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A new session of each course opens each month, allowing you to enroll whenever your busy schedule permits!

How does it work? Once a session starts, two lessons will be released each week, for the six-week duration of your course. You will have access to all previously released lessons until the course ends.

Keep in mind that the interactive discussion area for each lesson automatically closes 2 weeks after each lesson is released, so you’re encouraged to complete each lesson within two weeks of its release.

The Final Exam will be released on the same day as the last lesson. Once the Final Exam has been released, you will have 2 weeks plus 10 days to complete the Final and finish any remaining lessons in your course. No further extensions can be provided beyond these 10 days.

Week One

Lesson 01 - Understanding High School Students
Wednesday

What motivates high school students? How do their brains work? You'll delve into those questions by taking a look at adolescent psychology. Understanding why your students make the choices they do can help you guide them to make better, more responsible choices. Plus, knowing how your students' brains function will help you create engaging, effective lessons.

Lesson 02 - Classroom Organization and Management
Friday

You can have an orderly, smooth-running classroom! This lesson will show you several seating arrangements that you can use to match your teaching style. You'll find out about high-tech and low-tech aids that can enhance your instruction. You'll also receive a lesson plan that will help your students establish a classroom constitution. Everything you will learn in this lesson will help you teach smarter rather than teach harder.

Week Two

Lesson 03 - Building Positive Relationships With Students
Wednesday

In this lesson, you'll explore the role that relationships play in creating a classroom atmosphere that fosters academic achievement and responsible behavior. You'll learn to connect with your students and provide a positive environment for them. The lesson will discuss one of the most powerful relationship-building tools available: the class meeting. Finally, you'll learn about using interest inventories to get to know your students and thereby help them succeed.

Lesson 04 - Recognition, Rewards, and Reinforcement
Friday

It's time to look at recognition and positive reinforcement at the high school level. First, you'll learn the difference between ineffective praise and effective encouragement. Then, the lesson will discuss how effective positive reinforcement differs from conditional praise. Finally, you'll explore the key components of an effective schoolwide reinforcement system.

Week Three

Lesson 05 - Differentiation in High School
Wednesday

How can you use differentiated instructional strategies to meet your students' diverse needs? In this lesson, you'll find out how to determine your students' learning styles and how to use strategies such as flexible grouping to adapt your lessons to those styles. The lesson will also discuss using differentiated assessment strategies to allow your students to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways.

Lesson 06 - Social-Emotional Learning
Friday

How does social-emotional learning relate to your students' success in school? In this lesson, you'll investigate why SEL should be an integral part of your instruction. The lesson will explain how to teach your students to identify emotions in themselves and others. Then, you'll learn how to teach your students to manage their emotions and disagree with others in a respectful manner.

Week Four

Lesson 07 - Learner-Centered Instruction
Wednesday

How can you create lessons that have their basis in your students' current knowledge, that meet their needs, and that take advantage of their strengths and preferences? You'll explore this complex issue in Lesson 7.

Lesson 08 - Gaining Parental Support
Friday

How can you gain support from your students' parents? This lesson will discuss the barriers that can prevent you from gaining parental backing. It will then talk about how you can overcome those barriers and create a home-school partnership. The lesson will also go over how you can conduct parent conferences—both regularly scheduled conferences and ones related to solving a problem.

Week Five

Lesson 09 - Varying Your Assessment Strategies
Wednesday

In this lesson, you'll examine the more traditional question-based assessment. You'll then explore two types of assessment that focus on evaluating how students use what they've learned: problem-based and performance-based assessment.

Lesson 10 - Dealing With Common Discipline Problems
Friday

Do you have students who use phones or other electronic devices without permission in your classroom? Do you have students who talk when they should be working? What about students who refuse to do their work or who cut class? You'll examine these common discipline problems and explore ways to deal with them effectively and efficiently.

Week Six

Lesson 11 - Dealing With Serious Discipline Problems
Wednesday

How can you help students who are defiant and who resist your attempts to help them be more responsible? In this lesson, you'll look at preventive and remedial approaches to bullying and cyberbullying. You'll also examine what you should do when you face a violent or potentially violent situation.

Lesson 12 - Making Learning Fun
Friday

How can eyedroppers and M&M's enliven your curriculum? In this lesson, you'll look at how to use simulations, competitions, and games to make your instruction fun and effective. The lesson will include examples from different subject areas and different parts of the country.

 
  • Learn a new skill or enhance existing skills for professional development or personal enrichment.
  • New sessions starting monthly with lessons and assignments released weekly.
  • 2-4 hours a week in a convenient six-week format.
  • Interactive learning environment. Classroom built around discussion areas where you can engage with classmates and instructors.
  • Expert instructors develop, lead, and interact with students in each course.
  • Award of completion from your learning institution with passing score.
  • Gain the knowledge needed to move forward with your education.
  • Start anytime. Access Granted upon registration.
  • Courses are designed to be completed within 6-12 weeks.
  • Interactive multi-media instruction with integrated assessment, allowing you to work at your own pace.
  • Professional instructors support you throughout your learning experience.
  • Confirmation of successful course completion.
  • Build industry skills or earn continuing education credits in a variety of fields.
  • Start Anytime. Access to all course material and assessments from day one.
  • Many tutorials can be completed in just a few hours.
  • Quick independent study. Learn something new or expand your knowledge while working at your own pace.
  • Material developed by industry leaders and student support offered.
  • Certificate of completion awarded with passing score.

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