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Tackle familiar teaching challenges with new ideas and proven methods from master teachers. Through classroom-based assignments, peer discussions, video observations, and carefully curated articles, you’ll analyze and test developmentally appropriate digital & traditional resources that build content knowledge and literacy skills.
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Authored by Education professors from America’s leading teacher-training universities, and facilitated by peer-selected, distinguished teachers, our courses will help you develop a full and deep understanding of how highly effective teaching prepares children for long-term success in the classroom — and in life!
Robin is the director of the South Mississippi Writing Project and the World Class Teaching Program, both at the University of Southern Mississippi. Through these programs, Robin provides professional development for K-12 teachers and support services for teachers seeking National Board certification. She has over 20 years of experience in the elementary classroom and has worked as a Reading Specialist in K-12 classrooms and university classes. In her spare time, Robin does consulting work at a local Head Start Campus. Robin relaxes by spending time with her family and friends.
Charlotte is a retired middle school Science teacher and school webmaster with 21 years of classroom experience and a 12 years of online teaching experience. She is a National Board Certified Teacher, has a Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design from the University of Georgia, and earned more than 30 graduate hours in Instructional Technology. Charlotte truly enjoys helping other teachers find strategies and resources that work for them in their unique classroom setting. In her spare time, Charlotte loves to travel! Even if she is on a train in Scotland, she will be online with her learners, collaborating and helping them in any way that she can!
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