Educators will be able to define and describe implicit and explicit bias and identify how bias influences decisions, actions, and behaviors with students and families. Educators will also identify specific actions they can take to disrupt bias in their classrooms, schools, and districts. Read More

Educators will be able to define and describe implicit and explicit bias and identify how bias influences decisions, actions, and behaviors with students and families. Educators will also identify specific actions they can take to disrupt bias in their classrooms, schools, and districts. Read More

If you've heard about the benefits of administration, the education association/union, and other education stakeholders working together in partnership to co-create solutions that benefit students, and want to get started this course is for you. This course can guide you to develop a sustainable system of labor-management collaboration in your district or school. Read More

Educators will be able to define and describe implicit and explicit bias and identify how bias influences decisions, actions, and behaviors with students and families. Educators will also identify specific actions they can take to disrupt bias in their classrooms, schools, and districts. Read More

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) defined social emotional learning (SEL) more than two decades ago. Today, CASEL supports states, districts, and schools and convenes leading thinkers to ensure SEL is a priority in schools nationwide. CASEL’s mission is to help make evidence-based SEL an integral part of preK-12 education. Their work is critical at a time when educators, parents, students, and employers increasingly recognize the value of SEL. Read More

This course is designed for educators who want to improve their response to challenging student behaviors. Having a student with challenging behavior can be disruptive and interfere with other students' learning. It can also be one of the most stressful situations that educators face. The good news is there are proven strategies that can ease the situation and help educators form positive relationships with all students in the process.  Read More

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