Contact us
Michelle R. Koppitz, Vice President of Adult and Professional Programs
Debra Kaszuba, Assistant

By mail
The Margaret and Harold Moser Center
Benedictine University
1832 Centre Point Circle
Suite 102
Naperville, IL 60563

E-mail
dkaszuba@ben.edu

Phone
(630) 829-6200

Fax
(630) 829-1375

Hours
Business Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Building Access: M-F 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
and weekends 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

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If you are interested in pursuing a certificate or degree contact Adult Accelerated Enrollment via:

E-mail
adultenrollment@ben.edu

Phone (Toll Free)
(877) 353-9622
Bellwood (Main)
(708) 649-3411
Moser (Main)
(630) 829-2277

Bellwood Fax
(708) 649-3094
Moser Fax
(630) 829-6371

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If you are interested in pursuing an on line 
certificate or degree contact On Line Admissions at:
 

Phone (Toll Free)
(866) 295-3104
   ext. 1 for UG Studies
   ext. 2 for Grad Studies

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For non-advising concerns please contact Student Life:

Hazel Williams
Adult Services Advocate
Phone
:  (630) 829-1362
eMail
: hwilliams@ben.edu


Current Students
MED Reading and Literacy 101
Our students represent a diverse spectrum of working professionals seeking to grow academically, personally and professionally. We offer a breadth of program options specifically designed for adult learners to develop essential problem-solving and critical thinking skills beyond specific discipline content.

Course Schedule

FALL 2013

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Course EDUC 611 Literacy Coaching and Collaboration
Instructor Margaret Peter
Dates 9/19/2013, 9/26/2013, 10/3/2013, 10/10/13, 10/17/2013
Location

Moser Center
1832 Centre Point Circle Suite 102
Naperville, IL  60563
Room 105

Textbooks

Required textbook(s) and material(s)

Casey, K. (2006). Literacy coaching: the essentials. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
ISBN: 10: 0-325-00941-4

Toll, C. (2005). The literacy coach’s survival guide: essential questions and practical
answers. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. [ISBN: 0-87207-565-6]

REQUIRED ARTICLES

Title: Epstein’s Framework of Six Types of Involvement (PDF document located in Session 5 Student Resource folder or you can access it at http://www.cpirc.org/vertical/sites)

*Textbooks are subject to change.

Syllabus

 

Course EDUC 616 Curriculum Design and Instruction
Instructor Joyce Hlousek
Dates 10/24/2013, 10/31/2013, 11/14/2013, 11/21/2013, 12/5/2013
Location

Moser Center
1832 Centre Point Circle Suite 102
Naperville, IL  60563
Room 105

Textbooks

Required textbook(s) and material(s)

Hayes Jacobs, H. (1997). Mapping the Big Picture. Alexandria: ASCD. ISBN: 0-87120-286-7 (ASCD)

Hayes Jacobs, H. (2010). Curriculum 21 Essential Education for a Changing World. Alexandria: ASCD. ISBN: 978-1-4166-0940-7 (ASCD)

Wagner, T. (2008). The Global Achievement Gap. New York: Basic Books. ISBN: 978-0-465-00230-6 (BASIC BOOKS)

*Textbooks are subject to change.

Syllabus