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Lear Workshops

Graduate Workshops


Workshop Offerings for Fall Courses 2023 


Please send a 500.00 payment and completed registration form to the mailing address on the Registration Forms page.




Fall Courses ALL New



Organization & Communication Skills in the Classroom



September 14th & 28th 5:00-9:00 pm (Zoom)

September 16th, 17th, 30th & October 1st

 8:30-4:30  (Zoom) 

Course Description: 

Communication and organizational skills are

key in the classroom when interacting with

students and outside the classroom when you

are speaking with parents and colleagues.

Studies repeatedly show that student success is directly related to interactive, engaging teacher environments, and positive communication.

Many students do not inherently have

organizational skills and it is imperative that

teachers incorporate these skills into the

curriculum and model these skills every day.




 Classroom Management:

Collaboration and Team-Building Skills




October 12th & 26th 5:00-9:00 (Zoom

October 15th, 16th, 28th, & 29th 8:30-4:30 



Course Descripton:

Team building and collaboration are two of the most

important components of effective teaching. All classrooms

can benefit from collaborative decision-making which

leads to increased motivation, higher engagement, and

higher academic success. This workshop focuses on key elements necessary for effective student collaboration

and how to build on student collaboration by providing

students with choices. Additionally, this course focuses

on the strategies behind choosing teams wisely with the objectives and goals in mind.






Learning for Life & Work in the 21st





November 2nd & 16th 5:00-9:00 pm (Zoom)

JNovember 4th, 5th, 18th, & 19th  8:30-4:30 (Zoom)

Course Description:

This experiential course is centered around

implementing 21st Century skills into the

classroom. While every teacher has heard of these

skills, the process of implementing these skills

into the classroom on a daily basis may be a

struggle. Without these skills, students are left to memorize facts, recall details from a handout, and become passive learners. Conversely, when

students are highly engaged, behavior issues

decrease and interest in the content increases.

Location: Zoom



Critical Thinking & Social Skills for Students



November 30th & December 14th 5:00-9)) pm (Zoom) December 2nd, 3rd, 16th, & 17th  8:30-4:30  Zoom 

Course Description: 

This experiential course is focused on promoting

and increasing critical thinking in the classroom.

While there is no single definition of the term

‘critical thinking’, most teachers refer to it as

higher-order thinking skills. Simply stated,

critical thinking requires students to engage in

analysis of a topic and evaluate the information t

o form a judgement. This is a systematic process

that requires students to question and reflect upon

their own knowledge to determine how they

arrived at their opinion.




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