Each day features dynamic keynote speakers in a large-group format for all institute participants
Registration and refreshments will begin at 7:30 am each day outside of Jamrich Hall Lecture Room 101. Keynotes will begin promptly by 8:15 am. After the daily keynote, AIE participants will proceed to their individual classes in Jamrich Hall for the rest of the day and Ed Leadership participants will proceed to the MEAD auditorium of Seaborg Science Center.AIE Flyer AIE Course Matrix
22nd ANNUAL ACTION IN EDUCATION SUMMER INSTITUTE (AEI)
AEI participants may select from a number of classes that run for all four days (two credits*) and classes that run two days (one credit*). State Board Continuing Education Units (SBCEU’s) are offered through MARESA. Contact Betty Burke-Coduti at 906-226-5131 for more information.
SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP I & II
The Educational Leadership Institute is designed to bring current and aspiring school administrators together to discuss educational issues in school administration and leadership. School administrators and teachers who are interested in becoming administrators are encouraged to attend. 2011 Educational Leadership Timeline
After registering for credit*, complete the Educational Leadership form and mail it along with your payment to the address indicated on the form.
*NOTE: If you have never taken a graduate course at NMU, you will need to complete a Graduate Application for Admission. You may apply on line at: http://www.nmu.edu/graduate_studies/ (Click on “How to Apply”) or call the Graduate Studies office at 906-227-2300.
Once you are admitted, you may register for the institute on line at: mynmu.nmu.edu. First time users will need to find their Username and create a password. This can be done by clicking on the tab “MyUser,” and selecting the “New User” line. You can also register over the phone by calling the Student Services Center at 906-227-1221.
A word about NMU college credits and SBCEU's
NMU credits: New teachers with a provisional certificate working toward their professional certificate are required to complete 18 college credits over an 8-9 year period. 4 of the 18 credits may be 900 level classes, typically titled 989s.
SBCEUs/900 level: Teachers with a professional certificate may take any combination. All teachers with a professional certificate are required to complete 6 credits every 5 years to maintain certification.
Nancy E. Carter, Certification Counselor, NMU School of Education email@example.com 227-1625