For more information on each course, please click on the class title. To view the complete eNetLearning Course Catalog click here.

 

NEW COURSE – Early Childhood I and Early Childhood II – Starts JULY 1ST – Early Childhood I –  This Education course is designed to provide an overview of the expectations and roles of the early childhood educator. The course provides details about childhood development, health, nutrition, and guidance strategies to help students understand the exciting and unique opportunities that a career in early childhood education can offer. The course is intended to prepare teachers for challenges they may face, but to emphasize the rewards of being able to influence the life of a young child.  Early Childhood II – The Early Childhood Education Two course is designed to provide an overview of the professional expectations of being an early childhood educator. Throughout the course, participants will learn about what it means to be a professional, including the significance of professional development in any educational role.  They will review observational methods and the history of education in the United States, with a focus on early childhood and school-age programs. They will spend a significant portion of the course learning about the importance of Developmentally Appropriate Practice and how to implement DAP strategies. Designing physical, social, and temporal environments will also be a major focus of the course, as will developing relationships with families and communities to strengthen their position and knowledge.  To register for this course, please click here.


NEW COURSE – Early Childhood I and Early Childhood II – Starts JULY 1ST – Early Childhood I –  This Education course is designed to provide an overview of the expectations and roles of the early childhood educator. The course provides details about childhood development, health, nutrition, and guidance strategies to help students understand the exciting and unique opportunities that a career in early childhood education can offer. The course is intended to prepare teachers for challenges they may face, but to emphasize the rewards of being able to influence the life of a young child. Early Childhood II – The Early Childhood Education Two course is designed to provide an overview of the professional expectations of being an early childhood educator. Throughout the course, participants will learn about what it means to be a professional, including the significance of professional development in any educational role. They will review observational methods and the history of education in the United States, with a focus on early childhood and school-age programs.  They will spend a significant portion of the course learning about the importance of Developmentally Appropriate Practice and how to implement DAP strategies. Designing physical, social, and temporal environments will also be a major focus of the course, as will developing relationships with families and communities to strengthen their position and knowledge.  To register for this course, please click here.


FREE COURSE – Transitioning to Remote Learning – Starts JULY 1ST   – In this course, you will learn several techniques and helpful resources to make your transition to remote learning be a successful one.  You will review examples of remote teaching and reflect on considerations that should be taken into account when transitioning to remote learning.   To register for this course, please click here.


Designing Blended Learning – Anytime and Anyplace Starts JULY 1ST – Designing Blended Learning is an e-learning course for teachers that explains and demonstrates blended learning with interactive activities and locally relevant classroom examples. The course helps teachers transition to creating blended learning experiences. It provides the background rationale, planning strategies, and suggested technology tools. It offers suggestions for assessing student learning in a blended course and managing the day-to-day blended environment.  Participants will also learn how to create course areas within Google in the Classroom and Moodle platforms.  To register for this course, please click here.


cational Leadership in the 21st CenturyStarts JULY 1ST  Educational Leadership in the 21st Century provides an interactive e-learning experience to support professional learning practices and plans with staff and administrators. In this course, participants explore and discuss school leadership in our students’ technological 21st century world. School leaders explore examples of best practices, examine leadership behaviors, and develop strategies to better support their teachers. They follow two administrators who work together to better use technology to support teachers and improve student achievement. Participants discuss ideas and strategies and apply them to their own practice. Extension activities provide opportunities to explore more in-depth topics of interest.  To register for this course, please click here.


The Future of Education – Starts JULY 1ST – This course is designed to prepare future educators/administrators for the classroom and school, they will inherit! It starts with a history of education and how blended, adaptive, and personalized learning are coming to the forefront in learning.  It then explores new and emerging technologies, along with their current and future impact on education. Throughout the course, students will explore a wide range of career possibilities in the education field and evaluate both the promises and pitfalls of technology in education.  To register for this course, please click here.


NEW COURSE – It is Time to Get Organized – Starts JULY 1ST – We challenge you to try the strategies you will learn in this course. You will explore the outside resources – websites, digital storage resources, books, and magazines. We wish you success in your journey to a more organized life.  To register for this course, please click here.  To register for this course, please click here.


Project-Based Approaches – Starts JULY  1ST – Using specific classroom scenarios, teachers explore the characteristics and benefits of Project-Based Learning (PBL). Throughout the Intel® Teach – Project-Based Approaches course, teachers consider their own teaching practice as they follow a teacher new to project-based learning who discusses strategies with a mentor teacher. Planning and project design modules guide teachers through organizing the curriculum, the classroom, and students for successful 21st century projects. The assessment module demonstrates strategies for assessing students’ 21st century skills throughout an open-ended project. The course offers opportunities to apply the PBL concepts with action-planning exercises.  To register for this course, please click here.


PMIEF – Project Management – Toolkit for Teachers Starts JULY 1ST –  The PMI Educational Foundation has sponsored the creation of the course materials and has chosen eNetLearning to deliver the content. The Project Management Toolkit for Teachers™ online course is a facilitated experience that integrates the best practices of project-based learning with skills and tools for project management. The course will guide you through the Project Management Toolkit for Teachers, a resource that can be used with elementary through high school students.  To register for this course, please click here.


Student Engagement with One-to-One Starts JULY  1ST – This course will introduce educators to student engagement, one of the most powerful factors affecting student achievement. Participants will explore highly effective instructional strategies in one-to-one learning environments, transforming current instructional units to better engage students by reworking unit content, redefining student work products, and reflecting on teaching and learning processes.  Learn to identify the characteristics of engaged learners, assess levels of student engagement, and reflect upon your teaching practices to better engage students.  To register for this course, please click here.


Show Me  the Money – Writing Winning Grants – Starts JULY 1ST – This six-week online asynchronous course provides a structured framework and run entirely online for educators wanting to learn how to write clear, concise, and competitive grants. The information, resources, and strategies offered in this course will help educators use their newly acquired grant writing skills to bring “free money” to their school.  To register for this course, please click here.


Inquiry in the Science Classroom – Starts JULY 1st – Inquiry in the Science Classroom is an e-learning course for teachers that will give an indepth explanation and demonstration of the inquiry process. Using interactive activities and locally relevant classroom examples, this course is more than just for science teachers.  It is a course for all teachers who would like to incorporate inquiry within their curriculum areas. The course will build a foundation for inquiry and provide the rationale and research basis, common misconceptions, and specific strategies for inquiry as part of any science learning, regardless of the science discipline. It will promote best practices for improving scientific inquiry and will help both the teacher with weak science inquiry background but it will also reinforce teachers more experienced with inquiry.  To register for this course, please click here.


For any additional information or questions, please contact any of the following eNetLearning staff: Carolyn Gardner at carolyngardner@eNetLearning.org, Jane Brown at jane@springshosting.org or Dan Morris at danmorris@eNetLearning.org.

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