Certificate in Teaching High School Students Online Course

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Start Now To Learn Teaching High School Students How can you reach students in the high school class? What can you do to motivate and teach so that your students are ready to succeed in life as well as school? In this course, you'll learn about the latest teaching strategies and techniques that can help your secondary students achieve academically and behave responsibly.  

The course covers a broad range of topics, including differentiated instruction, classroom management and discipline, assessment strategies, and gaining parental support. We'll cover tips for creating need-fulfilling lessons that engage students, suggestions for using simulations and games that make learning enjoyable, and how to teach your students the social-emotional skills they need to succeed both in school and in life.  You'll also learn how to motivate students with recognition, rewards, and reinforcement, how to deal with discipline problems, and the value of varying your assessment strategies. 

Throughout, you'll view videos that illustrate the concepts you're learning. You'll hear from education experts and see actual classroom teachers demonstrating the techniques taught in this course.  Guest experts appearing in the videos include Dr. William Glasser (Choice Theory), Dr. Carol Tomlinson (The Differentiated Classroom), Dr. Jane Bluestein (The Win-Win Classroom), and Jon Erwin (Inspiring the Best in Students). By the end of this course, you'll have mastered proven ways to help your high school students succeed both in school and in life!  Course Fast Facts: Learn Teaching High School Students  Online Course in only 6 weeks Approximately only 2 to 4 hours per week of study is required This course is delivered 100% on-line and is accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone Instructors lead each course and you will be able to interact with them and ask questions You can study from home or at work...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, or later Modern and up to date...


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There are 12 units of study

Understanding High School Students

What motivates high school students? How do their brains work? We'll delve into those questions today with a look at adolescent psychology. Understanding why your students make the choices they do can help you guide them to make better, more responsible choices. And knowing how your students' brains function will help you create engaging, effective lessons.

Classroom Organization and Management

You can have an orderly, smooth-running classroom! In this lesson, I'll show you several seating arrangements that you can use to match your teaching style. You'll find out about high-tech and low-tech aids that can enhance your instruction. And I'll give you a lesson plan that will help your students establish a classroom constitution. Everything you will learn in this lesson will help you teach smarter rather than teach harder.


Building Positive Relationships With Students

Today we'll explore the role that relationships play in creating a classroom atmosphere that fosters academic achievement and responsible behavior. You'll learn to connect with your students and provide a positive environment for them. We'll discuss one of the most powerful relationship-building tools available: the class meeting. Finally, we'll talk about using interest inventories to get to know your students and thereby help them succeed.

Recognition, Rewards, and Reinforcement

It's time to look at recognition and positive reinforcement at the high school level. First, you'll learn the difference between ineffective praise and effective encouragement. Then we'll discuss how effective positive reinforcement differs from conditional praise. Finally, we'll explore the key components of an effective schoolwide reinforcement system.

Differentiation in High School

How can you use differentiated instructional strategies to meet your students' diverse needs? Today you'll find out how to determine your students' learning styles and how to use strategies such as flexible grouping to adapt your lessons to those styles. We'll also discuss using differentiated assessment strategies to allow your students to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways.

Social-Emotional Learning

How does social-emotional learning relate to your students' success in school? Today we'll investigate why SEL should be an integral part of your instruction. I'll explain how to teach your students to identify emotions in themselves and others. Then we'll discuss how to teach your students to manage their emotions and disagree with others in a respectful manner.

Learner-Centered Instruction

How can you create lessons that have their basis in your students' current knowledge, that meet their needs, and that take advantage of their strengths and preferences? We'll explore this complex issue in Lesson 7.

Gaining Parental Support

How can you gain support from your students' parents? Today we'll discuss the barriers that can prevent you from gaining parental backing. Then we'll talk about how you can overcome those barriers and create a home-school partnership. We'll also go over how you can conduct parent conferences—both regularly scheduled conferences and ones related to solving a problem.

Varying Your Assessment Strategies

In this lesson, we'll examine the more traditional question-based assessment. Then we'll explore two types of assessment that focus on evaluating how students use what they've learned: problem-based and performance-based assessment.

Dealing With Common Discipline Problems

Do you have students who use phones or other electronic devices without permission in your classroom? Do you have students who talk when they should be working? What about students who refuse to do their work or who cut class? We'll examine these common discipline problems and explore ways to deal with them effectively and efficiently.

Dealing With Serious Discipline Problems

How can you help students who are defiant and who resist your attempts to help them be more responsible? Today we'll look at preventive and remedial approaches to bullying and cyberbullying. We'll also examine what you should do when you face a violent or potentially violent situation.

Making Learning Fun

How can eyedroppers and M&M's enliven your curriculum? Today we'll look at how to use simulations, competitions, and games to make your instruction fun and effective. I'll include examples from different subject areas and different parts of the country.

Building Positive Relationships With Students

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Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.

New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). The courses are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and...