Professional Development 1 Credit: Child Abuse Prevention

June 28, 2013 by · 28 Comments 

 
 
“This is a MUST HAVE course for anyone who has children or works with children who access the Internet.”
“I have utilized this philosophical approach to bullying repeatedly over the past two years and I have always found it to be highly effective in even the most verbally abusive school environments.”

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PACKAGE: Essential Teaching Package #1 (25 Hours)

April 11, 2013 by · 10 Comments 

“Your courses fit my needs perfectly.
They were ideal for someone who does not
have a great deal of flexibility, and I learned a lot.”
The Essential Teaching Package #1 provides a foundation in skills applicable to teachers across the curriculum and grades:

Essential Teaching Package #1

# Hours

Accommodating all Learners

5

Classroom Management for Positive Behaviors

5

Reading across […]

PACKAGE: Essential Teaching Package #2 (25 Hours)

April 11, 2013 by · 8 Comments 

“Your courses fit my needs perfectly.
They were ideal for someone who does not
have a great deal of flexibility, and I learned a lot.”
The Essential Teaching Package #2 provides a foundation in skills applicable to teachers across the curriculum and grades:

Essential Teaching Package #2

# Hours

Cognitive Skills: Understanding Learning Challenges

5

Transformative Classroom Management

5

Tackling Tough […]

Partnering with Parents

Partnering with Parents

February 21, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Do you have a child you know can soar
if she had extra help learning at home?
Partnering with parents is a way to support students.
Many parents need motivation and support to help them partner with the teacher. In our profession as teachers, we must partner with the parents of our students. […]

Raise Bully Proof Kids

Raise Bully Proof Kids

May 3, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

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How to Raise Bully Proof Kids
During childhood, children learn and practice the skills they will need in their adult lives. Bullying is an unpleasant but inevitable part of life that happens in virtually every social group. If children don’t learn how to deal with hostility in their formative years, […]

Understanding ADHD

Understanding ADHD

April 13, 2012 by · 6 Comments 

Have you ever come across a child who’s always on the move?
They might have had ADHD.
Have you ever come across a child who’s always on the move? They might have had ADHD. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder or ADHD is seen commonly in today’s classroom. Children with this condition are restless, […]

Bulletin Boards – Ideas for Every Classroom

Bulletin Boards – Ideas for Every Classroom

April 6, 2012 by · 7 Comments 

As teachers, we spend so much time in creating an ideal classroom for our students that often we tend to forget the available and rich physical space that surrounds us in the classroom – the wall space.
A classroom can seem incomplete without attractive and educative bulletin boards. Have you ever […]

Ethics for Education Professionals

Ethics for Education Professionals

February 25, 2012 by · 9 Comments 

Ethics education is about recognizing the real power of our own innate ethical sense and how it influences our behaviors. Step inside this course and discover through reflection and introspection, an understanding of one’s innate ethical self. You’ll find tools and tips for bringing high standards of ethics into our schools and a variety of topics to explore practical ways to address ethical decisions in our lives at every stage.

Learning from My Dog

Learning from My Dog

December 2, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

The hardest times often teach us the deepest lessons. This week was the last week in the life of my dog. It has been difficult, and has reminded me of how our lives are so inter-dependent.
Dogs are dependent on us for many things- food, shelter and affection. I was dependent on my dog in many […]

Big Changes, and Small Choices

Big Changes, and Small Choices

September 16, 2011 by · 3 Comments 

Summer is over, and now it’s fall. Change. Transformation. It reminds me of the changes I’d like to see. In my classroom, and my students.
I read something recently, that  got me thinking. The writer was saying that instead of thinking about transformations and change as being something huge, we need to consider any situation asking […]

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