In this course, you will explore second language acquisition (SLA) and learn to understand the stages of acquiring a second language. You will also explore how SLA impacts educational experiences for multilingual learners’ cognitive processes, academic achievements, and socio-emotional growth.  Furthermore, this course introduces a variety of instructional strategies you can use in your classroom to support and engage your multilingual learners. Read more

This course is designed to introduce educators to the unique learning needs and challenges of today’s Multilingual learners (MLs). More than 55% of teachers in the United States have at least one ML in the classroom, making it critical for all educators to become familiar with the important roles that parent and community involvement, legal protections and policies, advocacy, and community organizing play in supporting these students in learning core academic content.  Read more

In this course, educators identify key elements of a trauma-informed pedagogy and design a healing-centered learning environment for students.  Read more

Many students are impacted by trauma, and educators need to understand how experiencing traumatic events can manifest in a variety of student behaviors. In this course, you will learn about the physiological, psychological, and behavioral impact of trauma on students and how to work with your multi-tiered support system (MTSS) in your school to support learners with trauma.   Read more

In this course, educators will learn how secondary traumatic stress, also called compassion fatigue, manifests and how to practice self-care to minimize or prevent secondary traumatic stress. Read more

Helping all children learn is our goal as educators. In this course, you will learn specific techniques and approaches to support learners who may be experiencing refugee trauma.  Read more

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