http://www.asdn.org/alaska-alive-with-father-michael-oleksa/

March 30, 31, & April 1, 2017 – Anchorage, BP Energy Center

with online follow up work due by May 7, 2017.

In Alaska Alive! you will learn about Alaska’s history and the history of education in the state from one of Alaska’s most dynamic presenters. Explore the culture of the Native peoples of Alaska and the connections between the environment and emigrationsThis is a blended learning course. The class begins with three face-to-face sessions with Father Oleksa in Anchorage at the BP Energy Center and is completed online with instructor Sharon Bandle. This course meets the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development requirements for teacher certification in Alaska History and re-certification (APU EDUC 59500, 3 credits) and has been approved in the Anchorage School District’s MLP system. 

More information and online registration>>

http://www.asdn.org/communicating-across-cultures-with-rev-dr-michael-oleska/

May 30, 31, and June 1, 2017 – Anchorage, BP Energy Center

with online follow up work due by July 24, 2017

Join the Rev. Dr. Michael Oleksa, a leader in the development of cross-cultural communication in Alaska and student of Native cultures for Communicating Across Cultures, a three-credit, 500-level multicultural education course this fall. This is a blending learning class and online follow up work is required. This course meets Alaska Department of Education and Early Development requirements for teacher certification and re-certification.  This course has been approved by the Alaska Board of Nursing for continuing education credits.  It has been approved on MLP by the Anchorage School District. Over a thousand Alaskan educators have participated in Father Oleksa’s classes over the last fifteen years.

Click here for more information and online registration.

http://www.asdn.org/7368-2/

June 1, 2 and 3, 2017 – Anchorage, BP Energy Center

with online follow up work due by July 24, 2017.

In Alaska Alive! you will learn about Alaska’s history and the history of education in the state from one of Alaska’s most dynamic presenters. Explore the culture of the Native peoples of Alaska and the connections between the environment and emigrationsThis is a blended learning course. The class begins with three face-to-face sessions with Father Oleksa in Anchorage at the BP Energy Center and is completed online with instructor Sharon Bandle. This course meets the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development requirements for teacher certification in Alaska History and re-certification (APU EDUC 59500, 3 credits) and has been approved in the Anchorage School District’s MLP system. 

More information and online registration>>

http://www.asdn.org/alaska-alive/

Tuition (Tier 1 /Tier 2 Member Districts): $410 / $460

Materials: $110
EDUC 59500 • 3 credits • Alaska Pacific University • Graded A-F
Instructor: Sharon Bandle

Asynchronous class, start anytime!  Participants have a minimum of one month and a maximum of one year to complete the class.

This is a multimedia course that meets EED certification and recertification requirements in Alaska Studies.
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http://www.asdn.org/creating-culturally-responsive-schools/

Tuition (Tier 1 /Tier 2 Member Districts): $410 / $460

Materials: $50
EDUC 59600 • 3 credits • Alaska Pacific University • Graded A-F
Instructor: Doug Penn

Asynchronous class, start anytime!  Participants have a minimum of one month and a maximum of one year to complete the class.
This is a multimedia course that meets EED certification and recertification requirements in Multicultural Education.
Click here for more information and registration »