Learning does not stop when you finish schooling. Even for the most experienced of us, there are always ways to grow and iAM Global Education® offers a wide range of engaging and innovative classes.
For school leaders and teachers, we offer proven educational techniques to help you be the best teacher you can be. Our 21st Century Skills courses have been created by experienced educators who have already taken their own traditional classrooms and revamped them into 21st Century learning environments. The courses are designed to help you enhance your own skills so you can become an effective 21st Century educator.
Along with any number of 21st Century Skills based courses, iAM Global Education® also offers a range of unique courses such as Film & Video and Music & Audio where you can learn how movies are made and music is created, Our Media communications courses can help you learn to broadcast, produce and learn to create music and media through our anytime, anywhere, and any pace online learning environment. These career classes are designed by filmmakers, media specialists, and GRAMMY® nominated musicians and education innovators.
Anyone who has ever taught knows the feeling of wanting to be better at their craft. The one thing that teachers all around the globe lack, however, is time. iAM Global Education® provides you flexible learning time to develop new ideas, time to implement new techniques, and time to reflect on what’s best for students. Let iAM Global Education® help you become the teacher you want to be!Online Professional Development Courses Focused On 21st Century Education
A Better Tomorrow
The truth is that the world is changing rapidly. So rapidly in fact that students need to be prepared to flourish tomorrow in careers that may not even exist today. Let iAM Global Education® help you navigate this ever changing terrain.
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Many times referred to as “The Four C’s” (critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity), 21st Century Skills refer to those skills that students needs in order to be prepared to be successful in a globally competitive world in which many of the occupations they will eventually pursue may not even exist today. Now, more than ever, it is essential that teachers have the tools required to ensure all students have access to the engaging and effective instruction they need to gain the job-centered skills that will allow them to succeed in this new and exciting 21st Century world.
Google is far more than just an excellent search tool. The Google Suite tools help teachers and students create, collaborate, communicate, organize, and assess, more efficiently, more effectively, and in a way that is far more engaging for all involved. And, when coupled with Chrome, Google’s web browser, and many of its own specialized tools, educators and students have instant access to a truly state- of – the – art education experience.Part 1 covers Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Drive. Part 2 covers Forms, Drawing, Sites, and Chrome. Participants can take either, or both parts, in any order.
For all the recent advances in technology, there is also a real need to ensure that everyone is able to both use that technology and also to exist in a digital world in a safe and productive manner.Today’s young people are truly pioneers, and with all the wonderful possibilities that exist for them, it is also essential that they are effectively educated about the benefits and the dangers of digital citizenship.
Project Based Learning, or PBL, is an instructional method that significantly increases student engagement, and, when executed properly, is a critical part of a full paradigm shift that puts students at the center of the learning.PBL emphasizes collaboration, critical thinking and analysis, and perhaps, most importantly, true and marketable skill sets students need to succeed in the new global, competitive marketplace. PBL still should include all the education standards you are expected to implement, but it does so in a way that is for more engaging and educationally valid than, for example, the more common and far less effective lecture/ demo methodology.