Responsive Teaching and Equitable Practices™

Course Description

Accommodating student interests, explaining outcomes, creating activities, and designing instruction that ensure engagement and success among all students are key ingredients to a flexible and responsive classroom. This course explores strategies for creating a classroom environment designed to support self-directed student learning and teacher-student collaboration with maximum instructional flexibility. Explore best practices for becoming advocates for students. Explore your role in educating families, and examine ways to form effective partnerships with students, teachers, and other stakeholders.

Three (3) Credit Hours

Format

  • Online: Self-paced

Concentrations

  • New Teacher Fundamentals
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Social-Emotional
  • Teacher Leadership

Course Offerings