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Learn practical strategies for reducing job-related stress and guarding against teacher burnout. Participants will discuss sources of stress, learn about creating healthy boundaries, experiment with multiple self-care. The class will be centered around the book 'First Aid for Teacher Burnout: How You Can Find Peace and Success' by Dr. Jenny Rankin (TO BE PURCHASED ON YOUR OWN) The course will incorporate human-centered design, which means we will listen empathetically to each other's experiences. We value the "whole person" of each educator.
Please purchase the text locally or online for around $32.00 More
Dates: ONLINE COURSE start and end dates; January 7, 2020-May 7, 2020 Assignment Due Dates will be given by the instructor after registration is complete.
Credits: 1 Graduate Credit, 1 Undergraduate, and 15 CEU/CE
Note: Books studies are available to RCAS employees only.
Are you wondering how to strike the right balance with all the components of Wonders Balanced Literacy? If you’re new to the approach or if you’re trying to connect the approach to our new curriculum, this book study will help participants explore and learn how to best implement the balanced literacy approach from leaders in the field, including Douglas Fisher, one of the authors of Wonders Balanced Literacy. This text will show you how to find the right mix of skills and knowledge, reading and writing, small- and whole-group instruction and direct and dialogic instruction so that all students can learn to their maximum potential. This course will be completed in Canvas for Spring 2020, with a face-to-face option during Summer 2020. Come and engage with colleagues across the district and build your understanding of Balanced Literacy!
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$26.95 from Corwin
Dates: Course is online. Participants have from January 4 -May 17, 2020 to complete the requirements in Canvas (online learning system).
Credits: 7.5 CEU/CE
The Love and Logic Approach has enjoyed decades of success with challenging kids of all types. This class focuses on kids who have experienced trauma, loss or other types of pain. Participants will learn how to extend hope to traumatized kids. More
Starts: 2/18/2020 4:30 PM
Credits: 2 Graduate Credit, 2 Undergraduate, and 30 CEU/CE