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Study modes of online delivery, how to deliver a quality experience, and how to design content, assessment, and human interaction. 1.0 CEU
Explore proposals for the development of 21st century skills and how web based technologies can be utilized to help engage today's learners while preparing them for a future characterized by change. 2.4 CEU
Learn principles to help coaches and school leaders establish and clarify the mission and purpose for their interschool sports program, and equip them to put those values into practice with their teams. 2.0 CEU
Are you among the thousands of teachers abruptly separated from your students? By the beginning of April, 1.5 billion learners around the world had been affected by school closures caused by the new Coronavirus, COVID-19 (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). What can you do to help ease the transition to distance learning for … Continued
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Esther est arrivée à l’école en deuxième année fondamentale, issue d’une famille explosée et recomposée. Dès le premier jour de classe elle s’est fait remarquer par son irrespect des principes de la classe et de l’école. Elle était toujours la dernière à rentrer en classe après la récréation, elle faisait beaucoup de bruit pour attirer … Continued
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Did you ever have a sense of impending doom when your teacher announced an exam or gave an assignment? Did you ever enter an exam feeling well prepared, only to freeze when you saw the first question? If so, you have a sense of evaluation anxiety. Evaluation anxiety is being so concerned about scores that … Continued
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Contemporary education should explore and apply the principles of civility and democracy as necessary preconditions for acquiring knowledge of God and the world. Civility is not just an individual quality but the endowment of the learning community. Universities and other learning communities should take responsibility for defending these values. These values are not just partially … Continued
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