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Summer 2014 Offerings

Summer I 2014 session runs from May 12 - June 20.
Summer II 2014 session runs from June 23 - August 1.

Summer I 2014 Full Tuition

Targeting Unwanted Behaviors: What School Counselors Can Do - G1 Credit

ED 501-01 (1587) Limit 20 JH 172
May 17 & 24 Sat 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Munson, Aaron

This workshop will provide practical ideas and strategies to school counselors interested in the elementary/intermediate age group. Participants will experience completing a Functional Behavioral Assessment, learn about various screening documents, receive examples of behavior plans, and more.

Intended Audience: Counseling, Special Education

Our Changing Times II: Exceptional Learners and Special Needs - G1 Credit

ED 501-02 (1590) Limit 30 JH 170
June 9 & 16 Mon 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Anderson, Julie
Anderson, Trena

This workshop incorporates triarchic theory of intelligence into school counseling sessions and alternative teaching strategies for multifaceted classroom settings and will combine lecture, small group discussion, and experiential demonstrations.

Intended Audience: Early/Middle Childhood, Middle/Secondary, Counseling, Special Education

Summer I 2014 Half Tuition

Orton-Gillingham Basic Language Skills with Practicum - G5 Credits

ED 502-50 (1591)
ED 503-53 (1592)
Limit 15 Children's Dyslexia Center for Indianapolis
May 6 - June 26 Tues/Thurs 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Hofmann, Lisa

**Must register for ED 503 53 and ED 502 50.

Learn how to teach multisensory reading strategies to students who struggle.  The Orton-Gillingham Approach is a structured, multisensory, phonetic approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling.  Tutor trainees will work one on one with students from the waiting list to learn how to be diagnostic and prescriptive to meet the individual needs of each student. Completion of the course and 100 hour practicum will certify the tutor for certification through the Scottish Rite (IMSLEC accredited www.imslec.org) as an Orton-Gillingham tutor.

Intended Audience: Early/Middle Childhood, Middle/Secondary, Counseling, Special Education

China: Ancient and Modern - G2 Credit

ED 502-51 (1476) Limit 25 Children's Museum
June 23-27 Tues/Wed/Thurs
Friday
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Poropatic, Fran

For Teachers of Grades 3-8
Explore China of the past and present. Experience the museum's two new exhibits, Take Me There:® China and Terra Cotta Warriors: The Emperor's Painted Army, directly from China's Shaanxi Province. Discover the third century B.C. world of China's first emperor and his Terra Cotta Army and become immersed in present-day China. On June 27, visit Chicago's Chinatown and explore Chinese-American history. Participants will receive copies of the Units of Study and the cost of visiting theTerra Cotta Warriors exhibit is included in the institute.
Museum Fee:  $125
Museum Registration Deadline: June 16, 2014

Please Note: After registering with Butler University, students must also register with The Children's Museum at 317-334-4000 or register on line at the Professional Development Page of the website www.childrensmuseum.org.

Intended Audience: Middle/Secondary, Early/Middle Childhood (Grades 3-8)

Peace Through Yoga Certification Workshop - G3 Credit

ED 503-54 (1593) Limit 20 Garden House
June 2-28 Mon-Sat 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Bassett-Brown, Sally
Kessler, Christine
Riolo, Lisa
Yovanovich, Chris

Peace Through Yoga and the Butler College of Education will offer a certification course for Yoga Instructors June 2-28 at Butler.  Yoga Teacher Training at Peace Through Yoga:  Experience Yoga, Experience the World…Our training is a comprehensive introduction to the heart and science of yoga, exceeding the requirements of the national accreditor, Yoga Alliance.  Our 200-hour program prepares students to be transformational yoga teachers that embody authenticity, passion, and integrity trusting the process and holding sacred space.  Graduates will possess a foundation to teach with clarity and confidence, as well as deepening their own yoga and spiritual practice. 

Cost is $2500.00 for certification or $3000.00 for certification and 3 graduate credits.

Summer II 2014 Full Tuition

Targeting Unwanted Behaviors: What School Counselors Can Do - G1 Credit

ED 501-03 (1477) Limit 20 JH 170
June 12 & 19 Sat 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Munson, Aaron

This workshop will provide practical ideas and strategies to school counselors interested in the elementary/intermediate age group. Participants will experience completing a Functional Behavioral Assessment, learn about various screening documents, receive examples of behavior plans, and more.

Intended Audience: Counseling, Special Education

Assisting Grieving Children and Families - G1 Credit

ED 501-04 (1478) Limit 20 JH 170
July 29 & 31
August 9
Tues/Thurs
Sat
4:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Braden, Carol

This workshop will teach techniques to assist the bereaved child.  You will explore normal vs. complicated grief behavior, grief styles, why children fail academically, isolate themselves and often use disruptive behaviors in the classroom.  You will learn developmental stages, grief reactions, communication tools, group processes and the facilitator's role in companioning children in their grief.  This course offers an option for interested participants in becoming a facilitator for Brooke's Place.

