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TEA Admission Fee (2019-2020)

$37 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $37.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA02

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$37 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $37.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA03

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$37 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $37.00 TEA fee for each program."

"Applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA05

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$37 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $37.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA04

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$37 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $37.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA06

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$37 Teacher Education Program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into the Teacher Education Program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA07

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$37 certification program readmission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects a fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account each time I apply to or reapply to the program.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $35 fee from each candidate entering or reentering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website. The extra $2 is for the credit/debit card fees charged to UHCL by the credit card company.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for Readmission into a certification program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA08

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CLASP – CEP/College of Education

If you have attended a CLASP event at UHCL, are a K-12 educator or administrative professional, and wish to receive CPE hours for attending this event, please complete the registration information so our Center for Educational Programs (CEP) office in the College of Education can process your request. The fee for your CPE certificate is $15. The certificate will include the following: Title of the CLASP event, date of the event, number of CPE hours, as well as our TEA provider number. Your CPE certificate will be sent to you electronically via email, so please be sure to include the email address you wish to receive your e-certificate.

Cost: $15

Location: CPE certificate sent via Email

For More Information: If you have any questions and/or need any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us at CEP@uhcl.edu.

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MATH TExES Prep Workshop - Spring & Summer 2020

A 3-hour session to interactively cover the key content of the TExES EC-6 Core Math domain’s 2 competencies:

  • 002 - Number Concepts & Operations
  • 003 - Patterns & Algebra

Topics of explanation and demonstration will include but not be limited to: rounding, place value, mental math, fractions, decimals, percents, linear functions, algebraic reasoning, identifying and extending patterns, the relationship between variables, expressions, equations and inequalities.

Presenter: Dena May, UHCL Student Success Center

Date: Friday, July 10, 2020

Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Target audience: Pre-service EC-6 teachers in undergraduate or alt-cert programs

Cost: FREE

NOTE:

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 5 days prior to workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or cep@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

July 10, 2020

Social Studies TExES Prep Workshop - Spring & Summer 2020

A 3-hour session that will include a virtual review of key content regarding the TExES EC-6 Social Studies test and will focus on Social Studies Competency 3: Geography and Culture, Competency 4: Economics, and Competency 5: Government and Citizenship. This session will cover Texas government, US government, World governments, culture, civics, geography, economics, and citizenship. In addition, the session will provide sample questions and interactive learning activities that delves deeper into the content and shows participants how to use proven strategies for analyzing questions, make connections to prior knowledge and use content methodology to determine correct answers.

Presenter: Dena May, UHCL Student Success Center

Date: Saturday, July 11, 2020

Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Target audience: Pre-service EC-6 teachers in undergraduate or alt-cert programs, pre-service teachers and current teachers seeking add-on certification

Fee: FREE (You will receive a certificate of attendance reflecting 3-Hrs of professional development which can go towards your PSP hours.)

**This session is funded by a Department of Education HSI-STEM supplemental grant.

NOTE: *Please bring your laptop.

Space is limited. 50 spots available per session and onsite registration is not available.

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 5 days prior to workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or cep@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

2:00-5:00PM

KidsU Technology Camps (Virtual)

In the digital age, every image we see is carefully crafted and edited using cutting edge tools in order to create flawless, eye-catching works of art, and in Intro to Photo Editing and Graphic design, we put those tools in the hands of our students. Here they will learn how digital artists enhance photographs, edit images, and even create original designs from scratch. Note: This camp requires a software download and an accessible email. The program is compatible with Windows, MAC, and Linux.

8:30am - 11:30am

This is the perfect companion class to Intro to Game Design. If your student loves video games and art, then our Art in Video Games is a win-win. This course uses Stencyl, the same program used in our game design course, to teach students how to create and edit their own original characters for video games. Topics will include, animation, design, and some computer programming. Note: This camp requires a software download and an accessible email. The program is compatible with Windows, MAC, and Linux.

Download here: http://www.stencyl.com/download/

12:30pm - 3:30pm

Expand your knowledge of game design with Intermediate to Game Design! Here students will expand on the fundamentals of creating their own 2-D games with Stencyl, and become even more familiarized with game mechanics, computer programming, design, and GUI interfaces. But, most importantly, your student will have fun games that they can continue to customize even after the camp has ended! Note: Prior knowledge of Stencyl is highly recommended; this class is a continuation of the class "Introduction to Game Design & Development". This camp requires a software download and an accessible email. The program is compatible with Windows, MAC, and Linux.

Download here: http://www.stencyl.com/download/

8:30am - 11:30am

Launch into the exciting world of game design with Intro to Game Design! Here students will learn the fundamentals of creating their own 2-D games with Stencyl, and become familiarized with game mechanics, computer programming, design, and GUI interfaces. But, most importantly, your student will have fun games that they can continue to customize even after the camp has ended! Note: This camp requires a software download and an accessible email. The program is compatible with Windows, MAC, and Linux.

Download here: http://www.stencyl.com/download/

12:30pm - 3:30pm

Has your student ever wondered how the music from The Legend Of Zelda or Super Mario Bros. was written? Or maybe even how they could write their own video game music? Enroll them in this class, so they can discover how to make their own masterpieces of music with Musescore, where campers will learn the basics of creating and writing music! (All musical skill levels welcome!) Note: This camp requires a software download and an accessible email.

Download here: https://musescore.org/en

8:30am - 11:30am

Digital animation is the perfect way to bring stories and characters to life, and now your student can too. In Intro to Animation campers will be able to create animations on their home computer while learning the fundamentals and techniques that animators have been implementing for over 100 years. If you have a creative student with an eye for detail, this is the perfect class for them. Note: This camp requires a software download and an accessible email. The program is only compatible with Windows. Mac users can download and use Stykz 1.0 for Mac OS x.

Download Windows version here: https://pivotanimator.net/Download.phpDownload Mac version here: http://www.stykz.net/downloads/mac.php

12:30pm - 3:30pm

Doctoral Writing Assessment - Summer 2020

Procedures and Regulations for ZOOM Online Proctoring:

  • Each applicant should plan to sit for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15-minute breaks (if needed); However, we will plan the Zoom timeframe for a total of 4-Hrs, 8:30 am-12:30 pm, to allow time to set up the testing environment, to discuss testing expectations, answer any questions, etc.

  • Applicants should be prepared to participate in a Zoom meeting at least 48-Hours prior to the test date to meet Dr. Jeffery and discuss exam preparations and the required testing environment.

  • The testing environment should consist of the following:

  • Be in a private, well-lit room.
  • Have internet/Wi-Fi access in order to receive an email containing writing prompts from test proctor and send the completed paper to test proctor.
  • Workspace should be cleared of all clutter. The only items allowed at the workspace are computer/laptop, pens/pencils, blank scratch paper, water, snacks.
  • Save and close all third-party applications on a computer/laptop.
  • Have a mobile phone with a front-facing camera.
  • Applicants must show a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • Before the proctored session ends, the applicant will save their work and email the paper to Dr. Jeffery.
  • Each applicants’ essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of the score within one (1) week.

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Procedures and Regulations for ZOOM Online Proctoring:

  • Each applicant should plan to sit for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15-minute breaks (if needed); However, we will plan the Zoom timeframe for a total of 4-Hrs, 8:30 am-12:30 pm, to allow time to set up the testing environment, to discuss testing expectations, answer any questions, etc.

  • Applicants should be prepared to participate in a Zoom meeting at least 48-Hours prior to the test date to meet Dr. Jeffery and discuss exam preparations and the required testing environment.

  • The testing environment should consist of the following:

  • Be in a private, well-lit room.
  • Have internet/Wi-Fi access in order to receive an email containing writing prompts from test proctor and send the completed paper to test proctor.
  • Workspace should be cleared of all clutter. The only items allowed at the workspace are computer/laptop, pens/pencils, blank scratch paper, water, snacks.
  • Save and close all third-party applications on a computer/laptop.
  • Have a mobile phone with a front-facing camera.
  • Applicants must show a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • Before the proctored session ends, the applicant will save their work and email the paper to Dr. Jeffery.
  • Each applicants’ essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of the score within one (1) week.

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Procedures and Regulations for ZOOM Online Proctoring:

  • Each applicant should plan to sit for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15-minute breaks (if needed); However, we will plan the Zoom timeframe for a total of 4-Hrs, 8:30 am-12:30 pm, to allow time to set up the testing environment, to discuss testing expectations, answer any questions, etc.

  • Applicants should be prepared to participate in a Zoom meeting at least 48-Hours prior to the test date to meet Dr. Jeffery and discuss exam preparations and the required testing environment.

  • The testing environment should consist of the following:

  • Be in a private, well-lit room.
  • Have internet/Wi-Fi access in order to receive an email containing writing prompts from test proctor and send the completed paper to test proctor.
  • Workspace should be cleared of all clutter. The only items allowed at the workspace are computer/laptop, pens/pencils, blank scratch paper, water, snacks.
  • Save and close all third-party applications on a computer/laptop.
  • Have a mobile phone with a front-facing camera.
  • Applicants must show a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • Before the proctored session ends, the applicant will save their work and email the paper to Dr. Jeffery.
  • Each applicants’ essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of the score within one (1) week.

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Reading, Writing, and Study Skills Tutoring - Summer 2020

Session Dates

Session Dates : July 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30

Makeup Day: August 3, 2020

Grade Level : 2nd grade - 12th grade

Dates of Sessions: **8 Sessions - ** July 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30

Make-up session: August 3

Time: (1 hour) 1:00-2:00 PM

Cost: $150.00

Purpose: Enrichment and sustaining literacy skills

Minimum Requirements • Computer • Printer • Internet access needed • Gmail account

Each child will receive a kit of supplies via Mail: • Journal • Color Paper • Markers • Scissors • Tape

Commitment Criteria • Meet daily at 1:00-2:00 PM during tutoring time • Materials ready • Assistance with logging into Google Classroom or Zoom

Tutoring Session: Each tutoring session will last for 60 minutes. Your child and their tutor will meet virtually using Zoom or Google Classroom. The UHCL tutors will either work one-to-one with your child or three-to-one. Each session will be interactive and we ask that your child have their supplies ready to have an hour of fun! During the tutoring session, you may see Dr. Ingram or Professor Sanchez join the session. They will be monitoring the sessions and providing feedback to the UHCL students.

Note

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 14 days prior to the workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or CEP@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • 150.00
  • Seats Available: 2 of 11
  • Schedule Details
  • Virtually via ZOOM/Google Classroom
  • Center for Educational Programs
  •  Price Displayed is the Full Price. Actual price may vary. Any eligible discounts are applied during checkout upon invoicing.

SAMHSA Mental Health First Aid

UHCL has been awarded a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) to provide a free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training to faculty, staff, students and the community. Mental Health First Aid is included on SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 6 1/2 hour training to teach participants how to help youth who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it helps faculty and staff identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. You MUST attend the entire session to receive certification.

This MHFA training will help students, faculty, and staff learn:

  • How to identify signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use problems
  • Information on depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis and substance use
  • A 5-step action plan to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or in crisis
  • Self-care help and other professional resources

Please Note- There will be various discussions throughout the duration of this training. Some of the topics discussed may be sensitive.

Session Information :

The upcoming session will be virtual. Registration for this training will close on: Thursday, July 16, 2020.

This session will be broken up into two parts:

  • Part 1: 2/2.5-hour Self-paced course work- This portion is a requirement to attend the instructor led portion. (Whether virtual or in-person).

    The pre-work for this session must be completed on, or no later than, Monday, July 20, 2020
    You MUST complete pre-work before attending the instructor led session. 
    
  • Part 2: 1 PM - 5 PM

    Instructor led portion (Zoom link will be provided in confirmation email)

Presenters:

R.J. Davis, PhD. & Brianna Caldwell, B.S..

Location:

This will be a virtual session.

NOTE:

A minimum class size of eight (8) participants is required for this course. If fewer than eight (8) participants are registered, the class will be canceled.

Please only register to attend if you can be in attendance for the entire duration of the training.

Questions:

Regarding registration: Brianna Caldwell, Graduate Research Assistant, 281-283-3529 or caldwellb@uhcl.edu

Regarding the SAMHSA Grant: Dr. Cindy Cook, UHCL Counseling Services, 281-283-2595 or cookc@uhcl.edu

1 PM - 5 PM

UHCL has been awarded a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) to provide a free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training to faculty, staff, students and the community. Mental Health First Aid is included on SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

Adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8- hour training to teach participants how to help youth who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it helps faculty and staff identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. You MUST attend the entire session to receive certification.

This MHFA training will help students, faculty, and staff learn:

  • How to identify signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use problems
  • Information on depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis and substance use
  • A 5-step action plan to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or in crisis
  • Self-care help and other professional resources

Please Note- There will be various discussions throughout the duration of this training. Some of the topics discussed may be sensitive.

Session Information :

The upcoming session will be virtual. Registration for this training will close on: Friday, July 24, 2020.

This session will be broken up into two parts:

  • Part 1: 2/2.5-hour Self-paced course work- This portion is a requirement to attend the instructor led portion. (Whether virtual or in-person).

    The pre-work for this session must be completed on, or no later than, Monday, July 27, 2020
    You MUST complete pre-work before attending the instructor led session. 
    
  • Part 2: 8:30AM - 12:30PM

    Instructor led portion (Zoom link will be provided in confirmation email)

Presenters:

Cindy Cook, PhD. & Amber Tempel, LMSW

Location:

This will be a virtual session.

NOTE:

A minimum class size of eight (8) participants is required for this course. If fewer than eight (8) participants are registered, the class will be canceled.

Please only register to attend if you can be in attendance for the entire duration of the training.

Questions:

Regarding registration: Brianna Caldwell, Graduate Research Assistant, 281-283-3529 or caldwellb@uhcl.edu

Regarding the SAMHSA Grant: Dr. Cindy Cook, UHCL Counseling Services, 281-283-2595 or cookc@uhcl.edu

8:30 AM - 12:30 PM