Most coursework includes text reading, reflections, course participant feedback and videos. Course participants will receive full syllabus upon registration.
Spring Term is January – April / May. Fall Term is September – December, and Summer Term is May – August. Terms are four weeks in length.
All coursework is completed on your own time and at your own pace. There is approximately 4-6 hours of work per week.
Teaching Today’s Children In The “All About Me” World
Growth Mindset for Student Success
Developing Grit In The Classroom
Educating & Raising Thriving Kids
Addressing Bullying/Harassment Issues
The New Soft Leadership Skills
Pre-Adolescent Females in Today’s Society
Stories of the Civil Rights Period
Five Kinds of Minds
Understanding the Social Lives of Children
Schools in the Age of Globalization
Boys In Today’s Culture
Social and Emotional Intelligence Through The Eyes of Seven Who Dared
Teaching Middle and High School Instrumental Music In A Changing World
This eight-week course will aid middle school and high school instrumental music educators facing new and unique challenges to their programs, teaching, and classroom environments. Join our stellar line-up of nationally recognized music educators and collaborate with music educators from across the Kansas City area and nation. Please note that this course does have specific / required online meeting times via Zoom.