Learn a methodical way to help your students obtain a new way of thinking that helps them succeed in life and in the classroom – even in the face of setbacks.
This revolutionary new class will change the way you view the world and equip you to help your students become thriving achievers. Depression, pessimism, and having a fixed mindset are all barriers to learning and this class will help you guide your student out of a pessimistic mindset and into the mindset of an achiever. Building on the work of Dr. Seligman (University of Pennsylvania) and Dr. Dweck (Stanford), this class is a must for any teacher looking for a research-backed method for improving student performance.
- (NYC) 24 hours towards NYS CTLE Professional Development.
- (NYC) 2 P-Credits towards BA+30, BA+60, and MA+30 salary differentials.
ASPDP catalog code: P187-7343.1F18
Course enrollment limit: 200 seats
Complete registration in two steps to earn P Credits :
Step 1: Register with ASPDP when available. You can do this by logging into ASPDP at http://schools.nyc.gov/teachers/aspdp/, searching for Quikitech in the course catalog to select your choice of courses, and paying the ASPDP registration fee for the courses.
Step 2: Register with Quikitech. You can do this by going to https://quikitech.com/nyc adding to cart the matching courses you will be taking with ASPDP, and paying the Education Partner fee for the courses. Your account will be automatically created for you upon checkout. If you purchased a bundle, allow for 24 hours for your course selections to be processed.
Important Fall 2018 Semester Dates:
ASPDP registration opens 9/12/18
Coursework starts 9/17/18
ASPDP registration closes 11/13/18
Coursework ends 1/11/19
For the non-NYC version of this course, click here.
Please check with your school district or local authority on whether the kind of credit this course provides can be used towards meeting your professional development, salary differential, or credential renewal needs.
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“I think this should be a mandated course, and I’ve been in the system over two decades. I will apply this immediately and think about this course before I discuss challenges with my students.”