March 25, 2017

Adaptive School Training

This training is provided by the Illinois MTSS Network which is a project of the Illinois State Board of Education.

This seminar is the “how” of professional learning communities:  how to participate in groups, how to lead, and how to facilitate for improved leading, teaching, and learning.  This seminar goes beyond the idea of professional learning communities to the actual implementation, describing specific ways to weave the collaborative fabric of a faculty, develop group member skills, and acquire the principles and understandings to engage in a continuous cycle of team and individual improvement.

This is a four-day training.  Participation in all four days is required and materials are provided:  April 11 & 12 & May 9 & 10, 2017 from 9 AM – 4:00 PM each day.

To register and for more information on this training click here


New endorsement structure is coming February 1, 2018 for the Middle School Endorsement.  To give those wanting to get this endorsement before the new rules take affect we are offering the 2 Middle School courses through Aurora University again this summer.  Please note that these courses will not allow you to add an endorsement following the February 1, 2018 deadline however it will allow you to add the endorsement before that date.  Endorsements can be made with these courses prior to the date (2/1/2018) and those endorsements will be grandfathered in.  For more information on these changes coming please click here

These courses will be provided as online courses that you will need to register through Aurora University.  They will take place in the Summer of 2017, more information will be provided here as it becomes available.

EDU 5440 Middle School Mission & Methods – 3 Grad Credits
This course explores some of the key issues impacting middle schools in our society today.  Using current research, case studies, and class projects, students will discuss and analyze issues that shape middle school current practice in a multi cultural society.  During the course, there will be opportunity to apply source concepts in the construction of an ideal middle school and to analyze different strategies for achieving this ideal.  Online June 12 – August 4

EDU 5370  Adolescent Development & Learning – 3 Grad Credits
The focus of this course is on the principles of adolescent development by examining aspects of biological, psychological and social development during adolescence. The course explores how social experiences in the family, peer group, school and broader community influence  adolescent development, how adolescents learn, what motivates them to learn, how schools (and   especially teachers) can make an important contribution to the growth of adolescents by  teaching in ways that “fit” the developmental needs of youth.  Online June 12 -August 4

EDUO5450  Middle School Math Methods
This course will be available as an online course through Aurora University June 5 – June 30, 2017.  

To register for these courses please use the following information:

Please go to

Scroll all the way to the bottom and click Webadvisor

Then click Continuing Education

Then click Register to Received Graduate Continuing Education Classes

Then scroll to Education Partner and select ROE Course Offerings

Due to the cost of these courses, early enrollment is suggested.


The Trail PRESENTS Connecting the Dots

Professional Learning Collaborative IARSS TRAIL Speaker Series: Managing the Classroom Effectively.  Creating Student Success by Combining Social Emotional Learning with Effective Classroom Management.  Featuring speaker, Author, founder of Connections Count and Freedom Writer Teacher:  Anne Schober.

The best learning occurs when supportive relationships are present.  Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is at the center of this success.  This highly interactive and engaging day will provide participants with many different techniques which they can use in their classrooms to formulate strong and productive relationships with their students with Social Emotional Learning as the central focus.

Anne Schober was in the trenches and has witnessed the massive transformation that has occurred in education.  When she entered her first classroom, she had dreams of perfect students, involved parents and lots of learning happening on a daily basis.  Her dreams were crushed and she had no idea how to reach her students.  In 2007, she was chosen by Erin Gruwell, the founder of the Freedom Writer Foundation and the teacher behind the movie, The Freedom Writers, to become one of 400 teachers worldwide to student under her tutelage.  Through this exposure, Anne learned how to engage, enlighten and empower her students and learned the importance of the student-teacher bond.


Date:  April 24, 2017
Time:  9:00 AM – 3:00 PM (Lunch included)
Location:  ROE Moline
Cost:  $99.00
Audience:  Every Teacher and Administrator

NOTE:  The Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Standards play a role in every classroom.  They are also woven into the new P.E. Standards.  This is a wonderful opportunity to gain knowledge and skill in this area.  Registration is as indicated above do not register with the ROE.

