Eric Low

M.A

Eric Low, M.A.  has been a teacher and coach in the state of Washington since 1992.  He has lived, taught, and studied in Southwest Washington since 1995.  Eric has a Master’s degree in history from Eastern Washington University with an emphasis in America’s West and has been an active researcher of Washington State history for 20+ years.  Eric currently teaches history at Winlock High School and serves as a Lead Teacher for ESD 112s “Constitutional Connections” American History grant, a 3 year program that has worked to utilize and develop Social Studies Common Core and CBAs in the classroom.   

Offered Courses

SPORTS CLINICS 2017: Clinic 4

Course No. PE403q, PE503q

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Clinic throughout the year. There are many national as well as local sports clinics available that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

SPORTS CLINICS 2017: Clinic 3

Course No. PE403p, PE503p

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Clinic throughout the year. There are many national as well as local sports clinics available that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

SPORTS CLINICS 2017: Clinic 2

Course No. PE403o, PE503o

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Clinic throughout the year. There are many national as well as local sports clinics available that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

SPORTS CLINICS 2017: Clinic 1

Course No. PE403n, PE503n

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Clinic throughout the year. There are many national as well as local sports clinics available that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

SPORTS CAMPS 2017: Camp 4

Course No. PE403m, PE503m

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Camp throughout the year. There are many National as well as local sports camps available to coaches that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

SPORTS CAMPS 2017: Camp 3

Course No. PE403l, PE503l

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

Often times these Sports Camps have Professional and/or College coaches lecturing on particular topics related to their sport. Participants will have the opportunity to attend these lecture sessions and earn 3 University credits or 30 clock hours/PDUs for attending a Sports Camp of their choice.

SPORTS CAMPS 2017: Camp 2

Course No. PE403k, PE503k

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Camp throughout the year. There are many National as well as local sports camps available to coaches that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

SPORTS CAMPS 2017: Camp 1

Course No. PE403j, PE503j

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to coaches Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Sports Camp throughout the year. There are many National as well as local sports camps available to coaches that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular sport and athletes.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 2017: #4

Course No. ED461w, ED561w

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to teachers Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Academic Camp or Professional Development Workshop of their choosing at anytime throughout the year. Some examples of these types of camps and/or workshops are Math Camp, Science Camp, Language Arts Camp, PLC Workshop, Instructional Workshop, TAH Workshop, Gilder- Lehrman Workshop, NEH Workshop, etc.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 2017:  #3

Course No. ED461v, ED561v

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to teachers Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Academic Camp or Professional Development Workshop of their choosing at anytime throughout the year. Some examples of these types of camps and/or workshops are Math Camp, Science Camp, Language Arts Camp, PLC Workshop, Instructional Workshop, TAH Workshop, Gilder- Lehrman Workshop, NEH Workshop, etc.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 2017:  #2

Course No. ED461u, ED561u

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to teachers Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Academic Camp or Professional Development Workshop of their choosing at anytime throughout the year. Some examples of these types of camps and/or workshops are Math Camp, Science Camp, Language Arts Camp, PLC Workshop, Instructional Workshop, TAH Workshop, Gilder- Lehrman Workshop, NEH Workshop, etc.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 2017:  #1

Course No. ED461t, ED561t

Tuition $120 – $210

Quarter Credits 3

This course is open to teachers Nation Wide who will be attending ANY Academic Camp or Professional Development Workshop of their choosing at anytime throughout the year. Some examples of these types of camps and/or workshops are Math Camp, Science Camp, Language Arts Camp, PLC Workshop, Instructional Workshop, TAH Workshop, Gilder- Lehrman Workshop, NEH Workshop, etc. There are many National as well as local Academic camps/workshops available to teachers that focus on a variety of aspects related to the development of their particular subject matter and/or discipline.

