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Self-Paced Online Courses

The Albion Center for Professional Development at Idaho State University offers a growing catalog of online self-paced courses for all educators. Please read the following information before registering for any course.

  • Our courses are $55/credit. There are no course fees.
  • You do not have to be admitted to the university to take PD courses.
  • Our courses are transcribed as graduate level, non-degree, semester credits.
  • There is a limit of 30 credits per semester, and we do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two-week period has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 14 business days to submit your grades. You can then Request a Transcript at no cost.
  • Important! It is your responsibility to ensure that our courses will be accepted by your state and/or district for certification renewal and salary advancement. We do not offer refunds and this policy must be acknowledged when you register.

To find instructions on how to register for multiple courses at once, please refer to our FAQ.

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Assessment Courses

This course is designed to build an understanding of effective classroom assessment techniques. Emphasis on the psychometric properties of classroom assessments (reliability, validity, and absence-of-bias) will support teachers' educational practices and their ability to select appropriate assessment techniques. Participants will reflect on their own classroom assessments, identifying areas of improvement and developing effective assessments for examining students understanding of classroom topics. The course provides educators with the tools to help align their instruction and assessment to improve student success in the classroom.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41919
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Meet the Course Creator: Ali Mondt

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The history and purposes of academic grading have led academia to conflicting expectations and approaches both on the part of teacher and student. In many cases, grades have come to represent something other than accomplishment of course objectives, often resulting in a discouraging experience for those who grade. Different perspectives will be provided against the backdrop of current practices so that teachers and institutions can consider potential improvements to said current practices. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41942
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Randy Simonson

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This course will explore the concepts of assessment and how it can accelerate learning. Students will access prior knowledge of assessment to synthesize resources in determining the applicable definition of the term "assessment". Students will read about the impact a classroom culture for assessment-capable learning has on student ownership and motivation to learn. Lastly, Students will be asked to make connections from their own experiences using a practitioner lens of assessing student learning.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41952
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Kelli Rich

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Creative Courses

In today's digital world, it is becoming more and more important for teachers to become digitally literate and provide classroom experiences that are engaging for students both in the physical and virtual classroom. This includes knowing how to create visually appealing content as well as teaching students these concepts to use in their work. This course is a review of the elements of art and how a teacher should use and incorporate the elements in their course materials to promote engagement as well as helping students use them as a means of expressing understanding. The elements of art include line, shape, form, space, value, color, texture, and type. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41955
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Meet the Course Creator: Spencer Christensen

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The purpose of this professional development course is to help you understand the principles of design. Understanding these principles will help you create more engaging content that will increase student learning (especially those who are more visual learners). This will also help you in assessing student work that is creative in nature as you will have guiding principles on which to base your assessments. Lastly, the course will help you be more creative! 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41957
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Meet the Course Creator: Spencer Christensen

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This professional development course provides practical strategies and methods of implementing movement and music in the K-12 classroom that are flexible and modifiable for various ages and class levels. Movement and music are aspects of education that are not often addressed when planning a curriculum. Brain research and educational studies have shown that movement and music play a critical role in cognition and comprehension.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41961
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Meet the Course Creators: Dawn Fitzpatrick, John Fitzpatrick

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English/Literacy Courses

The purpose of this professional development course is to provide participants the opportunity to learn in-depth about reading and writing disabilities, with a special focus on dyslexia. The first module of the course begins by introducing the topic of dyslexia as well as the Idaho-related laws/rules, standards, and recommended practices related to dyslexia. The following modules build upon one another, starting with a review of skilled reading and writing basics, followed by in-depth information on learning disabilities and dyslexia.

