About this Course
S'cool Moves Best Practices in Collaboration
Wondering if this course is for you?
Yes! If you:
Nerd out over neuroscience and devour research (in small bites)
Have an insane caseload and are constantly underwater (snorkel, please)
Are looking for strategies that don’t add to your already full plate
Never seem to have enough time to meet the needs of all your students (who does!)
Have students who stay in the bottom quarter year after year or don’t meet goals
Work with children needing support for developmental challenges (step right up)
Need current information on dyslexia, sensory processing disorder, ADHD, and more
Yearn to be more effective with collaboration (or as we like to say...collabor-action)
Desire quick, yet effective, easy-to-implement activities (who doesn’t want that?)
Want every child you work with to be crazy successful! (Heck ya!)
Need a fresh-squeezed perspective on intervention (now serving OJ with a side of success)
Think about leaving the profession due to frustration (been there and have solutions)
What do our course attendees say?
"Eager to start right away!"
"Learned so much and can't wait to share it."
"Wow, so many great resources."
"So entertaining. The videos are engaging and fun, not a dull like most courses I've taken."
"I really know how to help my struggling learners now and am using these techniques on my own children."
Best Practices in Collaboration is a three-part series that features an in-depth look at the three S'cool Moves Intervention Strategies: Minute Moves, Focus Moves, and Power Up! Moves.
Enjoy learning S'cool Moves theory, principles, routines, and interventions in this fun and enlightening course.
The three sessions were designed to build upon one another and are best taken in order.
EACH SESSION offers 15 hours of instruction broken into short, easy to digest lessons. (A total of 45 hours of credit for the full series.)
PLUS lots of downloadable materials and discounts on S'cool Moves products including the Foundation Moves Book, Job Card Booklets, Quadrant Word Tap Editable Cards, Word Ping-Pong Editable Cards, Minute Moves Routines, and more. Posters are not a downloadable item. These need to be purchased, but you'll receive a discount coupon when you complete the course.
Units or Continuing Education Hours Available! (details further below)
Session 1: MINUTE MOVES*
This session covers Minute Moves theory and activities:
- Apply best practice strategies
- Support diverse learners
- Learn Minute Moves Routines
- Meld brain research into practice
- Create sensory supportive classrooms
Session 2: FOCUS MOVES
This session covers Focus Moves theory and activities:
- Teach essential skills for academic stamina
- Apply the neurodevelopmental model
- “All hands on deck” collaboration
- Transitions & brain breaks with a purpose
- Design interventions using the Five Systems Approach
Session 3: POWER UP! MOVES
This session covers Power Up! Moves theory and activities:
- Design engaging small group stations
- Address rapid naming skill deficits
- Address dyslexia spectrum student needs
- Integrate with any program and align with standards
- Improve literacy through the Five Systems Approach
Units or Continuing Education Hours
Teachers: Earn up to three units of 800 level course work (fourth year/graduate). A fee of $60.00 per unit applies and is paid directly to Chico State University, Chico, CA.**
**Sessions must be completed by December 1, 2017 for fall semester credit. Verification of acceptance of units is the responsibility of the participant and not guaranteed by S’cool Moves.
Therapists & Support Staff: Certificate(s) of completion provided for up to 45 hours of coursework.***
***Submitting hours is up to participant and not guaranteed by S’cool Moves to be accepted by your governing board. Course Approval Packet available below for download.
The lessons are a manageable length, and you can complete them on your own time. Here at S'cool Moves we embrace the saying:
"The mind can absorb no more
than the seat can endure."
Study from anywhere but be part of a brilliant community of learning. There is plenty of opportunity to ask questions and participate in discussions within the online classroom.