#11382 Unpacking Art Standards: National Core Arts and the New Illinois Arts Learning Standards…Design Thinking and the NEW Illinois Arts Learning Standards

NOTE:  This may be the ONLY workshop to explain the NEW Illinois Arts Standards and how to implement them.  Please let fellow Arts teachers know about this opportunity.  You won’t want to miss it!  During this workshop participants will see how the new art standards are relevant, meaningful, and work for you and your students.  Participants will review the National Core Arts Standards and the new Illinois Arts Learning Standards.  Time will be devoted to experiencing some effective strategies to immediately integrate selected standards into the curriculum.  After acquiring skill and knowledge of the new standards, participants will learn how to implement them in a manner which meets the advanced instructional practices now expected.  Art and Design drive the STEAM Engine!  Integrate design thinking into your curriculum.  Participants will see and participate in an activity that shows how collaborative teams of students use design thinking to identify a problem, generate ideas, create/design a prototype, and reflect on/refine their ideas.  In the design challenge framework students problem solve, innovate, create, apply higher order thinking, and 21st Century Skills.  This activity links directly to all four processes of the New Illinois Arts Learning Standards.

Date:  April 5, 2017
Time:  9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Location:  ROE Moline
Cost:  $125.00
Presenter:  Joan Mills, Illinois Arts Education Association, Past President
Audience:  Teachers, Family Liaisons, School/District Teams, Administrators
Registration Deadline:  3/29/2017

Early Childhood Professional Development






Workshop Cancellations/Updates for 2016 – 2017 School Year

Changes, Additions, etc

#11335  Administrating the FITNESSGRAM scheduled for November 7 has a new location.  This workshop was scheduled to be held at Moline Public Library but will be located at ROE Moline instead.  The NEW location will be ROE Moline, 3430 Avenue of the Cities, same day same time! 

#11294  Foundational Services: Writing to Read scheduled for November 3 has been moved to November 9 same time and location

#11299  ELA Standards:  Speaking and Listening scheduled for December 1 has been moved to December 6 same time and location



#11361  ELA Standards:  Speaking and Listening scheduled for March 28th has been cancelled.  This workshop will be offered again in June, look for the Summer Newsletter coming the end of April 2017

#11359  Foundational Services SLO & Networking scheduled for April 4, 2017 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11384 How One Device can Change the Way you Engage/Motivate/Assess Literacy scheduled for February 24 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11362  Foundational Services ELA Shift Kit scheduled for February 16 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11363  Foundational Services Writing to Read scheduled for February 7, 2017 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11375  It Works for ELLs scheduled for February 1, 15 & 28, 2017 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11304  Foundational Services Phase 2 NGSS scheduled for November 14 & 21 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11297 Using Multimedia Text scheduled for November 17 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11321  Children’s Literature and Picture Books scheduled for November 18 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11322 Development and Advance Vocab on November 17 at Butterworth Education Center has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11296  Collaboration Kits scheduled for November 15 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11252  Pro-Actively /Dealing with Difficult Conversations scheduled for November 16 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11294  Foundational Services: Writing to Read scheduled for November 3 has been moved to November 9 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11298  Co-Teaching Plus scheduled for November 3 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11303  Phase 2: NGSS scheduled for October 25, November 2 & 7, 2016 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11292  Nuts & Bolts of Co-Teaching scheduled for October 24 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11310  Foundational Services Classroom Assessments Framework scheduled for October 25 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11251  Administrator Academy SLO Toolkit: Student Learning Objectives scheduled for October 24 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11314  Students as Researchers scheduled for October 17 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11319  Differentiated Instruction and Assessment for the CCSS Math scheduled for October 17 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11302  Foundational Services Phase 1-NGSS scheduled for October 4 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11320  Evaluator’s Guide to the SLO Process scheduled for September 26 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11290  I Have a Literacy App for That! scheduled for September 27 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11318  Elementary PE Standards scheduled for September 21 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11317 6-12 Grade PE Standards scheduled for September 21 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11307  Phase 1 NGSS scheduled for September 19 & 22 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11259  Free the Teachers scheduled for September 22 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11293 I Have a Literacy App for That K-2 scheduled for September 22 has been cancelled due to lack of participation

#11309  Foundational Services Model Math Curriculum for Grades 5-8 scheduled for September 29 has been cancelled due to the state making changes to the Math Standards

#11291  Foundational Services Family Engagement scheduled for Sept. 20 has been cancelled due to lack of participation




Statewide System of Support Foundational Services

ROEISC_Med (3)The Illinois State Board of Education has partnered with the Illinois Center for School Improvement, Regional Offices of Education and Intermediate Service Centers across the state to deliver high quality, coordinated and consistent professional development, technical assistance and networking which establish the Foundational Services delivery framework under the Statewide System of Support.

