Category "Teaching & Education"

  • Fueling Creativity in the Classroom

    All teachers want children to fulfill their creative potential, but teachers and other adults often unintentionally stifle creativity.  Fueling Creativity in the Classroom is designed to help teachers know and understand the skills that children need to thrive in the future: knowing how to learn, passion and curiosity, people skills, and creativity.  Teachers need to ensure that every single early childhood setting is a place where ideas can grow and our course will help new and seasoned teachers with their approach in fostering creativity for the students in their classrooms.
  • Differentiation for the Elementary Classroom

    The elementary classroom today, is more diverse, inclusive, and plugged in to technology than ever before and although schools today are changing so rapidly, the power of differentiation remains the same and the need is ever growing! Teachers today are under tremendous pressure to help ensure students meet a set of rigorous, standardized learning topics.  Differentiation in the Elementary Classroom will guide teachers with the division of time, resources, and efforts to effectively instruct their students.
  • Discover a Career as a Teaching Assistant

    Our Discover a Career as a Teaching Assistant courses provides a comprehensive overview of this rewarding career in the education field. Our course covers the various ways paraprofessionals support the overall development of the child and it also introduces effective instructional strategies and behavior management techniques. Understanding ways paraprofessionals support the classroom, academically and emotionally, will help define how vital this profession is.  
  • Rookie Teacher Survival Guide

    New teachers in the world of early childhood education can easily become overwhelmed by lesson plans, behavior management, and children's individual needs. This course provides an overview of proper reflective teaching practices, tools to reflect on lesson plan activities, and suggestions for monitoring and encouraging student achievement. Having the right tools as a new teacher provides valuable insight into the world of early education and its many challenges and rewards!
  • Preschool Fun Ideas!

    Preschool Fun Ideas is an overview of age appropriate practices for early childhood educators. This course covers the fundamentals of creating engaging and nurturing learning centers, discusses the importance of each learning domain, gives examples of activities to incorporate into your daily schedule, and gives you a hands on experience creating your own lesson plan.
  • Chemistry Helper

    Our Introduction to Chemistry course will prepare students to continue their education in Chemistry by helping them build a foundational knowledge of atoms and matter: their structure, properties, and interactions. Focusing on topics that students typically struggle with, our course will provide exposure to many types of calculations, as well as step-by-step approaches to solving them. Our students will be equipped with the tools and the confidence to break down problems and apply chemistry concepts to the real world.
  • GED® Math Test Preparation

    Get ready to create your own path to GED Math success!  Our course will prepare you take the Mathematics portion of the GED exam with a study plan to fit your needs.  This GED math review course will provide several resources from strategies, review of materials, test-taking tips, practice exercises, and exams. 
  • GED® Test Preparation

    This course will prepare you take the GED (General Education Development) test.  The GED test is broken into five-test sections.  The sections included in this course are Language Arts, Writing, Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Math.  This online course provides many resources from test-taking tips and strategies, exercises, assignments, and practice test with explanation of answers.  The testing format will be explained and broken down to highlight the current testing areas along with the content each of the sections will cover.
  • A Parent's Guide to Adolescents

    Why do they act that way? That is the question all parents of teenagers have asked themselves at one time or another. Understanding those not children, but not yet adult humans that take over the house is no easy feat. They have bad manners, contempt for authority, disrespect for elders, and spend all their time sleeping and playing video games. This course addresses what modern teens face today and delves into physiological and psychological issues that turn our loving kids into surely teenagers.
  • The Flipped Classroom

    Are you ready to flip your classroom?  Thinking about using a less than traditional method of teaching in your class?  After learning about the history of the “flipped classroom,” you will look at how the roles and expectations of students and teachers change when using this model.  No longer are students using textbooks and sitting in rows with a chalkboard.  Today’s generation is using the Internet and technology to approach learning.  Teachers are facilitator’s and encourage learning through interacting with the students, not lecturing.

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