This course meets the professional development and recertification requirements for the State of Idaho as per Idaho Code 33-1811.4(a-c). 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41918
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Amanda L. Eller

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The writing skills learned in elementary school are foundational to success in later years and adult life. What are the foundational writing skills elementary students learn, what are some engaging strategies for teaching these skills, and what are some activities to support growth of these skills? This course will answer these questions and give you a more well-rounded view of writing in elementary school. Topics to be covered include parts of speech, sentence writing, writing mechanics, the steps of the writing process, the 6+1 traits of writing, narrative writing, expository, and persuasive writing.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41923
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Meet the Course Creator: Shannon Ament

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This course addresses all the English Learner Professional Development Quality Standards, provides teachers a foundational knowledge of first and second language acquisition and literacy development, explores tools and strategies for selecting curricular materials, making literacy and content more accessible to English learners, and discusses equitable assessments that better support English learners for success in the classroom. This course may fulfill the mandate for teachers in Colorado.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41925
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Meet the Course Creator: Shu-Yuan Lin

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We know teaching children to read is critical to academic success but what are the building blocks to teaching reading? In this course teachers will develop in-depth understandings of the building blocks of reading and explore strategies for teaching these building blocks. Topics to be included include phonemic/phonological awareness, phonics, sight words, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Also, included is a bonus module on writing as it's an important next step and important to overall literacy. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41927
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Meet the Course Creator: Shannon Ament

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Through the completion of each module, educators will learn/review best practices of instruction and assessment in literacy as related to current research. This includes phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, vocabulary development, and the writing process. The first module contains introductory and background material. Then the four modules aligned to Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Standards I-IV each have an instructional section and an assessment. This course is designed to meet the intent of Idaho Code §33-1207A and will provide practical application of the Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Standards and Idaho’s Comprehensive Literacy Plan. In the state of Idaho, this course is required for anyone pursuing initial or interim certification in Idaho with an alternative-route program, transfer certification from another state, or reinstatement of an expired Idaho certificate for the following endorsements: All Subjects K-8; Blended Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education Birth through Grade 3 and Pre-K through Grade 6; Deaf/Hard of Hearing K-12; Early Childhood Special Education Pre-K-3; Exceptional Child Generalist K-8, 6-12, and K-12; Visual Impairment K-12. (Not required for those completing a traditional initial certification educator preparation program at an Idaho institution.)

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41931
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Amanda L. Eller

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The purpose of this professional development course is to give participants the knowledge and tools they need to implement more phonics into their classroom. First, participants will be given the research behind the need for phonics instruction. They will then use that knowledge to discover the different parts of phonics and all the skills that embody that general term. Lastly, participants will find strategies and activities that they can incorporate into their classroom and possibly be a leader for phonics instruction in their school.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41936
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Meet the Course Creator: Emily Smith

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Through the completion of each module, educators will learn or refresh their understandings of best practices in content literacy as related to current research. This includes advanced fluency, vocabulary development, comprehension, and the writing process. The first module contains introductory and background material. The modules aligned to Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Standards II and IV each have an instructional section and an assessment. This course is designed to meet the intent of Idaho Code §33-1207A and will provide practical application of the Literacy Standards and Idaho’s Comprehensive Literacy Plan. In the state of Idaho, this course is required for anyone pursuing initial or interim certification in Idaho with an alternative-route program, transfer certification from another state, or reinstatement of an expired Idaho certificate for the following endorsements: Secondary Education 6-12 (all content areas); Music Education K-12; Physical Education K-12; Art Education K-12. (Not required for those completing a traditional initial certification educator preparation program at an Idaho institution.)

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41947
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Amanda L. Eller

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Exceptionalities And Disabilities

As learning disabilities are more easily identified in the inclusive classroom, it's becoming more important than ever for educators at every level to become knowledgeable of how to meet the learning needs of every student. This course is designed to help educators understand and meet the needs of students with learning disabilities of all kinds. In this course, educators will examine current laws, common learning disabilities in the classroom, and pertinent information on how to accommodate students with learning disabilities. In addition, you'll develop strategies for creating a positive classroom culture that encourages academic success and a desire to learn.  

