Understanding ADHD

Understanding ADHD

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

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

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.

Minnesota Relicensure PACKAGE #2

“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 Minnesota Relicensure Package #2 is one of two packages that meet the five Minnesota relicensure requirements:

Accommodation & Differentiation
Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies
Reading Instruction
Mental Health
Technology

Enrolling in the […]

Core Teaching PACKAGE #2

Essential Instructional Techniques and Tools for Today’s Teacher
“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 Core Teaching Package includes the following five courses and saves you $46 over enrolling in them individually. This […]

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 […]

Introduction to Autism

Introduction to Autism

Most people today know someone with autism. People on the autism spectrum are in our classes, our neighborhoods and our families. Whether you know a little or a lot about autism, this course will give you useful information about the autism spectrum. Although everyone on the autism spectrum is an individual, this course outlines a constellation of developmental differences common in autism that lead to the key concerns of social and communication issues.

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 […]

Formative Assessment

Formative Assessment

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!

Take the next step. Learn about and implement formative assessments in your school to discover and demonstrate for yourself, your students and your community what happens when a school moves in this direction and you know students are truly learning.

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