Enjoy Summer & Earn Graduate Credit

EDUX 9925 : Innovative Curriculum Design

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The Last Day of School is the best!

We all know that your work doesn't end on this day, but the daily stress sure does! If you have big plans to catch up, get organized, & create curriculum this summer AND you need graduate credit, this summer graduate course is for you!

Registration closes on June 30th.

EDUX 9925 : Innovative Curriculum Design

This graduate course is designed to inspire/reward teachers for the work that they complete during the summer. The structure is simple, yet the projects that are completed are meaningful and very useful to the teacher and to the future success of the district and it's students. The Orientation Online has been created for you in place of a face-to-face orientation. This short video will explain the basics of the course and give you a good understanding as to why teachers & administrators love this course.

The Dominican University of California's Summer Curriculum Course, EDUX 9925 Innovative Curriculum Design, is the solution for teachers who spend endless hours in the summer preparing for the upcoming school year. Complete your summer to-do-list AND earn graduate credit.

Earn up to 6 Graduate Credits

#1 : Create Your To-Do List

  • Align Curriculum
  • Clean out files
  • Design Blended Learning Lessons
  • Focus on Learning & Integrating New Programs
  • Or Choose Anything that makes you more effective !

#2 : Complete your Projects & Tasks

Log the hours that you spend working on your project:
  • 50 hours earns 2 graduate credits ($250)
  • 75 hours earns 3 graduate credits ($375)
  • 100 hours earns 4 graduate credits ($495)
  • 125 hours earns 5 graduate credits ($595)
  • 150 hours earns 6 graduate credits ($695)

#3 : Celebrate your Success !

At the end of the summer you will meet locally with a few of your colleagues and a Dominican Instructor to celebrate your accomplishments. This informal meeting is a fun way to show what you have completed during the summer.
EDUX 9925


Lisa Johnson-Bowers

Dominican University of California