Teaching the Core Skills of Listening & Speaking (Sioux City Educators Only) (11.24 – 3.27.22)

Teaching the Core Skills of Listening & Speaking (Sioux City Educators Only) (11.24 – 3.27.22)

Dec 12th

This course is available to Sioux City Educators Only.

Registration to receive License Renewal credit

Date: November 24 – March 27, 2022
Course #: LR 288:828
Credit Hours: 1 credit hour

This PD Online course, Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking, will give you an understanding of the requirements of the listening and speaking standards that have been adopted in the last few years. For years, listening and speaking skills have been taken for granted or seen as “nice to have but not necessary”, as educators have focused in other areas. Now, we are beginning to see that these crucial skills inform all we do in education, and that direct instruction is needed to develop these in students. This course will get you started on the path to developing competent oral communicators in your classroom. You will notice that students are better, more-engaged, deeper listeners and better, more-engaging, well-spoken communicators when you apply the principles you will learn in these six modules.

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  1. The instructor will email you once the start date arrives with information on how to get started in the class:
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    1. The Syllabus gives information of what will be expected of you in the course. Generally it will include course policies, rules and regulations, required texts, and a schedule of assignments;
    2. The Fees will let you know how much this class will cost depending on the type of credit you want to take it for as well as if you are an ISEA member or not;
    3. The Cancellation Policy is important so you know how to cancel if you need to and how refunds are handled; and
    4. The ISEA Official Transcript page tells you how to access your transcript once the class has ended.