Calendar Events

  • Advanced Placement Summer Institute (Mon, Jul 11)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    The Teacher Training Institutes are designed to support all aspects of AP courses, including AP methodology, curriculum, class assignments and examinations as well as providing strategies for teaching AP. Mondays, Jul 11 - Jul 25

  • GCE Summer Session II starts July 11 (Mon, Jul 11)

    Posted Tue, 21 Jun 2016

    Fitchburg State University, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Graduate and Continuing Education Summer Session II runs July 11 - August 12. Register today at www.fitchburgstate.edu/gce/register.

  • Advanced Placement Summer Institute (Mon, Jul 18)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    The Teacher Training Institutes are designed to support all aspects of AP courses, including AP methodology, curriculum, class assignments and examinations as well as providing strategies for teaching AP. Mondays, Jul 11 - Jul 25

  • Creative Arts Curriculum Development and Applications (Mon, Jul 18)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Conlon Fine Arts, 265, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    This course is designed to help teachers, aspiring leaders, or administrators understand the development and implementation of systemic K-12 fine arts curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The content includes theoretical and practical information, and exposes students to present trends and research in arts curriculum. Topics include unpacking standards and frameworks, mapping, common units, rubrics and assessment strategies, curriculum leadership, professional development, and issues regarding arts education. Upon completion of this course, the teacher, aspiring leader, or administrator will have the knowledge and tools to develop and implement curriculum, instruction, and assessment within a content area, school, or district. *This course is one of the core courses required in our Arts Education, M.Ed Program. Monday, Jul 18 - Thursday, Jul 21.

  • Creative Arts Curriculum Development and Applications (Tue, Jul 19)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Conlon Fine Arts, 265, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    This course is designed to help teachers, aspiring leaders, or administrators understand the development and implementation of systemic K-12 fine arts curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The content includes theoretical and practical information, and exposes students to present trends and research in arts curriculum. Topics include unpacking standards and frameworks, mapping, common units, rubrics and assessment strategies, curriculum leadership, professional development, and issues regarding arts education. Upon completion of this course, the teacher, aspiring leader, or administrator will have the knowledge and tools to develop and implement curriculum, instruction, and assessment within a content area, school, or district. *This course is one of the core courses required in our Arts Education, M.Ed Program. Monday, Jul 18 - Thursday, Jul 21.

  • Creative Arts Curriculum Development and Applications (Wed, Jul 20)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Conlon Fine Arts, 265, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    This course is designed to help teachers, aspiring leaders, or administrators understand the development and implementation of systemic K-12 fine arts curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The content includes theoretical and practical information, and exposes students to present trends and research in arts curriculum. Topics include unpacking standards and frameworks, mapping, common units, rubrics and assessment strategies, curriculum leadership, professional development, and issues regarding arts education. Upon completion of this course, the teacher, aspiring leader, or administrator will have the knowledge and tools to develop and implement curriculum, instruction, and assessment within a content area, school, or district. *This course is one of the core courses required in our Arts Education, M.Ed Program. Monday, Jul 18 - Thursday, Jul 21.

  • Creative Arts Curriculum Development and Applications (Thu, Jul 21)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Conlon Fine Arts, 265, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    This course is designed to help teachers, aspiring leaders, or administrators understand the development and implementation of systemic K-12 fine arts curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The content includes theoretical and practical information, and exposes students to present trends and research in arts curriculum. Topics include unpacking standards and frameworks, mapping, common units, rubrics and assessment strategies, curriculum leadership, professional development, and issues regarding arts education. Upon completion of this course, the teacher, aspiring leader, or administrator will have the knowledge and tools to develop and implement curriculum, instruction, and assessment within a content area, school, or district. *This course is one of the core courses required in our Arts Education, M.Ed Program. Monday, Jul 18 - Thursday, Jul 21.