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41903
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Meet the Course Creator: Aubrey Eldredge

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The purpose of this professional development course is to provide the appropriate knowledge and resources to teachers and professionals by selecting and implementing the best scientifically-based research practices. This includes knowledge and resources on instructions and interventions that meet the needs of all students in school settings across different levels of the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) framework and align with the student's Individualized Education Program. Participants will learn to differentiate MTSS, Response to Intervention (RtI), and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), use problem-solving processes, choose and evaluate interventions, and collaborate with professionals and parents.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41934
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Celal Perihan

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Based on the high frequency of Attention- deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), educators will likely have at least one student with ADHD per class, if not more. Few educators receive training on this neurological disorder, which can lead to great frustration among the teacher, student and student’s parents. However, with insight into this condition, educators can unlock the superpowers of the ADHD brain and can greatly affect the student’s learning experience and sense of self. The purpose of this course is to equip you as an educator to understand the ADHD brain and specific ADHD informed tools for affected students’ social, emotional, and academic growth. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41970
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Meet the Course Creator: Allie Sever

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Leadership Courses

This course introduces the basic management strategies discussed in CHAMPS a Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management (2nd edition). The purpose of this professional development course is to help teachers identify the strengths and weaknesses of their current classroom management plan. Participants will deepen their understanding of strategies that can improve unwanted behaviors in the classroom leading to less disruptions and more fluent learning. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41908
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Meet the Course Creator: Nichole Neill-Garza

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This course will focus on the role of mastery-based feedback for supervision and evaluation in Idaho. Participants will develop competency in Idaho’s Framework for Teacher Evaluations and explore assessment literacy as it relates to gathering accurate evidence. This course satisfies administrator certificate renewal requirements in Idaho. This online course is also open to any administrator or teacher seeking PD credit, whether to satisfy the requirement or not.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41915
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Emma Wood

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This course is designed to equip current and aspiring school administrators with the essential knowledge and skills needed to lead educational institutions with impact and excellence. This course will provide participants an opportunity to delve into the core principles of leadership, emphasizing the creation of a positive school culture and climate. From developing a compelling vision for the school to fostering collaboration, effective communication, and data-driven decision-making, participants will gain practical insights and strategies. Participants will explore the critical role of instructional leadership, supporting professional development, and navigating challenges with adaptability and resilience. Throughout this course participants will not only enhance their leadership capabilities but also learn to contribute to the overall success and well-being of their school community.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41920
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Meet the Course Creator: Nichole Neill-Garza

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This course is designed to explore ethical behavior and leadership principles to refine critical thinking and decision-making skills. Participants will examine different types of leadership interactions and how they can be influential to individual relationships. Participants will also have the opportunity to explore the process of ethical decision-making as future leaders in education. By understanding leadership principles and ethical behaviors, teachers can build and maintain stronger relationships with their students by determining the best practices of leaders in education and how they make ethical decisions. Educators can also reflect on personal, social, and ethical behaviors to reinforce positive ethical decisions.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41938
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Ali Mondt

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Math Courses

The mathematics skills students learn in elementary school are foundational to success in later school years and adult life. What are the foundational math skills elementary students learn, what are some engaging strategies for teaching these skills, and what are activities teachers can use to build these skills? This course will answer these questions and give you a more well-rounded view of math in elementary school. Topics to be covered include: Place Value, Operations (addition/subtraction, multiplication/division), Geometry, Fractions, Measurement, Counting Money, and Basic Facts!

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41922
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Meet the Course Creator: Shannon Ament

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This course will have strategies and practical applications to help you support your students as they learn and master basic addition and multiplication facts. Math fact mastery is a process, and addition and multiplication facts are best developed through reasoning strategies. You will also walk away with ready-to-implement games and ideas to elevate your math fact instruction. The learning for this course will include: understanding the developmental nature of learning math facts, mastering basic math fact objectives, reasoning for addition/subtraction facts, reasoning for multiplication/division facts, and remediation and assessment objectives.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41940
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Meet the Course Creator: Angie Godfrey

