SELF-STUDY: Guided Reading (5 hours)

 
 
“Explore effective Strategies to Scaffold Literacy Learning through guided Reading”
Guided reading proves to be one of the most effective tools, not only to improve a student’s fundamental reading skills, but also to develop high level comprehension skills. The teacher’s role in guided reading is to provide support, but the ultimate goal […]

SELF-STUDY: Enhancing Classroom Instruction (10 hours)

 
 
“Do you wonder how you could transform your teaching to benefit your students more?”
Welcome to this dual course aimed to help you understand more about enhancing classroom instruction. This dual course consists of the following 5 hour courses:

Cognitive Skills
Introduction to Autism

Through this two part online PD course, explore various […]

What is the Meaning of Phishing?

What is the Meaning of Phishing?

One of the most common tricks for stealing your information is aptly called “phishing” (pronounced just like “fishing for information”). Phishing is any attempt at tricking someone to send information that can be used to access their accounts or get them to send money.
A number of students fall prey to this scam. It is, therefore, […]

How do I Create a Virtual Book Club for my Students?

How do I Create a Virtual Book Club for my Students?

In today’s world of digital technology, computers, gadgets and instant information, most students do not read. The children’s intellectual arena has shifted from good old reading to video games and television. Youngsters do not have the patience to sit down and run through a book, unless it is forced upon them as school work or, […]

Responding to Online Bullying

Responding to Online Bullying

In recent years, kids have found another way to pick on each other: the Internet. It is natural to get upset when kids write or distribute terrible things about a child, either to them or about them. This is called “cyberbullying”.
Cyberbullying or online bullying is any harassment, threatening, or bullying that uses the Internet or […]

Developing a Strategy for Child Safety on the Internet

Developing a Strategy for Child Safety on the Internet

As parents and educators, we are responsible for protecting our children and the online world magnifies those opportunities as well as complicates the ways in which we must be aware.
Through the internet and phone networks that teens use everyday, they have easy access to others, and are easily accessible by others. Electronic communication is such […]

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