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Distance Learning for Special Education:
Tips & Hacks
Learn how to best use digital tools and techniques in distance learning for special education (SPED) students in this online.
IEP Goal Tracking: Remote and In-Person
Learn to use virtual tools and strategies in our online course for teachers of special education students. Explore IEP goal tracking/progress.
SEL and Distance Learning: Empowering Your Students
Learn strategies and tools for your students’ social-emotional learning (SEL) and distance learning in this professional development.
For Teachers & Their Students
Learn practical, scientific ways to reduce anxiety in our online course for educators. Discover new stress management techniques.
Brain Bite: How to Talk to Students About Scary News and Difficult Topics
Brain Bite: Tapping Into Student Motivation
Brain Bite: Engaging Students with ADHD
Executive Functioning: What it Really Means and How to Apply it in Your Classroom
Do you have students who continuously blurt out in class? Students who act out towards you or other students for what appears like no reason at all? Students who can never seem to remember their books or other materials? Students who consistently don’t turn in assignments? Students who are easily distracted or have a hard time sitting still? If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, then we hear you! This PowerPD course is for you!
The Psychology of Motivation: How to Help Your Students & Yourself Get and Stay Inspired
Getting your students to learn effectively is largely a factor of motivation, but knowing what tools and techniques are actually going to work to inspire your students to learn is much more challenging. Each of your students is unique, so there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. By understanding the brain-based psychology behind student motivation and the different types of motivation, you can start to bring balance into your classroom, whether you’re teaching virtually or in-person.
Fake News: Educating Students on Truth in Media
It can feel like an uphill battle, trying to educate students about how to identify good information in a society trending towards an inability to discern truth.
- In 2017, two thirds of American adults got news from social media.
- A 2016 Stanford report found that 80-90% of high school students struggle to judge the credibility of online information.
- A 2019 Stanford report found that more than half of high schoolers fail to evaluate the validity of the media they consume.