SELF-STUDY: Cultural Competency and Reflective Teaching (10 hours)

November 11, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

“Our teaching and learning reflect who we are.”
This course demonstrates responsive teaching in the classroom by helping teachers consider and build competence in meeting the many learning needs of all students while addressing culturally diverse classrooms that are sensitive and equitable to learners across languages, genders, religions, cultural backgrounds, and special needs. Designed to meet […]

PACKAGE: The Everything Package (150 Hours)

“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.”
You’ve heard of the everything bagel, Professional Learning Board presents the everything PD course package, The Everything Self-Study Package, which includes the following TWENTY SEVEN self-study courses adding up […]

Graduate Courses for Teachers

Graduate Courses for Teachers

Professional Learning Board offers self-paced Graduate Credit classes that incorporate online content, quizzes, interactivities, instructor involvement and a Course Action Plan you can put to use in your work environment.

Learning is self-paced, at your convenience.
Enroll anytime. Start today!
May be completed over a period of 4 weeks.
Receive 1 Semester Graduate Credit through a regionally accredited university.

Teachers […]

Online PD Courses for Teachers- Packages

Online PD Courses for Teachers- Packages

Looking for a way to save money on professional development courses to renew a teaching certificate? A discounted Everything Package from Professional Learning Board is a bundle of courses (mostly 5 hours each!) that may be used for relicensure, professional development credits, PGPs, and more to renew a teaching license (check your specific state).
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Teachers! New Year Offer for 2016

Teachers! New Year Offer for 2016

Get this online course “Reflective Teaching” for only $20.16 (5 Hour Course) and use it to renew your Teaching License.
Use Coupon Code : reflect2016
Find your State and get Started!!!
*5 hour courses (including the Reflective Teaching Practice course) are available only for several states. Please go to your state page to check if you are eligible for […]

Teacher Resources, Tools & Giveaways (Jan 16- 30, 2015)

January 16, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

TOOLS
Photos for class
A tool that you and your students can use to search for and download Creative Common licensed images.
Google Guru
An easy way to add subtitles to videos.
Scratch
Create stories, games and animations
 
RESOURCES
Preschool Learning: Activities, Books and Puzzles
An app  combined with videos, puzzles, mini  games and e-books.
Multiple Intelligence survey for Kids
Teaching students to administer a survey […]

Teachers, are you doing this?

Teachers, are you doing this?

November 15, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Integrity is a primary value. In teaching, and also in our general day, we face many situations where we have a choice between doing nothing or doing that which is right.
What do you do when a  cashier misses charging you for an item and gives it to you even though you did not pay? Or, […]

Rewards for Grades

Rewards for Grades

October 18, 2014 by · 2 Comments 

I was recently reading about different ways students can be motivated to get good grades, and different strategies parents and schools have used in the past. Rewards have been used frequently and they can be as simple as candy, or as expensive as a car. In fact, some parents have given students money to reward […]

Always Learning…

January 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

I’ve been speaking English my whole life. Reading and writing since I was about 5 years old. And yet, I find that I still have a lot I can learn.
Did you know?

The commonly used  phrase “Five items or less” is actually wrong. It should be “Five items or fewer.”
A lot of people use affect and […]

How can I use Classroom Newspapers to Enhance Participation?

How can I use Classroom Newspapers to Enhance Participation?

December 13, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The classroom is a place where a student’s talent and creativity is nurtured, where the students can practice effective interpersonal relationships, communication and collaboration. A classroom newspaper is one such project that can help build these skills in our students.
The outline:
Brainstorming starts right from the first step; that is creating an outline for your newspaper. […]

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