Course content is designed to prepare high school students to pass the CLEP test and earn credit for their freshman year of college.
You can use the repository below to find, share, and rate both free and paid digital content options that can be used in your K-12 classroom. Because this repository is crowd-sourced, each resource listed has been submitted by a fellow educator who believes in the value of this resource to meet the unique learning needs of K-12 students.
As you navigate the many content resources listed in this repository, we encourage you to consider using the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) instructional framework to integrate these varied resources into your classroom. To help you get started, we’ve created a 2-page PDF that overviews the UDL framework and offers practical strategies for incorporating digital content into your curriculum in a way that is purposeful and effective for ALL learners.
So, you’ve been asked to teach sex education. Okay, maybe you were told, not asked. Either way, you will be teaching a topic that you didn’t study in college…awkward! No worries! The Puberty Lady has your back. This online training course will help you feel more comfortable and confident about teaching sex education whether you’re a teacher, school nurse, or community educator.
The course will prepare you with the skills and information needed to teach puberty education, and it will provide an opportunity to share your experiences and questions with colleagues in course forums. While the course is designed to prepare educators for teaching Puberty: The Wonder Years in grades 4, 5, and/or 6, it is also useful for teaching any sex education lessons in those grades.
Participants will be able to work at their own pace. The course is available 24/7 so participants may complete it in a day or stretch it out to fit their schedule. Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate of completion they can use to apply for CEUs.
With Loom, you can record your camera, microphone, and desktop simultaneously. Your video is then instantly available to share through Loom’s patented technology.
As of March 12, 2020, Loom Pro is free to all verified teachers and students at K-12 schools, universities or educational institutions who are using Loom for classroom work.
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