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google, search engine, browser0-60 Advanced Applications for Google Slide Users
*NEW COURSE SUMMER 2021 This course is aimed for advanced users of Google Slides. You will be exploring applications to use in your classroom that will enhance your teaching and make lessons fun and interactive. You will explore and create templates using programs like Flippity, Word Walls, Choice Boards, an Interactive Notebook and Comic Strips.
$220.00$270.00
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google, search engine, browser0-60 Google Chrome Extensions for Struggling Learners
*NEW COURSE SPRING 2020!!! As a special education teacher, teaching using technology can be challenging. Google Chrome has developed extensions and tools that can be added onto student Chromebooks to provide supplemental supports to our students whether in class or at home. Great for all educators K-12. (3credits/45hours) In-service credit only
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google, search engine, browser0-60 in Google Classroom: Integrating Technology into Every Classroom
Note: formerly known as Google Classroom: Integrating Technology into Every Classroom Course Description: Technology is increasingly becoming necessary to include in all lessons. Utilizing Google Classroom creates an easy and effective mean of communication with students. This can be instantaneous during a lesson with electronic devices or from home. Join the 21st Century and get into Google Classroom! Great for all educators K-12. (3credits/45hours) In-service credit only
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google, search engine, browser0-60 in Google Docs: The Benefits are Endless
Course Description: Utilizing Google Docs is a quick and easy way to foster collaboration, have work submitted electronically, access your work from anywhere without a flash drive. This course will show all of the advanced uses of Google Docs that can make lesson planning and peer communication much easier for teachers and students. Note: this Instructor has several other Google courses: Google Classroom, Google Forms and 5 Easy Steps to Using Google Slides (3credits/45hours) In-service credit only
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google, search engine, browser0-60 in Google Forms: Using these forms to Increase Communication with Co-workers, Parents and Students
Note: formerly known as Google Forms: Using these forms to Increase Communication with Co-workers, Parents and Students Course Description: Utilizing Google Forms/Docs is a quick and easy way to communicate with co-workers about common students. These forms can be used as assessments in your classroom or at home. Take this course to learn the many uses for this technology that can add to your classroom. Great for all educators K-12. (3credits/45hours) In-service credit only
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google, search engine, browser0-60 in Google Slides: Utilizing Google Slides in 5 Easy Steps
Note: formerly known as 5 Easy Steps to utilizing Google Slides Google Slides is a valuable tool used in many classrooms today. It can be used for the teachers to maintain their notes in one place or for students to work on group presentations together simultaneously. You will learn how to create a presentation, convert an older one from Power Point to slides, and monitor students work. (3credits/45hours) In-service credit only
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google, search engine, browser0-60 in Google Tools: Across the Content
Note: formerly known as 14 Google Tools Across the Content Course Description: Google Tools are extremely beneficial to our students learning experience as we can hit the multitude of learning styles for all students. This course focuses on the most useful tools that can be used in history, science, math, English, clubs and science fairs. Now, you can do just about everything for your classroom in the cloud, using a bunch of Google tools for teachers. (3credits/45hours) In-service credit only
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children playing, playground, children10 Techniques to Combat Bullying

*New Course Summer 2021

*ONLINE due to Covid-19 

Mt Sinai Congregational Church 

Dates:  July 6,7,8,13,14,15, 20,21,22, 26 (5:15 – 9:45pm)

Course Description:

Bullying is a pervasive issue from grade school to the workplace. It often goes unnoticed and can lead to numerous social and emotional issues in life for both children and adults. In this course we will look at the issue from multiple perspectives, including understanding causes of the behavior, the different types of bullying, ways to combat it as well as the impact it can have if left unchecked. This class is a must for K-12 classroom teachers in order to tackle one of the most prominent issues in our classrooms.

