Inprove Learning for Students In Non-Tradtional Environments
This program provides the competencies teachers need to qualify for the Alternative Education License Certificate (#952). Effective July 1, 1996, this early adolescent certification is required by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for all teachers who teach students in non-traditional environments.
The following courses provides the competencies for this #952 certificate:
EDU653: Rethinking "At Risk" Students - Creating Promise (3 credits)
EDU655: Families in Society (3 credits)
EDU657: Pedagogy for Alternative Learning Environments (3 credits)
EDU683: Graduate Internship in Education (1 to 3 credits)
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