Course Description

The 21st Century classroom presents us with all types of learners, needs and skill levels.  Developing research based strategies that can help all students improve the essentials – reading comprehension, writing, and study skills – helps all educators.   This course will allow educators to build skills and instructional strategies for improving students ability to listen, note-taking, textbook reading, test taking strategies, and paper/essay writing. This course will also introduce strategies for teaching students anxiety and stress reduction techniques.

This class is appropriate for all K-12 general and special education educators.

2 Step Registration Process

  1. Content Registration – Register for course(s) here with Customizable Professional Development.. This will reserve your seat in the course. (Course runs February 5th, 2018 – June 8th, 2018)
  2. P-Credit Registration (Opens January 9th, 2018) – If you are interested in receiving 3 “P-In- Service Credits” from the NYCDOE that may be applied to salary differential requirements, please make sure to register with ASPDP.  Register for credits with ASPDP and pay the credit processing fee of $125.00

Professional Development Credit

3 “P” Credits – NYC Teachers (Must Register with ASPDP)

36 Hours  36 CTLE Hours

Additional information

Credit Type

Graduate Credit – MidAmerica Nazarene, Professional Development Credit


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