Sign up for the ARK for Teachers: Elementary Level Volume 1 Course
This Course includes 10 lessons

Price: $35

The ARK for Teachers – Elementary Level Volume 1 Moodle is the textbook version of our training. Each lesson must be viewed in sequence to proceed to the accompanying quiz. Upon completion of this course and quizzes, you will earn a certificate documenting 10 accredited CEU credits.

Lesson 1: Understanding the Nature of Unconditional Love

Teachers, in particular, have the opportunity to leave an invaluable legacy. We can make a huge, positive difference for good in the lives of young people…

Lesson 2: Providing Unconditional Love

In order to feel esteemed as a human being, every single one of us has a desperate need for that kind of love. Our students are no exception; and, for some…

Lesson 3: Giving Encouragement

Stable, positive classroom environments do not just happen. They are created through intentionality and hard work. A primary factor in the building…

Lesson 4: Disciplining with Natural and Logical Consequences

We now live in a world where democracy, while not universally practiced, is widely recognized as the preferred manner in which individuals…

Lesson 5: Becoming an Advocate of the Student

A primary function of a successful teacher is to be an advocate of the young people entrusted to his or her care. Recent studies show that learning is…

Lesson 6: Advocating for the Student from a Poverty Culture

The task of the teacher as an advocate of the child is compounded greatly when the student is a victim of generational poverty (where a student’s…

Lesson 7: Understanding the Misbehaving Student

Our children believe that they have a right to participate in the democratic process–which helps explain the questioning of authority that is now…

Lesson 8: Dealing with an Attention Seeking Student

Of the three basic human needs, the most important is to feel loved and to belong. If a student believes that the only way she can feel loved and can experience a sense of belonging is through demanding attention…

Lesson 9: Handling a Rebellious Student

The job of the schoolteacher is one of the most difficult of all human endeavors. Not only must the successful teacher cover the material required by the mandated curriculum, he or she must strive to teach that material in a manner that…

Lesson 10: Working With a Power-Seeking Student

The third primary human need is to feel independent and free. Students who consistently engage in power struggles are searching for ways to fill that need. Feeling powerless, they want to have more control over their lives. Teacher-student…