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At Teaching Channel, 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 continue summer learning with 11 brand new courses—created for teachers like you! Explore graduate-level, continuing education courses on Ed Tech, Culture and Language, Literacy, Instructional Strategies, SEL, Special Populations, and Math. Plus, this month we’ve introduced a new Fast Track course!

Instructional Strategies

Beyond the Book: Creating a Comprehensive Unit for Born a Crime

Course 5332 | 3-Credits | Gr. 5-12+

This course in the Beyond the Book Series allows you to design and create an instructional unit for Born a Crime. Explore historical information and multimedia resources about apartheid, including connections between apartheid and present-day human rights issues. Identify key themes related to identity and belonging, and analyze the text using a variety of comprehension strategies. By the end of this course, you will have a complete unit of study, and feel energized, confident, and ready to teach Born a Crime.

High-Dosage Tutoring for Learning Recovery and Acceleration

Course 5320 | 1-Credit | Gr. PK-12+

Explore the transformative potential of high-dosage tutoring (also known as high-impact tutoring) to address learning loss and accelerate achievement for all student groups. Discover innovative technologies, such as AI-powered tutoring platforms like Khanmigo, and learn how these tools can enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of tutoring efforts. Whether you're a teacher, administrator, or district leader, this course equips you to advocate for, plan, and implement high-impact tutoring initiatives in your school community

Beyond the Book: Creating a Comprehensive Unit for Braiding Sweetgrass

Course 5331 | 3-Credits | Gr. 5-12+

This course in the Beyond the Book Series allows you to design an instructional unit for Braiding Sweetgrass. Identify key themes and quotes and explore multimedia resources to build background and content-area knowledge. Then, using best practices in Backwards Design and Universal Design for Learning (UDL), develop a variety of learning activities and a final project to create a dynamic, engaging unit!

Literacy

Structured Vocabulary Practices for Robust Word Learning

Course 5327 | 3-Credits | Gr. 3-12+

In this vocabulary course, you’ll learn about the features of evidence-based vocabulary instruction, including routines for introducing new words, protocols for prioritizing words, and strategies for active processing of vocabulary knowledge. Ideal for 3-12 general educators, support specialists, and content area teachers, this foundational vocabulary course will equip you with the knowledge you need to deliver structured and robust vocabulary instruction aligned to the science of reading.

EdTech

Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for Innovative Instruction

Course 5328 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+

Explore the transformative capabilities of artificial intelligence tools to optimize instruction while lightening your teacher workload! Harness the power of language models like ChatGPT, Google Gemini, and Microsoft Copilot to save time and reduce burnout. Level up your lesson planning with AI assistance, and boost efficiency and effectiveness in your classroom!

Math

Deeper Learning with the California Math Framework

Course 5903 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

In this course specifically designed for California teachers, you’ll dive into the new California Mathematics Framework. With topics from number sense to data science, from reasoning to fluency, you will learn about mathematical framework components and apply them in your professional role regardless of the grade level you teach. Learn to support equitable access to quality mathematics and gain strategies for supporting student language and learning needs.

Special Populations

Celebrating and Supporting Twice-Exceptional (2e) Learners

Course 5325 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

Imagine a student who's a creative force, but struggles with organization. Or a whiz at math who gets frustrated with reading. These are just some of the unique challenges faced by twice-exceptional (2e) learners, who are identified as gifted and as having a specific learning disability. This course will help you better understand and support your 2e learners so you can champion them!

Behavior Supports for Students with Autism

Course 5311 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

Through the use of case studies and expert resources, this course will break down the basics of common ASD behaviors for general educators and support staff to assist autistic students. Learn about evidence-based practices (EBPs), functions of behavior, replacement behavior, and reinforcements as strategies to understand and address behavior challenges.

Early Childhood

Creating a Gender Inclusive Classroom for Young Learners

Course 5312 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-2

To create safe and affirming environments that break through the barriers beyond “blue is for boys,” and “pink is for girls,” you will explore ways you can make all students feel included and seen. Discover how gender-neutral language, gender-expansive books, and anti-bias curricula encourage inclusivity, and log your reflections and gender terminology on templates designed to capture your new knowledge.

Culture and Language

Empowering Multilingual Newcomers with Language and SEL Support

Course 5308 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

Welcoming newcomer students – immigrants or refugees– to our classrooms requires targeted and compassionate interventions to foster feelings of belonging and empowerment. Explore language development strategies with multi-cue and comprehensible input approaches to learning English, and deepen your awareness of the needs of newcomer students with learning disabilities.

SEL

SEL for Middle and High School Students

Course 5323 | 3-Credits | Gr. 5-12+

This course will guide you in reflecting on your classroom practices to promote the Collaborative for Academic Social Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework through resilience, self-awareness, and more. Challenge the status quo through assignments focused on identity, empathy, and responsible decision-making, and design your assessment philosophy to support student resilience. Filled with SEL strategies, this course will refresh and restore the way you promote social-emotional learning in your middle or high school classroom.

Fast Track

The Power and Possibilities of Play

Course 5423 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+

More than a teaching strategy for our youngest, play enhances learning for all students from PreK to 12th grade, and even the adults, too. Honor the rejuvenating power play brings to your classroom, including the ways it fosters friendships, teaches self-regulation, encourages social-emotional learning, and promotes well-being. Bring joy back to teaching as you rediscover the power and possibilities of play!