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K-12 Teacher Re-licensure Noncredit Modules

Earn 7.5 clock hours per module, Priced afforadably at $99 each, Self-pace learner-led format

 

Our wide selection of online professional development courses can be applied for K-12 Teacher Relicensure. In fact, some of the courses specifically fulfill the requirements for the State of Minnesota.

What you can expect:

 

Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies
Meets the standards set by the Minnesota Department of Education

In their professional development activities, Minnesota teachers must address positive behavioral intervention strategies (PBIS). This online module will introduce the key concepts of positive behavior intervention, as well as school wide positive behavior intervention strategies. Learners will be able to determine individual priorities through self assessment tools and develop an individualized plan for the further use of PBIS.

 

Reading Preparation
Satisfies the scientifically based reading instruction requirement by the Minnesota Department of Education

In their professional development activities, Minnesota teachers must address reading preparation.

 

 
Key Warning Signs of Early-Onset Mental Illness
Meets the standards set by the Minnesota Department of Education

In their professional development activities, Minnesota teachers must address key warning signs of early-onset mental illness in children and adolescents.

 

Using SMART BOARD Technology to Enhance Student Learning
Meets the standards set by the Minnesota Department of Education

This course focuses on the use of a SMART BOARD to actively engage students in learning.

 

Accommodation, Modification, and Adaptation of Curriculum and Instruction
Meets the standards set by the Minnesota Department of Education

Instructional adaptations are not just for students who are struggling. When adaptations are made, all students benefit. In this course you will learn how and when to use accommodations and modifications. A practical process and method for using accommodations and modifications will be used throughout the course.  You will modify both a lesson and a unit of instruction so that you are prepared to use your new skills in your classroom to provide opportunities for academic success for all students.

 

Instructional Strategies
Engage your students and enhance their learning through the use of effective instructional strategies.  Learn what works, why it works, and when it works best.  This training introduces and refreshes a variety of instructional strategies to raise student performance. Effective for renewal of professional licenses, teachers must understand and use a variety of instructional strategies to encourage student development of critical thinking, problem solving, and performance skills.

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Developing Valid Questions for Assessment
Learn how to assess what is truly important in an efficient way.  You will learn how to write questions that truly assess student learning.

 

Developing Formative Assessments
Formative Assessments are essential to informing your instruction.  Learn how to develop short assessments that guide both the teacher and student about student learning.

Instructional Design

Are you an instructional designer who entered the profession through the side door, such as HR or web design?

Many designers have not had formal training, so you are not alone. This course provides the tools for busy professionals to be successful instructional designers. You will learn how to create e-learning courses to motivate and engage learners.

Try a sample of the course

Certificate at a glance:
Length: 15 hours
Level: Professional Development (noncredit)
Format: online / self-paced
Price: $285

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