An eclectic mix of knowledge and expertise
The State University of New York at Fredonia traces its roots to Fredonia Academy, which officially opened in 1826. To honor the college's beginnings, Extended Learning launched a 21st century Academy. Here, faculty and staff share their knowledge and expertise with the college and surrounding communities - much like the Academy's faculty did so long ago.
Workshops for Educators
Introduction to Child Advocacy Studies
June 28-30 and July 12-14, 2019. (NOTE: Participants must attend both the June and July sessions.)
EDU DASA Workshops:
Implementing the Dignity for All Students Act
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NOTE: For Fredonia teacher-candidates, taking this DASA Workshop will not cover all the
NYSED certification requirements offered through the one credit EDU 303 SAVE/DASA/Fire&Arson course and therefore is not the equivalent of that EDU 303 course.
Defensive Driving - Point/Insurance Reduction Classes
Spring 2019 classes meet on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. - February 23, March 23, April 27, June 1, or June 29.
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Have an idea for a noncredit course, seminar, or workshop?
Faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to contact Extended Learning to share their ideas. Learn more about how to propose new noncredit programs.
Get away for fun and learning to Chautauqua County, New York for its spring and fall learning festivals. Learn more at www.TourChautauqua.com.