I would highly recommend this course to all my colleagues. I have learned so much, not only about gifted students but what it means to teach gifted and talented students. This is one of the only trainings I have properly received and it is unfortunate that this is not more widely pushed as a requisite professional development offered by the district.
Angela S. - NYC School DistrictCourse - Challenging Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom
I really enjoyed this course! I was able to watch really great teachers and connect it to my own teaching. It is great to watch it at home because it allowed me to stop the videos and go back whenever I wanted. This course had great questioning techniques. I am eager to bring some of the things I learned back to my classroom.
L. Rosani - Los Angeles Unified School DistrictCourse - Mathematics Made Easy for the Common Core
I think this issue is important and vital for teachers to understand to the best of their ability. Teachers are responsible for being knowledgeable and helpful as our students face relational aggression. I think this course did a good job of presenting the information in a clear and straightforward manner.
- S. BrowerCourse - Guiding Girls through Relational Aggression
Having taken a few courses with this provider I have been very pleased with the amount of information that I have learned.
- K. Hughes
I want you to know again how in awe I am of the people who created this course. It’s so well-constructed, so well-conceived, you had me like a suspense novel. I have no doubt that my little science students will be so much better off than they would have been had I not taken this course.
Course - Creating Learning Classrooms - Supporting the Danielson Framework
I have every intention of turn-keying this PD to my math department as a way to develop our teachers and our students in strategies for solving math. I can’t wait for the upcoming year as I know this will make a huge improvement in my pedagogue, in student retention of information, in understanding and applying mathematics.
- M. WissaCourse - Developing Mathematical Expertise in a Problem Centered Classroom
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