Have questions about teaching and learning online in K-12? Want to learn about what it takes to become an online teacher in a fun and interactive learning environment? Participants in this course will learn to teach online—by learning to learn online.
This course prepares teachers to combine traditional texts and educational media—such as e-books, videos, and digital games—to develop student literacies for 21st-century family, civic, and career contexts.
Explorations are classroom-embedded professional development experiences for K-12 teachers. Through the Discussion Group for this Exploration, you’ll share questions, reflections, and resources with other teachers who are teaching problem solving in mathematics.
This self-paced course is for educators seeking strategies to help students with LBLD manage the demands of today’s classrooms. It provides ready-to-use resources to support lessons in all grades and subjects based on Landmark’s Six Teaching Principles™.
Learn what educators (especially those who use project-based learning) need to know about using and sharing creative work in ways that are legal and ethical, both in the classroom and online. Also, learn how to teach these essential digital citizenship skills to students.
This course is for teachers or professional development providers who want to make their courses more engaging. Learn how to use badges to motivate students, recognize learning or add an element of gamification to courses.
This is a course on classroom foreign language teaching methodology primarily for new instructors at the high school and university level. The examples are in English, Italian, French and Spanish (with translations in English of the non-English examples).
We all love things that are free! But not all free is easy to find, nor is it created equal. Together we will explore how to find and implement free teaching and learning resources, technologies, tools, and applications for learners ages 5 to 95.