Checking For Understanding & Correcting Misconceptions in Elementary Math
This course will teach participants how to establish a classroom culture that is conducive to learning and sharing as well as a variety of ways to check their students’ understanding of elementary math content.
This course will teach you the different types of assessments, how to design effective and targeted assessment items, and how to build a detailed plan for your content area and grade-level to measure student progress.
Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) in The Science Classroom
This course will provide you with all the student templates, graphic organizers, rubrics, worksheets, and examples that you need to build a CER science lesson, and teach the CER process in your science classroom.
In this course, you will learn the 6 most common and low-prep models to plan and implement collaborative learning in your classroom and help you create a learning environment that promotes student discussion and success.
This quick course will help you plan for the design of a strong substitute teacher folder so that in the event of your absence, your substitute teacher can successfully deliver lessons. STRONG sub folder components are defined, with guidance on how to plan for your absence and ensure that your students will experience productive learning under your sub.
This quick course provides you with a guide to understanding effective IEP goals within a student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). You will learn about the main components of an IEP and why it is important to design strong goals for your students receiving special education services.
Effective Classroom Writing Strategies for English Language Learners
This course will demonstrate the importance of supporting the writing progress of ELL students and teach participants several specific support strategies they can implement in their classroom to support their ELL students through all stages of the writing process (before, during, and after writing) as well as how to monitor progress.
Effective Lab Reports: A Tool for Problem-Based Learning in Science
This Quick Course will introduce you to problem-based learning as the basis for lab experiments in your science classroom and show you a simple lab report template you can use to ensure students follow each step of the Scientific Method. This course also comes with a lab report template, ready to use in the classroom.