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Building Student Agency through Meaningful Projects

This course is a tale of two dynamic teachers. Join Luke Fritz and Niki Roebuck as they analyze projects that empower students to change their community and even the world. Hear how they help students find hope in the future and a renewed focus on improving the lives around them.

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Data-Driven Reading Instruction at the Elementary Level

Armed with a reading endorsement and a passion for data, Ashley Lee shares her step-by-step process for targeted elementary reading instruction. In this course, she explains in detail the logic and method behind her use of data in elementary reading instruction. This course is perfect for any teacher wanting to know more about how to customize instruction for whole classes, strategic groups, and individual students at the elementary level.

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Project-Based Learning at Early Elementary

Managing complex projects with kindergarteners and first graders may seem difficult, but it's a task that Jody Jones has embraced for years. Her students have produced community art shows, hosted civil rights marches, and advocated for the preservation of trees on school property. All teachers interested in project-based learning will gain valuable insights from this seasoned dual language teacher.

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Classroom Management: Goal Setting That Works for All Ages

Setting high expectations for students is important, but providing structure to succeed is critical. Trey Watt is a former MLB pitcher, assistant collegiate baseball coach, and full-time elementary SPED teacher. In this course, he shares the straightforward strategy he used to sign with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Learn the same approach he utilizes daily with all students, from first graders to division one student-athletes.

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Unconventional Math: Getting Students Unstuck

Two stellar secondary math teachers offer their unique insights into the discipline. Learn how one teacher removes barriers to release the full potential of students and how another struggled alongside her class and exhibited a true growth mindset.

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Classroom Management at the Secondary Level: Connecting with Kids through Authenticity

Your success in the classroom is directly tied to how well you build relationships with students. Join six middle and high school teachers in this anthology course that offers a wide variety of perspectives from established classroom professionals on how to connect with kids in a way that enhances learning.

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Inspiring a Passion for Music in Elementary and Middle Schools

Join Laura Adkison as she shares her thoughts on why music matters, how to encourage both young students and adolescents, and how to maintain your own passion as a teacher. Adkison shares the tips and tricks that work in her classroom every day.

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Engaging Reluctant Writers

Tom Puterbaugh shares his experiences teaching nearly every writing-based high school course over decades in the classroom. From mixing modes and genres to incorporating relevant voices and audiences, any secondary educator who’s concerned about literacy will learn plenty of strategies they can implement with their own students immediately.

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Increasing Engagement in the Elementary Classroom

Kristen DeClemente knew in the fourth grade that she wanted to be a teacher. Since then, she’s taught nearly every grade at the elementary level. Over the years, she’s developed a collection of tools and techniques to keep her students engaged. In this course, she shares how she creates a classroom community, encourages risk-taking, and how any teacher can increase engagement right away. DeClemente also shares valuable insights on connecting with families, avoiding burnout, and much more!

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Classroom Management: Secondary Essentials

Veteran math teacher and classroom management guru Darla McClelland shares the exact same strategies that she uses when mentoring other teachers. She's organized. She's relational. She has so much to share. Get the inside scoop on everything from avoiding power struggles to explicitly teaching entrance and exit routines. Ideal content for teachers of grades 6-12.

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Classroom Management: Upper Elementary Essentials

Michelle Weaver shares her time-tested tips and strategies for creating an inviting space, building relationships with students, and everything in between. Perfect for both brand new teachers and seasoned vets trying to fine-tune their ability to maintain organization and student connection. Topics address students in grades 3-5.

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Classroom Management: Early Elementary Essentials

Early elementary students require lots of structure. In this conversation with elementary colleague Ashley Lee, seasoned kindergarten teacher Haley Mostul shares her insights on routines, classroom layout, connecting with kids and families, and so much more. This course is ideal for both brand new and experienced teachers. All will learn about engaging their students relationally and supporting them with structure. Topics address students in grades K-2.

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Managing Performing Arts Electives

Teachers of the performing arts travel a lonely road. They're often a department of one, they pour in the extra hours, and they're required to be logistical superheroes. Two great performing arts teacher share their strategies to ease the heavy lifting and change students' lives.

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Demystifying Language in the Science Classroom

Jeff Culp is a veteran science teacher who has taught on two continents. In this course, he explores the use of language in the science classroom and how to make the content accessible to every single student. An expert in removing barriers, Culp takes a deep dive into student support, including what language to use when, modeling, and making a place for all kids.

This course is in production and will be released in December 2023!