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CaseNEX is pleased to partner with the Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit — IU5 to Offer Act 48 hours for all PA Teachers.

Act 48 and Graduate Courses

Through CaseNEX courses, educators are exposed to the latest research regarding content knowledge and instructional strategies. The convenience of an online course means that time spent commuting to class and money spent on gas are reduced. Participants collaborate with peers and receive instructor feedback from the comfort of their home. All materials and assignments are accessed and completed online. Courses are 8 weeks in length, and easy to integrate into a busy schedule. You may choose to enroll in a course for three graduate credits or Act 48 hours.

Learn more about our course requirements:  8 session

The courses include multimedia cases with video of actual classrooms, students, teachers and administrators. Cases also include critical perspectives of leading education faculty from across the country, as well as student work samples and teacher lesson plans. The cases are "slices of life" that bring learning alive and form a realistic connection between professional development and the complex school environment. Case method learning encourages participants to reflect on what works, to collaborate on the design of solutions to instructional challenges, and to put theory into practice.

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Graduate Credit Information

CaseNEX is proud to now offer graduate credit through our preferred graduate credit partner—Hampton University. Rich in history, steeped in tradition, Hampton is a progressive institution of higher education. Hampton University is an SACS-accredited university with a nationally recognized education program that has been accredited by NCATE and is leading the state of Virginia in many educational initiatives. Hampton University is nestled along the banks of the Virginia Peninsula, near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.

When applying for graduate credit, you must submit your paperwork by the third week of your course.

Students who are applying for graduate credit with Hampton for the first time will need to pay a one-time, non-refundable application fee of $50. This fee will be paid directly to Hampton and must be paid when applying online (via secure server) at the time of submission of the online application. Follow instructions found here to apply to Hampton.


Costs

Course costs are listed below and refund information can be found on our FAQs page. For additional information, contact info@casenex.com. Payment must be received before the course start date. You may pay online or by check. Please make checks payable to CaseNEX, LLC and mail to: CaseNEX, LLC, 105 West Main Street, #3, Charlottesville, VA 22902.

Course participants must create a username and Password for CourseWhere so that the Act 48 hours can be reported to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Instructions). Pennsylvania educators need to have your PPID. Click here for instructions on how to get your PPID.

$450 per seat for Act 48 hours

$799 per seat for 3 Graduate Credits from Langston University.

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Course List

Below is a list of our current course offerings. Fill in the form to register for a course and we will contact you approximately one week before the start of the course with login instructions. View a complete list of course descriptions.


June 25, 2014 – July 26, 2014
 •  Transcripts available December 2014


Science Technology Integration
Standards and Assessment
Models and Strategies for Teaching the Gifted
Introduction to Curriculum for the Gifted
Assessment and Measurement of the Gifted
Spanning the Spectrum: Differentiating Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom


September 3, 2014 – November 1, 2014
 •  Transcripts available December 2014


ESOL and Multicultural Education Issues
Designing and Assessing Technology-Enhanced Lessons
Models and Strategies for Teaching the Gifted
Introduction to Curriculum for the Gifted
Literacy Instruction for At-Risk Students
Growing Words: Enlivening Vocabulary
Differentiating Instruction for the Gifted
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act


January 28, 2015 – March 28, 2015
 •  Transcripts available May 2015


Secondary Math Methods
Technology in Schools
Models and Strategies for Teaching the Gifted
Introduction to Curriculum for the Gifted
Special Populations of Gifted Learners
Reading to Learn: Fluency and Comprehension


April 15, 2015 – June 13, 2015
 •  Transcripts available August 2015


Methods and Materials for Teaching ESOL
Elementary Science Methods
Spanning the Spectrum: Differentiating Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom
Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners
Introduction to the Gifted and Talented
The Special Learner: An Introduction
Assessment and Measurement of Gifted Learners


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