Antioch University Santa Barbara continuing education courses are open to the community for registration. Learn a new craft, deepen your knowledge, and learn from experts in writing, education, psychology, and business leadership.
Courses within the Certificate in Nature-Based Early Childhood Education are available to take individually and are open to the community.
Music, Movement and Storytelling for Early Childhood
Fri, April 20 (5:30-7:30pm) & Sat, April 21 (9-2:30pm)
Fri, May 4 (5:30-7:30pm) & Sat, May 5 (9-2:30pm)
Application for Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
To receive 1.5 CEUs, please download this form (fillable PDF), complete and print it, then submit payment in the amount of $75.00. Please make checks payable to: to Antioch University Santa Barbara, and mail to AUSB, Attn: Kelly Pena, 602 Anacapa St., Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Questions? Contact Kelly Pena at email@example.com.
Look for these NBECE courses throughout the year:
- Ecology of Imagination in Childhood
- Nature-Based Early Childhood Curriculum
- Natural History for Early Childhood
- Risk Management for Nature-Based Early Childhood Education
- Music, Movement, and Storytelling for Early Childhood
- Business Planning for Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens
- Landscape Design for Nature Play & Learning
Course description: Learn screenwriting from one of the pros. Ross Brown is a veteran writer who has also taught screenwriting at top film schools like USC and Chapman. In this 10-week course you’ll learn the fundamentals of writing for the screen: character, conflict, scenes, dramatic structure, screenplay format, and the visual language of the screen. Once you know these fundamentals, you can apply them to the larger goal of writing a feature-length screenplay.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.