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UW-Parkside offers both online and face-to-face courses for advanced professional development. In order to enroll in courses for credit, you must first fill out our online application. Once your application has been received and processed by university admissions, you will be able to enroll for your desired course online. Email teachereducation@uwp.edu or call 262-595-2309 with questions.

STRETCHING AND STRENGTHENING FRACTION PEDAGOGY

WHAT | Professional Development for Educators (one graduate credit)
WHO | Teachers of Mathematics in Grades 3 through 7
WHEN | Fall 2022 | Tuesdays | 4:30-6:00 PM
DATES | 9/20, 10/4, 10/25, 11/8, 11/29, 12/13 (full attendance is required to receive credit)

This professional development course, a collaboration among KUSD, RUSD, and UW-Parkside Teacher Education, is open to all teachers of mathematics in grades three throuhg seven in RUSD and KUSD. Teachers will receive one graduate credit from UW-Parkside upon successful completion of the course. Space is limited to first 20 teachers with completed registration! Admission to UW-Parkside is required to enroll in the course (no application fee required).

Application and enrollment instructions for this course are available by clicking here!

Please direct application or enrollment questions to Dana Ryan at ryand@uwp.edu. Questions about the course should be directed to Jennifer Lawler (KUSD) at jlawler@kusd.edu or Joanna Borchardt (RUSD) at joanna.borchardt@rusd.org.

ONLINE COURSES

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For your convenience, we offer online courses through VESi. Online courses can start at anytime throughout the semester but must finish on the last day of the semester.

VESi courses are now tablet compatible, making it easy for you to recertify anytime, anywhere with reliable, stable online access!

There are three steps to register for professional development courses:

1. Download the application instructions and fill out the university application at http://apply.wisconsin.edu. There is no application fee. (Be sure to apply for the level of credit you would like to receive, as indicated in Step 6 of the instructions!)

2. Once you have received a welcome email from the Office of Admissions, follow the link in the email to activate your online account and set a password.

3. Email Dana Ryan at ryand@uwp.edu with the title of the course you wish to take and level of credit (undergraduate or graduate). You will receive instructions for course enrollment, along with a course permission number. Log in to the university SOLAR system with your Parkside user ID and the password that you created in Step 2, and follow the instructions to enroll in your professional development course!

Need to pay your bill?

You can pay your tuition bill online, in person, or via mail. Tuition must be paid by the end of the semester in which you are enrolled. Outstanding tuition bills will prevent you from receiving official transcripts or enrolling in future courses.

Online: Log in to your student SOLAR account (using the ID and password that you used to enroll in your course online). Choose the "Make a Payment" link under "Campus Finances." Credit cards and eChecks are accepted for online payments.

In Person: The Cashier's Office is located in Wyllie Hall, D 193.

Via Mail: Checks and money orders should be payable to University of Wisconsin-Parkside and must include your student identification number on your check. Personal checks must include a preprinted name and address. Address your payment to:

ATTN: CASHIER'S OFFICE, WYLL D193
UNIV OF WI-PARKSIDE
900 WOOD RD
PO BOX 2000
KENOSHA WI 53141-2000

For more information, please visit the Cashier's Office website.

Would you like to teach a professional development course or workshop? Download our course proposal form and submit it along with a syllabus and your resume to ryand@uwp.edu. We'd love to hear your ideas!

Fall Proposals due by August 1
Summer Proposals due by April 1
Spring Proposals due by January 1

Contact

Advanced Professional Development: 262-595-2309
Teacher Education: 262-595-2180
teachereducation@uwp.edu

 

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