The seven areas include:

Continuous Improvement Planning (CIP), using Rising Star on the Illinois Interactive Report Card

    • The New Illinois Learning Standards incorporating the Common Core in ELA
    • The New Illinois Learning Standards incorporating the Common Core in mathematics
    • Balanced Assessment/PARCC
    • Teacher Evaluation
    • Family Engagement
    • The New Illinois Learning Standards incorporating Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)










#11358 Developing your School/District’s Family Engagement Plan with 5 Essential Survey Results

Are you looking for data to guide your Family Engagement work? Do your 5 Essential Survey results show a need to improve in the area of Family Engagement?  Looking for a systematic, research-sound, easy instrument to guide your decision-making as you develop your plan?

Look no further….During this workshop participants will learn how to use the Illinois State Board of Education’s Family Engagement Framework and Action Planning Tool.   The tool will assist in developing and expanding school-family partnerships to support student learning and healthy development. Participants will also be given an opportunity to analyze and dig deeper into 5 Essential Survey results used to develop a Family Engagement Plan.

Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop/tablet and their 5 Essential Survey results.

Date:    February 23, 2017
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
ROE Moline
Audience:  K-12 Teachers, Family Liaisons, School/District Teams & Administrators
Deb Taber & Nancy Galbraith
Registration Deadline:  2/16/2017





#11308  NGSS Networking Sessions: Collaborating to Create NGSS Units
Bring a colleague or meet one at this series of networking sessions to collaborate on the development of a fully-aligned NGSS unit for use in the classroom.  Each step of storylining will be highlighted along the way with time devoted to work on each step of this unit-development process.

Story lining includes:

  • Bundling performance expectations into units
  • Unpacking the 3 dimensions
  • Exploring phenomena (both investigative and anchoring)
  • Designing a coherent sequence of instruction through questioning
  • Developing a student product and beginning to consider rubrics and checklists

Each session will begin with teacher-led sharing of instructional strategies that target the necessary shifts of NGSS.  Please bring a laptop and the materials you will need to plan your unit.  A small registration fee will cover dinner costs. Click here to register.

Date:   Jan. 24, Mar. 9 & May 10, 2016/2017

Time:  4:30 – 8:00 PM

Cost: $10.00

Location:  ROE Moline

Presenters:  Amy Sandgren

Hours:  6

Registration Deadline:  1/17/2017


#11306  Phase 3 – Developing and Evaluating Units of Study Aligned to NGSS
Experience a series of lessons which will demonstrate unit plan coherency. Storylining (cohesive unit planning) will be built upon the process of unpacking and bundling the performance expectations and utilizing phenomena to deeply engage students in the core ideas. The NGSS Evidence Statements will help to determine what students should be able to do in order to achieve the performance expectation(s). The EQuIP rubric will be used to measure the NGSS alignment and overall quality of lessons and units. It is recommended that participants attend Phase 2 prior to this training.  A small registration fee to cover dinner costs.

Date: December 9, 2016
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Location: ROE Moline
Cost: $10
Presenters:  Amy Sandgren
Hours: 6
Registration Deadline: 12/2/2016


#11305  Phase 4—Developing Your Own Storyline Units Aligned to NGSS
Science Foundational Services are designed to increase knowledge of the new Illinois Learning Standards for Science incorporating the Next Generation Standards (NGSS).
Phase 4 training will focus on your own coherent unit planning. Utilize the steps of the unit storylining process to bundle Performance Expectations into units and use the Evidence Statements to develop culminating student products. Select appropriate phenomena that will engage your students throughout the unit. Time will be provided to work on your own unit(s) so please bring any needed materials. Work in groups with others in your grade level-teams are encouraged to attend to leverage this planning time. Participants should attend Phase 3 prior to this training.
Date:    January 27 & February 13, 2017
8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
ROE Moline
Cost: $20
K-12 Science Teachers & Administrators
Amy Sandgren
Registration Deadline: 








ECO Camp 2016-2017

  The dates are set for ECO Camp 2016 – 2017.  Click here to download your  flyer to fill out and submit to the ROE to get your class registered.

