SELF-STUDY: Enhancing the Classroom Learning Environment (10 hours)

“Discover effective ways to ensure your students have an optimal learning environment – both in class and at home”
Welcome to this dual course aimed to help you understand more about enhancing the classroom learning environment. This dual course consists of the following 5 hour courses:

Bulletin Boards- Ideas for Every Classroom
Partnering with […]

SELF-STUDY: Integrated Curriculum (10 hours)

“Develop an integrated curriculum that caters to your students’ learning needs best.”
Welcome to this dual course aimed to help you understand more about an integrated curriculum. This dual course consists of the following 5 hour courses:

Standard Based Instruction through STEM
Common Core Mathematics for all Teachers

In the simplest sense, an integrated curriculum […]

SELF-STUDY: Supporting Special Needs in the Classroom (10 hours)

“This course is an excellent overview of extremely complex student issues faced by all of us in the teaching profession today.”
Welcome to this dual course aimed to help you understand more about supporting special needs in the classroom. This dual course consists of the following 5 hour courses:

Recognition of Early-onset Mental […]

SELF-STUDY: Reading Across the Curriculum (10 hours)

“I was pleased with all of the new resources and ideas that
I will be able to bring into the classroom for teaching reading. Thanks!”
Welcome to this dual course aimed to help you understand more about reading across the curriculum. This dual course consists of the following 5 hour courses:

Reading Across the […]

About the Brain

About the Brain

The About the Brain course is a combination of two self-study courses. Successful completion of this double-length course results in the issuance of ONE certificate of completion for 10 clock hours.
Cognitive Skills – Understanding Learning Challenges
The U.S. Department of Education, and others indicate that weak cognitive skills are […]

Cognitive Skills – Understanding Learning Challenges

Cognitive Skills – Understanding Learning Challenges

The U.S. Department of Education, and others indicate that weak cognitive skills are the source of over 80% of learning problems. This course provides methods for detecting students with weak cognitive skills and tools to strengthen those skills. Teachers will receive understanding, as well as ways to apply development techniques in the classroom. The online class is fun and interactive and includes information about new brain research and how it can impact today’s classrooms.

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction

The Differentiated Instruction course is a combination of two self-study courses. Successful completion of this double-length course results in the issuance of ONE certificate of completion for 10 clock hours.
Accommodating All Learners
Reach and teach all learners by examining 21st century student and educator strengths in this research-based course packed […]

Standards in Teaching

Standards in Teaching

Formative assessments allow teachers to respond to the needs of the student quickly, however more importantly it allows the student to shape instruction (both a student-centered and teacher-driven education model). Once you have a well planned formative assessment program in place, your school will also see a change in the culture within classrooms, concise communication of learning goals, varied effective instructional methods, a new understanding for student learning, improved student engagement with targeted student feedback, and an increase in student learning!

We’re told that a standards-based curriculum is suppose to increase student learning and promote higher student achievement, but what is it really all about? This course helps educators untangle what turns out to be the not-so-mysterious-language of today’s teaching and learning and put successful strategies into practice.

Technology for Education Leaders

Technology for Education Leaders

Students getting passwords, changing grades and breaking into school computer systems compromise safety. This course empowers academic administrators to work in tandem with IT administrators and minimize the risks associated with these types of events. Written in NON-technical language for educational leaders to understand their comprehensive role and responsibilities in providing safe and secure learning environments. The course includes real life examples and solutions and is a MUST for principals and school leaders at every level.

Teaching English Language Learners

Teaching English Language Learners

Any K-12 teacher, administrator, or support staff member who would like to help English Language Learners do well in school will find this course to be both informative and useful. The focus includes how to make ELLs and their families feel more welcome while generating academic successes through empowerment.

Participants will improve cross-cultural skills and examine cultural influences on school practices, and come away with greater insight into how second languages are acquired. They will also discover teaching methods and educational strategies for today’s diverse mainstream classroom that are considered best practice for reaching and teaching all learners. Included are highlighted practical tips and activities that can be put to use right away.

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