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Red Arrow Anti-Bullying Strategies for Primary Grades (K-3)

Are you looking for ways to curb bullying behavior? In this online course teachers learn about the myths, facts, research, and current events that surround bullying. Teachers are introduced to the different types of bullying and the various roles involved in bullying. Effective strategies are covered to help teachers assess, prevent, and reduce bullying in the classroom and school. Such strategies include creating positive relationships with students and integrating cooperative learning and character education into the curriculum. Teachers will understand how to properly intervene during incidents of bullying and learn how to create a safe learning environment for students.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful 4th-6th Grade Classroom (4-6)

Do you need help managing your4th-6th grade classroom? This online course provides teachers with the best practices for developing and managing a successful 4th-6th grade classroom. This course covers strategies for implementing the Common Core State Standards, while managing time so that all content is covered. Behavioral issues common in grades four through six are covered along with overall classroom management techniques. This course also provides successful strategies for gaining students’ attention and interest, and truly engaging them in lessons.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful Primary Classroom (K-3)

Are you looking for the best practices for creating and managing a successful primary classroom? This course covers strategies for implementing the new Common Core State Standards, while managing time so that all content is covered. Behavioral issues and overall classroom management techniques are addressed in detail. This course also provides successful strategies for gaining students’ attention and interest, and truly engaging them in lessons. Mainstreaming English language learners and students with special needs is also covered in depth.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful Middle School Classroom (6-8)

Do you need help managing your middle school classroom? This online course provides teachers with the best practices for developing and managing a successful junior high or middle school classroom. This course covers strategies for implementing the Common Core State Standards, while managing time so that all content is covered. Behavioral issues common in grades six through eight are covered along with overall classroom management techniques. This course also provides successful strategies for gaining students’ attention and interest, and truly engaging them in lessons.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful High School Classroom (9-12)

Are you a high school teacher interested in improving instructional strategies and classroom management? This online course provides opportunities for teachers to learn strategies for improving differentiation in their instruction by scaffolding for a variety of learning abilities including gifted students, English language learners, and special needs students.  Additionally, the course provides solutions for common obstacles at the high school level, including engagement strategies and time management. Throughout the course, teachers will find resources to use in the classroom, some for student management and others for instructional purposes. Teachers will also learn a variety of strategies for using technology to improve student learning and performance.

Red Arrow Bullying: Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention (4-8)

Are you concerned about the bullying epidemic? This online course teaches elementary and middle grade teachers (grades 4-8) about the myths, facts, research, and current events that surround bullying. Teachers are introduced to the different types of bullying in addition to the various roles involved in bullying. Effective strategies are covered to help teachers assess, prevent, and reduce bullying in the classroom and school. Teachers will understand how to properly intervene during incidents of bullying and learn how to use and develop activities that will help manage bullying in the classroom.

Red Arrow Character Education for the 21st Century (K-12)

Does it often seem that students are lacking good character? Do you believe if your students had better character they would be better behaved in class? Incorporating character education into your daily lessons can help your classroom run more effectively. This online course is designed to guide teachers through the six pillars of character education — trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. Teachers will explore innovative ways to incorporate each of the six pillars into their daily lessons so that students are better able to make the right choices when confronted with problem situations. Throughout the course, teachers will learn specific strategies for incorporating the six pillars into their daily lessons through the use of scenarios, classroom activities, service learning projects, and literature. Teachers will learn about the relationship between character education and bullying, and how behaviors can be managed through the use of good character and strong, positive, inclusive classroom practices.

Red Arrow Classroom Management Strategies for High School Teachers (9-12)

Does managing your high school classroom seem like an impossible task? Most of us routinely invest a lot of time, effort, and energy into our most challenging students, oftentimes with unsustainable results. The truth is that high school teachers do not have to exhaust themselves in order to successfully manage their classrooms. Even though teaching adolescents can be difficult at times, it can also be a very rewarding experience. This online course addresses some of the most daunting classroom management issues including how to set boundaries and establish rapport, respecting diversity and differences, how to hook and keep students motivated and engaged, social and emotional learning, anti-bullying strategies, establishing a growth mindset, and how to shift ownership of learning from the teacher to the student.

