This Quick Course will teach you what Webb’s DOK is and how it is related to rigor. You’ll learn about activities associated with each level of DOK, and how each level is related to a standard, lesson objective, and assessment or activities.
This Quick Course will provide you with a quick look and overview of what Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is, and the components that make up each UDL principle. You’ll learn about strategies that follow the UDL model so that you can create lessons that support every student in your classroom.
This quick course will help you to understand common logical fallacies and consider how you might address fallacies within your lessons. You will learn about the structure of a sound logical argument, 12 fallacies that occur in flawed arguments, and examples for each fallacy.
This quick course provides you with a guide to designing a behavior contract for a student in your classroom. You will learn about choosing reinforcers for a desired student behavior, considering tracking methods and behavior contract design, and general ideas for effective behavior contract implementation.
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.
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.
This quick course will help you to understand divergent thinking and its role in creativity. You will learn about specific activities that can help you foster and support divergent thinking in your students and receive a resource packet consisting of printables for divergent thinking student activities.
This Quick Course will teach you about the need for students with Autism to work within a predictable and structured environment. In order to lessen anxiety, improve behaviors, and create calm and peace within your classroom.
This Quick Course will teach you how to design strong and impactful Field Trips for your students. You will learn the important components required for planning and logistics when proposing field trips to your school administration. You will also learn how to build an experience that reinforces content knowledge learned in the classroom.
This quick course describes eight components of professionalism within the teaching profession. You will reflect on areas of growth and improvement for yourself and then learn some simple strategies you can implement now to improve professionalism. This course will help you evaluate your professionalism and find ways to enhance your teaching performance in the classroom.
This Quick Course will teach you about common tasks required of teachers on a daily basis, and ideas for streamlining your tasks to make your planning time more efficient. Doing this, you’ll set your day up for success so that you can focus more time on what matters most- teaching your students!
This quick course provides you with some characteristics of professionalism and how certain personality traits help exemplify that professionalism. You will also learn about some negative perceptions that may be associated with positive character traits, with some simple suggestions to begin shifting perceptions toward a positive, more professional outlook of yourself.
Learn why recitation in the classroom can be an important component of your student’s educational journey. This Quick Course teaches the process of rote memorization of important and influential texts, and considerations for recitation through oral presentation.
In this Quick Course, we will review several online tools to incorporate into your online lessons that will allow you to quickly evaluate and assess your students. You will learn common strategies to assess your students online and will be provided with resources that will help you plan and implement these new strategies & tools.
This Quick Course will provide you with simple ideas for supporting your ELL students in learning Tier 2 and Tier 3 academic vocabulary. You’ll understand the different tiers of academic vocabulary, and simple ways to easily support your ELL students during your lesson.
Learn simple strategies to move students toward authentic engagement in your classroom. This Quick Course explains the three main types of engagement, reviews the levels of engagement, and provides strategies for specific elements of teaching that you can use to engage your students.
This quick course will provide you with methods to teach specific problem-solving strategies to students in your math or math-based science class. You will learn some common challenges students face when completing word problems, and some solutions teachers can use to address and be provided with student-facing printable resources.
(1 Hour) This Quick Course will teach you about types of trauma, the signs of trauma in adolescents, and how you can implement strategies to support a trauma-informed classroom. You’ll learn a specific approach to the design of your classroom and its culture so that you are maintaining a safe space that supports all students.
This Quick Course will teach you about types of trauma, the signs of trauma in children, and how you can design a trauma-informed classroom. You’ll learn a specific approach to the design of your classroom and its culture so that you are maintaining a safe space that supports all children.
(1 Hour) This quick course will help you better understand your students that have been diagnosed with ADHD. You will learn the types of ADHD, common symptoms of ADHD, and general strategies to incorporate into your classroom so that all students can be successful.
This quick course will help you better understand your students that have been diagnosed with dyslexia. You will learn about the common weaknesses in certain skills for children with dyslexia, common symptoms of dyslexia, and general strategies and ideas to incorporate into your classroom so that all students can be successful.
This Quick Course will explain retrieval practice and why it is important in the math classroom. You will learn how to incorporate simple retrieval practice strategies into your math lessons to help improve student memory and deepen their understanding of math concepts.