Course registration and approval is completed through Frontline (My Learning Plan). Once you complete the course evaluation and attendance is confirmed by NWPTC, you will receive an email from Frontline, notifying you that you can mark the course as “Complete”. After the course is marked “Complete” you can view and download your CTLE certificate for the course.
This course will review case studies as well as discuss the book, “Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism.” The course is designed to help participants learn more about the disorder and also learn strategies to help support students with Selective Mutism.
In this course, participants will be encouraged to make tutorial/lecture videos that can be embedded into a Nearpod or Teams. Based on the four pillars of the flipped learning model, teachers learn how to create a learner-centered classroom by moving instruction to a station model or to the home.
Teachers will learn how to bring the skills of landscape painting into the classroom. Landscape painting can be part of a multidisciplinary approach to topics in ELA, Social Studies, Math and Science in K-12. Teachers will use a hands-on approach and do not need previous painting experience.
Thinking about Autism and treatment. Referencing the book Moving Forward by Jacki Edry. Joining the worlds of neurodiversity, autism and education. The concept of neurodiversity has been gaining popularity in recent years and causing some division amongst the autism community. We will investigate differing points of view and learn more about the debate.
At Croton Point Park, in Westchester County, you will find the entire history of the Hudson Valley hidden in plain sight in this one park. Participants will be in period dress and partake in Living History Activities of the American Revolution.
In recent years research suggests that diet and nutrition may be important factors that contribute to psychiatric morbidity. Prevention or treatment of psychiatric disorders could be positively impacted by addressing diet, nutrition and exercise for both educators and your students.