Fight Like Hell: The Untold Story of American Labor – A Virtual Book Discussion
Virtual book study of Kim Kelly’s Fight Like Hell: The Untold Story of American Labor. Meets Wednesdays February 1 & 15 and March 1 & 15 at 6 p.m.Learn More
Foundations of Effective Substitute Teaching
With a focus on practical strategies & building relationships with students, successful completion of this course meets the minimum requirements to apply for a Wisconsin 3 year substitute teaching license.Learn More
There is Nothing for You Here: A Virtual Book Discussion
Virtual book study of Fiona Hill’s There is Nothing for You Here. Meets Tuesdays, November 1, 22 and December 13 at 6 p.m.Learn More
Best Practices in Classroom Management
Research-based, aligned to the Danielson and Stronge frameworks, relevant & engaging, this course will meet the last Wednesday of each month September 2022 – March 2023.Learn More
Spanish for Educators
This course is designed to help teachers develop cultural understanding and a repertoire of communication skills to converse with ELL/Spanish-speaking only students and family members.Learn More
Creating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Schools
Creating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Schools focuses on understanding LGBTQ+ youth and families served in public schools with an end goal of creating supportive and welcoming schools for all children.Join WaitlistComing Soon!
Degrees Not Debt!
Degrees Not Debt! is a self-guided class for those with educational loans. You’ll learn to better understand your loans & learn strategies to manage & reduce your debt.Learn More
Educator Wellness: Building a Balanced Life
Focus on your wellness, discover (or rediscover) your inner superhero, and bring excitement and creativity to your personal and professional lives.Learn More
Defense Against the Dark Arts: The Science of Happiness
There is clear science that shows we can increase our happiness. This quick, blended learning course provides an overview of proven strategies to do just that.Join WaitlistComing Soon!
This self-paced course aims to prepare you for the FoRT (Fundamentals of Reading Test) required for Wisconsin licensure.Learn More