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51 UNI to offer 'administration of special education' in Marshalltown
Public Relations News Release 1986:164, p.1
1/12/1987 A course designed for school administrators was held in Iowa Valley Community College, as instructed by Professor Bill Callahan. Participants were prepared for planning programs in special education, and selecting appropriate instructional materials.
52 UNI to offer two courses in Clear Lake
Public Relations News Release 1986:163, p.1
1/12/1987 Professors Charles Dedrick, and Donna Raschke lead courses on instructional psychology, and practices for handicapped children. The courses were held in Clear Lake, and were sponsored by the Office of Continuing Education.
53 UNI to offer workshop on writing and reading in New Hampton
Public Relations News Release 1986:162, p.1
1/12/1987 A workshop on instructing writing to K-8 students was held in New Hampton Elementary School through the Office of Continuing Education. Participants were taught how to instruct revision, elaboration, and peer editing skills to their students.
54 Industrial tech course to be offered in Ankeny
Public Relations News Release 1986:161, p.1
1/9/1987 A course on the development, principles, and practices of adult education was held in the Des Moines Area Community College. The course was instructed by Professor Jack Reed, and was sponsored by the Office of Continuing Education and Special Programs.
55 Teaching of reading and language arts to be offered in Grinnell
Public Relations News Release 1986:159, p.1
1/9/1987 A course on recognizing students with learning disabilities, and selecting specific teaching methods for instructing them on language arts, was held in Davis Elementary Library. The course was worth three semester hours, and was instructed by Judy Moser.
56 UNI to offer 'reading in the content area' course in Atlantic
Public Relations News Release 1986:160, p.1
1/9/1987 A course on the evaluation of reading demands for secondary and elementary reading teachers was held in Atlantic High School. Professor Ned Ratekin instructed the course, which was sponsored by the Office of Continuing Education and Special Programs.
57 UNI to offer industrial tech course in Spencer
Public Relations News Release 1986:157, p.1
1/9/1987 A course on the history and philosophy of vocational education was held in Spencer High School for two graduate credit hours. It covered the development, principles, and practices of adult education. The class was instructed by Professor Tony Favre.
58 UNI to offer two courses at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge
Public Relations News Release 1986:155, p.1
1/9/1987 The first course hosted by the Iowa Central Community College covers methods of education research, and is instructed by Professor Gordon Rhum. The second covers special education and home schooling, instructed by Professor Linda Gleissner.
59 UNI to offer two courses at NITI in Calmar
Public Relations News Release 1986:156, p.1
1/9/1987 The first course held at the Northern Iowa Technical Institute covered literature based composition, and was instructed by Professor Jeanne Harms. The second covered the use of Piaget's theory in teaching science, instructed by Professor Cherin Lee.
60 UNI to offer two courses in Manchester
Public Relations News Release 1986:158, p.1
1/9/1987 The first of two courses held in West Delaware Middle School dealt with adapting teaching methods for students with learning disabilities. The second dealt with the experience that students require to grasp the basic principles of arithmetic.
61 UNI tour combines business study, European travel, May 18-June 4
Public Relations News Release 1986:153, p.1
1/8/1987 The School of Business and the Office of Continuing Education and Special Programs sponsored the International Business Study Tour. Participants took a tour with Professor Robert Wyatt across Europe to visit foreign government agencies and corporations.
62 Off-campus learners can take advantage of UNI telecourse offerings
Public Relations News Release 1986:501, p.1
8/8/1986 Telecourses are offered through Office of Continuing Education. Eight courses were broadcast in thirty to sixty minute seminars over Iowa Public Television; covering philosophy, history, psychology, business, writing, sociology, and cultural studies.
63 UNI to offer church organists training program: interviews begin Aug. 23
Public Relations News Release 1986:492, p.1
7/29/1986 The "Church Organists Training Program" was a series of non-credit lessons on organ techniques and accompaniment skills. It was sponsored by the School of Music, and instructed by Professor Kratzenstein as well as two church organists from Mason City.
64 Informational meeting for UNI international study tour to Munich, Paris, London is March 11
Public Relations News Release 1986:260, p.1
2/13/1986 The eighteen day tour is offered for three hours of college credit; one of two tour itineraries may be chosen.
65 UNI to Offer Moped Certification Course
Public Relations News Release 1985:82, p.1
10/15/1985 UNI is offering a class, taught by Ivan Eland, for people who would like a moped license.
66 Lux Service Award Winners to be Honored During UNI Homecoming Festivities
Public Relations News Release 1985:75, p.1
10/10/1985 Peggy Gohlinghorst and Gregory Pittam received the Lux Service Medallion; states all the activities of the four finalists.
67 UNI Faculty and Staff Find Challenge, Growth in National Faculty Exchange Program
Public Relations News Release 1985:29, p.1
9/11/1985 The National Faculty exchange program allows UNI professors to go to other college and experience a new environment.
68 UNI to offer church organists training program: interviews begin Sept. 14
Public Relations News Release 1985:3, p.1
8/21/1985 Private lessons and a workshop are available to learn the basic organ skills and can lead to a certificate of achievement.


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