In this course, participants will explore the importance of establishing classroom management rituals and routines along with positive behavior supports with their online students in a remote classroom. Read more

This course will guide educators through the many options for online collaboration and communication with students, families, and colleagues. More specifically, these tools can be used to ease the communication process between school and home in the event of remote learning .  Read more

In this course, you will learn about the equity challenges caused by the necessity for remote learning, as well as the opportunities you have as educators to to minimize their impact. Read more

This online course is designed for community college educators and trainers who want to facilitate an online learning and/or blended learning course.  This course introduces participants to online course design methods, along with ideas for instructional technology integration.  There will be an emphasis on research-based practices for online course design and student engagement. This course also outlines methods to evaluate, select, and implement appropriate technology in an instructional setting. Read more

In this course, you will explore asynchronous digital tools and learn how you can use them to write engaging lessons that meet the needs of all of your students—including the needs of English language learners, special needs students, and students who are above or below grade level in reading and writing. Read more

Anyone in the education profession knows that working with students involves more than just subject matter and teaching methods. We teach students first, building relationships with young people that necessitate our awareness of when things might be going wrong for them.  This course will take you through how to become a trauma-informed educator, with special application to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The activities, journaling, exploration, and sharing that is suggested in this course will help you solidify concepts about trauma-informed teaching and process how they can be useful in your online or physical classroom. Read more

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