Walsh University is fully accredited by ODE, & North Central. 
All courses are 3 semester graduate hours.  All courses are $599, with possible discounts.

Online Self-Paced Courses

Our online/self-paced classes will use Walsh University’s fantastic and straightforward online design. It will be extremely user-friendly, and you will be guided by the same kind of common-sense, supportive instructor online as you have had during past in-person courses.  They are entirely self-paced.  Past participants have given fantastic feedback and report that the month seems plenty of time to complete the online expectations. Pre-register as you would with ANY of our classes, & as the start date approaches, we will guide you to your course’s online login and final payment. ALL COURSES 3 SEMESTER HOURS

A student will not receive new credit if they previously took the "in-person" version of any of these courses.

All of these titles continue to take registrations. Several are nearing capacity.

June 2nd to July 2nd      Code 4167  -  Assessing for Achievement                   Instructor - Tabatha Stover 

                                            Code 4168  -  Dynamic Lesson Design                         Instructor - Rebecca Zullo  

June 16th to July 16th   Code 4169  -  The Digital Student                                 Instructor - Gary Kandel 

                                            Code 4164  -  Healthy Pathways to Authentic Learning      Instructor Andrea Schultz 

July 1st to August 1st    Code 4151  -  Future of Learning and Technology   Instructor Gary Kandel 

July 18th to August 18th    Code 4152  -  Dynamic Lesson Design                Instructor Rebecca Zullo  

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Remote Courses/Not-Self-Paced

These courses use GOOGLE MEET on the specific dates noted.  You will have a live instructor, and you should be prepared

to give your attention during each day listed in order to earn credit.  However, you won't be listening to someone talk and talk all day each day.  Instead, we have created a sequence where the live instructor: *presents material, shares external resources/sites/apps, assigns independent tasks, asks for written responses, and goes "live" again to review learning.  This general design will be repeated with each new phase of the course, at probably 3 to 5 phases per day.  Breaks will occur as needed, and for lunch each day.  Pre-register as you would with ANY of our classes, & as the start date approaches, we will guide you to your course’s online particulars and final payment.   ALL COURSES 3 SEMESTER HOURS

All of these titles have been taught "In-person" previously.  You cannot receive new credit for the remote version.  

All of these titles continue to take registrations. Several are nearing capacity.     

SUMMER  Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm  (Friday ends at 12 noon)   ALL OF THESE SECTIONS WILL BE HELD 100%

Code 4191  Google Tools in Education   (Remote)  Cheryl Kemper    June 7-11

Code 4192  Next Generation Literacy   (Remote)  Rebecca Zullo    June 14-18

Code 4193  Accountability to Independence   (Remote)  Marianne Pramuka   June 21-25

Code 4194  Google Tools in Education   (Remote)  Garth Holman   June 28-July 2

Code 4195  Google Tools in Education   (Remote)  McKenzie Wallace  July 12-16

Code 4196  Next Generation Literacy   (Remote)  Kim Tucker    July 19-23

Code 4197  Accountability to Independence   (Remote)  Marianne Pramuka   July  26-30

June "In Person" Course  

All Courses are 3 semester graduate hours.

COURSES SUBJECT TO MEETING ENROLLMENT THRESHOLDS

June 14-18 

Monday through Thursday 8am - 4pm  Friday 8-12noon

Code 4178          Toledo                 Succeeding with Students of Poverty at Staybridge Suites - Rossford I-75    Maceo

This course WILL be held

If it seems odd that this section is being held - it is odd.  No other in-person section had even close to the threshold of registrations (typically about 15) to be held. This class is at 12 and we are committing to it now no matter what - no other in-person section had more than 6.  We will be seriously evaluating the scheduling of in-person courses in the future - mainly, not to create false hope among those who register.  We faithfully scheduled these over the past year - hopeful that trends would go back to in-person viability. They have not.  Thank you for understanding.  The world has changed for us - and we must adjust.  - CI