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Eastern New Mexico University

Fiesta para los Educadores; A Fiesta for the Educators

Enjoy some professional development this summer! Take an online course from the comfort of home. Or come to Portales for a cool summer session, and have java at Ground Zero with your colleagues.

Further Notes:

  • Degree seeking students should contact their advisors to ensure that the course is approved for the degree before the session begins.
  • If you are a new graduate student or did not attend ENMU during the spring 2007 semester, please apply online with the Graduate School.
  • For special housing and meal plan rates and other services, contact the College of Education office at 575.562.2443 or email cheryl.reeves@enmu.edu.
Online Courses

Exceptional Student in the Regular Classroom
You have students diagnosed with disabilities on IEPs in your classroom…now what?
SPED 501 (3 credit hours) CRN 40422
June 4–29, WebCT, Dr. Kathie Good

Whole Language: Theory/Practice/Evaluation
Have you ever heard or said, "whole language vs. phonics'?" Help set the record straight.
RED 550 (3 credit hours) CRN 40611
June 4–29, WebCT, Dr. Patricia Whitney

TPS/Sport Finance
Enjoy this course from a former baseball owner and national columnist. It’s all about finance as applied to physical education, recreation, and athletic programs.
HPE 593 (3 credit hours) CRN 40695
June 4–July 27, WebCT, Jordan Kobritz

Content Area Literacy
So you teach a content area? Critical thinking, reading and writing across the content areas are the foci of this course.
RED 518 (3 credit hours) CRN 40308
July 2–27, WebCT, Dr. Kathleen Pittman

Seminar in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
Gather new ideas concerning assessment. Find out what you need to know about No Child Left Behind.
CI 591 (3 credit hours) CRN 40793
June 4–July 27, WebCT, Dr. Kathleen Pittman

TPS/Academic and Professional Writing in Education
Improve your writing proficiency in the context of the classroom and your professional world.
RED 593 (3 credit hours) CRN 40796
June 4–29, WebCT, Dr. Amy Hazelrigg

Online Courses with Saturday Session(s) in Portales

Integrated Content Arts: Teaching the Content Areas through the Arts
Do you want your lessons to be fun and exciting for you and your students? Teaching the content areas of math, social studies, science, and language arts through the arts is the way to go.
ELED 593 (3 credit hours) CRN 40688
July 2–27, WebCT/meets two Saturdays: July 6 and 27, Dr. Kathleen Pittman

Theory to Practice: Autism/Asperger Syndrome
Address challenges presented in working with individuals with Autism/Asperger Syndrome.
SPED 570(D) (3 credit hours) CRN 40731
June 4–29, WebCT meets one Saturday: June 16, 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Dr. Robin Wells

Professional Education: Working with Non-Verbal Students
Learn communication supports through alternative communication and positive behavior supports.
SPED 580(J) (3 credit hours) CRN 40730
June 4–29, WebCT meets one Saturday: June 23, 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Dr. Robin Wells

June Summer Institutes

Institute for Math and Science
Two weeks of exploring integration of math/science/arts and social sciences. Technology applications and field experiences are planned. May substitute for ELED 511. Applications required. Contact Jerry.Everhart@enmu.edu.
ELED 593 (3 credit hours) CRN 40689
June 18–29, M–F, 8 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Dr. Jerry Everhart

High Plains Writing Project: Teaching Writing
This course is the High Plains Writing Project sponsored yearly Summer Institute. This institute empowers participants in writing practices and the teaching of writing. Applications required. For further information, contact annmarie.oldfield@roswell.enmu.edu
RED 507:CRN 40602 / ELED 507:CRN 40598 / SED 507:CRN 40614 / ENG 507:CRN 40808 (6 credit hours)
June 4–29, in Roswell, Ms. Annemarie Oldfield

TPS: Curriculum Design Workshop: The Stories of Bosque Redondo
An in-depth look at an event of regional importance: Bosque Redondo Internment of Mescalero Apaches and Diné at Ft. Sumner, 1862-1868. Includes two planned field trips.
Applications required. For more information, contact Elizabeth.Galligan@enmu.edu.
ELED 593 CRN 40794/SED 593 CRN 40795 (3 credit hours)
June 11–23, M-F, 8-10 a.m., Dr. Elizabeth Galligan

NM Bosque Redondo Internment of Mescalero Apaches and Diné at Fort Sumner, 1862–1868
Experience cultural demonstrations and presentations by tribal experts of the Diné and Mescalero nations and other local authorities in Fort Sumner, NM. Applications required. For more information, contact Elizabeth.Galligan@enmu.edu.
ELED 468:CRN 40804 / ELED 569:CRN 40805 / SED 468:CRN 40806 / SED 569:CRN 40807 (1 credit hour)
June 23, one-day workshop, 8 a.m.–8 p.m., Dr. Elizabeth Galligan

Courses Offered at ENMU Distance Education Sites

The following courses are available at ENMU viewing sites in these locations: Artesia, Clovis Community College, Cannon Air Force Base, Hobbs, Roswell and Ruidoso.

Behavior Disorders: Theory to Practice
Learn the causes, characteristics, curriculum issues and coping strategies for children with behavior disorders.
SPED 548 (3 credit hours) CRN 40615 Portales, CRN 40616 CAFB, CRN 40617 Clovis, CRN 40620 Ruidoso, CRN 40618 Hobbs, CRN 40619 Roswell
July 2–July 27, M-F, 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Polycom, Dr. Michael Shaughnessy

Theory to Practice: ADHD/TBI
Increase your knowledge of head injury, brain trauma, attention deficits, hyperactivity/impulsivity and coping strategies for special and regular education classroom teachers.
SPED 570(A) (3 credit hours) CRN 40732 Portales, CRN 40733 CAFB, CRN 40734 Clovis, CRN 40735 Ruidoso, CRN 40736 Hobbs, CRN 40737 Roswell
July 2–July 27, M–F, 3 p.m.–5 p.m., Polycom, Dr. Michael Shaughnessy

Campus Classes in Portales

Technology, Diversity and Assessment Through A Literacy Lens
Celebrate the diversity of children in elementary classrooms through technology and assessment.
RED 593 (3 credit hours) CRN 40610
June 4–29, M–F, 10:20 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Dr. Mary Kallus

Early Childhood Bilingualism
First and second language acquisition of young children
BLED 573 (3 credit hours) CRN 40182
June 4–29, M–F, 10:20 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Dr. Romelio Hurtado

The Role of Parents in the Bilingual Classroom
Strategies that involve parents in the learning process at home and at school.
BLED 525 (3 credit hours) CRN 40395
June 4–29, M–F, 10:20 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Ms. Renee Duran

Spanish Immersion Institute (SII)
This program is designed as an intensive immersion course in Spanish for bilingual teachers who need to pass the NM mandated proficiency exam (Prueba) in order to receive bilingual endorsement. It is also a great opportunity for Spanish teachers to improve their skills.
SPAN 493:CRN 40819 / SPAN 593:CRN 40820 / BLED 493:CRN 40817 / BLED 593:CRN 40818 (6 credit hours)
June 22–29, Ms. Geni Flores