Professional Development 1 Credit: Reaching Diverse Learners

 
 
“I really appreciate the abundance of ideas for teaching ELLs that I learned in this course. There were so many techniques and ideas shared, and I feel as if I have a toolbox to use in my classroom.”
“This was a great course. Thank you for the opportunity to gather useful, practical […]

Professional Development 1 Credit: Technology Today

 
 
“Technology in education is less about the toolset and skillset and more about the mindset. The teacher’s most prominent role in the digital age is that of lead learner.”

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EDUC 600
1 Semester Credit

Grading: A-F
Materials: Included in the course fee
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Professional Development 1 Credit: Understanding Special Learning Populations

Professional Development 1 Credit: Understanding Special Learning Populations

 
 
“Today the chances are good that you know someone with autism or autism – like characteristics.”
“Have you ever come across a child who’s always on the move? They might have ADHD.”
“Gifted learners have competencies and abilities that go two or more years beyond their grade and/or age level.”

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Professional Development 1 Credit: Child Abuse Prevention

 
 
“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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Professional Development 1 Credit: Cognitive Skills: Understanding Learning Challenges

 
 
“When a task is given in school,
why does one student take thirty minutes to complete it
and another only eight minutes?”

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EDUC 600
1 Semester Credit

Grading: A-F
Materials: Included in the course fee
Professional Development Credit: 1 semester credit issued through the regionally accredited
Instruction Mode: Self-paced, Asynchronous […]

Professional Development 1 Credit: Standards and Communications in Teaching

 
 
“I really enjoyed the course. It was straight forward and easy to use. The instructor was very elaborate in her responses, and helped to clarify questions. All responses were received in a timely manner as well. It was a great course with good pacing and I learned lots of material in […]

Tackling Tough Text

Tackling Tough Text

In this course you will learn how to give your students in grades 4-12 the tools to “tackle tough text” and to become successful readers and learners. In teaching, there is a shift of focus that takes place at around 4th grade where literacy instruction changes from “learning to read” to “reading to learn.” It is a known phenomenon that a number of students who did quite well in the primary years struggle with this new type of reading. Students reading at their frustration level find it to be well, frustrating. Teachers in all subject areas discover that using the Reading Comprehension Checklist helps students tackle tough text. Empowering students with this unique tool proves to alleviate frustration and increase achievement. This course is based on the proven research by Sue Klund, Reading Specialist and Quality Teaching Network expert.

Reading Across the Curriculum

Reading Across the Curriculum

This interactive course is one option for K-12 teachers across the curriculum spectrum to demonstrate evidence of reading instruction techniques. Based on research, Reading Across the Curriculum introduces all teachers to sound reading instructional practices.

RTI, Common Core & Classroom Behavior Management

This course is based upon the extensive research, work and writings of Jim Wright, a Behavior Intervention Specialist, Psychologist and School Administrator in central New York. Mr. Wright has experience in the areas of Academic and Behavioral Interventions, Curriculum-based Measurement and Violence Prevention.

Accommodating All Learners

Accommodating All Learners

Reach and teach all learners by examining 21st century student and educator strengths in this research-based course packed with strategies, resources and tools. Participants will gain insight into both, their own learning and teaching preferences as well as the learning styles of students. Closely aligned with national standards and pedagogical goals.

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