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The fundamental principles and procedures of statistical analysis are introduced in this course. Basic concepts including probability, random variables, and sampling distributions are covered before moving on to more complex concepts like hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, and multi-group analysis. Students will learn how to examine educational data using statistical software and come to meaningful conclusions. The significance of successfully evaluating and conveying statistical results, both orally and in writing, will also be emphasized in the course. The use of statistical analysis in education and educational administration will be demonstrated to students through case studies and practical exercises. By the end of the course, students will be able to critically assess statistical arguments and data-based claims and have a thorough introduction to statistical theory and its applications in an educational setting.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41950
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Meet the Course Creator: Jacob Hubers

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This course will explore topics related to neuroscience and the development of number sense from preschool to adolescence. Students will learn how working memory and the importance of meaningful experiences in math class contributes to deeper understanding of mathematical concepts. Students will reflect on a variety of instructional practices centered on the development of number sense to learn complex mathematical operations. Students will learn why meaningful mathematics experiences that are exciting and relevant with purposefully planned lessons support the Idaho Content Mathematics Standards.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41954
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Kelli Rich

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This course will delve into the significance of spatial reasoning in elementary mathematics. The aim is to help students understand the value of meaningful experiences in math class, which can lead to a deeper level of conceptual understanding of mathematical concepts. Through an exploration of various instructional practices, the course will focus on the development of spatial reasoning skills to facilitate learning of mathematical concepts. Additionally, the course will examine how spatial reasoning and visual mathematical models align with the Idaho Content Mathematics Standards.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41971
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Kelli Rich

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Mental Health Courses

This professional development course will help you gain understanding of trauma responses and dysregulation that present as behaviors. You will learn about a variety of research-based programs that can be used in classroom management practices to help build resilient learners. This course is broken into six Modules. You will acquire knowledge about the brain and its functions and about trauma responses and dysregulation in the brain (fight, flight, freeze) as well as how they may present as behaviors in Module 1 and 2. Next, you will learn about six different research-based programs and some of the recommended strategies that can be used in classroom management to help build resilient learners in Modules 3-5. Finally, you will learn more about classroom integration of varying program components in Module 6.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41974
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This 8-module Suicide Prevention course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge, skills, and compassion needed to effectively address and prevent suicide. Grounded in evidence-based practices and expert insights, the course covers a comprehensive range of topics, from understanding the complexities of suicide to implementing intervention and postvention strategies. These modules offer a dynamic blend of theoretical concepts, real-world experiences, and practical communication techniques, ensuring participants develop a holistic understanding of suicide prevention.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41953
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. William Lane

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Every year children enter classrooms with a higher likelihood of childhood trauma. Incarceration, divorce, abuse of all forms, and children's mental health issues are just the tip of the iceberg of trauma that teachers are dealing with on a daily basis in their classrooms. In this course, participants will learn to identify various traumas that affect learners in today's classrooms. Participants will learn to develop specific behavior strategies and plans to help learners suffering from childhood trauma, so they can be successful learners in the classroom.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41958
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Meet the Course Creator: Nichole Neill-Garza

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This Youth and Mental Health course will provide teachers, administrators, and teacher educators with information regarding mental health and its impact on children and adolescents. Educators will be introduced to the importance of mental health in the P-12 setting. They will understand the history of mental health and the disorders affecting young people including mood disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, trauma and more. Educators will learn about the professions and systems that provide counseling, mental health treatment, and diagnoses. School policies and procedures will also be discussed as they relate to mental health and collaborating with mental health professionals.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41962
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. William Lane

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Miscellaneous Courses

This course utilizes behavioral principles of psychology to enable students to set and maintain goals. This class will first introduce the concept of SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound) before teaching introductory principles of behavioral psychology, including operant and classical conditioning. Finally, this class will integrate these behavioral principles with SMART goals to better aid individuals in goal achievement.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41905
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Meet the Course Creator: Sierra Baca-Zeff

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The purpose of this professional development course is to study the effective implementation of small groups within a classroom. Using research behind building small groups and how to implement them effectively, you will leave this course with a plan for building and implementing effective small group instruction within your classroom. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41906
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Meet the Course Creator: Mandi Tompkins

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The Community Schools strategy is gaining a lot of momentum as an effective way to support communities that have long been underserved. What is a Community School though? There is a saying within in the Community Schools movement that, "If you've been to one community school, you've been to one community school." Each Community School should be different based on the unique needs of that community. That being said, there are certain foundational concepts to be explored such as: what a community school is, the four pillars of a comprehensive community schools strategy, the needs assessment process, shared decision-making teams, government policy, and the stages of development. This course will help you understand the fundamentals to become a Community Schools Champion!

