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The pace of change being experienced by social service professionals and their clients can be overwhelming without broader perspectives, new methods, and improved practices. If you are interested in taking a class or two to stay on top of your profession, to get to know Wheelock, to earn credits, or just to learn something new, we welcome you to our non-matriculated students program.

(If you're currently an enrolled Wheelock student, please register using the MyWheelock portal.)

Discounts are available for organizations or school districts enrolling groups of students in the same courses. To register a group, please contact Lorie Spencer at 617-879-2376 or lspencer@wheelock.edu.

Highlighted Courses for Spring 2017

Staying connected with practitioners, Wheelock faculty have identified some upcoming graduate-level courses sure to increase the abilities of teachers, social workers, and all those engaging in the challenging, yet rewarding roles of serving others.

These courses may be taken for non-credit/audit professional development or for graduate credit, but you must hold a bachelor's degree to earn graduate credit.

AUT 540 AUTISM: SOCIAL AND COMMUNICATION SUPPORTS

Explore social and communication skills for individuals with autism in multidisciplinary settings. The instructor is an expressive art therapist and DIRFloortime clinician with a wealth of experience. This course is appropriate for classroom teachers, counselors, parents, medical professionals, and speech, physical and occupational therapists.
Instructor: Meghan Montgomery
Dates/times:
Jan. 20, 5-8pm; Jan. 21, 8am-4pm; Feb. 10 5-8pm; Feb. 11, 8am-4pm; April 7, 5-8pm; April 8, 8am-4:30pm
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): For graduate credit (3 credits): $3,160 | For audit/non-credit: $2,110 | Wheelock Voucher holders pay only the $10 registration fee
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HDF 502 INFANT AND TODDLER BEHAVIOR AND DEVELOPMENT

Infant and Toddler Behavior and Development examines the theories, empirical research and practical experience relating to the first three years of life. This course will consider these first years from biological, developmental and ecological frameworks, which include cultural influences, diversity in development and in families, and the progression of development through ages and stages. Course content will reflect theories and research in the major developmental domains: social and emotional, motor, cognitive, and communication within the context that is particular to each child and family. Individual differences in development, growth and learning will be considered. Strategies for observing and documenting development for educational and family support programming will be covered.
Instructor: Catherine Donahue
Dates/times: Jan 23 - May 11, 4-6:30 pm
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): For graduate credit (3 credits): $3,160 | For audit/non-credit: $2,110 | Wheelock Voucher holders pay only the $10 registration fee
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EDU 624 NUMBERS AND OPERATIONS

Explores number theory and computational strategies that illuminate the NCTM Number and Operations content strand as well as MCFM and Common Core Standards. Offers students an opportunity to identify their own misunderstandings and then to build both mathematical content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge. Uses a wide range of physical and virtual number and operation models.
Instructor: Sam Cook
Dates/times: Jan. 5 - Feb. 28, ONLINE ONLY
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): For graduate credit (3 credits): $3,160 | For audit/non-credit: $2,110 | Wheelock Voucher holders pay only the $10 registration fee

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EDU 632 TEACHING AND LEARNING PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Examines the basic concepts of physical science including forces and motion of objects as well as the earth in space. Topics include ancient ideas of motion, Newtonian mechanics and gravity. Introduces the teaching of these concepts in the elementary classroom. Implements hands on at home investigations.
Instructor: Carolin Cardamone
Dates/times: March 3 - April 25, ONLINE ONLY
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): For graduate credit (3 credits): $3,160 | For audit/non-credit: $2,110 | Wheelock Voucher holders pay only the $10 registration fee

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EDU 634 TEACHING AND LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCIENCE

Examines the role of inquiry in science teaching and learning using some basic concepts of physical science including properties of materials and motion of objects. Engages students in at-home inquiry investigations with liquids, states of matter, and force and motion. Introduces issues related to teaching and learning in elementary classrooms.
Instructor: Jeff Winokur
Dates/times: Jan. 5 - Feb. 28, ONLINE ONLY
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): For graduate credit (3 credits): $3,160 | For audit/non-credit: $2,110 | Wheelock Voucher holders pay only the $10 registration fee

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EDU 636 SCIENCE INQUIRY IN ACTION

Addresses the teaching of inquiry-based science in elementary classrooms. Begins with review of inquiry in life and physical science and asks participants to apply knowledge of science concepts addressed in previous courses to the development of appropriate learning experiences in the elementary classroom. Pre-requisites EDU 634 and either EDU 630 or EDU 632.
Instructor: Jeff Winokur
Dates/times: March 2 - April 25, ONLINE ONLY
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): For graduate credit (3 credits): $3,160 | For audit/non-credit: $2,110 | Wheelock Voucher holders pay only the $10 registration fee

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