Intended Audience:  Middle/Secondary, Early/Middle Childhood, Counseling

Trauma Informed Care and the New Best Practices Movement - G1 Credit

ED 501-05 (1479) Limit 20 JH 172
July 12 & 19 Sat 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Gaff-Clark, Carla

This course will focus heavily on the client's perspective, and on techniques to use when working with them using the TIC paradigm.  We will start by getting accustomed to some of the terms, concepts and ideas that will flow freely.  We will not be looking at undoing all of the work we have done in the past when working with students and clients, but will look at adding another perspective.

Intended Audience:  Counseling, Special Education, Administration

Summer II 2014 Half Tuition

HANDS in Autism Summer Training Program (choose one session) - G3 Credit ($723.60 for 3 credits)

ED 503-50 (1462) Limit 18   
June 23 - 27 Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. HANDS in Autism
ED 503-51 (1463) Limit 18   
July 7 - 11 Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. HANDS in Autism
ED 503-52 (1464) Limit 18   
July 14 - 18 Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Interdisciplinary Training & Resource Center

The training is offered in a didactic format followed by trainer modeling, trainee practice, and trainer coaching and feedback to provide direct experience in working with individuals with autism and developmental disabilities.  The training curriculum focuses on a comprehensive model utilizing data driven decision making in assessing and programming for the individualized strengths of each child. The process of effective programming is emphasized from assessment to goal development, a comprehensive blending of research-based intervention strategies, and incorporating practical tools for every day application in minimizing behaviors and increasing skills.

Cost of program payable to HANDS in Autism is $1990/week.  Two or more people from the same school is $1690/week per person. 

Last assignment is due on August 8, 2014, so grades will not be issued until Fall 2014.  Follow-up training packet due September 19, 2014. 

Intended Audience:  Early/Middle Childhood, Middle/Secondary, Counseling, Administration, Special Education

Please contact Naomi Swiezy at nswiezy@iupui.edu, to register before enrolling with Butler to confirm your place in the workshop.

Playscape Exploration: Building Lifelong Learners - G1 Credit

ED 501-50 (1480) Limit 25  
July 8-10 Tues/Wed/Thurs 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Poropatic, Fran

For Preschool Teachers
Be inspired by what you see and do in our state-of-the-art preschool gallery,Playscape!Experience strategies you can use in your classroom influenced by Reggio Emilia and Montessori philosophies. Walk away with classroom books and a copy of the museum'sGuide to Learning in Playscape. Learn techniques for facilitating object-based learning and powerful interactions in a classroom. On July 10, visit Bloomington's WonderLab to further explore these techniques.

Museum Fee:  $75

Museum Registration Deadline: July 1, 2014

Please Note: After registering with Butler University, students must also register with The Children's Museum at 317-334-4000 or register on line at the Professional Development Page of the website www.childrensmuseum.org.

Intended Audience: Early/Middle Childhood (Preschool)

Differentiating Instruction to Maximize Student Potential - G1 Credit

ED 501-52 (1481) Limit 30  Sycamore School
1750 W. 64th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46260
July 14-18 Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Borgmann, Diane
Clayton, Francine
Lykens, Glenna
MacDougall, Jamie

For Preschool Teachers

In this workshop, you will learn from practicing professionals about the philosophy of Differentiated Instruction, as well as strategies and tools for meeting a wide range of needs in any classroom. Special attention will be paid to differentiating to meet the needs of high ability learners.

Intended Audience:  Early/Middle Childhood, Middle/Secondary, Administration

Registration fee is $150.  Graduate credit is also available for an additional $241.50.

Dinosaurs Galore Teacher Institute - G1 Credit

ED 501-51 (1482) Limit 25  Sycamore School
1750 W. 64th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46260
July 15-17 Tues-Thurs 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Poropatic, Fran

For Teachers of Grades K-8

Explore the ways you can include the museum's dinosaur exhibits, includingLeonardo: The Mummified Dinosaur,in your curriculum. Topics will include the process of fossilization, fossil recovery, and classification of dinosaurs. Participants will also have the opportunity to experience inquiry lessons connected to dinosaurs and talk with museum dinosaur experts.

Museum Fee:  $75

Museum Registration Deadline: July 8, 2014

Please Note: After registering with Butler University, students must also register with The Children's Museum at 317-334-4000 or register on line at the Professional Development Page of the website www.childrensmuseum.org.

Intended Audience: Middle/Secondary, Early/Middle Childhood