Julie Gold | Online Learning for Teachers pursuing Continuing Education and Professional Development | The Connecting Link

 

Julie Gold

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Dr. Julie Gold brings a plethora of experience from over two decades of public education service and private practice. She began her career as a teacher/counselor at special education residential schools for adolescents with emotional and behavioral disabilities. Here, she was frequently faced with the question: What comes first –Depression and Anxiety or failure to acquire literacy and math skills? This question drove her inquiry in her graduate studies in School and Counseling Psychology. Dr. Gold was fortunate to have the opportunity to obtain her Masters and Educational Specialist Degree (School Psychology) in a rural setting at Indiana State University and her Doctoral Degree (School Psychology) in an urban community at Northeastern University. Here, she learned that a myriad of risk factors exist that influence student success. Dr. Gold maintains the premise that Prevention and Intervention is the key to student achievement and wellness. She has worked tirelessly to provide TIER 1, 2, and 3 services for students at-risk for social, emotional, and learning challenges. Through neuropsychological, formative, and behavioral assessment, consultation, coaching, training, counseling, and on-going reflection, Dr. Gold has learned that equipping teachers, families, administrators, and mental health staff with instructional strategies and support ultimately meets the needs of students in public schools. 

 In Dr. Gold’s free time, she loves spending time with her husband and two sons, enjoying Northern New Hampshire’s outdoors -boating, paddle boarding, hiking, and picking blueberries. She also enjoys going to the gym, cooking, baking, and writing. 

This course provides participants with a solid framework for planning, implementing and maintaining successful co-teaching relationships that improve the learning instruction of all students. Participants will reflect on the definition of co-teaching, components of the co-teaching relationship, examine a variety of co-teaching models and how they support student learning, and evaluate their current co-teaching programs. Participants will leave the course knowing several co-teaching practices between general and special education teachers, as well as, between two general education teachers in the same classroom, and how to effectively work as a co-teaching partner to create opportunities for success for all learners.
Course #: GMF20503
Dates: 09/28/20 - 10/25/20
Categories:

21st-Century Teaching Instructional Strategies

Format:

Online Structured

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This course is designed to give educators at all levels an overview of recent research on mindfulness practices and to provide step by step guidance on how to integrate these practices into the classroom. Participants in this course will learn what mindfulness is, why it is important, and how to creatively apply research-based mindfulness techniques in meeting the diverse learning needs of students. Attention will also be given to ways educators can use mindfulness to enhance their own professional and personal experience as teachers.
Course #: GMS20002
Dates: 07/13/20 - 09/06/20
Categories:

Positive Classroom Management 21st-Century Teaching

Format:

Online Structured

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