Students develop effective communication skills for use in workplace settings through practical activities and exercises. Focuses on communication with co-workers, supervisors, and customers. Students learn to organize and express ideas, deliver oral presentations to different audiences, and work with others to make decisions and solve problems. Examines the role each individual plays in the effectiveness of an organization and the importance of communication for individual professional development. Recommended prior learning: college-level reading and writing skills. 05/22/2018-08/07/2018 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCcv Online Class, Room ONL
This course introduces the student to Early Childhood Education and the way an emergent curriculum can enhance the development of the whole child. The instruction in this course offers a study of developmentally appropriate pedagogy as well as the history and philosophical foundations of Early Childhood Education. The course introduces students to a curriculum and environmental design process that is responsive to the needs and interests of children and where children learn through play and exploration. 05/22/2018-08/07/2018 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCcv Online Class, Room ONL
This course is designed to introduce the student to the world of microcomputers. The course focuses on software. In particular, the student will learn to use Windows, and Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, Power Point and Access), the Internet (e-mail and World Wide Web software) and elementary web page design. By the end of the course, the student will be able to write documents, create and use spread sheets, develop graphic presentations, have a basic understanding of relational data bases, access the Internet, send e-mail, and create their own web page. 06/26/2018-08/07/2018 Intensive Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCcv Online Class, Room ONL