Jill Brooks CPE Courses

  • Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21 offers a number of CPE Course options from CPE Associates; Jill Brooks. The information provided below lists the available courses and upcoming sessions.

    Registration for these or any CPE Courses from CLIU 21 can be done at www.cpetracker.org. If you do not have a CPE Tracker account, please register via www.cliu.org/register.

    Course enrollment closes 3 days prior to course start dates.

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Course List

Course Description Credits Sessions
Culturally Responsive Teaching The purpose of this course is to educate teachers on the culturally responsive teaching pedagogy. Once teachers learn the importance of applying the best practices of culturally responsive teaching, they will be more inclined to implement the approach in their classrooms, thus improving their effectiveness as an educator. Implementing culturally responsive teaching principals and strategies includes a variety of activities. These activities require students to read and comprehend a variety
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Winter:
3/18/2024-4/13/2024

Summer:
6/24/2024–7/20/2024
Digital Literacy In the ever-evolving landscape of education, integrating technology has become imperative for effective teaching and learning. This course is designed to equip K-12 teachers with the skills and knowledge to navigate the digital realm confidently and harness its potential to enhance educational outcomes. Throughout the course, educators will explore digital literacy comprehensively, delving into key concepts, tools, and best practices tailored to the K-12 environment.
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Winter:
4/1/2024-4/27/2024

Summer:
7/29/2024–8/24/2024
Digital Literacy description, continued Gain a deeper understanding of digital citizenship, information literacy, media literacy, and critical thinking in the digital age. Course commences with an overview of foundational digital literacy skills. Educators will emerge with a robust toolkit of digital literacy skills, empowering them to leverage technology as a powerful educational tool in K-12 classrooms. Participants will be prepared to navigate the digital landscape confidently and equip students with essential skills for success.
How to View Students Through a Trauma-Informed Lens In today's diverse and complex educational landscape, understanding the impact of trauma on students' learning experiences is crucial for K-12 teachers. The online professional development course, "How to View Students Through a Trauma-Informed Lens," is designed to equip educators with the knowledge, tools, and strategies to recognize, address, and support students who have experienced trauma.
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Winter:
2/19/2024-3/16/2024

Summer:
6/10/2024–7/6/2024
Media Literacy In today's digitally saturated landscape, media permeates every aspect of students' lives, from television and radio to the vast expanse of the internet and social media platforms. Media is an influential force in the lives of students. However, when recognizing real news versus fake news that might appear on their feed, most students cannot tell the difference. To be an informed citizen, students must know how to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using all forms of media.
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Winter:
2/5/2024-3/2/2024

Summer:
6/17/2024–7/13/2024
Media Literacy description, continued Students must possess these skills to make informed decisions as adults. In this three-credit online course, educators will delve into emerging challenges in media literacy, including the rise of deepfake videos, the importance of lateral reading to verify information, and fact-checking techniques to combat misinformation. Additionally, educators will explore the impact of AI on media consumption and production, highlighting its role in shaping the information landscape.
Media Literacy description, continued Educators will explore strategies for teaching students how to critically evaluate media content in an era of rapidly evolving technology to help students become media literate. By the end of the course, educators will possess practical approaches to teaching media literacy in an era defined by rapid technological evolution, that will prepare students to navigate the complexities of the digital age with confidence and clarity.