Scheduled Dates


11/13/2020   06:00 PM  09:00 PM
11/14/2020   08:00 AM  06:00 PM
11/15/2020   08:00 AM  06:00 PM
11/20/2020   06:00 PM  09:00 PM
11/21/2020   08:00 AM  06:00 PM
11/22/2020   08:00 AM  06:00 PM


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Combating the Effects of Poverty in the Classroom

Dates: 11/13/2020 to 11/22/2020
Schedule:
Fr 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Sa 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Su 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM

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Located in : Holiday Inn Express - York, Conference Room
Instructor: Amy Jackson


Regular Student: $595.00

This course explores the nature of poverty and its effects on child development. It provides teachers with an understanding of poverty, but more importantly, it gives them the strategies and tools they need to create an educational framework to meet the needs of impoverished students.

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Additional Information

Fall face to face classes will be held on Zoom if there is a resurgence in COVID-19.

 

Holiday Inn Express

140 Leader Heights Road, York, PA, US, 17403

Course Tuition: $595.00

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.

Carlow University will award you three (3) semester hours of graduate credit for successfully completing this course. You will receive a letter grade.

In order to receive credit from Carlow University, all participants must accurately complete all university registration forms and return them to TEI.  Grade reports can be requested from the TEI registrar’s office at the end of each semester. For university forms and instructions, please click here: http://www.teachereducation.com/University-Forms.html.

Course Login Instructions: will be emailed the afternoon of the course start date.

Hardware & Computer Skill Requirements:  Students may use either a Macintosh computer or a PC with Windows 2000 or higher. Students should possess basic word processing skills and have internet access with an active e-mail account. Students also are expected to have a basic knowledge of how to use a Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla Firefox etc.

Course requirements include:

 

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