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41909
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Meet the Course Creator: Shannon Ament

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This course covers the key design elements and teaching practices of Project Based Learning (PBL). Teachers will learn how to align projects with curriculum standards, challenge students to solve real-world problems, and foster inquiry, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. The course will also cover assessing and providing feedback, coaching and classroom management strategies, ways to scaffold learning for student success, and facilitating effective reflection practices. By the end of the course, teachers will have a deep understanding of PBL and will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to design and implement effective PBL projects in their own classrooms.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41916
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Meet the Course Creator: Megan Snader

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The purpose of this professional development course is to help teachers understand, find, and apply for grants to fund supplies, training, and other initiatives for the enhancement of their individual classroom, school, or entire school district. 

At the end of this course you should be able to:

  1. Understand what grants are and how they can help with funding needs.
  2. Find available grants to fit your needs.
  3. Begin preparing your project for the application process.
  4. Write a grant to fund your project.
  5. Understand the grant period after an approved grant.
  6. Complete a final grant report.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41930
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Meet the Course Creator: Shannon Marx

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This course is designed to deepen educators' understanding of effective learning and instructional strategies for addressing students’ diverse learning styles. Participants will examine and reflect on how to teach academic concepts to meet the student's individual needs and foster student success in the classroom. The course also provides reinforcement of classroom techniques and methods that can be applied to support student learning through evidence-informed pedagogical ideas and methodologies. Individuals who take this course can reflect on the teaching strategies most suited for the current level of knowledge of the students, the concepts being taught, and the student's learning stage.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41932
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Ali Mondt

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The purpose of this professional development course is to empower educators with a comprehensive understanding of restorative practices and provide them with the tools necessary to integrate these principles into their classrooms. Through eight modules, you will delve into the fundamental concepts of restorative practices, gaining practical insights and strategies for creating a supportive learning environment. This course focuses on addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) scores within the context of restorative practices, equipping educators with diverse ways to handle each student's needs. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41945
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Meet the Course Creator: Aubrey Eldredge

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Physical Education Courses

This course is designed to help coaches and athletic administrators in the recognition, treatment, and ultimately prevention of common injuries associated with sport participation. It will introduce you to the basic care, prevention, evaluation, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Additional guidance is provided to help coaches learn basic athletic taping techniques.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41907
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Caroline Faure

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Part one of a three-part professional development program on creating safe sporting experiences. In part one, participants will first learn research supported strategies to develop a moral community in physical activity/sport settings. Next, participants will gain awareness of bullying and abuse common in sport settings, and learn tools to create a positive and safe sport culture. Finally, participants will comprehend and apply the laws and legal responsibilities required of those working in physical activity/sport settings.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41911
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Meet the Course Creators: Dr. Elaine Foster, Dr. Karla Judge, Dr. Dani M Moffit

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Part two of a three-part professional development program on creating safe sporting experiences. In part one, participants will first learn research supported strategies to develop a moral community in physical activity/sport settings. Next, participants will gain awareness of bullying and abuse common in sport settings, and learn tools to create a positive and safe sport culture. Finally, participants will comprehend and apply the laws and legal responsibilities required of those working in physical activity/sport settings.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41912
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Meet the Course Creators: Dr. Dani M Moffit, Dr. Elaine Foster, Dr. Karla Judge

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Part three of a three-part professional development program on creating safe sporting experiences. In part one, participants will first learn research supported strategies to develop a moral community in physical activity/sport settings. Next, participants will gain awareness of bullying and abuse common in sport settings, and learn tools to create a positive and safe sport culture. Finally, participants will comprehend and apply the laws and legal responsibilities required of those working in physical activity/sport settings.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41913
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Meet the Course Creators: Dr. Karla Judge, Dr. Elaine Foster, Dr. Dani M Moffit

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The purpose of this professional development course is to explore some of the many legal issues surrounding coaches and sport administrators in the school setting. This course will explore the law as it relates to sport in each of the following areas: Tort (including risk management planning and negligence), Constitutional protections, discrimination (including due process requirements and guidance related to drug testing athletes and also allowing religious prayer), Title IX, legal issues in athletic health care, emergency action planning, Safe Sport, and hiring considerations.  

