K-12 Writing Certificate
Teach writing more effectively
Teachers from all disciplines and grade levels will develop the ability to teach writing more effectively. A mix of online and face-to-face courses, workshops, and practicum balance research and theory with practice, preparing certified teachers to nurture engaged and proficient writers.
National Writing Project (NWP)-trained Wisconsin teachers present the workshops during each course. This "teachers teaching teachers" component imbeds practical experience into the program.
- Classes meet at the Milwaukee Art Museum or at Carroll University's Center for Graduate Studies
- Courses are specially timed in summer with weekly or weekend delivery options during fall and spring terms
The following courses compose the graduate level requirements for the K-12 Writing Certificate:
- EDU620: The Writing Process: Theory and Practice, Using Technology to Enhance the Writing Process (2 credits)
- EDU621: Writing Across the Curriculum Leadership Institute (3 credits)
- EDU622: Writing Project Practicum (3 credits)
- EDU623: The Zen of Collegial Studies (1 credit)
- EDU625: Teaching the Writing Process (3 credits)
- EDU626: Teacher as Writer: Facilitating Better Student Writing OR EDU671: Understanding Self, Race, Class and Gender to Leverage Student Achievement (3 credits each)