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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 15 brand new courses—created for teachers like you! Explore graduate-level, continuing education courses on Literacy, Culture and Language, Early Childhood, Science/STEM, Special Populations, Health and PhyEd, Educator Wellness, and Instructional Strategies.

Literacy

Using Technology to Transform Research Writing

Course 5628 | 3-Credits | Gr. 5-12

With the emergence of new digital tools to assist with writing, the research writing process has never felt more manageable! In this course, participants will review resources and tools for teaching research writing and design a variety of digital tools to implement in their own instruction. By the end of the course, teachers will know how to make research writing come to life for their students! Come explore all of the digital tools that can transform the research writing classroom!

Love, Literacy, and Liberation in the Culturally Inclusive Classroom

Course 5290 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-5

What does it mean to practice revolutionary love, the kind of love that is backed by action and intentionality? In this course, you will develop strategies to support students’ linguistic diversity, reading and writing development, and family and community engagement. You will not only gain more tools for literacy instruction, but you will also have a new understanding of what it means to be a culturally inclusive educator who not only believes in love but enacts it!

Motivate, Celebrate, and Innovate with Secondary ELA Instruction

Course 5289 | 3-Credits | Gr. 5-12+

In this course, participants will explore fresh instructional strategies and tools for differentiating content in the secondary language arts classroom. Prepare to fill your recipe box by exploring new grading and assessment practices, identifying motivation and engagement strategies for secondary students, and utilizing opportunities to collaborate with colleagues to make the hard work of secondary ELA sustainable.

Effective Fluency Instruction for Skilled Reading

Course 5293 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-5

Explore the latest research on how the brain learns to read and discover how decoding, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency interconnect to create proficient readers. Gather evidence-based strategies focused on modeling, repeated reading, and understand how performance can support expression. By the end of this course, you will be equipped with the practical skills to help every student become a fluent reader.

Systematic and Explicit Phonics Instruction for Early Reading and Writing Success

Course 5282 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-3

This course helps bridge the divide between phonics knowledge and practice. You’ll gather strategies and routines for teaching the alphabetic principle, letter-sound correspondence, spelling patterns, and more advanced phonics skills like syllable division and morphology.

Culture and Language

World Language Differentiation for Heritage and Native Speakers

Course 5576 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

Students who are heritage or native speakers bring a wealth of knowledge to school and the classroom, especially in World Language class! This course will expand your toolkit to include the Language Experience Approach (LEA), oracy, and a wealth of differentiation possibilities; many of which can also be used with students identified as gifted and talented!

Early Childhood

Growing and Learning with Nature-Based Outdoor Education PreK-2

Course 5292 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-2

Learn how spending time with trees, streams, plants, sunshine and snow improves students’ mental health, well-being, and happiness. Unearth books and dig into resources that champion and support outdoor learning for both teachers and students.

Transforming the Mathematical Experiences of Young Children

Course 5287 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-1

Designed to empower educators with the knowledge to teach mathematics effectively to young children, this course explores the variety of ways students can learn math throughout their day. Whether you are an experienced teacher looking for ways to enhance your math instruction or a new teacher finding your footing, you'll leave the course with ideas for teaching a variety of math concepts for 3-6 year olds.

Trauma-Informed Teaching in Early Childhood

Course 5288 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-3

Learn how children’s cognitive, language, physical, and social-emotional development are impacted by trauma, and how best practices for working with students who have experienced trauma can make their lives better and more manageable. Uncover how trauma-informed and culturally responsive practices make us informed educators, and study ways to respond when our youngest students express their experiences.

Science/STEM

Cultivating Equity in STEM

Course 5272 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+

This course will prepare you to foster a STEM culture where all students are “STEM people!” Reimagine STEM as inclusive, equitable, and accessible for all students. You’ll teach students how to claim a positive STEM identity, cultivate a sense of belonging in your classroom, and integrate the arts to build STEAM with creativity and maker culture.

Special Populations

Strengths-Based Support for Neurodiverse Learners

Course 5291 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

Neurodiversity is a gift to our world, and understanding how to support neurodiverse students is essential in today’s classrooms. This information-packed course provides definitions, strategies, and explanations to shed a fresh perspective on what it means to be neurodiverse.

Re-Imagining Trauma-Informed Practices With Equity

Course 5524 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+

We know students experience trauma in a variety of contexts, both in and out of school. While we cannot always change the circumstances around trauma, we can ensure all students are cared for by incorporating equity principles as part of our trauma-informed practices, and this course will guide you toward that goal.

PhyEd/Health

Serving Up Student Success with Pickleball

Course 5533 | 1-Credit | Gr. K-12+

Engage students through movement in this ever-growing, social, popular, and inexpensive sport. Any teacher can learn how to apply the dynamics of sports into their classroom, or to get students moving and energized. Easy-to-learn, fun to play, pickleball is another way we can keep students active, engaged, and thriving.

Educator Wellness

Nutrition, Exercise, Wellness, and Sleep for Teachers

Course 5296 | 3-Credits | Gr. PK-12+
Learn the 6 step process to identify priorities, goals, and habits that will lead you on a path to improved health and wellness. Uncover best practices of nutrition, exercise, wellness, and sleep through informative videos, guided reflection, and intentional planning.

Instructional Strategies

Science of Learning: A Practical Approach to Engaging Every Learner

Course 5298 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-12+

This course outlines the importance of using the science of learning to understand students’ cognitive strengths and identify the skills to support, which is the most common source of behavioral and learning challenges.