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41939
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Caroline Faure

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Psychological Skills are an underutilized repertoire of skills that can be used to enhance personal and athletic performance. This class will teach High School Coaches what psychological skills are, how they can embed them within their coaching, and how those skills can transfer to student and personal achievement for their athletes. After taking this course, coaches will have a better understanding of: 1) What psychological skills are and how they work, 2) Agents of behavioral change (self-efficacy), 3) Cognitive mechanisms of performance enhancement, 4) Real-world applications of psychological skills to the coaching profession.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41943
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Michael Konrad

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The purpose of this professional development course is to explore some of the many legal issues surrounding coaches and sport administrators in the school setting. This course will explore the law as it relates to sport in each of the following areas: Tort (including risk management planning and negligence), Constitutional protections, discrimination (including due process requirements and guidance related to drug testing athletes and also allowing religious prayer), Title IX, legal issues in athletic health care, emergency action planning, Safe Sport, and hiring considerations.  

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41944
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Caroline Faure 

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Psychology Courses

The purpose of this professional development course is to provide educators with the necessary skills and strategies need to successfully implement a trauma based discipline approach in their classroom. Participants will be able to reflect and analyze their own classroom culture, and identify changes that need to be made. 

This course introduces and familiarizes students with Dr. Becky Bailey's Conscious Discipline program. Implementing this program will help develop relationships with students that in turn improve the cultures of classrooms. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41910
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Meet the Course Creator: Justine Cook

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Welcome to "Fostering a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Learners," a dynamic and transformative course designed for educators and school leaders who are committed to fostering a positive mindset in their classrooms and schools. This course focuses on the positive impact a growth mindset has for school communities. Through a combination of insightful discussions, engaging activities, and real-world applications, participants will not only gain a deep understanding of growth mindset principles but will also learn how to integrate these principles into their teaching practices. This course equips participants with the knowledge, strategies, and practical tools to instill a growth mindset in learners, teachers, and entire school communities.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41926
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Meet the Course Creator: Nichole Neill-Garza

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Practicing mindfulness assists all individuals. When practicing mindfulness in education, teachers must recognize their emotional patterns while proactively regulating how they behave and respond appropriately. Mindfulness in education provides many positive benefits such as increased attention and focus, achieving effective emotional regulation, the ability to empathize and take perspective, decreased stress, and many others. Research discovers that mindfulness correlates with better academic performance and provides a better environment. Professionals who take this course will develop valuable methods within the classroom.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41941
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Meet the Course Creator: Krystal Tanzer

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This course utilizes behavioral principles of psychology to explain food decision-making, exploring both internal and external phenomena which may affect eating behaviors. First, this class will define the construct of health and identify foods which constitute a healthy diet. Second, this class will introduce behavioral principles of operant and classical conditioning to explain food decision-making in everyday environments. Lastly, this course will explore the role of diet culture in western societies, identifying negative health outcomes that may stem from dieting and introducing evidence-based alternatives to facilitate healthy decision-making. Please note: This course has information about eating disorders and some resources include age-restricted videos on YouTube.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41972
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Meet the Course Creator: Sierra Baca-Zeff

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Social-emotional learning (SEL) is a course that determines the importance of five core skills that promote self-awareness, self-management, social development, and overall individual growth. The process of SEL is for one to develop specific social and emotional skills that are vital in everyday life. Students will understand the competencies throughout the course and apply the knowledge to their education and all areas of life. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41948
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Meet the Course Creator: Krystal Tanzer

