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The Orton-Gillingham method of teaching decoding, spelling, and handwriting is a multisensory approach that has been used successfully with children who experience difficulty learning these skills. This course trains you in the Orton-Gillingham techniques and translates high-interest comprehension activities into literacy programs. This is a fast-paced, highly structured class intended for experienced educators. Required text: Preventing...
Sunday Nov 5th, 9am–12pm Eastern Time
Sounds in Motion: Development of Auditory Perception & Early Literacy Skills Thru Use of Body Movement This workshop is designed to teach educators a unique, engaging, and effective program that helps early learners in both regular and special education classes acquire phonemic awareness, listening, early literacy, vocabulary, and articulation skills through the use of body movements. The program has been shown to be beneficial to children...
Tuesday Nov 7th, 10am–4pm Eastern Time
Brain research suggests that language is not separate from thought, but a part of thought itself. What we say and what we hear creates neural pathways that trigger brand-new patterns of thinking, and until a learner is exposed to a word or a particular combination of words, epiphanies lie dormant. For instance, a teacher’s unusual pairing of the words “brilliant” and “mistake” in the phrase “what a brilliant mistake!” can rewire how...
Tuesday Nov 14th, 6:30–8:30pm Eastern Time
State Mandated Training in Child Abuse Identification & Reporting All licensed professionals who work with children under 18 years of age are required by NY State law to report suspected child abuse and neglect. This course will help you learn to identify symptoms of child abuse and neglect and will provide you with information about the required procedures for reporting abuse. The NY State Certificate of Completion will be issued to all registrants...
Thursday Nov 9th, 5:45–7:45pm Eastern Time
Prema Yoga Institute @ ONLINE
Learn anatomy in a practical, approachable way with Jesal Parikh and Erin Moon. Required text and equipment: The Anatomy Coloring Book by Kapit and Elson, not the Kaplan one Yoga Biomechanics Stretching Redefined By Jules Mitchell Space to practice asana, mat or something similar, a block, strap, bolster OR books, belt/scarf and pillows for props In this course we will cover anatomy of: Biodiversity The many ways the nervous...
Tuesday Nov 7th, 5–8:30pm Eastern Time
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Designing Environments and Activities that Support Resilience The pandemic forced many to think about the ways trauma affects children’s lives. This workshop take a deep look at how the body reacts to trauma and the impact on development. Participants will learn strategies that focus on the development of supportive environments, practices, and asset based tools that reflect a child’s strength and ability to strengthen resilience...
Wednesday Dec 6th, 7–8:30pm Eastern Time
Supporting Emergent Literacy in the Classroom (Ages 3-5 Years) This course will help the literacy standards for Pre-K programs in a developmentally appropriate fashion. We will explore: The role of classroom routines and environment Children's expressive and receptive language skills and the components of literacy development Center-based, large and small group instruction Ways to read aloud effectively Supporting English language learners...
Monday Nov 27th, 7–9:30pm Eastern Time
Reggio- Emilia Approach: Interpret Theory & Practice for Schools in U S (Infant - 5 Yrs) The early childhood program found in Reggio-Emilia, Italy, incorporates an emphasis on the learning environment, process vs. product, developmentally appropriate practice, and the importance of the community of learners. Much of this philosophy reflects the culture of the Italians and is difficult to re-create in the United States. This workshop is...
Monday Nov 6th, 6–8:30pm Eastern Time
Anyone applying for certification after February 2, 2001 must complete two hours of training on school violence prevention and intervention. This workshop includes training in effective classroom management techniques, identifying the warning signs of violent and other troubling behavior, and intervention techniques for resolving violent incidents in the school. The NY State Certificate of completion will be issued to all registrants who attend...
Thursday Jan 11th, 6–8pm Eastern Time
Project-based making starts with students' interests and skills, allows them to be seen more dynamically, and bridges home and school learning. It allows students to see themselves as people who, through tinkering, can have an impact over systems and objects in their world. This course will help you create the conditions in which your students can explore their individual talents in order to design their own projects. Participants will explore...
Tuesday Dec 12th, 6:30–8:45pm Eastern Time
Normalizing Vulnerability: Strategies to Inspire Social, Emotional, and Academic Risks Children who have learned to normalize vulnerability operate with resilience, confidence, and a growth mindset. This workshop outlines how games, work-sharing protocols, connection circles, and other techniques can inspire children to share openly with—and support—one another. A digital folder of practical resources will be shared with you after...
Monday Dec 11th, 6:30–8:30pm Eastern Time
Mt. San Antonio College @ Virtual Classroom
This course emphasizes the public health aspects of potable water supply, operation of wells, process control procedures, chlorination systems, water softening, treatment plant safety procedures, laboratory procedures, techniques and equipment, advanced water mathematics and California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Title 22 water quality regulations and standards. This course prepares students for the Grade II and Grade III California...
Friday Sep 29th, 6–10pm Pacific Time
Birth Day Presence @ Online Classroom
Infant safety & CPR webinar, live and dynamic, from the comfort of home! This webinar is a blend of lecture and demonstration and will cover all infant safety topics, including car seats, choking relief, and first aid with time for Q/A. This class is in webinar format and the teacher will not be able to view your technique, though you are encouraged to follow along during the class with your own doll (you can purchase an affordable CPR mannequin...
Tuesday Oct 3rd, 7:30–8:30pm Eastern Time
Contractors State License Schools @ Online Classroom
Our single-day Crash Course program includes a full day of exam preparation including live instruction in a classroom setting from a Licensed Contractor and/or an experienced credentialed teacher, covering a comprehensive review of the law and business exam topics, and simulated exam test questions via our computer lab specifically designed to give you a realistic test environment experience to best prepare you for the California State License Board...
Saturday Oct 7th, 9am–5pm Pacific Time
This online class features a weekly Google Meet discussion and written critiques. You will find a memoir voice that’s all you, after closely reading an assortment of wildly varied but equally powerful memoirs. How do you write a good memoir? You apply the narrative techniques of fiction and poetry: you take the fascinating, messy raw material of your life and build a frame for it. You distill. You find a voice that’s all you but that also...
Monday Oct 23rd, 8–9pm Eastern Time
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