Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts North Adams, Massachusetts
Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Inc.
Stuart Schwartzman, Ed.D.
203.613.7948 106 Dry Hill Rd. Norwalk 06851
“The Greening of the American Classroom” our next MCLA three graduate credit online course starts Saturday March 19. There are seven new Spring 2022 courses (below) on the schedule. Of course, you may register for any of them beginning after the listed starting date. We hope you will be able to integrate our 3 credit courses into your schedule to allow your salary to better reflect your considerable efforts. We will keep the Summer and Fall 2021 Schedule (below) open as well.
Our MCLA (Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts) online courses are presented to mirror our in-class experience driven sessions. Of course, instead of physically visiting museums and local attractions we will visit two regionally appropriate venues, The Bronx Botanical Gardens, NYC and The Stamford Bartlett Arboretum, CT virtually. Our objectives will be experienced through online research. The courses are designed to be completed in five days but there is no strict deadline.
If you are not familiar with our program, Massachusetts College (MCLA) employs “distance learning” a program utilizing museums and attractions locally. These three credit courses for graduates will be presented now online with no classroom sessions and no offsite visits. Throughout the year we offer MCLA three credit courses for graduates twenty times; it is possible to earn 60 credits in a calendar year. Hundreds of teachers have earned MCLA credits that have allowed them to quickly raise their salaries.
For more information, all course flyers and registration go to www.StuUedu.com or you may register with me directly. The full 2022 Schedule may be found here too. Please follow us at www.Facebook.com/StuUedu and www.Twitter.com/StuUedu. If there are any questions, please let me know.
I hope you will join us.
The Impact of Race in Our Schools, January 8 Girl’s Way of Learning, January 22 Boy’s Way of Learning, February 12 Methods and Materials for Teaching Gifted Children, February 26 The Greening of the American Classroom, March 19 The Civil Rights of Teachers and Students, April 9 Photojournalism Topics for Every Classroom, May 7
The Impact of Immigration on Class Presentations May 28
Multiple Intelligences, Spatial Understanding, June 18 How Sports Can Influence Achievement, June 20 Web Technology for all Classes, June 27 Problem Solving Methods, employing nutrition, July 9 Developing Critical Thinking Skills: Situation Analysis, July 25 Methods for Strengthening Curriculum: Diversity Training, August 6 Utilizing Museums, August 15
Utilizing Humor to Advance Curriculum, September 10 Ethics for Classroom Teachers, October 1 A New Mind for the Classroom: right-brain thinking, October 15 How Educational Research Can Impact Classrooms, November 4 The Efficient Use of Television for the Classroom, December 3 Web Technology for All Classes, Part II, December 27 (no prerequisite needed)
Fall 2021 Schedule
“Teachers and Leadership”
“Incorporating the Native American Experience”
“School Violence and the Media”
“Integrating Images Within All Classrooms”
“Understanding Modern Art in All Classrooms”
“Creativity in the Classroom”
Summer 2021 Schedule
Topics for Classroom Teachers: Utilizing the New New York
The Islamic Culture and the American Classroom
Topics in Music for Integration into All Curriculums LS&A
Special Needs Children: Bullies and the Bullied
Multiple Intelligences: Interpersonal Understanding
The Art of Problem Solving
Methods for Introducing Fitness Concepts into Curricula
Gender Issues for the Classroom, equity and LGB