: 30264                Course #: EDUC 5550-01                 Enrollment Ends: 06/08/2018
  Meeting Dates: 07/17/2018 (8:15 am-3:20 pm)                      Location: Online
  Enrollment Ends: 07/27/2018
  Location: Highland Community College Western
		 Center, 313 Nemaha St., Baileyville, KS 66404

*Enrollments occurring after the start date must be entered as current date with a blank end date.
*Payment should be made simultaneously to prevent possible holds on your account.
                                                                                         friends.edu/edworkshops | 19
You can also read
Next slide ... Cancel