(3 credits/45 hours) in-service credit only Note: If taking the course online, please state an online session date at checkout.
$220.00$270.00
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friendship, fun, backlighting10 Techniques to Combat Bullying
PDLI9050 (45 HOURS/3 GRADUATE CREDITS) ON-LINE Instructor:  Eric Stolfa stolfaliips@gmail.com Course Description: Bullying is a pervasive issue from grade school to the workplace. It often goes unnoticed and can lead to numerous social and emotional issues in life for both children and adults. In this course we will look at the issue from multiple perspectives, including understanding causes of the behavior, the different types of bullying, ways to combat it as well as the impact it can have if left unchecked. This class is a must for K-12 classroom teachers in order to tackle one of the most prominent issues in our classrooms.
$550.00
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children playing, playground, children10 Techniques to Combat Bullying – online

*New Course Summer 2021

Course Description:

Bullying is a pervasive issue from grade school to the workplace. It often goes unnoticed and can lead to numerous social and emotional issues in life for both children and adults. In this course we will look at the issue from multiple perspectives, including understanding causes of the behavior, the different types of bullying, ways to combat it as well as the impact it can have if left unchecked. This class is a must for K-12 classroom teachers in order to tackle one of the most prominent issues in our classrooms.

(3 credits/45 hours) in-service credit only Note: If taking the course online, please state an online session date at checkout.
$220.00$270.00
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book, read, lesson10 Techniques to Do Now and Closures with Meaning
* New Course Spring/Summer 2022 *ONLINE due to Covid-19  Mt Sinai Congregational Church  Eric Stolfa    Stolfaliips@gmail.com (3 credits/45 hours) in-service credit only Dates: SATURDAYS  March 19, 26, April 2, 9, 16  8 – 5 pm

The beginning and the ending of our lessons are vital to all teachers.  So how do we do it?  Our Do Nows create anticipation for the meaningful lesson ahead, and our Exit Tickets wrap up the learning process.  Our starters and closures must be carefully thought through and considered as we work on our lessons.  Teachers enrolled in this course will work towards crafting lesson bookends with meaning, helping to both refine and organize their lessons.  This course is perfect for K-12 educators looking to polish their teaching skills.

(3 credits/45 hours) in-service credit only Note: If taking the course online, please state an online session date at checkout.
$220.00$270.00
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book, read, lesson10 Techniques to Do Now and Closures with Meaning – online
* New Course Summer 2021

The beginning and the ending of our lessons are vital to all teachers.  So how do we do it?  Our Do Nows create anticipation for the meaningful lesson ahead, and our Exit Tickets wrap up the learning process.  Our starters and closures must be carefully thought through and considered as we work on our lessons.  Teachers enrolled in this course will work towards crafting lesson bookends with meaning, helping to both refine and organize their lessons.  This course is perfect for K-12 educators looking to polish their teaching skills.

(3 credits/45 hours) in-service credit only Note: If taking the course online, please state an online session date at checkout.
$220.00$270.00
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brain, brainstorming, bulb10 Things to Know about Depression in Children and Adolescents
Depression is a common mood disorder that many of us are all too familiar with. Some have experienced it themselves, others have watched family members or close friends suffer from it, and others have suspected that students who they work with are demonstrating depressive symptoms. In this course, you will learn about depression, where it comes from, what it looks like, how to identify it, ways to help and so much more. This course will enlighten and educate you and hopefully make you a more sensitive educator. The information learned in this course will help anyone who interacts with children and adolescents. The course is relevant to all who work in schools and with children of all ages in all settings. This course was developed for school administrators, regular and special education teachers (grades K-12 and ages 5 to 21),special area teachers, school psychologists, school counselors, guidance counselors, social workers, speech and language therapists and pathologists and occupational and physical therapists. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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brain, brainstorming, bulb10 Ways to Increase Your Happiness and the Happiness of Your Students
 In recent years, there is more and more research being uncovered about Happiness. There are ways that we, as educators can become happier people, regardless of life circumstances. There are also strategies that school professionals can use in their classrooms to increase the happiness of their students. In this course, we will learn about some of those techniques – both for ourselves and our students. These important concepts will prove not only relevant for your work with your students but also your general mindset and functioning as an educator. This course is relevant to all who work in schools and with children of all ages in all settings. This course was developed for school administrators, regular and special education teachers (grades K-12 and ages 5 to 21), special area teachers, school, school counselors, guidance counselors, social workers, speech and language therapists and pathologists and occupational and physical therapists. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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notebook, pen, table2 Pillars of Planning: Objective and Closure
Where do we start? How do we end? The beginning and the end of any lesson must be carefully considered when constructing lesson plans. What is the purpose of a measurable objective? Why must a closure clearly connect to the objective? These are key questions that must be regularly addressed, and doing so can be frustrating. Teachers enrolled in this course will focus on understanding and crafting purposeful objectives and operative closures, both as a means of facilitating effective lesson planning. This course is applicable to all subjects/grade levels. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours)
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kids, study, school-2439933.jpg3,2,1, Fluency! Incorporating Critical Math Facts for Young Mathematicians in the K-6 Classroom.

