The Affective Domain of Teaching

 

Important Registration Dates
Monday, February 6 – last day to register for February 13 course starts
Monday, February 27 – last day to register for March 6 course starts

 

Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree to be eligible/apply for graduate credit.

REAL 620: Managing Stress in Education: Cultivating a Positive Attitude (3 credit hours)
February 13 – April 10 | online

REAL 621: The Heart of Teaching (3 credit hours)
February 13 – April 10 | online

REAL 622: The Human Element in Teaching (3 credit hours)
Option 1 February 13 – April 10 | online
Option 2 February 13 – April 10 | blended (course meets face-to-face on 3/12 at Coldwater HS in Coldwater, MI)

REAL 623: Understanding and Applying Emotional Intelligence (3 credit hours)
Option 1 February 13 – April 10 | online
Option 2 February 13 – April 10 | blended (course meets face-to-face on 3/18 at Coldwater HS in Coldwater, MI)

REAL 624: Classroom Applications for Differentiated Instruction (3 credit hours)
February 13 – April 10 | online

REAL 625: Humor in the Classroom (3 credit hours)
February 13 – April 10 | online

REAL 626: Dynamics of Student Motivation (3 credit hours)
February 13 – April 10 | online

REAL 627: The Teacher Component in Learning (3 credit hours)
Option 1 February 13 – April 10 | online
Option 2 February 13 – April 10 | blended (course meets face-to-face on 3/11 at Coldwater HS in Coldwater, MI)
Option 3 March 6 – May 1 | blended (course meets face-to-face on 3/25 at USF Main Campus in Joliet, IL)

DID YOU KNOW . . .
USF offers a concentration in the Affective Domain of Teaching for the M.S. in Teaching and Learning degree program?

30-credit-hour program consists of 18 elective credits in the Affective Domain and 12 CORE credits, ALL of which are available online. Course(s) you’ve already taken may be applied to this degree!

For questions regarding the M.S. Teaching and Learning program, please contact Pat Pierson at ppierson@stfrancis.edu.