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Participants will explore and articulate strategies for using music to enhance classroom learning by creating lesson plans, sharing ideas and experiences, and becoming familiar with technological resources for integrating music.

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Learn to be a factor in closing the gaps and bring forth profound positive change in students. Explore the gaps that exist in academic achievement on a national scale as well as evoke action and change toward more equitable education practices.

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Learn the interconnection of relationships, stress, and learning in order to create, through definite actions, an conducive learning environment. 

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Learn to apply creative writing principles to foster student creative thinking, writing skills, and presentation tool usage across disciplines.

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Learn the value of movement and exercise with the benefits it provides to learning, health, behavior, classroom management in the classroom, and even a teacher’s ability to thrive in the teaching profession. Applicable across all disciplines.

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This course develops educators’ appreciation and capacity for delivering personalized instruction, to meet and surpass state/district priorities and standards, and to prepare students for a successful future both in academia and in life outside classroom walls. 

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Take a deeper look at the NGSS science standards released in April 2013 and learn to cultivate science learning for ALL students through research-based strategies.

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This course will define CGI, the benefits of using it and guide a participant in their first steps of implementing CGI in their own class in alignment with CCSS. Through CGI, participants will learn how to better plan for mathematical activities in their classroom and enhance their mathematical instruction.

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Teachers learn fast, fun, and effective strategies to monitor students’ knowledge, interests, and thinking in order to guide instruction, monitor and promote student learning, and improve outcomes through formative assessment. 

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Learn to provide authentic learning experiences in the sciences, math, and the arts. Help students be more invested in learning, use more of their brains, succeed in all subjects, and get equipped for demands of higher education, careers, and life.

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Is your enrollment about to expire or you would like more time to complete a course? 

Purchase a Course Extension Credit for $100, good for 2 months of additional enrollment for a single course. Click here to purchase: https://education4equity.com/product/course-extension-credit/. Activation is required by logging in to your account and filling out the required form in order for us to process your credit. Email us at help.ed4equity@gmail.com if you have any questions or need assistance! 


This course exists only for testing purposes.

This course on "Classroom Management in the 21st" century is unlike other courses which mainly give you a set of "How to's" - which most teachers already know. Rather, this course allows you, with your teaching style, to discover how you best think and how you are most effective in managing a course. Teachers will find this course a delightful and refreshing journey into the world of Classroom Management in a time when students are technology-wired, toxic stress is the norm, and classroom management styles need an upgrade.

This course supports educators to apply creative writing principles to foster student creative thinking, writing skills, and presentation tool usage across disciplines. Participants will learn pedagogical approaches for a variety of creative writing genres – including personal narrative, fiction, poetry, journals and blogging – as well as how to incorporate digital media into creative writing lesson planning and how to use online resources effectively.

Learn the interconnection of relationships, stress, and learning in order to create, through definite actions, an conducive learning environment. 

Equipped with an understanding of music and its role in cognitive and social development, participants will explore and articulate strategies for using music to enhance classroom learning. They will create lesson plans, write reflective and critical responses, share ideas and experiences, and become familiar with technological resources for integrating music.

  • Learn a methodical way to introduce your students to technology skills
  • 2 University credits EDKU 9103: Added cost
  • Normal Price: $180. Go to the home page for purchase: http://education4equity.com

Equipped with an understanding of music and its role in cognitive and social development, participants will explore and articulate strategies for using music to enhance classroom learning. They will create lesson plans, write reflective and critical responses, share ideas and experiences, and become familiar with technological resources for integrating music.

This course targets meeting the needs of diverse learners in general and special education classrooms, particularly through strategic grouping. In order to group students most effectively, even in order to successfully teach students, it is imperative that teachers conscientiously get to know each student as much as possible. Often students' strengths go unrecognized, and many needs go unnoticed, frustrating the teaching and learning process. When strengths are celebrated and deep needs are validated in students, their best efforts, abilities and character can be evoked. The course provides an overview of federal laws and regulations related to meeting the needs of students, as well as various needs that require the accommodation of teacher. Strategies are listed, but the bulk of the course discusses the component of arranging groups to meet students' needs and to bring out their strengths. The course examines specific grouping options for particular dynamics and learning results. The course ends with an argument for maximized inclusion for students, as well as Dr. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot's model of portraiture in the field of education, to find ways of discovering, defining, and bringing out the goodness that is present in every student.

This course guides participants to utilize technology tools in order to foster, increase, build, and assess meaningful interactions to promote mastery of ESL standards.

This course provides research and proven methodologies from leaders in education on the topic of equity and excellence in education, particularly for African American and Latino students.