New Class for SUMMER 2022 ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only Instructor: Jessica Armbruster jarmbrusterliips@gmail.com

Course Descriptions: Math Facts are essential, and require reinforcement to stay in the long-term memory bank. Deliberate incorporation of fluency into our daily classroom routines ensures student growth and success. This course will examine why students need to build their math fact fluency as well as different strategies for incorporating math facts into your day through stations, games, community builders, and more! Teachers will explore the “how” behind fact memorization, as well as the “where” to incorporate this essential practice. This course welcomes educators of grades K-6!

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printer, 3d, print3D Printing Possibilities: Power and Purpose for Communication
New Class for SPRING 2021 This class is appropriate for those who know nothing about 3D printing and those who print regularly. For the novice, there is background information on 3D printers, terminology, and hands-on experience creating symbols. For everyone, this class will broaden your perspective on the uses of 3D printing for communication. Imagine the possibilities! ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours)
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mobile phone, smartphone, app5 Easy Apps for Education
Technology is rapidly becoming integrated into our classrooms. Would you like to start incorporating technology, but are not sure where to start? This course explores 5 different APPS that teachers can integrate into the classroom to enhance their instruction. These APPS include: Quizlet, Edpuzzle, Chatterpix, Kahoot, and Seesaw. Teachers can utilize these APPS to create effective and engaging lessons. Suitable all educators K-12. Participants completing this course will: ● Receive a step by step guide of how each app functions ● Learn how to develop lessons utilizing these apps in creative ways ● Learn how to engage students in an interactive way while meeting the needs of all learners (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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window, the business, office5 Key Strategies for A Sanitized Classroom
*New Class for SUMMER 2020 In today’s educational climate, health and wellness are the utmost priorities. Teachers and students alike face the challenge of preventing the spread of germs while still maintaining a focus on education. And so, we must not only understand the importance of heeding cautionary information, but also how to practice these measures in a realistic, long-term manner. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore various safety protocols and will learn valuable tools to ensure a safe educational environment. (3 credits/45 hours)
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school, books, apples5 Key Strategies for a Solid September
After a summer of (hopeful) recuperation, we enter a new school year with renewed enthusiasm and energy. With that, however, can come nervousness and apprehension. What kind of students will I have? What new challenges will I face? How can I ensure I start the new year on the right foot? September is a crucial month because it’s our opportunity to set the tone for the rest of the year. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tried and true pedagogical methods for making the first month productive and purposeful. Note: This course is applicable to teachers of all grade levels/subjects. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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education, back to school, school supplies5 Key Strategies for a Successful Back-to-School Night
First impressions are, as they say, everything. And you don’t get a second chance at making a good one. For many teachers – even those with decades of experience – the mere thought of parents entering their classroom for an evening of explanatory dialogue is enough to make them sick to the stomach. Open School Night is a parent’s way of meeting the teachers who interact with and affect their children on a daily basis, and a teacher’s way of establishing guidelines, expectations, means of communication, and areas of focus. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tangible tools and effective strategies to creating a positive first impression and a successful Back-to-School evening. Applicable to teachers of any subject/grade level. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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steinbach, mennonite heritage village, manitoba5 Key Strategies for Acceptance and Tolerance in the Classroom
*New Class for SUMMER 2020 Course Description: As educators, it is vital to check some of our personal viewpoints and opinions at the door. We must not only remain objective in our curriculum execution and assessments, but also in the way we deal with students of various backgrounds, races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and genders. We must recognize that we are role models, that our students look up to us, and that the examples we set can have significant impact on the future. Tolerance and Acceptance are virtues that must be practiced, taught, and expected. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore these concepts in an effort to make their classrooms safe, welcoming environments for all students. Applicable to teachers of all subjects and grade levels. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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classroom, school, education5 Key Strategies for Acing the Observation
*New Class for SUMMER 2020 We’ve all felt the stress of teaching in front of an administrator; the nervousness that encapsulates us while we try to do our very best and show what kind of teacher we are. Preparation is the key to any successful performance, and delivering a lesson while being observed is no exception. The more work you put in, the better the outcome will be. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven lesson-planning strategies, questioning tactics, and behavior management approaches that not only focus on the occasional observation, but elevate our teaching for every other day of the year. Applicable to teachers of all subjects and grade levels. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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read, education, books5 Key Strategies for Assigning the Research Paper
NEW COURSE FOR SPRING 2022
Instructor: Lee Markowitz email: MarkowitzLIIPS@gmail.com
ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours)
In-Service Credit only
Course Description: 

