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Current Students

If you are a current student, many of the Sanford Inspire Modules will be assigned by your faculty as a part of your course work.  However, you are free to access any and all modules free of charge.  Each module takes between 30 and 60 minutes to complete.  In order to access these modules (for class or independently) you will have to sign up for a free account at Sanford Inspire.  The modules below are listed by sub-domain and will benefit pre-service teachers as they prepare for their career in education.  Click here to see the 5 main domains.  If you would like more information, please visit Request Information.
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Safe and Welcoming Environment

• Addressing Bullying Behavior • Recognizing Bullying Behavior • The Physical Environment of Your Classroom • Building Relationships with Students • Teaching Students Empathy

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Managing Student Behavior

• Basic Classroom Management Strategies • Creating Classroom Rules • Delivering Consequences • Restorative Justice: Rethinking Discipline • Causes of Misbehavior • Creating Logical Consequences • Giving Clear Directions for a Task • Understanding Consequences

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Classroom Procedures

• Designing Effective Procedures • Identifying Necessary Procedures • Teaching Procedures

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Professional Conduct

• Addressing Barriers to Parent Involvement • Maintaining Professional Relationships with: Colleagues, Students • Strategies for Communicating with Parents • Strategies for Engaging Parents • Teacher Professionalism in the Age of Social Media • The Importance of Working with Parents

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English Language Learners

• Contrastive Analysis: Learn and Affirm Language • Structuring Academic Conversations • Supporting Language Development through Social Interaction • Using Morphology to Support English Language Learners • Valuing Bilingualism

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•The Basics of Differentiation • Differentiation Strategies:Performance Tasks; Student Choice • Preparing to Differentiate: Learner Profile; Student Interest; Student Readiness • Strategies to Address Specific Learning Disabilities in Reading and Writing •Supporting Students with ADHD

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Student Teaching

• Addressing Barriers to Parent Involvement Building Relationships with Students Causes of Misbehavior
Combating • Cognitive Overload • Coping with Teacher Stress • Creating Classroom Rules • Creating Logical Consequences • Delivering Consequences • Delivering Questions Effectively • Designing Effective Procedures • Giving Clear Directions for a Task • How to Grade Effectively • Identifying Necessary Procedures • Linking Identity and Achievement through Cultural Competence • Maintaining Professional Relationships with Students Strategies for Communicating with Parents • 
Strategies for Engaging Parents
 • The Importance of Working with Parents • The Physical Environment of Your Classroom Understanding Consequences

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