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CE Credits Online

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Each course is designed using an adult learning model that includes research-based best practices, video – modeling, job-embedded exercises, and one-on-one instruction. The platform is asynchronous, allowing teachers to work anytime day or night with no “live chats” to log on for.  Highly  trained moderators experienced in education provide one-on-one feedback.   These courses are all for the K-12 classroom teachers! To register for these workshops, fill out a registration form and mail along with the fee for workshop.  You will receive an email with the access code and information to get started.  Grad credit is available at an additional cost; you will be prompted at the end of course and informed of the process on how to apply and pay for grad credit.  Cost listed here is for the course only, payable to ROE.

Due to the great response to these courses, the ROE will continue to partner with CE Credits Online for another year. These will be ongoing offerings through the school year.  In order to get these courses for the cost shown, you must register through your ROE.  Please do not include the cost of grad credit when you pay for your course.  This will be collected through CE Credits Online and you will be prompted at the end of your course to fill out some paper work and pay your grad credit then.  For additional information on registration please  contact Julie Cox at 309/736-1111 or email

Selection of courses as follows:




#11339  Bullying and Beyond:  Tools for Understanding and Engaging 21st Century Students as Dual Citizens
This course covers a lot of ground but it is ultimately about designing and maintaining safe and supportive learning conditions for 21st Century learners.  As a result, it is important to understand the needs of these learners and where any barriers to learning occur.  When learning stops for any reason – significant negative outcomes can be predicted.  The reality is that a great deal has changed for educators to “catch up” on to effectively serve the needs of “millennial learners”.

This course is about understanding why it will take a more thoughtful and comprehensive approach and what educators can do today to help prevent any number of undesirable outcomes for their students.  It is also about providing a reflective learning process designed for you to self-assess your own approach, self-determine areas where you want to make instructional shifts, and the tools to do so.  The title of the course is intentional – if we seek to “end bullying” we might miss out on so much of what our students need to be prepared for the 21st century learning opportunities they have.  By focusing on how to design learning conditions that prepare students for those opportunities, we will also have made significant strides in putting an end to bullying in all its forms.
3 University credits available        Cost: $345

#11338  Engaging Parents Effectively to Remove Barriers in Learning
While it seems to be very common sense, creating  the conditions for effective engagement of parents and community is also more challenging to implement than we want to admit.  There are a number of reasons for this, but regardless of those reasons it doesn’t change the fact that we cannot set parent and community engagement aside for “more important things.”  In almost every area of education, effective parent engagement increases the likelihood of success for the community, for families, for educators – and most importantly-for students.  National resources to keep these efforts at the forefront f our minds take place amidst many worthy competitors for our professional attention.  For example, the USDOE’s recent efforts to engage families and communities is to provide a framework intended to guide practitioners.  This is an important effort we need to be aware of.  There are a number of dimensions to the work but it also states explicitly a major challenge in a form of an assumption that must be addressed.  Over 50 years of research links the various roles that families play in a child’s education-as supporters of learning, encouragers of grit and determination, models of lifelong learning, and advocates of proper programming and placements for their child. Given this research base, the increase in policies promoting family engagement is a sign of progress toward improving educational opportunities for all children.  Yet these mandates are often predicated on a fundamental assumption:  that the educators and families charged with developing effective partnerships between home and school already possess the requisite successfully implement and sustain these important home-school relationships.  Unfortunately, this assumption is deeply flawed.  Principals and teachers receive little training for engaging families and report feeling under-prepared, despite valuing relationships with families.
3 University credits available        Cost: $345

#11337  Creating a Culture for Learning- Classroom and Behavior Management Plans that Work
This course is designed to teach how to create classroom and behavior management plans that create orderly classrooms where students can and want to do the hard work that is required to succeed.
The Safety, Order and Rights value set is used as the framework for clarifying and communicating the classroom expectations, and it is compatible with other value sets that simply and easily communicate the rationale for expectations and procedures.  This course discusses what motivates students to ensure what is communicated to them is relevant and meaningful.  In addition to designing a classroom management plan that will work in their classroom, participants will learn two verbal techniques that help keep behaviors optimal and in line with the expectations in the classroom.  The techniques are constructed to teach stduents about making choices, consequences and likely outcomes that result from their choices.  Successfully implementing a classroom management plan that works to create clarity of expectations, order (not regimentation), respect and the rewards of hard work and learning is essential to your students’ academic achievement and psychosocial development.  It is also essential in creating a work environment for yourself that results in tremendous job satisfaction.
3 University credits available        Cost: $345

