Graduate Online STEM Course for Teachers
CET 692 Special Topics: Inclusive STEM Instruction (2 credits)
Dakota State University invites you to participate in a special offering of a graduate course on STEM education this spring for teachers taught by Associate Professor, Jennifer Nash.
This course will emphasize methods associated with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for teachers of grades K-8, with special emphasis on creating inclusive environments for students with special needs. This course is entirely online, and runs January 9 – May 5. Register now by completing the form below and returning to Jennifer.Mees@dsu.edu of the DSU Registrar’s Office. If you are a current student from another SD Board of Regents School, you can register via WebAdvisor.
Student testimonies about the course:
- “This was a great course. It gave some great ideas and allowed for self-exploration for our own ideas.”
- “I have implemented a lot of the things I have learned into my own classroom and my students have also loved it! I can’t wait to continue using these technology and STEM pieces in the future!”
- “I thought this was a great course, it forced me to implement STEM ideas into my lessons sooner that I would’ve if I had not taken the class. Questions were answered by the professor in a timely manner.”
For questions, please contact Jennifer Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org