HISTORY OF AMERICAN SPORTS: Film, Literature & Classroom Resources

Course No. ED456f, ED556f

Tuition $360 – $475

Quarter Credits 6

This interactive, kid-friendly approach to American sports that will motivate teachers and students of all ages to explore the development of sports in American history. Teachers and students will explore American sports through hands-on activities, websites, biographies, documentaries, films, and artifacts to provide a more complete understanding of its historical role. This course is open to all K-12 teachers. and all literature, video, websites and classroom resource ideas will meet state standards. History of American Sports: Film, Literature, and Classroom Resources gives teachers and students a compelling grasp of the historical evolution of American sports from 1845 to the present. This course provides students with insights that will allow them to develop new perspectives on American history by examining sport as a social and cultural phenomenon, generating a better understanding of current sports, and considering future developments in sport in American life. Teachers will examine and learn how women, minorities, ethnic and religious groups, and historical events have influenced the U.S. sporting culture.

HEROES EVERY KID SHOULD MEET

Course No. ED456a

Tuition $360 – $475

Quarter Credits 6

What defines a hero? Can anyone be a hero? It is important to connect heroism with our lives by asking these questions. Heroes inspire us. They cultivate our values and behaviors through their example. You and your students will be motivated by the lives of the heroes you delve into. You will learn about heroes from all walks of life, such as George Washington, Rosa Parks, and more. Appropriate for K-12 teachers. Online streaming/VHS or DVD player required. Reading is free online.

COLUMBUS & THE EXPLORERS: Film & Literature For K-12

Course No. HI407K, HI507K

Tuition $360 – $475

Quarter Credits 6

One of the essential components in Language Arts, Social Studies, and Reading is the study of the human experience. For this course you will be examining the human experience by studying key people, places and events, during the Age of Exploration by European explorers into the New World.

CIVIL WAR:  Film, Literature & Classroom Resources

Course No. HI407i, HI507i

Tuition $360 – $475

Quarter Credits 6

Enhance your K-12 Civil War teaching using the books and videos suggested in this course. This innovative course includes a resource file on the Civil War featuring web pages with interactive maps, lesson plans, art, music, reenactment videos, and lectures from leading scholars. Teachers will find ways to actively engage students around many of the major themes and events of this time period.

HEALTH CURRICULUMS FOR K-12 EDUCATORS

Course No. HE402o, HE502o

Tuition $360 – $475

Quarter Credits 6

K-12 educators may explore in this course a wide range of health subjects and curriculums that apply to your grade level and which cover physical, mental, emotional, and social dimensions of health. Learn more about First Aid, Bullying, Emotional Health, Sex Education and Goal Setting for a healthy life.

COLONIAL & REVOLUTIONARY AMERICA: Film, Literature & Classroom Resources

Course No. HI407F, HI507F

Tuition $360 – $475

Quarter Credits 6

Early American history can come alive as never before with the extensive selection of film, online as well as traditional literature available on the American Colonial and Revolutionary period. K-12 teachers  in this course will explore 8 films and one book each fiction and non-fiction in the development  of teaching units which will enhance your ability to help students understand and appreciate this important period in American history. 

WORLD WAR II IN FILM & LITERATURE

Course No. HI407C, HI507C

Tuition $180 – $265

Quarter Credits 3

Make your Language Arts and Social Studies units on 20th century history and WW II come alive by integrating some of the films and period literature which give a presence to this epic period in American and world history. Short readings and films will cover the Pacific and European war fronts, with such film choices as Nuremberg, Bridge over the River Kwai, Saving Private Ryan and many others of your own choosing. Appropriate for grades 4-12.

BASKETBALL: Principles for Developing Today’s Student/Athlete

Course No. PE400Q, PE500Q

Tuition $180 – $265

Quarter Credits 3

In this course, we will examine 3 areas of basketball fundamentals: program philosophy, motivation, and leadership as it relates to the overall development of today's student/athlete and community.

FOOTBALL: Principles for Developing Today’s Student Athlete

Course No. PE400P, PE500P

Tuition $180 – $265

Quarter Credits 3

For many students, education goes beyond the classroom and traditional school day and extends into the world of sports.  Sports teach important life skills such as leadership and teamwork. In this course, we will ...



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