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ECSTI: Educating Children Summer Training Institute

With over 40 one-week intensive seminars, ECSTI features some of the most distinguished international and national experts. All seminars are designed for public, parochial or private schools, child care center or family day care teachers, parents, administrators, Head Start, both graduate and undergraduate students, and other education professionals.

Most seminars allow participants to earn 3 semester hours of graduate or undergraduate credit. Seminars can also be applied toward specific credential or license requirements depending on your applicable local regulations.

Participants can attend only one seminar in each week.

 

Week 1: June 3-8, 2007  
   
EDUC 511 Teaching and Leading in a Culture of Change (3 credit hours)
Lena Crouso    
EDUC 520 Language, Literacy and Communication (3)
Robin Campbell    
EDUC 528 Learning Differences and Exceptionalities (3)
Linda Morrow    
EDUC 540 Characteristics and Assessment of Gifted and Talented (3)
Sherry Long    
EDUC 591 Family-Centered Practices (3)
Kevin Swick    
EDUC 596 Assessment for Early Intervention (3)
Tom Bordenkircher    
EDUC 602 Creating a Climate for Student Learning (3)
Barbara Hansen    
EDUC 740 Personnel Administration (3)
Norm Blanchard    
EDUC 510 The Teaching Profession (1 credit hour)   Two-day seminar:
Joy Cowdery  
June 8 – 1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
June 9 – 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
 
 
 
Week 2: June 10-15, 2007  
   
EDUC 513 Building and Working in Collaborative Teams (3)
Gene Alesandrini    
EDUC 520 Language, Literacy and Communication (3)
Robin Campbell    
EDUC 521 Phonics and the Reading Process (3)
Sue Peyton    
EDUC 522 Reading Methods for Middle Childhood (3)
Feliz Edizer    
EDUC 536 Family and Community Involvement in Special Education (3)
David Watkins    
EDUC 543 Collaborative Partnerships for Talented and Gifted (3)
STAFF    
EDUC 550 Child, Adolescent and Youth Development (3)
Vicki Wilson    
EDUC 559 Teaching and Supporting Students with Autism and Other Behavioral Disorders (3)
Tom Bordenkircher & Michele Nobel    
EDUC 586 Social Studies in Early Childhood (3)
David Burchfield    
EDUC 593 Early Childhood Education (3)
Rolf Schmitz    
EDUC 595 Young Children with Special Needs I (3)
Tom Bordenkircher & Michele Nobel    
EDUC 600 Teaching in a Standards-Based Environment (3)
Judy VanVoorhis    
EDUC 632 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for School Leaders (3)
Barbara Hansen    
EDUC 790 Technology Applications in Education Leadership (3)
Stan Taylor & Kim VanWey    
EDUC 529 Diversity in the Classroom (1)   Two-day seminar:
Joy Cowdery  
June 15– 1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
June 16– 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
 
 
 
Week 3: June 17-22, 2007  
   
EDUC 512 Motivation and Learning (3)
Lena Crouso    
EDUC 517 Educational Technology (3)
Bob Kuhn    
EDUC 521 Phonics and the Reading Process (3)
Sue Peyton    
EDUC 523 Content Area Literacy (3)
Dinae Longstreth    
EDUC 542 Guidance and Counseling for Gifted and Talented (3)
Sherry Long    
EDUC 550 Child, Adolescent and Youth Development (3)
Vicki Wilson    
EDUC 555 Proactive Approaches to Classroom Management and Support (3)
Sally Barton-Arwood    
EDUC 594 The Arts in Early Childhood (3)
Walter Drew    
EDUC 597 Young Children with Special Needs II (3)
Michele Nobel & Laura Rismiller    
EDUC 603 Data-Based Decision Making for Teachers (3)
Ky Davis    
EDUC 720 Educational Leadership and Organizational Change (3)
David Hire    
HLTH 365 School and Community Health (3)
     
MUSC 682 Music Education: Teaching General Music (3)
Joyce Alesandrini    
 
 
 
Week 4: June 24-29, 2007  
   
EDUC 513 Building and Working in Collaborative Teams (3)
Debbie Phillips    
EDUC 523 Content Area Literacy (3)
Dinae Longstreth    
EDUC 524 Literacy Assessment and Intervention (3)
Polly Collins    
EDUC 527 Reading Strategies for Advanced Readers (3)
Sherry Long    
EDUC 577 Facilitating Learning in Groups (3)
Gene Alesandrini    
EDUC 598 Young Children with Intensive Needs (3)
Laura Rismiller    
EDUC 601 Assessment in a Standards-Based Environment (3)
Judy VanVoorhis    
EDUC 629 Data-Based Decision Making for Administrators (3)
David Hire    
EDUC 770 Community Relations and Building Consensus (3)
Regis Woods    
MUSC 612 Materials of Music (3)
Bill Schlacks    
 
ALL COURSE LISTINGS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
 

For complete details on all ECSTI seminars contact us at ecsti@muskingum.edu

 

Costs

Three (3) semester hours of graduate or undergraduate credit $930.00
Registration fee: 1st Seminar $60.00
Registration fee: 2nd Seminar $50.00
Registration fee: 3rd Seminar $40.00
Registration fee: 4th Seminar $30.00
   

Fees include complete library and computer lab use, recreational facilities, and on-campus parking to make your ECSTI stay comfortable, relaxing, very affordable, and professionally rewarding.

Participants will be housed in dormitory rooms at an additional charge (towels, blankets, and linens provided).

Registration fees are non-refundable.

 

Payment Due Date

The seminar fees or an acceptable payment arrangement is due at the start date of desired seminar(s).

 

Refunds

Written notification no later than 30 days prior to the start of the seminar(s) for which you registered is required for full refund (minus registration fee). A full refund (including the registration fee) will be made if ECSTI is forced to cancel a seminar.

 

Weekly Schedule

Sunday

Registration (required ONLY for participants needing to pay for classes, obtain parking pass, or check-in/pick-up keys for on-campus housing).

6:00-7:00 p.m.

First Seminar Session

7:00-9:00 p.m.
Monday
through
Thursday

Breakfast

 
Seminar Sessions 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Lunch/Noon Break  
Seminar Sessions 1:45-5:30 p.m.
Dinner  
Friday

Breakfast

 
Seminar Sessions 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Departure

 

Location

Muskingum College is located only 1 mile north of Interstate 70 and 7 miles west of Interstate 77. We can be found midway between Columbus, Ohio and Wheeling, West Virginia, in Ohio's scenic rural hills.

For More Information

A web-based form is available to request additional information, or you may e-mail ecsti@muskingum.edu.

For a detailed brochure, contact:

Muskingum College
Graduate & Continuing Studies
117 Montgomery Hall
163 Stormont Street
New Concord, OH 43762
740-826-8038