By October, students are likely to have settled into their school routines, and you are becoming more aware of their needs. You’re also likely to be more aware of your own needs as an educator. Whether it’s classroom management, technology skills, or new curriculum content, you may decide that some professional development is just what the doctor ordered.
PBS TeacherLine offers online, graduate-level courses that use valuable PBS educational resources to engage students and help them make progress. Among many fall courses that begin on Wednesday, October 26, are:
- MATH181 Math in Everyday Life (15 HR)
Grade Preschool / PreK-3
- RDLA056 Raising Readers: Ready to Read and Write with Digital Media (15 HR
- RDLA157 Raising Readers: Teaching Phonemic Awareness and Phonics (45 HRS)
- INST120 Creating Units to Support Differing Learning Styles (30 HR)
- TECH325 Searching and Researching on the Internet (30 HR)
- MATH165 Enabling Students with Special Needs to Succeed in Math Class (30 HR)
- SCI560 Teaching Earth & Space Science (45 HR / 10 WK)
If you have any questions about how PBS TeacherLine courses work, how to obtain grad credit, or for some guidance on how to register, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-781-2801 extension 292.