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Video Courses for Teachers

Fall Registration Period: July 1 - November 30, 2018

Drake University Continuing Education & Professional Development partners with Quality Educational Programs, Inc. to provide graduate credit courses in a video correspondence format. You may enroll in a maximum of 12 credit hours in one semester.

Always check in advance to make sure you can use the credit from these courses in the manner you wish. Most use credit from QEP courses for:

  • Renewal of teaching certificates. 
  • Advancement on local salary schedules. 
  • Elective credits in graduate degree programs (check in advance with your advisor).

In an effort to improve services to our students, registrations for QEP courses are now being taken by Drake University. Click on the title of the course in which you would like to register. This will take you to our online registration system. You will need to create a username and password to enroll. You will use this same system to upload your completed coursework. Please call 1-800-76-TEACH (1-800-768-3224 option 1) if you have any questions. You may also click the following link for coursework upload information: Course Upload Information

Course Listing by Content Area

Classroom Management and Discipline

Teaching Students Responsible Behavior (EDMA 160)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Teaching Students Responsible Behavior II: Social-Emotional Learning (EDMA 268)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Dealing with Discipline Problems (EDMA 163)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

The Classroom of Choice: Managing the Learning Environment (EDMA 267)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiation and Literacy: Teaching Reading and Writing (EDMA 266)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

An Introduction to Differentiation (EDMA 264)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Differentiated Assessment Strategies (EDMA 263)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: Meeting the Diverse Needs of Students (EDMA 262)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Inclusion

Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (EDMA 261)
(This all-new course replaces "Teaching Students with Special Needs: Inclusion Strategies for the Classroom Teacher (EDEX 164))
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Teaching Strategies

Making Learning Meaningful: Every Student Can Succeed (EDMA 169)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Improving Student Achievement (EDMA 166)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
Partner: Quality Educational Programs, Inc.
DVD Format

Enhancing Instruction: Teaching in the Quality Classroom (EDMA 161)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Motivation and Learning: Cooperation and the Quality Classroom (EDMA 162)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Responsibility and Relationships

Responsibility, Respect, and Relationships: Creating Emotionally Safe Classrooms (EDMA 167)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Teaching in the 21st Century: New Solutions to New Problems (EDMA 165)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Parental Support

Gaining Parental Support: Strategies for Building Home-School Partnerships (EDMA 168)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Professional Portfolios

Creating a Professional Portfolio: Showcasing Your Teaching Strengths (EDMA 265)
SYLLABUS
3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
DVD Format

Text Information: Textbooks are not included in the price of the course. Students are responsible for ordering their own texts. 

Technology Requirements: A personal computer or laptop (coursework is not compatible with mobile devices such as tablets and cell phones), Microsoft Word, a DVD player, and a personal e-mail address (school e-mails are not recommended, due to school district firewalls).

Important Transcript Information: Your official Drake University transcript will list your course and grade in the semester in which you enrolled, not the semester in which your coursework was submitted/graded.

At this time we cannot accept registrations from the following: Washington D.C.

Expedited Grading

The Drake Distance Learning Center does offer expedited grading. We will grade your materials and report a letter grade to our Registrar within 5 business days after receipt of your course work in our Distance Learning Center. The expedited grading fee is $90.00 per course. Follow the directions for the expedite process when you submit your coursework through (formerly known as ABC Sign-Up) Learning Stream.
More information about transcripts are available at this link: http://www.drake.edu/registrar/transcripts/.

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