Effective Strategies and Instruction for Students With Disabilities - Eligible for 15 PDP's for Massachusetts educators
This hybrid course will offer an introduction to a broad range of developmental disabilities and related topics, including a cognitive, physical, emotional, and learning delays. The inclusion of students into educational environments will be highlighted. Topics include: History of special education and inclusion, laws which govern inclusion, IDEA and the integration of students with disabilities, family concerns and challenges, current and future trends and best practices, specific disability exploration and knowledge through readings, documentaries and analysis, best practices in Universal Design for Instruction for students with disabilities with diverse learning styles and supporting the success. This is a hybrid class that has two required on-campus meeting on Feb 5 and March 26 from 5p -7:30p, Bedford, MA campus. All other classwork will be online. (15 hours) $169
Note: Eligible for 15 Professional Development Points for teachers, guidance counselors, and administrators who need to re-certify. Questions email ellisl@middlesex.mass.edu

2/5 - 3/30               HYBRID         Bedford        WOODS
CAR 893-30                19253          HH 116

 

 

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MTEL TEST PREP

The following MTEL classes are all online, self-paced, self-study.   Students may enroll through March 2 for the winter/spring 2018 term.  MTEL classes are independent and self-paced.   MTEL classes are not eligible for tuition waivers. Coursework will be available January 16 - May 21.

Please call 1-800-818-3434 to enroll.  Provide a valid phone # and email.  MCC offices are closed January 15 and February 19. 

Once enrolled please email Career_Training@middlesex.mass.edu  for your online course logon information or call 
781-280-3663.

 

MTEL Communication & Literacy Test Prep
The ONLINE Communication and Literacy Skills Test Prep Course has as its goal to increase student proficiency in the following areas: comprehension of reading selections, analysis of reading selections, composition of essays, correct application of grammatical rules, vocabulary knowledge. This course is designed to help students learn the skills needed to score well on the exam. This online course is self-paced and a self-study. Not eligible for waivers. $110 Course #CAR 602 75


Foundations of Reading MTEL test prep
The ONLINE Foundations of Reading MTEL Test Prep Course has as its goal to increase student proficiency in the following areas: basics of reading development, reading comprehension development, reading and language instruction, reading and language evaluation, and integration of knowledge. This course is designed to help students learn the skills needed to score well on the exam. This online course is self-paced and a self-study. Not eligible for tuition waivers. $110 Course # CAR 635 75


MTEL General Curriculum Multi-Sub Test Prep
The MTEL General Curriculum Multi-Subject Online Test Prep Course provides extensive practice in topics such as language arts, history, social science, geography, science and technology. The course has extensive material on each topic, as well as multiple skill-building quizzes. This course is designed to help students learn the skills needed to score well on the exam. This online course is self-paced and a self-study. Not eligible for tuition waivers. $110 Course # CAR 858 75

MTEL Math Skill Builder Test Prep
The ONLINE MTEL Math Skill Builder Test Prep Course focuses on preparation for the MTEL test at either the elementary level, middle school level, secondary level, or the math subtest of the general curriculum. The course includes multiple skill-building quizzes. There are 3 simulated exams with explanations for each Field of study. This course is designed to help students learn the skills needed to score well on the exam. This online course is self-paced and a self-study. Not eligible for tuition waivers. $110 Course # CAR 859 75


English a Second Language MTEL Test Prep
The ONLINE English as a Second Language (ESL) MTEL Test Prep Course has as its goal to increase student proficiency in the following areas: basics of language acquisition, ESL instructional approaches, cultural factors affecting the teaching of ESL, aural/oral aspects of language instruction, principles of reading and writing instruction for English language learners, assessment of standardized exams and of content-area learning. This course is designed to help students learn the skills needed to score well on the exam. This online course is self-paced and a self-study. Not eligible of tuition waivers. $110 Course # CAR 878 32

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Preparing & Supporting Students with Disabilities
As students who have received services on IEP’s and 504 plans enter the post-secondary arena, the need for clarity and information on the process for this successful transition is needed. Workshop attendees will gain an understanding of the difference between services and accommodations for students from K-12 to college/post-secondary settings and how best to prepare their students for success through fostering independence, metacognition and self-advocacy skills. This course is designed for those working in the public school system. Presenter: Susan Woods, retired Associate Dean of Student Support Services at Middlesex Community College. Along with overseeing an innovative, nationally recognized alternative program model for students with significant learning challenges, The Transition Program, Susan has managed the college’s Disability Support Services supporting students with documented disabilities. (2 hours) $35

4/10                6:00pm - 8:00pm          Tuesday        Bedford          WOODS
CAR 892 30           19247                      HH 213

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NEW! S.O.S. Teacher Licensing (made easy) in the State of Massachusetts
Are you interested in becoming a teacher, but quickly change your mind every time you visit DESE’s website? Whether you are new to teaching, considering a career change, hoping to become a teacher or even licensed in another state, this workshop is for you. This workshop which will give you a better understanding of the license process, and also help you to strategically develop a long term plan, that will save you both time and money. This workshop is taught by Lisa Lanteigne, HR Licensing Specialist in the Lawrence Public Schools. (1 ½ hours) $35 
*Note: Employees of Lawrence Public Schools should contact Lisa Lanteigne directly in the Human Resources office for information and guidance on licensing.

2/21                 6:30pm - 8:00pm                 W                  Lowell                  LANTEIGNE
CAR 877 80                19128                     LC 103


 

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