Michael Mills Workshops - Adminstrative Projects

Admin Elementary Project I 2018-EDU-1075

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Elementary or Secondary certified educators and Administrators would earn 3 graduate-level units of semester credits upon satisfactory completion of 45 hours of related coursework activities through Fresno Pacific University (WASC ACCREDITED). Course credits may be used for Recertification and Salary Advancement upon approval. The focus of the coursework allows participants to develop original, customized classroom materials and/or educational program projects for curriculum or program enhancement. Students may work individually on their own or may collaborate with others with similar interests or assignments.

Admin Elementary Project II 2018-EDU-1076

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Elementary or Secondary certified educators and Administrators would earn 3 graduate-level units of semester credits upon satisfactory completion of 45 hours of related coursework activities through Fresno Pacific University (WASC ACCREDITED). Course credits may be used for Recertification and Salary Advancement upon approval. The focus of the coursework allows participants to develop original, customized classroom materials and/or educational program projects for curriculum or program enhancement. Students may work individually on their own or may collaborate with others with similar interests or assignments.

Admin Elementary Project III 2018-EDU-1077

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Elementary or Secondary certified educators and Administrators would earn 3 graduate-level units of semester credits upon satisfactory completion of 45 hours of related coursework activities through Fresno Pacific University (WASC ACCREDITED). Course credits may be used for Recertification and Salary Advancement upon approval. The focus of the coursework allows participants to develop original, customized classroom materials and/or educational program projects for curriculum or program enhancement. Students may work individually on their own or may collaborate with others with similar interests or assignments.

Admin Secondary Project I 2018-EDU-1078

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Elementary or Secondary certified educators and Administrators would earn 3 graduate-level units of semester credits upon satisfactory completion of 45 hours of related coursework activities through Fresno Pacific University (WASC ACCREDITED). Course credits may be used for Recertification and Salary Advancement upon approval. The focus of the coursework allows participants to develop original, customized classroom materials and/or educational program projects for curriculum or program enhancement. Students may work individually on their own or may collaborate with others with similar interests or assignments.

Admin Secondary Project II 2018-EDU-1079

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Elementary or Secondary certified educators and Administrators would earn 3 graduate-level units of semester credits upon satisfactory completion of 45 hours of related coursework activities through Fresno Pacific University (WASC ACCREDITED). Course credits may be used for Recertification and Salary Advancement upon approval. The focus of the coursework allows participants to develop original, customized classroom materials and/or educational program projects for curriculum or program enhancement. Students may work individually on their own or may collaborate with others with similar interests or assignments.

Admin Secondary Project III 2018-EDU-1080

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Elementary or Secondary certified educators and Administrators would earn 3 graduate-level units of semester credits upon satisfactory completion of 45 hours of related coursework activities through Fresno Pacific University (WASC ACCREDITED). Course credits may be used for Recertification and Salary Advancement upon approval. The focus of the coursework allows participants to develop original, customized classroom materials and/or educational program projects for curriculum or program enhancement. Students may work individually on their own or may collaborate with others with similar interests or assignments.