Red Arrow Classroom Management Survival Course (K-8)

How many times have you thought that you could accomplish a great deal more in the classroom if your students would just behave? Classroom management is key to an effective teaching environment. In this course, teachers learn practical strategies for establishing rules, routines, and a discipline plan that really works!

Red Arrow Conquering the Behavioral Challenges of Special Needs Students (K-2)

Are you struggling with the behavioral challenges of your special education students? This online course is designed for teachers in grades K-2 who want to learn how to incorporate behavior interventions for special education students who have been diagnosed with disorders such as autism spectrum disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Information on behavior management is shared with specific focus on a tiered system of behavioral support, implementing IEPs, functional behavior analysis, and behavior intervention plans. Specific strategies are introduced to help teachers support special education students who struggle behaviorally.

Red Arrow Educating the Whole Student: Mindfulness and Social-Emotional Learning (K-12)

Are you curious as to what social-emotional learning is and how it relates to teaching and learning? Social and emotional learning (SEL) is a process for learning essential life skills such as decision making, problem solving, effective communication, empathy, perseverance, and coping, just to name a few. This online course is designed for K-12 teachers who want to focus on the whole student by supporting social-emotional learning skills but may not know where to begin. Teachers will learn specific strategies for addressing student's social and emotional needs through such topics as mindfulness, resolving conflict, anti-bullying, and character education. Teachers will also learn about the role they play in nurturing students' self-efficacy, grit, compassion, gratitude, and positive attitudes as they work to help diverse groups of students manage their emotions and make good decisions.

Red Arrow Engaging, Motivating, and Managing Your Students (4-8)

Does your classroom seem like a nightmare at times? Let’s face it — we’ve all been there at one time or another. It doesn’t matter if you are new to the profession or a seasoned veteran, there’s no doubt about it — managing an entire classroom of students can be tough. This online course addresses some of the most daunting classroom management issues including how to keep your students motivated, working with diverse student populations, social and emotional learning, and engaging students with limited resources. Teachers will also enjoy learning about the importance of being organized and proactive, as well as how to create clear and concise rules and routines which have logical consequences. Rounding out the course is managing small groups, developing a discipline plan, and how to prevent and address bullying issues, among others.

Red Arrow Motivating and Engaging Middle and High School Students (6-12)

Have you struggled to get through to that one student or class? No matter what you did and no matter how many different strategies you tried, this one particular student remained aloof and disinterested in the learning process. The fact of the matter is that both engagement and motivation are precursors to student success, but for a variety of different reasons, both tend to drop as students get older. This online course is designed for teachers in grades 6-12 who want to light that internal fire and re-ignite interest so that their students are intrinsically motivated to learn and engage. Teachers will learn about the basic framework of motivation as well as the science behind student motivation and engagement. Some of the highlighted topics include motivating students through differentiation, goal setting, and learner-centered classroom practices, all under the auspices of a rigorous classroom.

Red Arrow Responsive Classroom Management for the Primary Grades (K-3)

Does it sometimes seem like your students are running your classroom, instead of the other way around? Let’s face it — we’ve all been there at one time or another. It doesn’t matter if you are new to the profession or a seasoned veteran, there’s no doubt about it — managing an entire classroom of students can be tough. This online course addresses some of the most daunting classroom management issues including how to set boundaries and teach expectations, the importance of establishing and teaching routines, keeping students motivated, working with diverse student populations, social and emotional learning, and using character education to prevent bullying behaviors. Teachers will also enjoy learning about the importance of being proactive and positive, as well as how to create clear and concise rules and routines which have logical consequences.

Red Arrow Teaching Tolerance and Respect: Preventing Bullying in High School (9-12)

Are you concerned about the prevalence of bullying and violence in high schools across America? This online course is designed for high school teachers who are looking to discover strategies and initiatives for addressing these bullying behaviors in their classrooms and schools. The course begins by digging into the different types of bullying and the various roles of teachers, students, and schools. Teachers learn how to proactively approach a variety of bullying behaviors so that students' important social and emotional skills are addressed and nurtured as a way of regulating and resolving a variety of intense emotions. This course presents research-based approaches to bullying prevention, including the establishment of rules and expectations, teaching recognition strategies to all involved stakeholders, and the various methods of reporting and communicating violent outbursts. By the end of the course, teachers will understand how to best help students penetrate the deep-seated code of silence so they can transform from simple bystanders into important and critical upstanders.

 

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