This course is focused on identifying potential occupational hazards and preventing them from becoming accidents. This training is based off of OSHA standards for workplace safety and can be expanded upon with available online OSHA trainings.
Evaluation system for Oklahoma schools and their report cards.
This course is designed to cover the required topics set forth by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. This course should be used as an introduction to the topic of dyslexia and if further education is required or desired, please consult the resources within the course to further your education.
This course is intended as an overview of the autism spectrum to meet the Professional Development Requirements for the Oklahoma Department of Education. Resources to more detailed information are included.
Introduction - Part 1 As a professional educator, you may come across extraordinary circumstances in your day to day interactions with students. The information in this course is designed to prepare you, should you find yourself in such a situation. This module covers Bloodborne Pathogens, what they are and where they are found, and reviews OSHA’s “Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.” You'll also how to avoid exposure and what to expect and how to arrange follow up if you are exposed.
This course is designed to guide Safe School Committees in determining the best course of action to find professional development that meets the needs of their campus on the subject.
This course is intended to be a brief overview of diabetes and dealing with individuals with diabetes to meet required professional development by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This course is designed to give an overview of various mental health issues and ways to help students cope with these issues.
Using data to drive decisions in the classroom that will increase student achievement.
This course is intended to fulfill the Oklahoma State Department of Education requirement for annual professional development on the topic of Hazardous Communications. It is not intended to be a comprehensive course on OSHA regulations but an overview of standards that will likely be needed in the school environment.
This course is designed to inform Homeless Liaisons about the McKinney-Vento Act regarding homeless students in our schools.
This course is intended to be a brief overview of child abuse and dealing with child abuse to meet required professional development by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This course is intended to fulfill the required professional development of the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This course is designed to meet the requirements for the Oklahoma State Department of Education Parental Outreach course.
This course is intended to provide information and resources to meet the Oklahoma State Department of Education professional development requirements.
This course is designed to meet the professional development required by the Oklahoma State of Education on Alcohol and Drug Awareness.
This course is designed to introduce you to basic information and concepts related to working with ELLs. This course addresses ELL Basics, ELL Proficiency Levels, and ELL Abilities, Activities, and Strategies.
FERPA stands for Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. §1232g) FERPA is a federal law that prohibits school districts from releasing personally identifiable information from an education record without the prior written consent of the student’s parent or the student. In addition, FERPA gives parents and eligible students access to their own educational records.
This course is designed to give educators strategies and resources for conducting virtual learning in a whole group and small group setting.
This course is designed to provide users new to Google Docs with the skills needed to begin using the application effectively. The course consists of a series of lessons and a short summative assessment. Each lesson includes a text-based tutorial as well as a video or interactive demonstration and a "Try It" formative assessment to practice skills covered in the lesson. Upon completion of this course, the user should be able to create a new document, use both the Menu Bar and the Toolbar to add content and adjust the appearance of the document, use the Explore feature to add content and cite the source, and share the document with different levels of access. To receive credit for this course, the user must complete each lesson and pass the summative assessment with a minimum score of 80%.
This course is designed to provide users new to Google Forms with the skills needed to begin using the application effectively. The course consists of a series of lessons and a short summative assessment. Each lesson includes a text-based tutorial as well as a video or interactive demonstration and a "Try It" formative assessment to practice skills covered in the lesson. Upon completion of this course, the user should be able to create a new form, add questions and select the desired answer type, adjust the appearance of the form, adjust the settings of the form, including change to an auto-graded quiz, send the form to users in a variety of ways, and access the data from forms users have submitted. To receive credit for this course, the user must complete each lesson and pass the summative assessment with a minimum score of 80%.
A basic look at using Google Sheets designed for users new to using Sheets.
Each of the 5 lessons in this course includes text-based information, modeling using video or interactive tutorials, and a short "try it" formative assessment. Upon completion of the course, the user should be able to create a new sheet, add data to the new sheet, adjust the appearance of the sheet, perform simple manipulations of the data, create a chart from selected data, and share the sheet appropriately. To receive credit for this course, the user will need to complete each lesson and pass the summative quiz with a minimum score of 80%.
This course is designed to support users who are new to using Google Slides. The course consists of a series of lessons that includes both tutorials and hands-on practice followed by a short summative quiz. Upon completed the course, the user should be able to create a new slide deck, add and change the layout of new slides, add and adjust objects, control transitions between slides and animation within slides, present the slide deck, and set share options. Completing the course for credit requires completing each lesson and a passing grade of at least 80% on the summative quiz.
This course is designed to cover the basics of the federal requirements around Title IX. It is designed to give educators a general understanding of discrimination based on sex within a school setting and methods on avoiding such discrimination.
Overview of the Open Records Act with particulars about complying with statutory and other legal requirements.
Overview of the Open Meetings Act with particulars on how to prepare for and conduct meetings in keeping with statutory and other legal requirements.
Become familiar with Chromebook keyboards, explore the use of Chromebooks in your classroom and discover new apps and add-ons to increase productivity.
Google Suite Training will focus on Google Forms, Google Slides, Google Docs and Google Sheets. Participants will leave with knowledge on how to create and share Google Docs and Sheets, customize and create online quizzes and surveys and produce presentations while formatting animation and sharing options.
Explore Google Apps for Education while completing practical applications you can use in your classroom tomorrow! Activities for over 10 applications will be available and can be chosen based on need or interest.
Google Classroom is a Learning Management System (or LMS) that provides a space for students to access their classwork, interact with their class, and submit assignments all online. This intermediate course further explores the topics introduced in the "Google Classroom Basics" course and is recommended for instructors who are already familiar with basic navigation in Google Classroom.
After going through this course, you will be able to change course card settings and set up notifications from the Dashboard, enable Google Meet for virtual meetings, invite guardians to a course, create a quiz and rubrics from the Classwork section, and much more.
A brief overview of Google Apps for Education targeted for beginner users. Just the basics about using Gmail, Google Drive and Google Search functions with a quick look at other apps in the Google Apps for Education Suite.
What does it mean to be a sponsor or authorizer of a charter school? Learn the legal responsibilities of a sponsor so you can make informed decisions about schools that apply.
Learn the basics of starting a charter school. This session includes legal requirements for authorizers, nonprofit board and applications.