Scheduled Dates


10/18/2019   06:00 PM  09:00 PM
10/19/2019   08:00 AM  06:00 PM
10/20/2019   08:00 AM  06:00 PM
11/1/2019   06:00 PM  09:00 PM
11/2/2019   08:00 AM  06:00 PM
11/3/2019   08:00 AM  06:00 PM


Class is Full

Cyberbullying

Dates: 10/18/2019 to 11/3/2019
Schedule:
Fr 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Sa 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Su 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM

There will be no class held on
10/25, 10/26, 10/27
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Located in : Hampton Inn - Jericho/Westbury, Hampton Inn Jericho
Instructor: Joan Goldsmith


Regular Student: $622.00

Cyberbullying has quickly become a 21st century epidemic and a growing concern for students, parents, and educators. This course will alert teachers to the harmful effects of online harassment and teach them how they can be the driving force to prevent it in their schools. We will look at it's impact on teaching and learning and apply strategies that will help reduce and/or eliminate the instances of cyberbullying in our classrooms, in students’ homes, and in our schools.


Additional Information

Hampton Inn Jericho

120 Jericho Turnpike

Jericho, NY 11753

(516) 997-2000

 

Course Tuition: $622.00

VERY IMPORTANT - Course Materials: Students are required to order their own textbook. Please see http://www.teachereducation.com/Textbook-Information.html for information on ordering. Locate your course and you will see your textbook listed.

The College of Saint Rose will award you three (3) semester hours of graduate credit for successfully completing this course. All Participants must have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree to receive credit from The College of Saint Rose. You will receive a letter grade.

In order to receive credit from the College of Saint Rose, all participants must accurately complete all university registration forms and return them to TEI.  For university forms and instructions, please click here: http://www.teachereducation.com/University-Forms.html.

The College of Saint Rose Students: NYSED requirements prohibit students from exceeding 12 credits during any SUMMER semester and 15 credits for each of the SPRING or FALL

 

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