Lynette Bachman | Online Learning for Teachers pursuing Continuing Education and Professional Development | The Connecting Link

 

Lynette Bachman

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Lynette Bachman became interested in teaching when she volunteered in her children’s school.  She raised a child with ADD, a child with learning disabilities and a child that made everything look easy.  She has worked as a technology teacher and a reading specialist.  Now, a full-time reading specialist and RtI coordinator for two schools!  Lynette is best described as a champion for the underdog!  She brings humor, laughter, music and innovative ideas to reach the most reluctant of students.

Favorite quote: “What we learn with pleasure, we never forget” ~Alfred Mercer

This course is designed to help K–12 teachers navigate the ever-growing complexities of the education profession while simultaneously helping them to balance their lives and careers. Teachers will learn the tenets of Positive Psychology (Seligman) and related theories and strategies. These, in turn, will provide the foundation for increasing personal and professional resilience, maintaining flexibility, and tending to physical and mental health as a basis to improve classroom experiences for all. Teachers will also survey current initiatives, standards, and skills, such as the Common Core State Standards, RtI, the Danielson Evaluation model, the Flipped Class model, and 21st century skills. 
Course #: GMS19506
Dates: 07/29/19 - 08/25/19
Categories:

General Education

Format:

Online Structured

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