NYSED Courses - 1 Year Access (Individual)

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This subscription gives access to 9 NYSED approved courses for 1 year. The following courses are available:

  1. NO CHILD HELD BACK

The course will stress how to differentiate instruction on the individual level in order to maintain high student motivation, as well as keeping aligned with the new rigorous Common Core State Standards.

  1. ARTS INTEGRATION IN URBAN CLASSROOMS

The focus of this course is to support teachers by illustrating how integrating the Arts with the Common Core Learning Standards in ELA and History/Social Students can work together to help students master reading, writing, listening and speaking standards. It will improve teacher effectiveness and engagement of urban students for increased student achievement.

  1. ADHD AND LEARNING DISABILITIES: CLASSROOM INTERVENTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

This course will allow teachers to examine current research geared at helping all teachers work effectively with students with ADHD and learning disabilities. Teachers will understand the impact of ADHD on a student’s performance, the difference between male and female students with ADHD and be made aware of basic instructional strategies to implement in their classrooms.

  1. MATH MATTERS

The purpose of this course is to provide opportunities for participants to explore the eight multiple intelligences and their impact on math instruction. All students, regardless of their learning style, are entitled to being successful in mathematics.

  1. TEACHING RESPONSIBLE NUTRITION: ARE YOU REALLY HUNGRY

This course is designed to offer educators insight into why we eat. What triggers you to eat food? The course will examine how advertisers and food manufacturers manipulate and suggest certain foods. Teachers K-12 will be able to make conscious, healthier choices for their students and their classrooms.

  1. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS ENGAGE LEARNERS

Teachers will explore a variety of types of questions, consider the applications and intentions of those questions and identify the specific characteristics of essential questions. The second part of the course focuses on getting the most from the discussions, addresses challenges of implementation and provides suggestions for establishing a culture of inquiry in the classroom.

  1. COMPLICATED GRIEF-IDENTIFYING DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND OTHER RISKS IN THE CLASSROOM

This course is designed to offer educators insight into identifying those students as young as elementary age who suffer from depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and tendencies. The class will discuss the differences between having a bad day and depression, the difference between being anxious and having anxiety disorder and why so many kids are suffering with these disorders.

  1. ABCS OF BLENDED LEARNING

This course will explain the basics of blended learning and introduce the participant to basic and easy resources to start implementing blended learning into their classrooms tomorrow. Participants will create worksheets, lesson plans and a unit plan that put blended learning into practice. Blended learning provides the school with a variety of ways to address student needs, differentiate instruction, and provide teachers with data for instructional decision-making.

  1. ACTIVATING INNOVATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL THINKING IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION

This comprehensive instructional course provides educators and administrators with proven methods to create instructional units that will foster innovation and entrepreneurialism in students. It guides educators through a series of modules that will result in their understanding of the global achievement gap and how to include entrepreneurialism (local, social, and global) while strengthening speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills.