Below you will find the current coures offerings listed by semeseter and then alphabetically by department. If you have any questions about these courses, please contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com or 617-521-2111.
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Summer 2014 Course Schedule - Updated Hourly
Grad Esl Education
TESL 417 - Sheltered English Instruction
Successful completion of this course can qualify you for Massachusetts Sheltered English Instruction (SEI) Endorsement. For pre-service teachers in core subject areas, the course will build your skills, confidence, and familiarity with research-proven practices for working with English Language Learner (ELL) students. You will cover the social, cultural, familial, and academic factors that affect learning. You will learn strategies for sheltering content for ELLs and, using WIDA language standards, you will explore the link between oral language and student learning of academic language and literacy skills. This course was created for candidates working toward their first initial teaching license in a core subject area and is not intended for incumbent, already-licensed teachers.
|01|| 05/17/2014 |
| Saturday |
| 08:30AM- |
| N/A |
|Agnieszka M. Bourret||Open||18||No||4.00|
|02|| 07/16/2014 - |
| Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday || 08:30AM- |
|N/A||Kellie M. Jones||Open||17||No||4.00|
|06|| 04/30/2014 - |
| Wednesday || 05:00PM- |
|N/A||Anne Abigail Niemi||Open||30||No||4.00|
College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Programs
- 2012-2014 Undergraduate Front (355k PDF)
- 2012-2014 Undergraduate Programs A-E (818k PDF)
- 2012-2014 Undergraduate Programs F-Z (872k PDF)
- 2012-2014 Undergraduate Back (244k PDF)
College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies
- 2012-2014 Graduate Course Catalog (622k PDF)
Graduate Schools Course Catalogs
Here are the course catalog pages for Simmons graduate programs:
- Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- School of Health Sciences
- School of Management
- School of Social Work
Please note: Simmons College and its Graduate Schools make every effort to ensure that the information contained in their catalogs is accurate and complete. Occasionally, however, changes are made and mistakes are discovered after the catalog has been placed online. Degree requirements may also change because of changes in curriculum, accreditation standards or legal requirements.
If you have questions about a program, especially with regard to the course or training requirements for a particular degree, we encourage you to be in contact with the Dean of the School, the director of the program, or the chairman of the relevant department for definitive information.