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Science Courses

This course will introduce students to the principles of associative conditioning and choice behaviors. Basic concepts include classical conditioning and operant conditioning which are introduced before delving into choice behavior. Classical conditioning will include the three learning phases (acquisition, extinction, and spontaneous recovery) while explaining how different stimuli (neutral, unconditioned, conditioned) produce responses (conditioned or unconditioned). Additionally, operant conditioning will include the three learning phases mentioned beforehand; however, this will also introduce reinforcements (reinforcements/punishments) and reinforcer schedules (ratio/interval) and the resulting responses in behavior. Lastly, to extend conditioning, this course will include motivating operations which can change the value of reinforcers which relate to changes in behavior. Educational environments can benefit from behavioral understanding of choice and increase wanted behaviors.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41935
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Meet the Course Creator: Alam Alvarado

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This course aims to increase scientific literacy while introducing education professionals to the core ideas of scientific investigation. The course covers a variety of topics, including the nature of science, the scientific method, scientific reasoning, and scientific communication. Students will participate in practical exercises, case studies, and discussions throughout the course to help them better understand the scientific method, how scientific information is produced, and how it can be applied in education and education administration. Additionally, students will learn how to assess arguments and supporting data, as well as how to differentiate between trustworthy and questionable information sources. The emphasis of the course will be on the value of scientific literacy and how it can be utilized to make informed decisions on broader issues in education. Additionally, students will learn how to critically assess the social and cultural consequences of scientific information as well as the ethical issues that are inherent in scientific research.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41946
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Meet the Course Creator: Jacob Hubers

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Sociology Courses

This is a professional development course to help educators understand how to build civics education into their class curriculum. First, participants will focus on the need for civics education including new research and laws about civics education. Second, participants will be able to identify how media and equity are important factors in civics education. Participants in this course will also be able to access resources leading to various student-centered approaches including civil discourse and civic learning in action. By the end of this course, participants will have a better understanding of civics education including resources and activities to apply in their own classrooms, as well as opportunities for young leaders to actively participate and engage in civics education.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41976
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Meet the Course Creator: Kristina Horton

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This course, designed for school teachers and student teachers, focuses on the interplay of awareness and strategy in promoting cultural diversity in the classroom. The education environment in the United States and elsewhere is increasingly becoming more diverse, presenting challenges to teachers regarding cultural sensitivity and competency in pedagogy and classroom management. 

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41914
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. Raphael Chijioke Njoku

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This Diversity, Equity & Inclusion course will provide educators, administrators, and teacher educators with information about multiculturalism. This information will include strategies to help educators better understand diverse groups of people within the P-12 setting. Educators will learn how to challenge personally held beliefs and values that may impede their success interacting with those different from them. They will learn about identity development models and terms and concepts relevant to diversity studies.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41917
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Meet the Course Creator: Dr. William Lane

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STEM Courses

This course is an overview of STEM education for elementary teachers. It reviews each component of S.T.E.M. and will increase understanding of what is meant by Integrated STEM Education. Through eight modules teachers engage in learning experiences that will increase understanding of organizing concepts for thinking about and using Integrated STEM teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants will learn about the interdependent nature of STEM and other subjects such as English Language Arts and Social Studies and explore ways to integrate other subjects into Integrated STEM learning. They will learn about the high-value strategies that are integral to using and planning Integrated STEM experiences for students. Teachers will have the opportunity to engage with and evaluate examples of integrated STEM lessons/units developed by other teachers and will be guided through the development of their own Integrated STEM lesson/unit. Participants will have formative, self-assessment opportunities that revolve around learning, questions, and developing an understanding of Integrated STEM and how to get started with richer and more effective student learning experiences.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41921
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Meet the Course Creator: Georgia Boatman

