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  • ESL Endorsement (Cohort 2019-20)

    Central Utah Educational Services (CUES), in partnership with Northeastern Utah Educational Services (NUES), Southeast Educational Service Center (SESC), Southwest Educational Development Center (SEDC), and Southern Utah University is sponsoring an ESL Educator Endorsement Program beginning on September 3, 2019.  All rural educators are eligible to participate. Others may participate on a space available basis.
     
    To have your name placed on the wait list for the ESL Endorsement go to this registration link. This will place you on a wait list if a spot opens.  You will not receive an email to register unless a spot opens.  Your name and email will be kept to notify you of future ESL cohorts.
     
    Cost per class is $200.00 payable to CUES
     
    The course schedule is as follows:
     
    • EESL 5300
      1. Foundations of Bilingual/ESL Instruction (September 3 - October 8, 2019) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Tuesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Stacey Peterson
      5. Required Text: The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Lessow-Hurley, J. (2012). Foundation of Dual Language Instruction (6th ed.). New York: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. ISBN#13: 978-0132685160 
       
      EESL 5310
      1. Understanding Language Acquisition and Cognition (October 15 - November 19, 2019) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Tuesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individual emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Kellie Bringhurst
      5. Required Text: The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Freeman, D.E., & Freeman, Y. S. (2011). Between Worlds: Access to Second Language Acquisition (3rd Edition). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. ISBN: 0-325-03088-X
       
      EESL 5320
      1. Assessment for a Diverse Linguistic Population (January 7 - February 11, 2020) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Tuesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Cris Labrum
      5. Required Text: The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Herrera, S. G., Morales-Cabral, R., & Murry, K. G. (2013). ​Assessment accommodations for classroom teachers of culturally and linguistically diverse students, 2nd ed.​ Boston, MA: Pearson. ISBN-10: 0132853353 or ISBN-13: 9780132853354
       
      EESL 5330
      1. Methods and Materials for the Bilingual/ESL Classroom (February 18 - March 24, 2020) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Tuesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Stacey Peterson
      5. Required Text: The following text is ​required​. You are strongly encouraged to purchase the ​e-text of the latest edition​; it comes with access to videos and supplemental material only available online. It can be ordered on your own, or through the SUU Bookstore by calling 435-586-7995 or emailing them at ​This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

        Peregoy, S.F. & Boyle, O.F. (2017). ​Reading, writing, and learning in ESL: A resource book for teaching K-12 English learners (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.
       
      EESL 5340
      1. Integrating Language Acquisition into Content Instruction (September 1 - October 6, 2020) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Tuesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Kellie Bringhurst
      5. Required Text: The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Echevarría, J., Vogt, M., & Short, D. (2013). Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners – The SIOP Model, 4th edition. Boston, MA: Pearson Education. ISBN-10: 0132689723 or ISBN-13: 9780132689724
       
      EESL 5350
      1. Family/Parent Involvement in Education Programs (October 13 - November 17, 2020) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Tuesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Cris Labrum
      5. Required Text: The following text is required. You are strongly encouraged to purchase the e-text; it comes with access to videos and supplemental material only available online. It can be ordered on your own, or through the SUU Bookstore by calling 435-586-7995 or emailing them at ​This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.​.

        Grant, K., & Ray, Julie. (2016). Home, school, and community collaboration: Culturally responsive family engagement (3r​ d​ or 4t​ h​ ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
       
    • EESL 5310

      1. Understanding Language Acquisition and Cognition (September 4 - October 9, 2019) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Wednesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually sent
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted in Canvas
      4. Instructor: Kellie Bringhurst
      5. Required Text:

        Freeman, D.E., & Freeman, Y. S. (2011). Between Worlds: Access to Second Language Acquisition (3rd Edition). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. ISBN: 0-325-03088-X

      EESL 5300

      1. Foundations of Bilingual/ESL Instruction (October 16 - November 20, 2019)  3 Credits, IVC face to face Wednesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted when the course becomes active
      4. Instructor: Stacey Peterson
      5. Required Text: The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Lessow-Hurley, J. (2012). ​Foundation of Dual Language Instruction​ (6t​ h​ ed.). New York: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. ISBN#13: 978-0132685160

      EESL 5330

      1. Methods and Materials for the Bilingual/ESL Classroom (January 8 - February 12, 2020)  3 Credits, IVC face to face Wednesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted when the course becomes active
      4. Instructor: Stacey Peterson
      5. Required Text: The following text is ​required​. You are strongly encouraged to purchase the ​e-text of the latest edition​; it comes with access to videos and supplemental material only available online. It can be ordered on your own, or through the SUU Bookstore by calling 435-586-7995 or emailing them at ​This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

        Peregoy, S.F. & Boyle, O.F. (2017). ​Reading, writing, and learning in ESL: A resource book for teaching K-12 English learners (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.