A vital component of the secondary Humanities classroom, the Research Paper is often met with fear, anxiety, procrastination, and trepidation.  Students quickly and easily become overwhelmed by its requirements and teachers often find it difficult to convey its importance and articulate its elements.  Middle and high school teachers enrolled in this course will examine the Research Paper and explore proven strategies aimed at effectively teaching students how to properly craft a paper of this magnitude. 

Applicable to middle and high school teachers. 

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notebook, pen, table5 Key Strategies for Commanding the Room
*NEW COURSE FOR SPRING 2021 Being a master of your content area is half the challenge of being an effective teacher. What is the other half? The delivery. The ability to execute your lesson plans, to keep your audience of students engaged and connected. For some, this comes naturally; the entertainer, so to speak, emerges when the bell rings and we put on the show. For others, however, commanding the room is not so easy. Sometimes, it’s about confidence. Sometimes it’s about finding ways to make the material relatable. And sometimes it’s a matter of employing a few proven tactics to ensure your classroom environment is orderly, respectful, and productive. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tried and true tactics and tools that will facilitate consistently effective leadership. Note: Applicable to all subjects/grade levels. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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friendship, fun, backlighting5 Key Strategies for Communicating with the Absent Student
*NEW COURSE SUMMER 2020 “Did I miss anything?” We’ve all heard that question from a student who returns after an absence (or many absences). And we’ve all felt the frustration from not knowing what to say, of wishing our students and their parents remained informed when out of school. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven communicative tools as well as “distance learning” strategies in order to provide absent students with the resources they need and the education they deserve. Applicable to teachers of all subjects and grade levels. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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kids, girl, pencil5 Key Strategies for Constructive Cooperative Learning
We’ve all tried group work. Sometimes students work well together, and sometimes they don’t. How many students per group? Do we let the students make their own groups? Do we keep them in groups for the entire period? The truth of the matter is that cooperative learning takes careful preparation, some trial and error, and a degree of patience. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven pedagogical strategies for effectively constructing and conducting cooperative learning lessons. Applicable to teachers of any subject/grade level. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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meeting, team, workplace5 Key Strategies for Cooperative Colleague Collaboration
Yes, when the bell rings and the door closes, we teach alone. But this job is about more than what happens between those bells. How we get along with our department members can have a drastic effect on our teaching. A positive, friendly work environment paves the way for collaboration, teamwork, and improved results. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven methods that facilitate positive, productive, professional interactions and relationships. Note: This course is applicable to teachers of all grade levels/subjects. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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iphone, smartphone, apps5 Key Strategies for Dealing with Cheating
Academic Dishonesty. It happens. From the tiny sheet of paper that hides cleverly under a leg, to the blatantly wondering eyes that scan nearby papers, to the seemingly limitless range of possibilities that cell phones bring, cheating has become an art form for some students in this modern era. Yes, if they spent a tenth of that time actually studying there would be no need to cheat, but we all know how far that adage goes. As teachers, we must stay current and adept to evolutionary cheating tactics, we must remain consistent in our punishments, and we must always make it clear that academic honesty is of paramount importance. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore realistic pedagogical methodologies that focus on maintaining and upholding academic honesty and dealing with academic dishonesty if/when it does happen. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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boys, kids, children5 Key Strategies for Dealing with Disruptive Students
