Explore the strategies involved in planning and executing inquiry-based lesson plans. The components of an inquiry-led lesson will be outlined and discussed, and participants will learn to develop and plan an inquiry-led lesson.
In this UMG-partnered course, you will learn how to implement literacy stations in your classroom as well as learn actionable steps for how to assess, group, and set up engaging literacy activities that will address the needs of all students, despite their individual reading levels.
In this UMG-partnered course, you will learn actionable steps for how to plan, assess, group, and implement effective and engaging math station activities in your classroom, along with dozens of resources ready to be used with your own students.
Learn what typical writing looks like for kindergarten through third-grade students, as well as some common writing tasks they can be expected to accomplish and learn the purpose of both holistic and analytic rubrics for writing assessment.
Learn what effective online learning looks like at any grade level and how to plan online lessons while ensuring security, a sense of community, effective online platform selection, and equity for all students.
Learn the importance of aligning your instructional strategies and activities with your learning objectives and assessments and how to build a lesson plan that supports engaging learning for all students.
Learn the value of incorporating frequent checks for understanding into your lesson plans and learn when CFUs need to be incorporated into a lesson cycle as well as how to use data to inform future instructional decisions.
This course will provide you with a detailed overview of social-emotional learning (SEL) and the value of incorporating SEL into the classroom to help improve academic success and emotional intelligence.
This course provides participants with specific methods to implement strategies in the classroom that foster student independence while still building strong classroom culture, expectations, and independence.
Teach students the importance of making thoughtful text annotations and how to use context clues to deepen understanding of a particular text. Also, learn how to instruct students at multiple grade levels, proper annotation techniques for reading assignments.
This course analyzes the six levels of the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy and how graphic organizers can be applied to each cognitive process dimension, allowing for targeted scaffolding of student thinking.
This course examines what learning objectives should look like and how to construct an objective based on your classroom learning standards that aligns well with your assessments and learning activities.