#6714 Giving Directives that Students Will Follow
Learn theory, rationale and techniques for giving irresistible directives to students.  This quick but powerful 4-step verbal tactic focuses attention on student’s responsibility for his or her own positive outcomes.
1 University credit available       Cost:   $130

#6715  Stopping Disruptive Behaviors
Learn constructive techniques for managing student behavior focusing on strategies resulting on students examining their choices and consequences.
1 University credit available          Cost: $130

#6716  Conducting the Parent Conference
Learn persuasive and effective 7-step strategies for conducting parent conferences to help them become committed participants in the solution.
1 University credit available            Cost: $130

#6941 Differentiated Instruction
Discover new instructional approaches that will maximize achievement for all of your students.
3 University credits available        Cost: $345

#6719  Building Capacity for Effective Reading through Collaborative Inquiry (formerly called: Coaching to Improve Reading)
Students who can read effectively and efficiently have a door-opening skill: an ability to decode understand and successfully interact with information in a host of subject areas, and an opportunity to be a successful learner.  Because the focus of this course is to learn and apply specific coaching strategies in the teaching of reading, the course will not address every aspect of reading instruction, nor is it intended as a course on a particular methodology of reading instruction.  However, when you are referencing a particular methodology of reading instruction, you will be asked to tie it to your state standards for the grade you are teaching.  Effective coaching strategies are paired with intentional best practice in reading in an effort to grow both kinds of skills.  The methods of coaching intentional best practice in reading will help every teacher to be more effective and intentional in the teaching of reading and will provide a methodology to support any and all specific reading programs.
3 University credits available         Cost:   $345

#6717 Foundations of Today’s Classroom and Current Trends in Education
Create and maintain effective learning environments using important concepts in American education including history, governmental policy, early childhood development theories, individual learning differences, student motivation factors, traditional versus alternative assessment methods, classroom management and best practices in the classroom.
2 University credits available             Cost: $240

#6718 Coaching to Improve Teaching and Learning
Learn how to use a variety of effective coaching communication skills to ensure quality outcomes for students, such as, mutual purpose and response, reflection, observation, analysis, intentional best practice, celebration of success, and relationship maintenance.
3 University credits available.          Cost: $345

#6942 Rights and Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process
Designed to help school personnel maintain a safe and orderly environment in an era of increasing disruption and violence.
1 University credit available               Cost:  $130

#8353  How to Read and Write in Math: Improving Problem Solving and Communication in  Mathematics
Designed to help students solve word problems successfully and describe their solution processes successfully.
3 University Credits are Available      Cost:  $345

#9183  Transforming Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems – An Overview
Taught in three sections, will introduce you to the many ways interactive whiteboard systems can enhance instruction.  Section 1: Different digital whiteboard systems: Section 2: Basic operations of hardware and software; Section 3: Applying skills to create lesson plans.
1 University Credit is available              Cost:  $130

Transforming Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems  for Separate Subject Areas
In addition, the course features video-based training of a credentialed teacher in the specific content area.  When registering for these classes please use the numbers below to reference the subject you are signing up for.

#9184  Transforming Language Arts Instruction with Whiteboard Systems
3 University credits are available          Cost:  $345

#9185  Transforming Math Instruction with Whiteboard Systems
3 University credits are available          Cost:  $345

#9186  Transforming Science Instruction with Whiteboard Systems
3 University credits are available          Cost:  $345

#9187  Transforming Social Studies Instruction with Whiteboard Systems
3 University credits are available          Cost:  $345

