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March 2013

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................................. ............................... Next sessions begin in May and June. Exciting new format!  Evaluate past curriculum and achievement data to inform future curricular planning. If you are starting with a new grade level, subject matter, text book, or standards (including the Common Core Standards), this course is an opportunity to purposefully plan for the next academic year. Teachers can complete this course over the summer with our new online self-paced format to successfully design and organize your curriculum and daily classroom procedures. Flexible enrollment now through June 30.  Enroll in either a 3-unit or 6-unit course today! Explore ways, existing and emerging technologies, such as, iPads, iPods, cell phones, Netbooks, and e-readers are becoming learning tools and how they can be integrated into the classroom.  Transition into the role of "Teacher Leader" on campus with training in educational issues, laws, and programs, so you can be assigned special duties or take on leadership roles on the school campus. ............................... Build a solid foundation in efective early identiication, prevention, victim support, cyber-bullying awareness, and school culture changes that can provide real and lasting solutions. Exciting two week class for K-12 teachers.  Today's students are ever changing as we encounter new challenges that make the traditional classroom more and more mundane. Deeper learning stems from good instruction and this course will give us time to celebrate best practices and challenge ourselves to think diferently about the way it has always been done. This unique program ofers teachers the opportunity to enhance their professional development skills in the ield of character development/education. When student behavior disrupts the learning environment, what can we as educators do?  Examine the major causes of unproductive student behavior and learn to encourage positive intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships in the classroom. D I V I S I O N O F P R O F E S S I O N A L A N D CO N T I N U I N G E D U C AT I O N Prior district approval for salary advancement units is recommended and the responsibility of each student. NOTE: One Semester Unit is equivalent to 15 hours. March 2013 39

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