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November Discount is 10% off All Courses and Credit

Flex Course Only $135 / Flex Course with University Credit Only $342

Semester Course Only $180 / Semester Course with University Credit Only $387

Offer Ends November 20th

Red Arrow Conquering the Behavioral Challenges of Special Needs Students (K-2)

Are you struggling with the behavioral challenges of your special education students? This online course is designed for teachers in grades K-2 who want to learn how to incorporate behavior interventions for special education students who have been diagnosed with disorders such as autism spectrum disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Information on behavior management is shared with specific focus on a tiered system of behavioral support, implementing IEPs, functional behavior analysis, and behavior intervention plans. Specific strategies are introduced to help teachers support special education students who struggle behaviorally.

Red Arrow Differentiated Instruction: One Size Does Not Fit All (K-6)

Are you struggling with how to meet the needs of the varied ability levels of your students? This online course helps teachers effectively analyze the learning styles and readiness of students and effectively develop a differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of a diverse population. You will gain a clear understanding of strategies appropriate for multilingual, special education, and academically diverse classrooms and understand how to adjust your lessons to accommodate the different needs and learning styles of your students.

Red Arrow Educating the Whole Student: Mindfulness and Social-Emotional Learning (K-12)

Are you curious as to what social-emotional learning is and how it relates to teaching and learning? Social and emotional learning (SEL) is a process for learning essential life skills such as decision making, problem solving, effective communication, empathy, perseverance, and coping, just to name a few. This online course is designed for K-12 teachers who want to focus on the whole student by supporting social-emotional learning skills but may not know where to begin. Teachers will learn specific strategies for addressing student's social and emotional needs through such topics as mindfulness, resolving conflict, anti-bullying, and character education. Teachers will also learn about the role they play in nurturing students' self-efficacy, grit, compassion, gratitude, and positive attitudes as they work to help diverse groups of students manage their emotions and make good decisions.

Red Arrow Preparing Students with Special Needs to Meet the Standards (K-3)

Are you finding it increasingly difficult to help your special education students find success with your state's standards? As most teachers know, learning can be difficult for those with special needs. So, how exactly can a teacher make this bridge, thereby connecting their most vulnerable learners to the more challenging and complex concepts? This online course provides teachers with specific strategies for helping their special needs students build strong foundational reading skills. In addition, teachers will be given a variety of tools and strategies to help guide their struggling writers as they work to balance meaningful writing with explicit strategy instruction. Other topics include differentiating instruction during the mathematics block, providing tactile and kinesthetic learning opportunities, cooperative group activities, and Universal Design for Learning principles.

Red Arrow Teaching Students with Special Needs in the Mainstream Classroom (K-6)

Does your classroom population include students with special needs? This online course helps teachers learn how to address students with special needs in the general classroom. The course provides information about teacher involvement in the special education process in terms of assessment, intervention, and collaboration. The most prevalent disabilities are covered in addition to students with other special needs such as ELLs, at-risk, and gifted students. Each special need is defined and Intervention strategies are provided to help teachers accommodate students with special needs in an inclusive classroom.

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