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EDU549H.1
The topic of this 1 credit course / workshop is an overview of the US Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition resources and how educators can best support English Learners. The course is organized into 5 modules, based on the US DOE EL Toolkit, EDTech for English Learners, Family Toolkit, and Newcomer Toolkit and including supplemental information and next steps on co-teaching, dual-identification, instructional strategies, newcomer resources, and digital tools. *All Fees Waived **RCAS Staff ONLY ***Text Provided More
Dates Dates: ONLINE from 06/01/2021-08/06/2021
Credits Credits: 1 Graduate Credit, 1 Undergraduate, and 15 CEU/CE
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EDUC 659
Learn practical strategies for building emotional resilience in and out of the classroom. Through course readings and asynchronous online discussion forums, participants will explore and discuss self-knowledge, understanding emotions, storytelling as empowerment, community building, mindfulness, self-care, perfectionism, brain training, compassion fatigue, self-forgiveness, self-learning, creativity for healing, creating change, and embracing gratitude. The course will incorporate human-centered design, which means we will listen/respond empathetically to each other's experiences. We value the "whole person" of each educator. Required Text: 'Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators' by Elena Agular (please obtain on your own)
THIS CLASS IS FULLY ONLINE
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Dates Dates: ONLINE COURSE start and end dates; June 10, 2021-August 6, 2021 Assignment Due Dates will be given by the instructor after registration is complete.
Credits Credits: 3 Graduate Credit, 3 Undergraduate, and 45 CEU/CE
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EDUC 659
Learn how to conquer stress, fatigue, and recurring illness through the mPowered Method created by veteran teacher Lesley Moffat. Discover how mindfulness, meals, movement, and music can help you overcome job-related stress and chronic illness. Tune in to how your decisions regarding diet, exercise, sleep, and relaxation affect how you feel, and create action plans for making small changes which can impact your life in big ways. Moffat’s SNaP Strategies will help you Start Now and Progress through the 6 Stages of Personal Change. Create a personalized plan to help you overcome the obstacles which are preventing you from showing up to your classroom as your best possible self. Required Text: ‘I Love My Job but It’s Killing Me: The Teacher’s Guide to Conquering Chronic Stress and Sickness’ By Lesley Moffat (Obtain on your own) More
Dates Dates: ONLINE from 6/10/2021-8/6/2021
Credits Credits: 1 Graduate Credit, 1 Undergraduate, and 15 CEU/CE
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Connecting with Students Online
Book Study
An unprecedented pandemic may change the definition of classroom, but it doesn't have to change your definition of good teaching. Now that you’re making the shift to online teaching, it’s time to answer the tough questions about remote, digitally based instruction: 
How do I build and nurture relationships with students and their at-home adults from afar? 
How do I adapt my best teaching to an online setting? 
How do I keep a focus on students and their needs when they aren’t in front of me? 
Jennifer Serravallo’s Connecting with Students Online gives you concise, doable answers based on her own experiences and those of the teachers, administrators, and coaches she has communicated with during the pandemic. In this online book study, participants will engage in discussions and activities centered on the importance of teacher-student connection and best practices for online learning.   
 10 CEUs will be offered for successful completion of the book study.  This will include discussions and assignments in Canvas, as well as an application and reflection of a chosen strategy in your LMS.   
Title:  Connecting with Students Online by Jennifer Serravallo 
The book will be provided to the first 15 participants to register.
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Dates Dates: Course is online. Participants have from April 19-August 1 to complete the course
Credits Credits: 10 CEU/CE
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THIS is Balanced Literacy
Book Study
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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Dates Dates: Course is online. Participants have from April 15-August 1 to complete the requirements in Canvas (online learning system).
Credits Credits: 10 CEU/CE
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