What Great Teachers Do Differently

Instructor

Assigned CEA Instructor

  • Learn at your own pace.
  • Enroll at any time.
  • Completion time frames vary for courses listed, bust most take 3 or 4 months to complete.
  • You must have earned a bachelor’s degree if registering for credit.

Course Material: The following book is required for this course,

Whitaker, Todd. What Great Teachers Do Differently: 17 Things That Matter Most. New York: Routledge, 2013. Print.

Description: Based on the book What Great Teachers Do Differently, this course explores characteristics of effective teachers. Matters such as; how effective teachers view their classrooms and students, how they prioritize, and what drives their decisions will be highlighted. This course will present an opportunity for teachers to examine their own effectiveness as well as to refine their skills as preferred.

Comprised of 19 mini lessons, the course offers information and ideas on teacher effectiveness for those who aspire to improve classroom settings and student learning outcomes.

Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to introduce educators to the key characteristics of effective teachers as to enhance student achievement and classroom settings overall.

COURSE OBJECTIVES/OUTCOMES

Participants in this course will:

  • Develop an awareness of the characteristics of effective teachers
  • Examine their own effectiveness in the classroom
  • Refine their teaching practices as to enhance student achievement
  • Write a final Reflection and develop a corresponding plan of action

 

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Online Graduate Professional Development & Continuing Education Credit Courses for Teachers

Cancellation Policy:

A minimum $20 processing fee will be assessed per person for cancellations received after registering for the course. Refunds are not issued after the start of the course or after access to the course has been provided. Please e-mail CEA at cea@continuingeducationassociates.com to request to cancel your completed registration.