Check Out What's Coming This Summer!
Peace Through Yoga Certification Workshop
June 2-28, 20114
Taught by Dr. Sally Bassett-Brown, Christine Kessler, Dr. Lisa
Riolo and Chris Yovanovich
Peace Through Yoga and the Butler College of Education will
offer a certification course for Yoga Instructors June 2-28, 2014,
at Butler. Classes will be held Monday through Saturday from
8 am - 6 pm.
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.
Our students learn:
- The Anatomy of Yoga - How to use the Bio-mechanics, alignment
and anatomy of over 40 poses to create dynamic and creative
classes for a wide range of student needs
- The Voice of Yoga - How to cue students into postures
safely and effectively
- The Touch of Yoga - How to offer helpful hands on adjustments
for kinesthetic learners
- The Philosophy of Yoga - How to incorporate yogic
philosophy into your life and share it in your classes
- The Business of Yoga - How to effectively market yourself as a
successful and sought after yoga instructor
- The Language of Yoga - How to use the Sanskrit names of
the postures, and the Latin names of the muscles that create
- The Facilitation of Yoga - How to create sacred space, claim
authority, and build meaningful and appropriate
relationships with students
- The Subtle Anatomy of Yoga - How to access the chakra
system and koshas, and how to slow the thought waves of
the mind via meditation and mindfulness techniques.
Cost for the Butler workshop is $2,500*. University lodging will
be provided for out-of-town students for an additional cost.
Participants can choose to earn 3-credit hours in education for
successful course completion; a $500 fee is applicable. This
fee can be paid at a later time and is not due with
*This workshop is not eligible for tuition remission.
Enrollment is limited to 20 students. For any questions,
including cost and details about housing, please contact Cindy
Smith at email@example.com or 317-940-8464.
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Differentiating Instruction to Maximize Student Potential
July 14-18, 2014
Taught by: Diane Borgmann, Francine Clayton, Glenna
Lykens, Jamie MacDougall and Sycamore Faculty
Sycamore School and the College of Education will offer this
workshop at Sycamore School, 1750 W. 64th Street,
Indianapolis, IN 46260. Classes will be held on July 14-18,
2014 from 9am-noon.
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 high ability learners.
- Defining what Differentiation Is and Isn't
- Constructing the Rationale for DI
- Exploring the Role of the Teacher
- Creating the Differentiated Learning Environment
- A Look Inside Some Differentiated Classrooms
- Strategies for Managing a Differentiated Classroom
- The How To's of Planning by Learning Profile
- Differentiating Content
- Differentiating Process
- Differentiating Products
- Assessment in a Differentiated Classroom
The registration fee is $150 payable at time of registration.
For an additional charge, one graduate credit can be earned for
$241.50. Click here to
Enrollment is limited to 30 students. For any questions, please
contact Cindy Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.