Teaching & Education Courses


Single Courses

Beginning Conversational Spanish
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world and the number of Spanish speakers is growing every day. If you are trying to learn Spanish, this course will give you the opportunity to learn basic conversational Spanish. The goal of our program is to teach basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar, literacy, and conversation skills to students with little or no knowledge of the Spanish language.
Classroom Management Secrets
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Taking our Classroom Management Secrets course will give participants practical advice and step-by-step instructions for devising a classroom management plan that motivates their students to want to behave in the classroom.  Among many things, topics will cover important information on how to handle difficult students, how to fuel intrinsic motivation, how to teach routines, and how to be a calmer, more effective teacher.
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Our Discover a Career as a Teaching Assistant courses provides a comprehensive overview of this rewarding career in the education field. Our course covers the various ways paraprofessionals support the overall development of the child and it also introduces effective instructional strategies and behavior management techniques. Understanding ways paraprofessionals support the classroom, academically and emotionally, will help define how vital this profession is.  
GED® Math Test Preparation
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Get ready to create your own path to GED Math success!  Our course will prepare you take the Mathematics portion of the GED exam with a study plan to fit your needs.  This GED math review course will provide several resources from strategies, review of materials, test-taking tips, practice exercises, and exams. 
GED Test Preparation
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
This course will prepare you take the GED (General Education Development) test.  The GED test is broken into five-test sections.  The sections included in this course are Language Arts, Writing, Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Math.  This online course provides many resources from test-taking tips and strategies, exercises, assignments, and practice test with explanation of answers.  The testing format will be explained and broken down to highlight the current testing are
Improve Your Grammar and Punctuation
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Feel a little rusty with your grammar skills? Take our Improve Your Grammar and Punctuation course! Students taking this course will benefit from a review of English grammar, punctuation, and capitalization rules. Other topics covered include how to construct sentences and paragraphs that flow gracefully and we will provide clarification to some of the English language's most confusing and confounding words.
Start Your Own Day Care Business
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Do you love working with children? Have you ever thought about starting your own home day care business? This course provides the steps you will need to plan for, market, and maintain your very own home day care business. Topics include writing your policies and procedures, setting your fees, developing a daily schedule, ways to solve common problems, and more. This comprehensive course covers everything you will need to succeed in this exciting career opportunity.
Using Technology in Your Classroom
Type: Enrichment Course
Course Hours: 24
Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
Technology and content area curriculum should be partnered in such a way to enhance not just learning for the students, but also increase enthusiasm for the teachers.  Student’s today have at their fingertips access to a variety of information and communications that did not exist when their teachers were children.  Students seamlessly integrate new technologies into their lives in ways that mystify many adults.  Our classrooms must capture and keep students attention and focus.  Today that m