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At Learners Edge, we are constantly working to provide teachers with high-quality, continuing education courses that focus on relevant topics and the latest instructional strategies.
We are so excited to start the summer off with 8 brand new courses created with teachers like you in mind! Explore graduate-level, continuing education courses in Literacy, Educator Wellness, 21st Century Learning, Teaching in the Content Areas, and Culture and Language.
Course 5227 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-3+
Dive into the Science of Reading to help unlock the alphabetic code that enables students to read with greater confidence and less struggle. With 6 manageable, yet powerful shifts grounded in decades of research, you’ll learn to apply high-leverage practices to support oral language development, phonemic awareness, phonics, and word-solving skills– all key components for comprehension.
*New Course Format: This new mini-module format allows you to work through the course in smaller, more focused segments. You’ll find the same great resources and applicable assignments, just spread out over 10 modules."
Course 5228 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+
Financial Fitness for Educators will help you build the knowledge, strategies, and habits to fulfill your financial dreams. From making ends meet on a new teacher salary to saving for retirement, learn the steps you can take to achieve financial wellness. Plan for the future as you master how to build a rainy-day fund, plot purposeful spending, and appreciate how investing in yourself brings financial freedom.
21ST CENTURY LEARNING
Course 5215 | 3-Credits | Gr. 3-12
We look to skills, or “fluencies,”- Solution, Collaboration, Information, Communication, Creativity, and Global Citizenship- to help students grow in proficiency as they see and interact with the world. To replace the traditional focus on the three “R’s,” this course is full of fresh ideas for progressive teaching using the Fluencies to keep learning relevant, applicable, engaging, and future focused.
TEACHING IN THE CONTENT AREAS
Course 5224 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+
Calling all educators who teach health–as an early childhood educator, a classroom generalist, a dedicated Health and/or Physical Education teacher, or a school nurse. With different needs depending on students’ ages and your professional role, we’ve created pathways with options to suit every educator! Learn strategies to support students’ physical, mental, and social-emotional health as you empower them to care for their own.
Course 5221 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12
STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) knowledge will help our young people change the world. STEM instruction works with real world problems, while engaging in possible partnerships with colleagues, local community, and the world. This course will help you with ready to go lessons and well-rounded knowledge about the importance of STEM now, and in the future.
Course 5222 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-8
Challenge the traditional narrative of fluency, expanding your understanding to include flexibility with numbers, strategy selection, reasoning, and creativity. With a robust collection of strategies, games, and activities, this course will give you the tools you need to build a strong foundation of fluency and empower confident mathematical thinkers.
Course 5230 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+
School nurses practice at the intersection of healthcare and education, coordinating wellness for students, staff, and community. This course, created specifically for nurses practicing in the PreK-12 setting, explores challenges and opportunities in 21st Century school nursing. Consider the impact of coordinated school healthcare, school nursing principles, and your own experiences as a school nurse and apply your learning to current topics in the field.
CULTURE AND LANGUAGE
Course 5229 | 3-Credits | Gr. 3-12
Become an ally and advocate for students and colleagues of color in this transformative course based on the IndieFlix documentary film, Race to Be Human. Educators will be given the chance to learn the toll racism takes on the mental health of students of color, along with resources to create a classroom of equity and ensure successful school experiences for students of color while managing their mental health.