july, 2017

01jul10:00 am11:00 amDistance Ed: Schoology! for K-12 Teachers Virtual Seminars for K-12 Teachers and Educators

Event Details

The Center for Professional Development is proud to present special education online seminars for K-12 educators – satisfying professional development hour requirements to use to maintain your licensure. Take these self-paced, three-week courses at any time, led by certified special educator Michael DeMario.

Mr. DeMario has dedicated his time to work with student with emotional disabilities on Long Island, NY. He has over 10 years of classroom experience working with a variety of special education settings. He is an adjunct professor at Ashland University and has been teaching graduate level courses since 2012. He has been recognized as a Highly Effective Teacher in New York State.

Sign up for these courses a la carte – or all at once! 15 PDH/course for up to 60!

Flipped Classroom:The premise behind the flipped classroom is to create an environment where the lecture and homework aspects of a course are reversed. This course will analyze the theories and research supporting flipped lessons, as well as introduce educators to online tools and resources to create a successful and meaningful flipped experience. Participants will explore and utilize many free resources including TED TALKS, Khan Academy and the New York Times.

Integrated Technology into Your Classroom: This course will allow educators to build a repertoire of tools for integrating technology into the classroom. This course will allow educators to explore online tools and other strategies for integrating technology into their daily lesson plans. Course participants will research and develop classroom strategies for surrounding blended learning, flipped classroom, QR Codes, instructional games, TED Talks and lesson plans, Khan Academy, instructional videos, and utilizing mobile devices in the classroom. Teachers will also explore technology options for communicating with parents.

ADHD and Learning Disabilities: Classroom Interventions and Instructional Strategies: This course will allow teachers to examine current research geared at helping all teachers work effectively with students with ADHD and learning disabilities. Teachers will understand the impact of ADHD on a student’s performance, the difference between male and female students with ADHD and be made aware of basic instructional strategies to implement in their classrooms

Teaching Study Skills for the Special Education Student:This course will allow educators to build skills and instructional strategies for improving their students’ ability to listen, note-taking, textbook reading, test taking strategies, and paper/essay writing. This course will also introduce strategies for teaching students anxiety and stress reduction techniques.

 

Cost:
BUNDLE PRICE for all 4: $435 for DU alumni, $449 for educators
Special DU alumni rate: $129/course
$140/course for non-alumni educators
(Each course satisfies 15 professional development hours towards licensure)

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Organizer

Center for Professional Development303-871-4161|cpd@du.edu



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