Catalog of CPS Courses for Credit

F = Fall (end of October through December)
Sp = Spring (January through early May)
SII = Summer II (end of June through early August)

All courses are available on a non-credit bases for CEU's.

Course Name

Semester(s) offered

Credits available

Applied Behavior Analysis: Teaching the Disordered Learner   
(Ages 1 - 12 Years) SPED562N

Upon Request

1

Art for Children with Special Needs (Grades PreK - 8) SPED521N  

Upon Request

2 or 3

Art with Young Children (Ages 3 - 8 Years) TEED501N

Sp

1

Behavior Management Strategies for the Classroom Teacher (Grades PreK - 8) SETE508N

F, SII

1

Bibliotherapy in the Early Childhood Setting (Pre-school - Grade 3) SETE513N

SII

1

Bookmaking in the Classroom (Grades K - 12) TEED576N

Sp

1* Pending approval of the College's Curriculum Committee

Building Computation Fluency: Multiplication and Division (Grades 3 - 5) TEED346N

SII

1

Constructing a Democratic Classroom: Focus on Routines, Rules and Transitions (Ages 3 -13 Years)

FA

1

Creative Movement in the Early Childhood Curriculum (Preschool - Grades 3) TEED561N

Sp

1

Critical Literacy for English Language Learners and Children with Exceptional Needs (Grades K - 6) TEED655N

SII

1

Cultural Explorations in Morocco: Implications for Educators in Multicultural Settings (Grades 1 - 6) TEED651N

Sp-
study abroad

1 or 2

Delicate Connection of People and the Biology of the Rainforest: Implications for Curriculum (Grades 3 - 8) TEED648N

SII-
study abroad

2 or 3

Differentiated Math Instruction (Grades 5 - 9) SETE516N

Sp

1

Dynamic Leadership: Inspiring and Supporting Your Teaching Faculty
(Ages 3 - 10 Years) LEAD528N

Sp

1

Early Childhood Assessment (Ages Birth - 6 Years) SETE517N

SII

1

Early Numbers, Addition and Subtraction (Grades K - 5) TEED650N

SII

1

Essential Orton-Gillingham (Grades 1 - 6) SPED585N
(Includes required text: Preventing Academic Failure, Monroe Associates Publishers)

F, Sp, SII

2

Experiments in Art: The Artistic Process ARTS500N
*This course fulfils the studio art requirement*

SII

2

Exploring the Art of Teaching: Learning, Reflecting, and Collaborating in Ugandan Classrooms TEED653N

SII 2009-
study abroad

*This course is no longer being offered. Click the course title (right) for more information.

2 or 3

Integrating Movement for Children with Special Needs (Grades K - 5) SPED504N

F

1

Mentoring: A New and Promising Form of Professional Development (Grades PreK - 12) LEAD530N

F

1

Multicultural Education throughout the Curriculum (Grades K - 8) TEED578N

F (not offered Fall 2013)

1 (Pending approval of the College's Curriculum Committee.)

Plant-based Learning: Gardening Projects in the Classroom  (Grades PreK - 4) TEED649N

Sp

1

Play as a Tool of Early Intervention (Ages Birth - 8 Years) SEWS554N

SII

1

Reaching Young Children Who Need More Time to Master the Reading Process (Grades K - 3) TEED565N

F, SII

1

Selecting and Evaluating Recently Published Children's Books (Grades PreK - 4) TEED505N

SII

1

Supporting Emergent Literacy in the Classroom (Pre-school, Ages 3 - 5 Years) TEED630N

SII

1

The Reggio-Emilia Approach: Interpreting Theory and Practice for Schools in the United States (Ages Infant - 5 Years) TEED654N

F, SII

1

Using the Supportive Play Model: Individual Intervention in Early Childhood Practice (Ages Birth - 6 Years) SETE511N

Sp

1

Words that Move Us: Teaching Language Arts Kinesthetically (Grades K - 5) TEED593N

F, Sp

1

Writing Winning Grant Proposals LEAD529N

pending

1

Youngest Scientist: Hands-on Adventures (Ages 3 - 8 Years) TEED531N

F

1