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Lear Workshops

Graduate Workshops

Workshop Offerings for Spring Courses 2023 


Please send a 500.00 payment and completed registration form to the mailing address on the Registration Forms page.


Please join us at our next workshop!

Online Registrations:

The online registration forms can be found on the "Registration Forms/Zoom"  Send the completed registration form to [email protected]  Each course requires a code for Schoology and that will be given at the mandatory Zoom Meeting prior to starting the course. 

Online Registration Forms:


1. Please sign and date at the bottom

2. The form cannot be altered in any way. 

Requirements for Zoom Courses:

Access Zoom from a stationery location with a live picture online at all times

Avoid doing other work such as grading papers, using cell phones, and other behaviors that will distract from a learning environment.  

Attendance and participation at all sessions are mandatory to receive credit.

 

Online Courses:

The Best Teacher in You

This course is designed to challenge teachers at all stages in their career to reflect on current practices and continue to grow and develop as a teacher. Based on the book, The Best Teacher in You, by Robert Quinn, Katherine Heynoski, Mike Thomas, and Gretchen Spreitzer, this course offers a variety of ways to go beyond conventional teaching strategies to transform a classroom into a place where students and teachers cocreate the learning experience by incorporating four dimensions of effective teaching a learning. This course will focus on teaching as a process, not a destination, reflective practices, and embracing change.


*book required​

Dates:

November 14th Mandatory Zoom Meeting 5:00-7:30 pm

Week 1 November 14th Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th (5:00-9:00pm) Zoom

Week 2 November 21st Monday 21st & Wednesday 23rd (5:00-9:00 pm) Zoom

Week 3 November 28th Monday 28th & Wednesday 30th (5:00-9:00 pm) Zoom

Week 4 December 5th Monday 5th & Wednesday 7th (5:00-9:00 pm) Zoom

Week 5 December 12th Monday 12th (5:00-9:00 pm) Zoom

Wednesday 14th (5:00-7:30 pm) Zoom * Final Project Due    



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Spring COURSES

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Leadership & Mentoring Skills

ZOOM

Dates:    

January 12th & 26th  5:00-7:00 (Zoom)

January 14th, 15th, 28th, & 29th  8:30-4:30  (Zoom) 


Course Description: 

Location:

ZOOM:  Link is on the website under Registrations/Zoom Access

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​Changing Innefective Habits

ZOOM

Dates:    

February  9th & 23rd  5:00-7:00  (Zoom)

February 11th, 12th, 25th, & 26th  8th, 9th, 22nd, 23rd  8:30-4:30  (Zoom)


Course Descripton:

This course is designed to improve teacher productivity and positivity inside and outside of the classroom. The major contributors to teacher stress include managing students’ behavior, supporting students’ mental health issues, and taking on additional work due to staffing shortages. This course offers multiple strategies to enhance student performance by minimizing the negative effects of stress in the classroom.  


Location:

ZOOM

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Strategies for Effective Teaching

ZOOM

Dates: 

November 3rd & 17th 5:00-7:00 (Zoom)

November 5th, 6th, 19th, 20th, 2022  8:30-4:30 (Zoom)


Course Description:

This course addresses characteristics of students with diverse learning needs, content attainment, and effective techniques for teaching memorization and mnemonic devices. Effective teaching can help assess the needs of students, allowing you to understand which strategies may be helpful. By incorporating effective teaching strategies into your teaching plans, you have more opportunities to engage students in the learning progress and support their accomplishments.

Location:

ZOOM

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Boosting Increasing Student Achievement and Accountability

ZOOM

Dates:

December 1st & 15th  5:00-7:00  Zoom

December 3rd, 4th, 17th, 18th  (8:30-4:40)   Zoom 

Course Description: 

This course addresses the importance of increasing student achievement and accountability and how we can foster those traits in our students. Students learn to value their work and increase their levels of confidence when teachers hold them accountable for their learning and actions. Studies indicate that there is a strong connection to holding students accountable and increasing student achievement. Providing high and clear expectations for quality work, planning engaging lessons, and a fair and consistent discipline policy fosters responsibility and success in the classroom.  

Location:

ZOOM 



Teach Like a Champion

Location:  

ZOOM  (8:30-4:30)

EDUC-580-N1909


Dates:

July 12th, 13th, 14th,15th, 16th  8:30-4:30 ZOOM Only

Course Description: 

This course is based on best practices of educators who have generated remarkable results with students in the classroom.  This course addresses the tools of the teaching craft and how to implement these in your own classroom. Participants will view short videos that demonstrate various strategies that increase engagement and academic performance.  This course offers effective and informative strategies for new teachers and classroom veterans.

Location: 

ZOOM




Widsom for Teachers: The Best of the Experts

Location:

Zoom Only  (8:30-4:30)

EDUC-580- N1910

Dates: July 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd

Course Description: 


This experientially oriented workshop offers a multifaceted approach to the issues teachers face when dealing with a diverse student population. The course discusses all aspects of the educational setting focusing on academic and social emotional needs of the learners. This course is based on best practices of educators who have experienced remarkable results with students in their classrooms. Participants will view short videos that demonstrate various strategies and how they can be implemented in any classroom.
















 



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