How Can Schools Help Build A Collaborative Culture To Improve Student Outcomes?

How Can Schools Help Build A Collaborative Culture To Improve Student Outcomes?

Having a Collaborative Culture in your school can enhance learning for everyone. With the sense of teamwork, a school can work together towards the common goal of better education for all.
Collaborative reform shows great promise for ensuring the development of effective, inclusive programs that change teaching practices and improve student outcomes. These changes require a […]

How can Teachers Create Professional Development Goals From Examining Student Work?

How can Teachers Create Professional Development Goals From Examining Student Work?

Teachers who examine student work together are able to think more deeply about their teaching and about what students are learning…
Examining student work can be understood as teachers engaging in inquiry-based learning. They become a group of critical and creative thinkers (students) who honor openness and flexibility. Through collaborative dialogue, teachers seek new questions and solutions […]

GRADUATE Course – Cohesive Classroom Communities

“This is a comprehensive, practical and useful course on early onset of mental health issues in the classroom. As a Special Education teacher for 17 years – many of those years spent in alternative school settingeas – this course still had much in the way to offer in terms of knowledge, resources, and up-to-date perspectives […]

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 […]

PACKAGE: Mental Health (25 Hours)

“The format of the online courses is very accessible and easy to use. This is a great benefit considering how precious time can be.”
Educators and parents, by virtue of their roles in a child’s life, are often the first people to notice that a child may be experiencing problems that threaten […]

Teaching Gifted Learners: Building Social Skills

Teaching Gifted Learners: Building Social Skills

A majority of gifted children struggle with socializing. Interacting with family, school, and peers present external elements that can factor into significant challenges for gifted students. Our responsibility as educators, therefore, includes teaching gifted learners and developing social skills in them.
As with all children, family dynamics are most critical to the healthy development of a […]

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