Fall Course Series Offers Professional Development Opportunities for Refugee Educators
Childhood Education International’s Center for Professional Learning is offering three upcoming professional learning courses focused on inclusive, equitable, and responsive pedagogy for educators who work with students of refugee and immigrant backgrounds.
Each course costs $75 and offers 12 clock hours/CEUs upon successful completion of the course.
Integrating SEL & Trauma-Informed Practices to Foster Wellbeing: Creating Safe Learning Spaces for Refugee and Immigrant Students
October 3-24 (asynchronous study)
Synchronous workshop on October 8, 1-4pm ET / 10am-1pm PT
This short course is designed to support educators, in a variety of roles, in making effective use of trauma-informed practices and social and emotional learning techniques and activities to cultivate wellbeing in the classroom.
Designing for Learning: Developing Lessons that Engage and Support Students of Refugee and Immigrant Backgrounds
October 21-November 12 (asynchronous study)
Synchronous workshop on November 5, 1-4pm ET / 10am-1pm PT
This short course is designed to prepare educators to make more effective and extensive use of differentiation, scaffolding, UDL (universal design for learning) and other pedagogical strategies to ensure equity and inclusion in the classroom.
Getting to Know Refugee and Immigrant Students and Families
October 28-November 19 (asynchronous study)
Synchronous workshop on November 19, 1-4pm ET / 10am-1pm PT
This short course is designed to help educators, in various roles, connect with the students and families they serve.