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Need some new ideas to liven up your lessons? With these courses, you will discover how easy it is to weave the arts into an existing curriculum. Learn how fine arts, theater and music contribute to higher level thinking skills, increased engagement and most importantly, joy in teaching.
Our technology courses are written by teachers who use computers effectively in their classrooms. Learn how to use programs such as Microsoft Office and Google Suite to create custom materials for your classroom. Gather ideas on creating engaging activities that will teach even your most tech-savvy students something new!
Differentiation, Universal Design, Mindfulness, Blended Learning, Preference based Teaching, Kinesthetic learning are the latest buzz words that teachers are expected to know. Not sure how these strategies will meet the needs of your students? These courses shed light on new teaching concepts and provide ideas and resources for creating engaging activities for students. Teachers are asked to reflect on their own practices, respond to diverse teaching methods and gather resources that will work for their students. Enjoy!
(The Standout Skill was) “RAFT and reformulation of text. I think it’s an excellent strategy and was presented well, clearly, with good examples.” Alexandra D.
(Standout Skill was) “Creating tests/quizzes. This is especially useful during this time of Carona Virus. I will also use it when we go back to school.” Debra J.
“I really enjoyed designing my ideal classroom! It made me take a closer look at my current classroom and see the small changes I can make for now for more flexible learning experiences.” Amy M.
“The Ken Robinson video was very cool. I liked his ideas and the video was so interesting too! More about Art please! I LOVE YOUR COURSES!” Ashley S.
Thank you Ashley!! 🙂
“The online blogging. I have never done anything like that before so this was a fresh skill for me.” Andrew F.
“I really enjoyed all if honestly! I loved every single website I visited!” Melissa C.
“I liked doing the finance budge spreadsheet. I was a lot of fun. Kids would love it.” Laura T.
“The personal mindfulness practice was the stand-out activity for this course. I found it extremely useful and practical to try to complete my own mindfulness practice to ensure I can provide support and understanding to others.” Adrianna S.
“I appreciated the fact that the course encouraged the student to actually try out their lessons….encouraging breaks throughout the course.” Ahuva L.
“The Exercise and Memory Analysis was great. It really built buy-in for me and I imagine it would for kids too. Also, I like the idea of studying how different conditions can help you remember. I’m looking forward to trying it with kids some time.” Phillip B.
“The mini biography was interesting because I got to research a musical personality that I didn’t know much about. I really liked listening to all of the sound clips.” Carleene S.
(Standout Skill was) “Making my own steam activity, I used it and the students loved it.” Christine C.
“The resource research project at the end was extremely practical. I have a lot of new resources to go to now!”
“It was useful new method in helping students learn new vocabulary and be able to apply this strategy in their reading skill, and written and oral language.” Maria G.
“The stand-out activity for me was the scenario activity. I really liked that it made you think and really analyze the situations. It was also great because these are scenarios that may actually happen in a school.” Staci D.
“The ideas to help students connect with the idea of empathy. This isn’t something we “teach” but allow teachable moments to run our classroom.” Diane M.
“I really love the podcast, the slowdown and reviewing it. I even did my lesson plan on it!” Melissa C.
“The stand out project in this lesson was the PowerPoint I created because I can actually use it in a classroom with students. It was a very practical, useful requirement for the class.” Denise P.