      EESL 5320

      1. Assessment for a Diverse Linguistic Population  (February 19 - March 25, 2020) 3 Credits, IVC face to face Wednesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted when the course becomes active
      4. Instructor: Cris Labrum
      5. Required Text:  The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Herrera, S. G., Morales-Cabral, R., & Murry, K. G. (2013). ​Assessment accommodations for classroom teachers of culturally and linguistically diverse students, 2nd ed.​ Boston, MA: Pearson. ISBN-10: 0132853353 or ISBN-13: 9780132853354 

      EESL 5350

      1. Family/Parent Involvement in Education Programs (September 2 - October 7, 2020)3 Credits, IVC face to face Wednesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: (All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted when the course becomes active
      4. Instructor: Cris Labrum
      5. Required Text: The following text is required. You are strongly encouraged to purchase the e-text; it comes with access to videos and supplemental material only available online. It can be ordered on your own, or through the SUU Bookstore by calling 435-586-7995 or emailing them at ​This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.​.

        Grant, K., & Ray, Julie. (2016). Home, school, and community collaboration: Culturally responsive family engagement (3r​ d​ or 4t​ h​ ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      EESL 5340

      1. Integrating Language Acquisition into Content Instruction (October 14 - November 18, 2020)  3 Credits, IVC face to face Wednesday Evenings 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 24 Hours of Canvas on-line instruction plus assignments, and 6 hours Practical/Field experience.
      2. Online Registration and Payment Instructions: All instructions for registration and payment will be individually emailed
      3. Syllabus: Will be posted when the course becomes active
      4. Instructor: Kellie Bringhurst
      5. Required Text: The text is an integral part of this class. Please have the book by the first class.

        Echevarría, J., Vogt, M., & Short, D. (2013). Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners – The SIOP Model, 4th edition. Boston, MA: Pearson Education. ISBN-10: 0132689723 or ISBN-13: 9780132689724

       For more information call: (435) 896-4469 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

       

     
     
  • SPED 5030 Registration and Payment Instructions

    SUU PARTICIPANT INSTRUCTIONS (Online Payment)

     

    The course “Introduction to Special Education” has been approved as SPED 5030 491 for 3 credit/s, costing $300 for SUU fees.  Submit your $300 to SUU through your portal, unless directed to you by the instructor or coordinator.Please note that you have one week from the first day of the course to pay your course fee of $300, or you will be automatically dropped from the course!

    *Registration closes for this course at 11:59pm on 09/09/2020! Do not wait till the last day to start the process or you will not get into the course!

    Please allow at least one week before the start of class to apply to SUU, activate your portal, and register for the class.


    All participants read this first–

    • If you are new to SUU, never taken 5000 level courses with us before, or never registered online with us before please begin at step 1. This includes those who have been to SUU for anything other than continuing education courses as the admissions process is different.
    • If you have taken courses with SUU for credit before at the 5000 level AND registered online, AND know your “mySUU” portal login and password, proceed to step 3 and register for your course. If you get any registrations errors go back to Step 1 and reapply.  If you have any further problems, please contact K12 inservice atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
    • If you have taken courses with SUU for credit before at the 5000 level AND registered online in the past two semesters you can move on to Step 3 and register. If you don’t remember your password you can look to the end of the instructions on how to reset your password.

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    STEP 1:  Apply to SUU

    1. Go to suu.edu
    2. Select “Apply” (top right)
    3. Find “Continuing Education”
    4. Click Select year. Select Fall 2020
    5. Provide information in each tab as directed on the screen
    6. Select “Submit Application”
    7. You will see the following message “Thank you for your application to Southern Utah University K12 Development Programs. Please contact our office at 435.865-8085 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.if you have questions or need assistance.” - select “ok” (it is not necessary to contact the K12 office)
    8. You will get an email message thanking you for your application – please wait 2 days, and then proceed to step 2 to activate your portal. *You don’t need a Tnumber or an acceptance email to move onto Step 2.

