SEV-101: Planning Effective Online Lessons
Designed to support teachers at all levels apply core elements of backward design, formative assessment, and differentiation in planning online lessons that engage and motivate students.
SEV-102: Student-Centered Instruction
Shifting to online teaching takes time, practice, patience, and a healthy dose of self-compassion. This modular program is designed to help teachers at all levels adapt to online and hybrid learning environments while effectively supporting student learning.
SEV-103: Compelling Digital Content Creation
This fully asynchronous, self-paced program is designed to support individual teachers in the development of compelling online courses that engage students and promote learning.
SEV-104: Motivating Learning through Authentic Assessment
Assessment provides critical information about where students are before, during, and after instruction relative to learning outcomes. Used effectively, assessment data informs necessary changes to your curriculum and instruction to improve learning. This 5-module, cohort-based program is designed to help you improve your assessment practices by making them more authentic, whether they are used in traditional settings or online.
SEV-105: Breaking Barriers to Learning through Differentiation
This course is designed to help you explore, reflect on, and plan meaningful and effective ways to create an inclusive classroom environment where all of your students can achieve their best learning. Learn about foundational principles and models for differentiation as well as some practical ways to develop a differentiated classroom by applying the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the 5-module, cohort-based program.
SEV-106: Getting Started with Project Based Learning
Whether you are already familiar with Project Based Learning or just curious to see what it can do for your students, this 4-module course is designed to support you (and a small group of your colleagues in the same discipline) to build and implement PBL in your classrooms. Although not pre-requisites, this program expands on the concepts presented in 104 and 105, providing a structured inquiry into authentic assessment and differentiation to help you prepare your first PBL unit around something you already teach.