Education Course Selection Instructions Spring 2012

Central NH 2010 Cluster

All students in the Central NH 2010 Cluster are required to register for

Times: Saturdays: January 21, February 11, March 10, and April 14,
9:00 am – 5:00 pm


Central NH 2010 Cluster with Principal Certification Concentration

Central NH 2010 Cluster with Principal Certification Concentration are required to register for:

Times: Courses meet online or with advisors


Educating for Sustainability 2010 Cluster

All students in the Educating for Sustainability 2010 Cluster, who entered in Summer 2010, are required to register for:

Times: All spring coursework is conducted online


Principal Certification 2011 Cluster

All students in the Principal Certification 2011 Cluster, who entered in Summer 2011, are required to register for:

Times: All spring coursework is conducted online.


Section A: M.Ed. with Applied Behavioral Analysis

All students in the Applied Behavioral Analysis M.Ed. program who entered in Fall 2011 are required to register for:

* Please note that students who need to maintain part-time enrollment for financial aid purposes MUST register for at least 1 credit of elective in the spring semester.


Section B: M.Ed. with Autism Spectrum Disorders

All students in the Autism Spectrum Disorders M.Ed. program who entered in Fall 2011 are required to register for:

* Please note that students who need to maintain part-time enrollment for financial aid purposes MUST register for at least 1 credit of elective in the spring semester.


M.Ed. with an Educating for Sustainability Concentration Spring 2012

All students beginning the M.Ed. program with an Educating for Sustainability Concentration in the Spring of 2012 are required to register for:


M.Ed. with an Educational Technology Concentration Spring 2012

All students beginning the M.Ed. program with an Educational Technology Concentration in Spring 2012 are required to register for:


M.Ed. with a Problem-Based Learning Concentration Spring 2012

All students beginning the M.Ed. program with an Problem-Based Learning Concentration in Spring 2012 are required to register for:


M.Ed. with a Teacher Leadership Concentration Spring 2012

All students beginning the M.Ed. program with a Teacher Leadership Concentration in Spring 2012 are required to register for:


Electives
Electives for all Experienced Educator students are listed in the course description section for Integrated Learning and Waldorf Education programs. Required online courses for many ExEd concentrations can also be used as elective courses for all education department students. Students may also choose electives from other departments as well as the Education Department. Please note the date when these courses open to students from outside the concentration or department.

Please Note: All Experienced Educator students may enroll for a maximum of 9 credits in the Spring 2012 semester. Students must request written permission of Program Director or designee to exceed these credit limits. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch email.


Courses Without Scheduled Meetings

EDC 682 Building Strong Classroom Communities (Section A)
EDR 642 Data Collection & Analysis II (Sections A & B)
EDP 594 Equity Challenge for Leaders (Section A)
EDP 662 Integrating the 3 E’s (Section A)
EDT 547 Is There An App For That? Introduction to Next Generation Learning (Section A)
ED 699B Master’s Project (Section A)
ED 699C Master’s Project Continuation (Section A)
EDR 692 Practicum: Child Study (Section A)
ED 696 Practicum Critical Friends Group Coaching II (Section A)
EDR 694 Practicum: Curriculum (Section A)
EDR 630 Using Assessment and Data to Improve Authentic Student Learning (Section A)