EDUC 370/570 Section 7901-7913

 

Turtle Project: Essential Skills for Learning

The turtle is a symbol of Mother Earth, peace, harmony, and everlasting life. The thirteen shields on the turtle's back are symbols representing what I believe are essential skills for learning.

The following topics are the skills leading to being an independent learner. This course provides each topic as an option for teachers and parents to study, explore, and integrate into their curriculum and/or everyday life.

Topics:

  • Self Advocacy (Section 7901)
  • Failure as a Tool (Section 7902)
  • Independence (Section 7903)
  • Social Issues (Section 7904)
  • Counseling (Section 7905)
  • Strengths (Section 7906)
  • Remediation (Section 7907)
  • Problem-Solving Skills (Section 7908)
  • How Do I Learn? (Section 7909)
  • Generalization (Section 7910)
  • Communication Skills (Section 7911)
  • Assistive Technology (Section 7912)
  • Relationship & Life Skills (Section 7913)

Topic Definitions

 

 Textbook Information

 
​There are no textbooks for this course.
 

 WI Teacher Standards

 
​Content - WTS 1
Methods - WTS 2
Diversity - WTS 3
Communication - WTS 6
Reflection - WTS 9
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction link to Teacher Standards descriptions and information.
 

 Tuition and Fees

 

WI Undergraduate
1 credit: $289.53
2 credits: $579.06
3 credits: $868.59

WI Graduate
1 credit: $451.57
2 credits: $903.14
3 credits: $1354.71

Tuition reflects WI resident off-campus rate plus a $20 distance education administration fee per credit in which you are registered.​
 
Wisconsin Resident Estimated Tuition (subject to change)
 

 Registration

 

Permission is required to register for this course.

Contact
Cathy Scheder
CPS 100
715-346-3801
cscheder@uwsp.edu

 

 Course

 

Course
EDUC 370 (undergraduate)
EDUC 570 (graduate)

Sections
7901-7913

Credits
1 per section
 
Dates/Times
June 2 - August 8
 
Location
100% Online
 

 Instructor

 
Brenda Jozwiak
Associate Lecturer
bjozwiak@uwsp.edu