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IAD14519: Understanding Student Motivation, 2nd Edition
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Credit Hours: 12

In Understanding Student Motivation, you’ll examine the basics of motivation and the role that motivation plays in academic performance. Through readings, video examples, and application exercises, you’ll learn how to establish strategies to create a respectful and connected classroom, balance structure and choice to create a positive attitude toward learning, set expectations, create challenging and engaging activities that are personally relevant to students, and develop strategies to help students feel more competent and confident in the classroom.

IAD14520: Formative Assessment: The Basics
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Credit Hours: 3

This six-lesson course defines formative assessment and discusses how it is used in the classroom. Learners will explore how to provide meaningful feedback and consider how students can be active in the assessment process. Additionally, learners will be given opportunities to listen to the perspectives of educators who have worked extensively to improve assessment in schools, and they can watch examples of exemplary practice and determine how they might implement such successful approaches in their own contexts.

IAD14521: Formative Assessment: Deepening Understanding
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Credit Hours: 14.5

Discover a range of best-practice methods for providing students with meaningful, interactive feedback.

IAD14522: Learning Theory in the Classroom
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Credit Hours: 1.5

This course explores several influential teaching models and discusses the role of personalization through the incorporation of learning and teaching styles into the educational paradigm. Participants will investigate the strengths and weaknesses of behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism.

IAD14523: Conflict Resolution: An Introduction
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Credit Hours: 2.5

This course introduces teachers to the concept of conflict resolution, its value in a school environment, and the many ways to handle it. It will help teachers understand how they can and why they should emphasize conflict resolution in the classroom and, if feasible, throughout the school.

IAD14524: Your First Year of Teaching: Surviving and Thriving
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Credit Hours: 2

This course is designed to help new teachers succeed in their first year of teaching. Although college coursework has prepared teachers for many of the experiences they'll encounter during this first year, much of what they will face may not have been covered. This course will help prepare new teachers for the realities and challenges of the classroom.

IAD14525: Paraeducators in the Classroom
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Credit Hours: 1.5

This course gives educators a chance to consider their own ideas about supervision and see the contributions paraeducators and other adults can make to children's education. Participants will also have an opportunity to create a plan for training and working effectively with the paraeducators. In addition, this course will discuss classroom supervision in general terms and identify the implications that differences in style have for effective communication. 

IAD14526: The Art and Science of Teaching
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Credit Hours: 12.5

Robert Marzano guides you through a framework for classroom practice using 10 questions for guiding and planning an effective instructional unit.

IAD14527: The Reflective Educator, 2nd Edition
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Credit Hours: 7.5

In The Reflective Educator, you will explore the role of reflection in your professional growth, as well as the role that reflection plays in student learning. This course will provide information on self-reflection, reflection in action, the benefits of professional learning communities, the importance of reflection in developing thoughtful learners, inquiry-based lesson planning, teacher inquiry, and taking an inquiry stance in your teaching practice.

IAD14528: Teaching with Poverty in Mind
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Credit Hours: 19.5

Teaching with Poverty in Mind will introduce you to the latest research on poverty and how it affects students' cognitive development and academic performance. In this course, you will learn how to differentiate among different types of poverty and understand the unique aspects and effects of each; you will learn about the real, physical effects that poverty can have on a developing brain; and you will learn schoolwide and classroom-level strategies for countering those negative effects to help your students grow, thrive, and find academic success.

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