Goucher's summer teachers institute begins June 24

May 05, 1991

Goucher College's Teachers Institute summer workshops are scheduled June 24 to Aug. 1. The four-day workshops are held Mondays to Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and are designed to meet the needs of teachers, supervisors, support personnel and administrators.

Included in the course selection this summer are the following:

*Computer courses: Computer Literacy for Teachers; Introducing Basic Programming for Educators; Using Computers to Individualize Instruction; Computer Graphics for Teachers: An Introduction.

*Basic skills: Teaching Students Functional Writing Skills; Creative Strategies to Teach Math; Individualizing Reading Instruction.

*Special topics: The Law: Teachers' and Students' Rights; Teaching Students with Exceptional Needs; Instruction for the Dyslexic Student; Helping Students Acquire Self-Discipline; Educating Students with Emotional Disabilities; Developing a Creative Classroom; Teaching Students with Behavior Problems; Effective School Administration.

Tuition for each course is $315. The Teachers Institute of Goucher College grants three graduate credits to participants who satisfactorily complete each course.

For a brochure, more information, or to register, call the Goucher Center for Continuing Studies at 337-6200.

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Dundalk Community College is offering "Contemporary Themes in Literature (Jack London)" during Summer Session I.

Beginning June 4, the 10-week advanced English course will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:25 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. on the DCC campus. While evaluating the context and craft of selected novels and short stories by London, students may discover much about themselves and the American culture as a whole.

For information or to request a Summer 1991 course schedule, call Dundalk Community College at 295-9800.

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The College of Notre Dame of Maryland is now accepting reservations for summer camps for boys and girls, ages 5 to 12, and sports camps for girls ages 10 to 14. All camps will be held on the CND campus, 4701 N. Charles Street.

Camp Notre Dame, a program of summertime activities for younger children, will offer three sessions: June 17 to July 5; July 8-26; July 29 to Aug. 16. Included in the daily schedule are swimming, sports, crafts, nature activities, field trips and special events. For information, call 532-5548 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

For girls ages 10-14, the three sports camps are: lacrosse, July 22-26; field hockey, July 29 to Aug. 2; soccer, Aug. 5-9. Through drills and tactics sessions, video reviews, scrimmages and competitions, all camps will stress teamwork, game strategies and good sportsmanship. For information, call 532-3588.

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Dundalk Community College will again offer a variety of summer classes. New and returning students are encouraged to take advantage of DCC's open registration, when students can choose from among more than 100 credit or non-credit daytime or evening courses leading to associate in arts degrees or certificates.

Open registration will be held Wednesday and Thursday, May 22 and 23, for DCC's 10-week Summer I, and Wednesday, May 29, for the concentrated six-week Summer II. Students can register in person from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the lobby of the college's Administration Building.

Students registering for Summer I can also take advantage of the college's tuition payment plan, whereby half the tuition is due the day of registration with the remaining balance due by June 21.

Full tuition is due at the time of registration for Summer II students. Students may choose cash, check, money order or credit card payment options during open registration.

Late registration will be held May 29 for Summer I and June 19 for Summer II. Summer I classes begin Thursday, May 30, and Summer II classes begin Thursday, June 20. For a course schedule or additional registration information contact the Registrar's Office, Dundalk Community College, at 285-9800.

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Students at Lansdowne High School are finding success in an unusual learning and personal/career development program called STEP-BY-STEP. The program for technical career preparation was created in 1986 as a cooperative effort of Catonsville Community College, Lansdowne High School, and several businesses in Baltimore County.

CCC provides faculty advisement, field trips and special events for students participating in the program. The STEP-BY-STEP program includes tours of business and industrial sites, visits to college classes, incentive stipends and career exploration.

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