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On-Demand Course Collections

What is an On-Demand Course Collection?

CEC’s specially curated on-demand course collections include quality professional development (PD) targeted toward specific topics or themes. Each collection provides a focused, flexible learning option to improve your knowledge and practices. You can watch the included courses when you want, where you want, and as many times as you want. 

When you sign up for a collection, enjoy these features as part of CEC’s Learning Library experience:

  • Start immediately after registering
  • Earn a certificate and PDHs for each completed course or one an entire collection
  • Access the collection on your computer, tablet, AND mobile device
  • Enhance your work in one or more specific skillset
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Cost to sign-up
CEC Members $49
Non-Members $99

Collections Available

Social/Emotional/Behavioral Practices

Learn to employ several practices that are critical in promoting student social and emotional well-being within the context of a positive and caring teacher-student relationship, in a respectful and culturally responsive manner.

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Developing Meaningful, Equitable & Defensible IEPs

Enhance your IEP toolbox with content on developing culturally responsive and student-led IEPs. This is a game-changer.

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Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)

Improve your specially designed instruction skills to support the learning and behavioral needs of students with disabilities. We all know this is a critical skill and one we can always be working to develop.  

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Tier 1 Literacy in Practice

Special AND general educators will learn current research and proven strategies to increase student engagement, provide explicit tier 1 instruction, and effective ways to implement the strategies covered in the courses.

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Effective Parent/Caregiver/Family Partnerships

Build effective partnerships with parents/caregivers/families and learn practical strategies for fostering relationships that will only enhance the support of a student’s learning by leaning into High-Leverage Practices #2 and #3 to be sure you are communicating respectfully and effectively considering the background, socioeconomic status, language, culture, and priorities of students and families.

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Last Updated:  5 January, 2023

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