     STEP 2:  Activate your SUU portal

    1. Go to suu.edu
    2. Select “mySUUportal” (upper left hand corner)
    3. Select “Activate your account now” in the bottom right hand part of the login screen right below the green login button.
    4. Put in the email address you used in your application, check the “I’m not a robot” box, and select “Go”
    5. Open the email from SUU and then select “Finish Your Account Activation”
    6. Choose a security question and answer it – select “continue”Read the “acceptable use policy” statement, select the box under “I Agree”, and then select “continue”
    7. Enter a password and verify it. Select “Continue”
    8. See “Your account has been Successfully activated”
    9. The system will send you an email with your username and Tnumber.

    STEP 3:  You will need to register for the class using the following CRN 33119

    1.  Go to suu.edu
    2. Select “mySUUportal” (upper left hand corner)
    3. Select “Student Menu” in the Banner Box (Bottom left)
    4. Select “Registration”
    5. Select “Register for Classes”
    6. Select the semester _Fall_ 2020
    7. Select “Continue”
    8. Select the “Enter CRN” at the top of the page
    9. Enter the CRN 33119
    10. Select “Add to Summary”
    11. You will have a screen pop up titled, “Confirm Your Dates”
    12. In the first box date put the date that is below the “Permitted Date” by using the calendar pull down. DO NOT PUT AN END DATE. These dates may not always correspond with your real course dates. They are formatted for how we need to build the course on our end.
    13. Click Confirm
    14. Click Submit at the very bottom of the screen

    *If you get an error make sure you take a screenshot and send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Sometimes the error can be a temporary glitch and if you refresh your browser and try again it may go through.

    STEP 4: Pay for Credit

    1. Go to suu.edu
    2. Select “mySUUportal” (upper left hand corner)
    3. Click on the balance highlighted in Green (upper right hand corner) and follow prompts to pay for your course fee.

     

    *Please note that you have one week from the first day of the course to pay your course fee of $300, or you will be automatically dropped from the course!

     


     

    If you forgot your password please follow these instructions to reset it to get into your portal.

    Reset your Password

    1. Go to www.suu.edu
    2. Click “mySUU portal” (upper left hand corner)
    3. Click on “Forgot username or Password?”
    4. Enter the email you used when you applied or enter the answer to your security question (if you have forgotten the answer to your security question, you will have to contact the IT Help desk) - or if you have never used the system then choose a security question and an answer
    5. Read the disclaimer. Click the “I agree” box and then click “submit”
    6. Confirm your password and click “submit”
    7. It will then display a screen that says, “Your account has been successfully activated.  It will give you your user name and your Tnumber (your password was the one you entered previously) – print this out for safe keeping.

    If this doesn't work, please contact our IT help desk at 435-865-8200

    Viewing/ordering your Transcript

    Please follow these steps to view your unofficial transcript(it is highly advisable that you check your SUU portal for your unofficial transcript prior to ordering a transcript - checking off that you would like to make sure that your semester grades are processed is not a guarantee that the transcript will include all grades):

    1. Go to www.suu.edu
    2. Select “mySUUportal” (upper left hand corner)
    3. Select “Student Menu” in the Banner Box (Bottom left)
    4. Select “Student Records”
    5. Select “Academic Transcript”
    6. Select which “Transcript Level” you would like to see (“All Levels” will show you all your credits)
    7. Select “Submit”
    8. View your unofficial transcript to make sure all courses, grades and credits are listed correctly.

    Please follow these steps to order your transcript:

    1. Access your SUU Portal
    2. After gaining access to the portal, you will see a gray box on the right side of the screen titled, “Resources”. Select “Order Transcripts”.
    3. Follow the instructions on the screen and be sure to use the correct address for any institution

    If you have any questions any of these instructions please contact K12 inservice at 435/865-8085 orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Emails will be the most efficient method of communication. If you call with an error we may end up sending you information or needing information through an email.


    Dropping the course

    Before the course starts

    If you need to drop the course before the course starts you should be able to drop yourself in the same screen you registered in. Instead of registered click the drop down box and select web dropped.

    If this is the only course you are enrolled in you will need to emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be dropped

    After the course starts

    Please refer to the policies document you should’ve received with these instructions. If you drop more than a week after the first day of the course you will receive a ‘W’ on your transcripts. For more information read the policies document.