Registration open for 'Slice of Credit' with CEF
Registration is now open for Claremont Education Foundation’s two sessions of “SLICE of Credit,” which allow students entering seventh through twelfth grades a chance to earn five high school credits this summer.
The nonprofit, in partnership with the University of La Verne, is offering a WASC accredited for-credit high school course in technology education for the 21st century. Each three-week session provides five units of credit, equivalent to one high school semester. Students may use a University of La Verne transcript after course completion to apply for credits toward graduation requirements at their high schools.
In this online course, students will work daily at their own pace and on their own schedule to create, manipulate and produce content; understand research and information fluency; and learn about digital citizenship, communication, collaboration, technology operations, and concepts.
To register, go to http://www.supportcef.com/slice/.
To meet semester credit requirements, all classes are approximately four-hours per day of student participation. Transcripts will be available to purchase upon successful completion of the course for a $10 fee.