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

As adults, we may already be well aware of our own strengths and skills when it comes to building and maintaining relationships. However, occasionally “checking in” with this skill set is also important for continued growth. This course will guide you to consider the importance of your current relationships skills set and help you better understand them in your professional community. As an educator, you are already well aware that relationships connect directly to learning.   Read More

In the ever-changing education landscape, educators and students are constantly required to make decisions that impact them and others. In order to analyze situations and solve problems, individuals must make constructive choices about their personal behavior and their social interactions.   During this course, participants will take a journey of self-reflection and growth while exploring the Responsible Decision-Making competency.  Read More

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) has identified five competencies that are crucial to effective social and emotional learning for children and adults. Self-awareness is one of those competencies, and this course will guide educators through personal self-examination. Read More

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