These graduate courses are offered 100% online, with a cost at our affordable rate of $275.00/per credit hour ($350, out-of-state rate).
Before enrolling in any of these classes, we advise you to check with either the VDOE or your school HR/personnel department to make sure the courses will fit what you need. We can not make that determination or advise you on what you need for licensure and we don’t want you to take something that won’t help you.
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Registration opens: April 24
“I found Longwood University’s graduate credit and non-credit classes to be just what I needed in order to further my knowledge in my chosen field of special education. A big bonus, of course, is the recertification points!”
~ Debbie Pollard,
Special Education Teacher
Windy Gap Elementary School
The classes we offer are:
A study of principles and current patterns of curriculum development in the elementary school. 3 credits Course Information: PEDU 542 P03 CRN#6295 3 Credits Summer 2018: May 19th-July 14th Instructor: J. Mersiowsky EnrollRead More
Next Offering–Summer 2019 Application of child development and language acquisition knowledge in making effective and appropriate decisions about early childhood and elementary school literacy practices will be examined for both emergent and early lit …Read More
Examination of classroom and behavior management techniques and the development of skills necessary to foster a supportive classroom learning environment congruent with norms and rules. Includes an examination of system problems and solutions within tr …Read More
This course provides the graduate student with an analysis of skills and strategies for facilitating content area reading and writing in intermediate grades, middle school, high school and with developmental college students. Course Information: PEDU …Read More
The principles and processes of human development covering the entire lifespan. Major aspects of development (social, physical, mental, emotional, etc.) are traced through the various stages of development and their interaction in organized behavior is …Read More
This course provides foundation to the scope and nature of education in American society as reflected in the historical, philosophical, and sociological forces affecting the development and organization of schooling. Emphasis is given to contemporary c …Read More