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Online Courses Offered for Wisconsin Teaching License

MARCH 24, 2006-- Out-of-state teachers applying for a Wisconsin teaching license can complete minor certifications deficiencies through online courses designed by the University of Wisconsin-River Falls that meet the Department of Public Instruction requirements. All online students pay Wisconsin tuition, regardless of residency.

Cooperatives for Teachers examines the basic structure and historical development of cooperatives and the range of activities in which cooperatives are involved. This class is offered June 5 - 30 and is available as a graduate-level course.

Conflict Resolution addresses methods of resolving conflicts between pupils. School staff offers tools for dealing with crises including violent or disruptive situations that may arise in school or at school activities. This class is offered June 19 – July 28, and can be taken at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Wisconsin Native American Tribal Sovereignty presents an overview of Native American peoples and culture in Wisconsin and Minnesota from pre-contact through the near present. This class is offered June 19 – July 28 and can be taken at the undergraduate or graduate level.

The University of Wisconsin - River Falls Outreach and Graduate Studies Office provides lifelong learners with academic and professional development programs that are practical, flexible, convenient and affordable. A complete list of courses, course descriptions and admission information is available at http:/www.uwrf.edu/ogs or can be obtained by calling 715-425-3256, 1-800-228-5607 or e-mailing outreach@uwrf.edu.

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