Continuing Professional Education Courses (CPE)
- America's Political Heritage: An Educator's Guide
- An Educator's Guide to ADHD
- An Educator's Guide to Dealing with Difficult Parents and with Parents in Difficult Situations
- An Educator's Guide to Preventing Bullying In and Out of the Classroom
- Autism: Putting the Puzzle Pieces Together
- Basic Spanish for the Educational Setting
- Classroom Management for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
- Differentiated Instruction for the Mixed-Ability Classroom
- Economics for Educators
- Effective Teaching Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement
- Increasing Student Achievement Through Effective Classroom Management
- Intermediate Spanish for the Educational Setting
- Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth
- Positive and Proactive Classroom Management for the 21st Century
- Psychology for Educators
- Reading in the Content Area
- Semantic Mapping: Visual Strategies for Active Learning
- Special Education: Disabilities and Designing Instruction
- Specific Strategies and Interventions for the Most Difficult to Manage Students
- Teacher's Toolbox: 21st Century Educator
- Teacher's Toolbox: Building Self Esteem in the Classroom to Achieve Success, Beat Bullying ......
- Teacher's Toolbox Series: Gangs and School Violence
- Teacher's Toolbox: How to Effectively Communicate with Parents
- Teacher's Toolbox: How to Identify and Combat Bullying In Our Schools
- Teacher's Toolbox: How to Moodle
- Teacher's Toolbox: Teaching What Really Happened: The Holocaust
- Teaching Self-Determination to Students with Disabilities
- Technology for Educators Series: Basic Technology for Non-Techie Teachers
- The American History for Educators Series: America from Province to Nation
- The American History for Educators Series: The American Revolution
- The American History for Educators Series: The Civil War and Reconstruction
- The History of Issues and Challenges Facing Public Education
- Using Functional Behavioral Assessment and Positive Behavior Supports to Manage Challenging Behavior
- Using Multiple Intelligences to Teach Diverse Students
- Using Rubrics to Assess Student Performance
- Central Intermediate Unit 10
- Intermediate Spanish for the Educational Setting
Intermediate Spanish for the Educational Setting
CPE Course #20140009
Upcoming Session Dates
March 4 - April 1, 2019
Registration deadline for this session is February 21, 2019. Payment must be received in the CIU #10 office on or before February 21, 2019. Late fee of $15.00 will be charged for payments received after February 21, 2019.
May 4 - May 31, 2019
Registration deadline for this session is April 23, 2019. Payment must be received in the CIU 10 office on or before April 23, 2019. Late fee of $15.00 will be charged for payments received after April 23, 2019.
June 29 - July 22, 2019
Registration deadline for this session is June 19, 2019. Payment must be received in the CIU 10 office on or before June 19, 2019. Late fee of $15.00 will be charged for payments received after June 19, 2019.
This three-credit graduate course is designed for teachers from K-12. This is an online Moodle class, and each session contains a series of lessons, video, written responses, and other activities. This course is a presentation of intermediate Spanish language and grammar, in order to achieve a better understanding of the dynamics involved in the educational setting. Vocabulary, structure, culture and history, as well as further examination of this settings and situations that arise in an educational environment will also be included. A more in-depth approach will be taken in order to bring the participants a little closer to mastering some of the vocabulary and structure that can aid in developing a better assimilation of Hispanics into the educational settings thereby assisting in better achievement by our students.PLEASE NOTE: The prerequisite for this course is Basic Spanish for the Educational Setting or a Spanish language class taken during either high school or college.
This course, which lasts approximately 30 days, will be completed strictly online using the Moodle platform. The instructor for this course is Agolino Educational Services. Pending receipt of payment, participants will receive an email from Agolino Educational Services containing their log-on information the night before the course begins.
Participants who successfully complete all requirements of this course will earn Three (3) PDE Graduate Level Credits, equal to 90 Act 48 Hours.
Participants will be able to:
- select the appropriate word or phrase to communicate with Hispanics using some of their language when necessary, in an educational setting.
- evaluate Hispanic parents in order to understand family dynamics and explore the possibilities of a Hispanic wing to parent organizations to bridge the gap to the Hispanic community.
- examine how complete assimilation may never occur in first generation Hispanics but we will strive for acculturation as a transitional state.
- design aspects of students' culture into daily plans and will construct grammar practice and writing into their discipline and use this in evaluating student progress rather than basing evaluation solely on memorization. Assessments will try to eliminate bias based on language.
- analyze and write a plan of implementation in which they will elaborate on what they learned about Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and culture that will make them better educators and how it will do so. In their paper, they will also explain how taking this course can help to build progress toward assimilation and improvement of English learners into our classrooms.
Graduate Level RequirementAct 48 requires 42 hours of instruction plus 48 hours of out-of-class activity including a course project. Participants out-of-class assignments include but are not limited to:
- complete activities that incorporate the Pennsylvania Core Standards.