Application: All subjects/grade levels When their books are out, their smiles are wide, and their minds are open, all is well in the world of the classroom. Unfortunately, however, this is not always the case. Even in a class of “good” students, there may exist that one, two, or small handful of pupils who try your patience and leave you exhausted and drained. These students can disrupt even the most well-planned lesson and can infect the experience for those who are interested and engaged. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven pedagogical strategies for effectively dealing with disruptive, disengaged, and/or disrespectful students. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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pen, school, notes5 Key Strategies for Effective Grading Policies
*New Class SUMMER 2020 Application: All subjects/grade levels Points or percentages? Weights? Dropping the lowest mark? Offering a curve? There are many variables when it comes to implementing grades and grading policies, all of which must be considered as we strive to create a fair, dependable, understandable system for our students and their parents, as well as for administration. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tried and true grading practices that focus on creating such a system while steering clear of pitfalls and common mistakes. Applicable to teachers of all subjects and grade levels. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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people, human, group-3245739.jpg5 Key Strategies for Getting Involved in Your Educational Community
*NEW COURSE FOR SPRING 2022
Instructor: Lee Markowitz email: MarkowitzLIIPS@gmail.com
ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
Course Description: 

Despite what many people might think, a teacher’s work day doesn’t end with the bell at 2:00 or 3:00.  Many teachers give their free time to their students by chaperoning events, hosting clubs, coaching sports, volunteering at various school functions, writing recommendation letters, or giving extra help.  Our early mornings, our evening, and sometimes are weekends are devoted to our students because a teacher’s day does not begin and end with the bell.  We do this because we recognize that our students are part of a community, a place centered around a school system that is devoted to the growth, development, and enrichment of the children who will become its future.  Teachers enrolled in this course will explore various means of community involvement and gain an understanding as to why this is a vital component of teaching.     

Applicable to all subjects/grade levels. 

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iphone, smartphone, apps5 Key Strategies for Handling Cell Phones in the Classroom
Cell Phones in the classroom: Worth the fight or a losing battle? Every kid has one, and every school has a different policy as to how to handle them. But what about when the decision is left to the teacher? How is a teacher in this day and age supposed to battle the addictive screen that rests on his/her student’s desks from bell to bell? Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tangible tools and effective pedagogical strategies to handling cell phones in the modern classroom. Applicable to middle/high school teachers of any subject/level. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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teachers, meeting, books5 Key Strategies for Handling Professional Conflicts
NEW COURSE FOR SPRING 2022
Instructor: Lee Markowitz email: MarkowitzLIIPS@gmail.com
ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours)

In-Service Credit only

Course Description: 

We are all humans and, therefore, conflicts will arise, even in the workplace.  And there is a right way to handle these types of (sometimes unavoidable) situations.  We must remember that not only are we professionals and expected to act as such, but more importantly, we have a constant audience of students who look up to us as their role models.  While conflict handling and resolution are life lessons seldom taught in the classroom, there is much our students can learn from watching how we conduct ourselves outside of our classrooms.  Teachers enrolled in this course will explore healthy, productive ways of preventing professional conflicts, deescalating unfortunate situations, and handling problems efficiently and effectively.  