#10694  Supporting UDL and the Common Core Standards with Interactive Whiteboards Systems
This course will introduce you to ways an interactive whiteboard (IWB) system can support Universal Designs for Learning (UDL) frameworks and the Common Core State Standards in subjects across the curriculum. All IWB systems (regardless of brand or configuration) can be powerful instructional tools in the hands of a trained teacher to meet the needs of diverse learners. The first section of this course explores several current themes in instruction including the Common Core Standards, Universal Design for Learning, and measuring effective teaching. The next section provides a brief overview of different IWB systems before digging in deeper to build a strong foundation of IWB skills such as using the basic software tools and integrating other software and hardware. The section following shows how these skills can be integrated into multiple curricular areas including language arts, math, science, social studies, physical education, music, and art. Throughout, there are connections to common core standards in multiple grade levels and UDL differentiation suggestions. In the last section, you will apply your knowledge to create and teach a lesson of your own, using at least seven of the IWB skills you have learned in this course and identify the standard(s) it supports and at least one differentiation extension. This course includes over 40 videos of a credentialed, SMART® certified teacher demonstrating the skills and how they support instruction.
3 University credits are available             Cost: $345

#9218 English Language Learners in Your Classroom
Presents and analyzes the foundations of bilingual education for teachers to understand and incorporate the most relevant aspects needed in their classrooms for ELL students. Both Basic Interpersonal Communicative Skills (BICS) and Cognitive Academic Language proficiency (CALP) are covered.
3 University credits are available           Cost: $345

#9367 Teaching English Language Learners (ELL): An Introduction
Focuses on how to choose the most appropriate materials and activities for the classroom ELL Student.
3 University credits are available            Cost: $345

#9368 Content-based Instructional Strategies for ELL
Applies the “Six-T’s Approach” to develop content-based lessons. Originally developed by Stoller and Grabe, the Six T’s is a framework for integrating listening, speaking, reading, and writing into content-based instruction.
3 University credits are available           Cost: $345

#9369 ELL Language Assessment and Related Issues in the K-12 Classroom: An Introduction
Explores the legal history and politics surrounding language assessment and the different test structures and methods used to assess ELL students.
3 University credits are available             Cost: $345

#9370 Improving ELL Instruction through the Use of Technology
Explores technologies that support English language development and communication skills, such as dedicated software programs, websites, and other academic technology resources for K-12 ELL Students.
3 University credits are available             Cost: $345

#9371 Developing Listening Comprehension in ELLs
Explores the factors that affect success or failure of listening comprehension, examine an adaptable lesson template that can be used to develop the listening comprehension of ELL Students, and look at specific listening activities targeted at novice-level, intermediate-level, and advanced-level students.
3 University credits are available             Cost: $345

#9372 ELL Reading: Teaching Strategies for K-12
Learning practical techniques and methods for teaching reading in any ELL environment: engagement, motivation, modeling, intensive and extensive reading, vocabulary challenges, comprehension skills, reading rate and strategies, selecting materials and assessment.
3 University credits are available                Cost: $345

#10257 Choice Theory in the Classroom: Every Student Can Succeed
This course focuses on conveying strategies to help teachers develop choice theory connections with and among the students in their classrooms. It is intended to present the basic concepts of choice theory and how it is applied in the classroom at any grade level.
3 University credits are available               Cost: $345

#10258 Creating Compassionate Schools
This course offers insight into challenges faced by professionals across the educational spectrum in identifying, addressing, and collaborating around the complex needs of students impacted by adverse childhood experiences.
3 University credits are available             Cost: $345

#10268  Maximizing Engagment for All Learners
As teachers begin teaching witht he CCSS framework they will quickly recognize an even greater emphasis needs to be placed on student engagement.  There is widespread recognition that teachers are tasked with creating favorable learning conditions for a diverse population of learners.  Teaching within the CCSS framework requires teachers to create equity of outcomes as well as equity of access to learning.  In order for teachers to move deeper into teaching with the CCSS it is important that they develop a solid understanding of the underlying principles of the CCSS and how maximizing student engagement is an essential part of teaching effectively with in the CCSS.
3 University credits are available             Cost: $345


Please note:   Cost listed  is for the course only; payable to the ROE.  University Credit is an additional cost; you will be prompted during the online course to apply for and pay for that credit.  Most courses are through Humboldt University and are approx. $50 a credit.  Or you may also choose Aurora University at $100 per credit through the online course at the end.  The ROE fee must be paid before your access codes to get started are sent to you, please be sure a correct email address is included.