Reflect and Revive
Whew! You made it to May and now you are so close to a little bit of rest and relaxation. But wait, that is not the only R & R that is needed at this time of year. It is the perfect time to reflect and regroup about our instructional practices in the last school year. This workshop will guide you to target areas for growth and improvement, develop instructional goals and create action plans to implement in August. The end goal is to leave school for the summer with a clear plan to start August new and refreshed.
10 credit hours
June 28th- July 1st
1-3pm (mon) 1-2pm (T, W, Thur)
Teaching with Brain Benefits
Learn how to integrate brain-friendly teaching to enrich your daily lessons. By teaching students how learning works, you can engage the executive function skills required for higher-level thinking!
20 credit hours
Self Regulated Learning in the Classroom: The G.A.M.E. series
A four-part series that teaches the cycle of Self-Regulated Learning: Goal Setting, Action, Monitoring, and Evaluation. Learn the importance and benefits of setting individual goals with your student. Integrate study methods and targeted action steps towards achieving student goals. Develop ways to monitor a student’s path to success and become drivers in their education. Teach students to evaluate what has worked and what hasn’t in order to adjust a goal and start the process over!
50 credit hours
June 14th- July 16th
9-11:30am tues, thurs
Incorporating Play in the Classroom
Play is an essential skill that teaches children turn-taking, how to win/lose, how to follow rules, and much more! When you incorporate play into education, you engage your students while also building their social skills! In this seminar, you will learn the science of play, the impact of play on social-emotional education, and how to include purposeful play in your classroom.
10 credit hours
4-6pm & 4-5pm t,w ,thur