Northwest Continuing Education division to offer first online class

nwccelearninglogohorizontalRGBNorthwest’s Continuing Education Division will be offering its first online class this fall, according to Pam Wooten, coordinator of Continuing Education. “Classroom Presentation” will be taught online by Phyllis Johnson, dean of eLearning at Northwest.

In this course, students will learn what teachers need to know about motivational knowledge and how it relates to the classroom. It will also cover the instructional role on dealing with issues that involve motivational concerns and exploring how motivation is important to achievement and important as an outcome. Students can get online anytime to complete the work and listen and watch videos. It will equal to two and one-half hours of work a week, but there will be a deadline to complete assignments.

“We are so excited to be offering our first online class in Continuing Education, and we look forward to offering more in the future,” Wooten said.

The class, which is worth 1.5 continuing education units (CEUs), will begin on Sept. 15 and run through Oct. 20. The fee for the class is $75. The deadline to register is Sept. 11.

The Fall 2014 Continuing Education Guide can be accessed online here.

For information on this and other Continuing Education classes, contact Wooten at 662-562-3349 or email pwooten@northwestms.edu.

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