Semester GRAD Credit

GRAD Humboldt: Cohesive Classroom Communities: Understanding Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Effective Classroom Collaboration (1 semester credit)
Teachers are equipped to transform their classrooms into cohesive learning communities, through this three part online PD course package. The course begins with Classroom Collaboration where educators come to understand the importance of the teacher’s role in creating an environment where young people are willing and able to work collaboratively. Teachers are taught to recognize, appropriately handle and make accommodations, for diagnosable mental health issues among students. The course helps teachers understand that they play a valuable role, and can help save a life, by learning about the prevalence of suicide; understanding suicide and how it may be prevented.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit
GRAD Humboldt: Preparing College Ready and Career Bound Students: From Kindergarten to High School
Prepare students for a successful future in college and careers. This online course suggests an approach to overall development of the student from elementary through high school that can help students become college ready and successful in their careers.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit
GRAD Humboldt: Technology for Student Learning: Tech Tools for Today's Curriculum
We live in a technologically advanced world. But, for teachers, the hallmark question is to understand how we can effectively use this technology to enhance student learning in the classroom. This online course will shine light on the multi-faceted uses of technology in the classroom. Teachers will learn how to choose technology for the classroom, be techno-savvy especially in the use of iPads and how to flip a traditional classroom to one with innovative instructional methods designed for enhancing student learning.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit
GRAD Humboldt: Working with Standards for Curriculum and Assessment (1 semester credit)
In an age where there are multiple approaches to teaching and educating students, it becomes important to ensure that a particular standard is maintained. This class helps educators achieve goals, while empowering you with skills and tools to deliver the best of quality education. Standards and Communications in Teaching is a three part integrated course that highlights various strategies for facilitating student learning and improving academic achievement. It also focuses on positive communication, both with students and parents, in order to achieve excellence in education.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit
GRAD Humboldt: Pedagogy Essentials: Focus on Instructional Strategies and Curriculum Development (1 semester credit)
Teaching amongst the technological advances of the 21st century, brings with it unique challenges of combining education and theory with classroom practice. This three part course is designed to provide teachers the background knowledge and resources they require to use research findings to enhance their students’ learning. The course covers Research Based Instructional Strategies, which focuses on strategies teachers can use to channel research findings to improve their quality of instruction. Curriculum Development equips teachers to create effective, yet practical unit and lesson plans that equip students to learn more efficiently. The course also focuses on enabling teachers organize their teaching plans, work-life balance and the various aspects of their classroom.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit
GRAD Humboldt: Reading Across the Curriculum: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Reading Instruction
Reading should be a meaningful activity that is focused on comprehension and that results in understanding. When students struggle with a specific subject matter the underlying reason is usually also identified as under developed reading skills. The strategies in this course are imperative for all educators to help their students become proficient readers. This course helps teachers understand how to assess reading skills in the classroom and plan instruction accordingly. It also equips educators to empower their students with confidence when handling tough text. Teachers also learn how to act as a facilitator for small groups for guided reading.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit
GRAD Humboldt: Using Technology Safely and Effectively in Today’s Classrooms (1 semester credit)
Gone are the days when the word classroom brought to mind an image of a dusty blackboard, chalk or the dim light from an overhead projector machine. Instead we think of smart boards, computers, tablets and other technology. Libraries and books as reference material are supplemented by the internet, blogs and Google; all of which are available at our (and our students!) fingertips. This three part integrated course helps to bridge the gap, enabling safe implementation of technology in classrooms and preventing misuse by either students or adults while promoting effective learning. The course enhances professional development by presenting tools, techniques and resources to advance skills in using technology. Teachers learn to integrate technology in a way that promotes learning without being a distraction. The course is also filled with practical ideas and steps that educators can take to ensure safety of the students who have access to the internet whether through classroom technology, at home or via their cell phones.
Pay PLB $140 today and $50 to Humboldt when you request your graduate credit

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