University Credit

 EDIN 5410.C1 Exercising Power: Individuals and Institutions in History

NCHE Conference in Washington, DC
March 14-16, 2019

Cost - $75
Deadline to register is March 27, 2019


1.0 University Credit of In-Service Continuing Education
Webster University
St. Louis, MO
This course may be valid for professional development credit at the discretion
of local school districts; it does not meet degree or credential requirements.
Course requirements
• Download and complete the Attendance Form documenting your attendance at a minimum of 15 hours of conference sessions and/or enrichment excursions. 

• Select three of the general/breakout/poster sessions and/or enrichment excursions you attended and write a paper of 300-350 words on each. Papers should briefly summarize the session and either describe how it has affected your thinking about history or discuss how you can apply what you learned to your teaching. Your papers will be scored on form as well as content, so pay attention to spelling and grammar. The following paper format is required: one-inch margins, double-spaced lines, 12 point Times New Roman font. Submit your papers as a single Word document; type your name, street address, and email address at the beginning of the document. 

• Email the attendance form and papers to no later than Monday, May 1, 2019. 

• Credit/No Credit only.
• A total of 70 points is necessary to receive credit.
    -The attendance form is worth a maximum of 4 points.
    -Each paper is worth a maximum of 32 points (content = maximum of 24 points; grammar, spelling, and  
     format = maximum of 8 points) and will be scored using 
the following rubric.

  Superior Good Fair Poor
Summary Thorough, concise summary (12) Effective summary (9) Disjointed, limited or somewhat unclear (6) Unintelligible or missing (3)
Impact Thinking
Insightful reflection
Clear description (9) Disjointed, limited or somewhat unclear (6) Unintelligible or missing (3)
Classroom Application Perceptive discussion
Expository discussion (9) Disjointed, limited or somewhat unclear (6) Unintelligible or missing (3)
Spelling/Grammar/Format No errors (8) Few errors (6) Frequent errors (4) Many errors (2)


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