Applicable to all subjects/grade levels.

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demonstration, projector, film projector-767983.jpg5 Key Strategies for Integrating Films into Lessons
NEW COURSE Fall 2021  Instructor: Lee Markowitz email: MarkowitzLIIPS@gmail.com ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only There will always be students who assume that a film being shown equates to a free period, devoid of learning.  And while there are some teachers who might feel the same, the fact remains that there is so much the film industry has to offer the world of education.  With more and more streaming services available and improved classroom technology, incorporating films and/or film clips has never been easier.  Moreover, some students are visual learners and can, therefore, benefit from seeing a visual representation of something being discussed in class.  Teachers enrolled in this course will review the necessary checks to ensure that films are appropriately and effectively selected.  Together, we will explore the best ways to incorporate these films into lessons that are engaging and purposeful. Applicable to teachers of all subjects/grade levels.
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office, files, aktenordner5 Key Strategies for Maintaining an Organized Classroom
By nature, some of us are inherently more organized than others. But even those of us who don’t regularly practice effective organizational habits can appreciate walking into a room of someone who does. You can picture it – everything seems neat and tidy, the spacing of furniture and décor evokes a welcoming feel, a sense of cleanliness permeates the air, and the occupants can enjoy the tranquility and order. The same rules that apply to our homes should apply to our classrooms. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tangible tools and effective strategies to organizing classrooms that will facilitate learning. Applicable to teachers of any subject/grade level. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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team, group, people5 Key Strategies for Maintaining Classroom Morale
NEW COURSE FALL 2021 Instructor: Lee Markowitz email: MarkowitzLIIPS@gmail.com ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only As we proceed through a new age of teaching, teachers find themselves facing new challenges and expectations…We must have heightened sensitivity to students’ social and emotional well-being, acknowledgement of gender neutrality and fluidity, recognition of anxiety and depression, as well as remaining mindful of Covid-19 and the impact it has had on so many.  Yes, we must teach the academics and yes, school must go on; however, we must always prioritize our students’ safety and comfort.  Above all else, students need to feel comfortable in our classrooms.  They need to feel safe, they need to feel accepted and welcome.  Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven tactics and strategies aimed at maintaining a positive, encouraging classroom morale so that our students have a fair chance at performing their best and getting the most out of their educational experience. Applicable to teachers of all subjects/grade levels.
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mobile phone, smartphone, app5 Key Strategies for Mastering the Changing Face of Education
*NEW COURSE LATE SPRING 2021 Course Description: As educators, we must remain dynamic and flexible as we navigate the unchartered waters of modern education. Our students have changed and so has life around them. Following a pandemic, online/remote and hybrid learning have become new norms.  Students, regardless of age/grade/level, are faced with new challenges, both academically and socially.  And while we cannot always predict these changes, we must be able to adapt our teaching methods in order to provide our students with the best education possible. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven pedagogical strategies focusing on the modernization of education and the flexibility and adaptability teachers must employ. Applicable to teachers of all subjects/grade levels. ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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meeting, team, workplace5 Key Strategies for Meaningful Parent-Teacher Conferences
Even the most seasoned teachers can experience a degree of anxiety when it comes to communicating with parents, especially if not-so-good news has to be delivered. While we can all agree that consistent, informative teacher-parent communication is essential for student success, there are plenty of teachers who feel uncomfortable about the process. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore proven and effective methods to ensure communicative, productive parent-teacher conferences. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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achievement, success, mountain5 Key Strategies for Motivating the Unmotivated
Application: All subjects/grade levels It can be argued that motivation must come from within. While that may hold a degree of truth, it can never be an excuse for a teacher to not try his/her best to inspire even the most unmotivated students. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore various methods for stimulating and motivating students of all ages, levels, and abilities. (3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only
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