1:1 classrooms-from activity idea to lesson implementation!
Create a welcoming environment for ESL students and their parents.
The evolution of gravestone design, cemetery landscapes, and American attitudes towards death and dying.
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Take your teaching into a new realm-the online classroom. You'll learn the pedagogy of online courses, experience the realities and complexities of online learning, and discover specific techniques for successfully building an online learning community.
This online course helps teachers develop strategies and practice the skills required to facilitate good online communication, moderate online discussion, and promote better accomplishment of instructional goals within the virtual classroom.
An introduction to basic web design, accessibility, and usability principles. You will learn how much the placement of materials, the use of graphics, and even color and font styles can affect students' success in your online course.
This course provides a collection of resources that define the unique assessment process of online courses.
This online course helps teachers tailor online instruction to meet the unique learning styles of specific students.
This course will focus entirely on course development. While developing a complete course is not within the scope of this class, our discussions and peer reviews are important and will help in the course development process. In addition, frameworks and templates have been been provided as a guide.
Explore methods to design an effective co-teaching environment.
This online course helps teachers gain a greater awareness of their own cultural background, as well as acquire tools to interact appropriately and effectively with people from a variety of cultures.
Cyberbullying: Detection, prevention and the law
Differentiation in the Common Core classroom
Focusing on mathematical practices: Learning beyond the algorithm!
iReach all learners with iPads: How to utilize the iPad to meet the needs of LD students
Making the digital connection: iPads in the STEM classroom
Mission possible: Classroom teachers effectively teaching English Language Learners
This course will allow you to better understand your role in the new evaluation process as well as deepen your understanding of the six professional teaching standards. Through this course we will get to know more about the NC Professional Teaching Standards and we will share content and present exercises with you and your colleagues that foster communication and collaboration.
Bring the fine arts into your history classroom. In this online course, students will explore proven strategies to bring the fine arts into the history classroom in order to broach history content. Paintings will become the primary sources through which students begin to explore the past.
Principles of flipped learning
Reading, Writing and Research: Integrating Literacy across the Curriculum helps participants develop skills for implementing oral and written communication instruction in their professions.
How can the award wining newspaper feature started in 1969 by Betty Debnam be used in schools today? In this 3-week online course offered by LEARN NC, participants will learn about the Mini Page and work with the free online archive. Participants will get the chance to create a product that utilizes the Mini Page and that would be helpful in his or her classroom or educational setting.
Unpacking the questions: Improving students' written comprehension on mClass Reading 3D's TRC
Self-paced ethics protection course provided by the Carolina Center for Educational Excellence.
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Stock your toolbox with practical, time-saving classroom ideas and cutting edge methods of instruction.
The Well brings you research briefs and practical tips for implementing Carolina's latest research in your classroom today.