  • Advanced Placement Summer Institute (Mon, Jul 25)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    The Teacher Training Institutes are designed to support all aspects of AP courses, including AP methodology, curriculum, class assignments and examinations as well as providing strategies for teaching AP. Mondays, Jul 11 - Jul 25

  • Student Engagement, Empowerment and Motivation (Mon, Aug 1)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Thompson Hall, 206, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Based on the work of Dweck, Wagner, Stewart and the Harvard Graduate School of Educations Project Zero, this course will explore ideas on creativity, innovation and growth to help educators understand, design, and document powerful learning experiences. This course will also explore approaches that will help educators to understand what drives student behaviors and self-regulation, as well as challenge them to rethink their educational environments. Closing the gap between research and practice will help our students to think creatively, manage change, and solve complex, open-ended problems. When educators and administrators deliberately integrate an understanding of child and adolescent psychological development with innovative cutting edge strategies to engage students, that impactful change occurs tor the student and the system. Cost: $627 (37.5 PDPs), $912 (3 graduate credits) Monday, Aug 1 - Friday, Aug 5.

  • GCE August Information Session, August 9, 5-6:30pm (Mon, Aug 1)

    Posted Tue, 21 Jun 2016

    5:00 PM-6:30 PM, Fitchburg State University, Hammond Hall, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Fitchburg State University's Office of Graduate and Continuing Education offers more than 45 graduate and undergraduate degree and certificate programs in the evening. Take advantage of our Information Session to visit the campus and take the initial steps to attaining your educational goals.

  • Student Engagement, Empowerment and Motivation (Tue, Aug 2)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Thompson Hall, 206, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Based on the work of Dweck, Wagner, Stewart and the Harvard Graduate School of Educations Project Zero, this course will explore ideas on creativity, innovation and growth to help educators understand, design, and document powerful learning experiences. This course will also explore approaches that will help educators to understand what drives student behaviors and self-regulation, as well as challenge them to rethink their educational environments. Closing the gap between research and practice will help our students to think creatively, manage change, and solve complex, open-ended problems. When educators and administrators deliberately integrate an understanding of child and adolescent psychological development with innovative cutting edge strategies to engage students, that impactful change occurs tor the student and the system. Cost: $627 (37.5 PDPs), $912 (3 graduate credits) Monday, Aug 1 - Friday, Aug 5.

  • Student Engagement, Empowerment and Motivation (Wed, Aug 3)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Thompson Hall, 206, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Based on the work of Dweck, Wagner, Stewart and the Harvard Graduate School of Educations Project Zero, this course will explore ideas on creativity, innovation and growth to help educators understand, design, and document powerful learning experiences. This course will also explore approaches that will help educators to understand what drives student behaviors and self-regulation, as well as challenge them to rethink their educational environments. Closing the gap between research and practice will help our students to think creatively, manage change, and solve complex, open-ended problems. When educators and administrators deliberately integrate an understanding of child and adolescent psychological development with innovative cutting edge strategies to engage students, that impactful change occurs tor the student and the system. Cost: $627 (37.5 PDPs), $912 (3 graduate credits) Monday, Aug 1 - Friday, Aug 5.

  • Student Engagement, Empowerment and Motivation (Thu, Aug 4)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Thompson Hall, 206, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Based on the work of Dweck, Wagner, Stewart and the Harvard Graduate School of Educations Project Zero, this course will explore ideas on creativity, innovation and growth to help educators understand, design, and document powerful learning experiences. This course will also explore approaches that will help educators to understand what drives student behaviors and self-regulation, as well as challenge them to rethink their educational environments. Closing the gap between research and practice will help our students to think creatively, manage change, and solve complex, open-ended problems. When educators and administrators deliberately integrate an understanding of child and adolescent psychological development with innovative cutting edge strategies to engage students, that impactful change occurs tor the student and the system. Cost: $627 (37.5 PDPs), $912 (3 graduate credits) Monday, Aug 1 - Friday, Aug 5.

  • Student Engagement, Empowerment and Motivation (Fri, Aug 5)

    Posted Wed, 18 May 2016

    Fitchburg State University: Thompson Hall, 206, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA
    Based on the work of Dweck, Wagner, Stewart and the Harvard Graduate School of Educations Project Zero, this course will explore ideas on creativity, innovation and growth to help educators understand, design, and document powerful learning experiences. This course will also explore approaches that will help educators to understand what drives student behaviors and self-regulation, as well as challenge them to rethink their educational environments. Closing the gap between research and practice will help our students to think creatively, manage change, and solve complex, open-ended problems. When educators and administrators deliberately integrate an understanding of child and adolescent psychological development with innovative cutting edge strategies to engage students, that impactful change occurs tor the student and the system. Cost: $627 (37.5 PDPs), $912 (3 graduate credits) Monday, Aug 1 - Friday, Aug 5.