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2019Informational Session: Wednesday, May 294:45 p.m., Teacher Center ClassroomZoom SessionRegister on My Learning PlanEducational Leadership Post-Master'sAdvanced Graduate CertificateSchool Business Leader (SBL) and School District Leader (SDL)Class #1, EDL 501: "Educational Leadership Theory,"10 Tuesdays, Projected start date SEPTEMBER 24 to December 10, 2019Registration for SUNY SBU through Apply Yourself registration website. Please contact SUNY SBU ifyou are interested in joining this cohort:firstname.lastname@example.orgThere will be 2 ways to register: through MLP AND SUNY SBU.--This is a 36-credit Educational Administration Cohort for advancement to administrative positions at both the district (SDL) and building (SBL) levels. This is one program leading to two certifications.--Cost per class: $1,100.00--Classes meet every Tuesday, Weber Middle School.--Cohort commitment is 3 years.
CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO ACCESS DIRECTIONS FOR ONLINE APPLICATION:Thank you for your interest in Stony Brook University's Post Master's Advanced Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership. The first course (EDL 501: Educational Leadership Theory I) is tentatively scheduled to begin during the Fall 2019 semester, meeting on Tuesdays tentatively from 9/24/19 to 12/10/19. If you are interested in registering, please follow the below steps:1. Complete the online interest form on the following link: https://docs.google.com/
forms/d/e/ 1FAIpQLSctVI4hKVIdc0PvKtJ6cRD2 8kJ6rj7fV0N8f8OfxO5npDQEMA/ viewform2. All students joining the Educational Leadership Program cohort at the Port Washington Teacher Center for the Fall 2019 term will need to submit all application materials for matriculation in the program by June 30, 2019. This application needs to be completed online at the following webpage: http://www.stonybrook .edu/spd/edleadership/elp_appl ication.htmlPlease review the prerequisites for entering this program on the prior link.For your Educational Leadership Program application, after setting up an ApplyYourself account (See: https://app.applyyourself.com /AYApplicantLogin/fl_Applicant Login.asp?id=sunysb-edl, follow the instructions on the attached file to make the appropriate selections.The following website contains a description of the Educational Leadership Program: http://www.stonybrook .edu/commcms/spd/edleadership/ curriculum/programYou will receive additional instructions from the Port Washington Teacher Center and Stony Brook University regarding when to pay the Teacher Center for the first course.REGISTRATION is now online through Stony Brook University's APPLY YOURSELF link:PAST SUNY STONY BROOK/P.W. TEACHER CENTER COLLABORATIONS:SPRING 2019 INFORMATIONAL SESSION
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TO BE DETERMINED. STAY TUNED! EMAIL WILL INFORM!SUNY Stony Brook representatives will discuss the start of a 36-credit Educational Administration Cohort for advancement to administrative positions at both the district (SDL) and building (SBL) levels. This is one program leading to two certifications.PREVIOUS SUNY STONY BROOKCOURSE OFFERINGS AND COHORTSWinter 2017 Graduate CourseAdvanced Graduate Certificated In Educational TechnologySUNY EST 573 (3 credits) Distance Learning and Virtual EnvironmentsWeb-based distance learning applications are quickly growing within higher education institutions, K-12 schools, and corporate environments. The focus of this course is on the underlying theories, design, and implementation of effective modes of e-learning. Students will explore virtual schools, virtual learning, virtual environments and other forms of distance education. The social differences between face-to-face and virtual learning will also be examined and discussed throughout the course. Students will explore virtual learning resources and design their own virtual learning lesson. The culminating project for this course will be the demonstration and write up of the experience.Fall 2016 Graduate CoursesStart Date/First Class: Thursday, September 22, 2016Hybrid Dates: September 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27, November 3, 10, 17End Date/Last Class: Thursday, December 1Advanced Graduate Certificated In Educational TechnologySUNY EST 574 (3 credits) Interactive Multimedia Curricula Design and DevelopmentThis course allows students to learn how to use a variety of multimedia tools for the classroom. Principles of user interface and interaction design will be covered. Throughout the course students design an interactive unit plan using multimedia authoring software. Students will work with audio/video editing software, collaborative learning software, and learn how to embed online games, activities and video within their unit plan. Development of the interactive multimedia unit requires students to: submit a proposal, use graphic organizers to plan and design, create a draft version, create assessment tools, test market with a specific target audience, then evaluate the unit before the final version is completed. The culminating activity is the presentation and delivery of the finished interactive multimedia unit.Update to Educational Technology cohorts (18 credits):SUNY EST 573 Educational Technology: Interactive Multimedia Curriculum Design and Development will be combined with SUNY EST 565 Educational Technology: Foundations of Technology Education (new cohort) and follow the EST 573 curricula.