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The purpose of this professional development course is to help elementary teachers looking to incorporate engineering design and STEM into their pedagogy. Engineering design, an integral part of STEM education, is an engaging, hands-on method focused on problem-solving, perseverance, and integration of content. It is also a ripe environment for developing interpersonal skills like communication and collaboration. As such, this course will present engineering design as the central vehicle for learning rather than a fun add-on to a lesson or unit. Learners will understand what engineering design looks like at the elementary level, how to plan meaningful engineering projects for students, and how to guide students through the process.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41951
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Meet the Course Creator: Nathan Lammers

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Technology Courses

Ed3DAO logoThis course will explain how AI chatbots work, how they are designed, and how to use prompt engineering to get the most out of them as an educator. Participants will be introduced to an easy-to-follow framework for prompting that enhances the output when using this powerful technology. Use cases will be demonstrated and provided as takeaways to enhance teaching practice.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41904
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Meet the Course Creator: Ed3 DAO

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Technology serves a wide range of purposes in the classroom. From increasing student engagement to facilitating a classroom learning environment, technology can be used to create dynamic lessons that foster student engagement. One seamless way to integrate technology into the classroom is through educational apps. Educational apps open the world to possibilities in the classroom. Students and teachers will have the ability to interact, collaborate, and create both inside and outside the classroom. This course will provide teachers with an array of educational apps that can be used in their classroom, as well as ways to integrate them into their instruction.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41928
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Meet the Course Creator: Aubrey Eldredge

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Ed3DAO logoIn this course, you'll explore cutting-edge Generative AI techniques to enhance teacher productivity and creativity, streamline administrative tasks, and create engaging learning materials for your students. You'll gain hands-on experience with various AI tools, while also learning how to navigate the ethical landscape of Generative AI for responsible and informed decision-making. This course is in partnership with Ed3 DAO.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41929
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Meet the Course Creator: Ed3 DAO

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This professional development course aims to allow teachers to become more effective educators and gain new resources to make teaching more meaningful. Technology is a powerful tool, especially in today's world. The benefits of using apps in education are simple. It encourages life-long learning and brings real-world experience into the classroom. Today's school systems promote diverse activities, where technology can play a critical role. It provides teachers with ways to get creative and more interactive while giving them access to innovative resources. Apps can directly target the psychology of a student and assist in understanding information from differing perspectives. Technology revolutionizes the learning process and assists individuals in building competencies for the future.  

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 2
Cost: $110
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41933
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Meet the Course Creator: Krystal Tanzer

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The metaverse is a new and exciting virtual world where students and teachers can engage in immersive learning experiences. In this course, we will explore the potential of the metaverse for teaching and learning, and discuss strategies for using this technology to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes. This course is in partnership with Ed3 DAO.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41937
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Meet the Course Creator: Ed3 DAO

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The purpose of this professional development course is designed to empower educators with the knowledge and skills needed to teach foundational concepts in economics and finance. Emphasizing the integration of blockchain technology, the course demystifies its complexities, revealing its user-friendly nature compared to traditional financial systems. Participants will gain valuable insights into key financial principles, including money management, governance, public goods, and the intricacies of borrowing and lending, as well as business acumen. By the end of this course, educators will be equipped to effectively convey these crucial concepts to their students, preparing them for a financially literate future.

The course is suitable for educators from different levels and contexts, as it provides flexible options and supports for learning. This course is in partnership with Ed3 DAO.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41959
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Meet the Course Creator: Ed3 DAO

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Artificial Intelligence is the illuminator of many learning paths. The purpose of the course is to
help educators use artificial intelligence (AI) to support the diverse and variable needs of all
learners. The course is based on the framework of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), which is
a people-first design approach that guides the creation of learning experiences that are
accessible and engaging for everyone.

The course is suitable for educators from different levels and contexts, as it provides flexible
options and supports for learning. The course also encourages collaboration and feedback
among participants, as well as self-reflection and evaluation. This course is delivered in collaboration with Ed3 DAO.

Note: We do require you to be enrolled in the course for two weeks before the course is completed. We will not grade a course before this two weeks has passed. Upon completion of the course, please give us 2 weeks to submit grades.

Credits: 3
Cost: $165
Course Number: EDUC 5598P-41960
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Meet the Course Creator: Ed3 DAO

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