Sign up for the ARK for Teachers: Secondary Level Volume 1 Course
This Course includes 3 Sections, and 10 lessons

Price: $35

The ARK for Teachers – Secondary 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 13 accredited CEU credits.

Section 1 Creating a Nurturing Classroom Environment

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 and Care in The Classroom

In order to feel esteemed as a human being, every person has a desperate need for that kind of love. Students are no exception; and, for many of them, a teacher…

Section 2 Becoming A Great Teacher

Lesson 3: Becoming a Great Teacher

We use the word “becoming” to indicate an on-going process. Great teachers are always seeking methods and ways of sharpening their skills and becoming even better. The…

Lesson 4: Evaluating Our Teaching Behaviors

Great teachers are made, not born. Like every other profession, to become really good at teaching means having to labor at the craft. Effective teachers love their jobs…

Lesson 5: Experiencing Burnout

Teaching is one of the most important jobs in the world. In fact, the future of civilization depends upon a dedicated, educated, caring cadre of teachers who are…

Section 3 Understanding the Dynamics of Student Behavior

Lesson 6: Sorting Out The Teen Brain

Twain’s words reflect the feelings of many teachers who are scratching their heads over the behavior of teens in their classrooms who are frequently moody, abrasive, and…

Lesson 7: Responding to Student Misbehavior

The new brain research is helpful in enabling teachers to understand “why” students behave as they do. Another matter entirely is “what to do” when students…

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…

Lesson 9: Handling a Rebellious Student

One of the most difficult and demanding professions is teaching. Not only must the successful teacher cover the material required by the mandated curriculum, those materials must…

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…