Lynda.com is upgrading to LinkedIn Learning!
ArkansasIDEAS is excited to let you know that we’ll be upgrading one of our learning and development resources, Lynda.com, to LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning has the same great content as Lynda.com, and it will provide a more personalized experience.
We will be upgrading on February 19th, at which time you will no longer be able to access Lynda.com. But don’t worry, all your learning activity and history will be seamlessly transferred to LinkedIn Learning. The upgrade will take 12 hours to complete and on February 20th you’ll be able to activate and access your LinkedIn Learning account.
Check in later for more information about this exciting transition!
Professional Licensure Standards Board (PLSB) - The Code of Ethics Training Video (2018)The Code of Ethics for Arkansas Educators defines the minimum standards of ethical conduct for all educators. The State Board of Education approved the standards on September 1, 2008 and they were last updated at the beginning of the 2018/2019 school year.
Data Security Awareness - Module Four: Email SecurityYou've got email. Is it spam? Is it a phishing attempt? Is it ransomware? Or is it malware? The objective of this module is to differentiate between good email messages and malicious ones in order to protect a breach of sensitive information, including student data.
The Science of Reading Part Six: Critical Foundational Skills - DecodingStacey Mahurin, an Arkansas educator and Reading Specialist, dives into the decoding side of phonics skills. Ms. Mahurin explains how students progress through various stages of development and what concepts and skills students must master in order to become confident decoders.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: When Seconds CountMost student athletes are the picture of good health, but any seemingly healthy student could suffer from sudden cardiac arrest and when they do, seconds count. The good news is that with timely intervention sudden cardiac arrest is highly survivable. Learn what you can do to prevent sudden cardiac arrest, what the warning signs look like, how to respond to them, and how you can help a student in cardiac arrest survive.
Neuroscience and the Classroom: Seeing Others from the SelfChildren and adolescents are brimming with emotions that they may or may not feel fully in control of. Teachers can leverage these emotions to inform teaching and create learning experiences that stick with students. This series of courses is intended for K-12 educators who wish to learn more about how our brains function and the implications of neuroscience on effective teaching and learning.
The Science of Reading Part Five: PhonologyPhonological awareness is the foundation on which skilled reading is built. In The Science of Reading: Phonology, Dr. Wendy Farone explores this essential element. In defining the concept and discussing the research behind phonology, she clarifies why it is such a critical skill for children learning to read and how it applies to classroom instruction in elementary school and beyond.
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