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Ready, Aim, Teach!

Ready Aim Teach provides highly engaging professional development courses that leave you excited to get back in the classroom. Are you a new teacher just starting your teaching career and seeking expert recommendations to get things off to a great start? We’ve got solutions for you! Or are you are an experienced teacher looking to regain your enthusiasm or deal with a challenge? Ready Aim Teach can help!

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Course Descriptions

EDU 505R Delving into Differentiation This course is designed for participants to learn to develop systems and structures to differentiate instruction for delivery of content, how students process information, and how students demonstrate mastery. Participants explore ways to differentiate instruction to be more culturally sensitive and meet the needs of students who are English Language Learners. 2 credits

EDU 506R Proactive Teaching This course is designed to help teachers practice and implement the proactive strategies to engage students, prevent disruptions, and promote high level thinking and learning. 2 credits

EDU 507R Dynamic Teaching: Igniting the Spark This course is designed to build teachers’ capacity to motivate students to be active participants in their learning and to give teachers strategies to help students understand content at a deep level. 2 credits

EDU 508R Success for English Learners This course is designed to build teachers’ capacity to motivate students to be active participants in their learning and to give teachers strategies to help students understand content at a deep level. 2 credits

EDU 509R Transforming Learning, Thinking, and Relationships This course is designed to build teachers’ capacity to manage student behavior through the use of proactive instructional and relationship strategies. credits

EDU 510R Equity in Education: Interrupting the Status Quo This course is designed to build teachers’ capacity to begin having courageous conversations about race and understand how the factors of diversity and implicit bias impact institutional practices and policies. 2 credits

EDU 511R A New View of the ADHD Brain: What Works, What Doesn’t and Why  This course illustrates the physiological differences in the brain development of students with and without ADHD. Equipped with this new knowledge on the nature of ADHD, this course explores how the ADHD brain works differently from non-ADHD brains and provides scores of practical interventions for improving learning and behavior. Participants learn how to become “the surrogate frontal lobes” for their students with ADHD and how to change their view of ADHD from a purely behaviorally disorder to a unique brain construct that can be accommodated with highly successful outcomes. 2 credits

EDU 512R Voice & Choice: Putting Students in the Driver’s Seat of Their Learning Explore the power of student-driven differentiation in daily learning; jump starting student willingness to put forth effort, participate, study, and take intellectual risks. Examine the impact of educators serving as “choice coaches” to help students design their own pathways to increased achievement. Through a variety of quick, practical, and engaging experiences, learn easy-to-implement steps to begin adding voice and choice into every lesson. This course uncovers how strategically providing choices in learning supports metacognition and promotes positive academic identities as student reflect on the choices they make. See how putting students in the driver’s seat of their learning transforms students from dependent learners to independent scholars. 1 credit

EDU 513R Fold ‘n Learn: Multiple Modalities to Boost Critical Thinking Discover how to engage students, boost retention, and deepen learning. Participants will explore how to move the content from simple recall to long term storage. This hands-on course allows participants to encounter a variety of Foldables® that help convert abstract concepts (like history facts or vocabulary words) into a kinesthetic experience that will deepen the understanding of lessons. Participants will investigate a variety of options for three-dimensional graphic organizers, learn easy-to-implement and content-friendly tools to support struggling students and English Learners, and energize highly able students to think at a deeper level. Get ready to enrich every students’ experience. 1 credit