Course Title

PDSI 9976 Effectively Teaching Students in Today’s Dynamic World

Instructor: Dr. Matthew Kincaid

Dates: October 13 – November 17, 2017

Online Effectively Teaching

Come spend a wonderfully interactive and supportive 5-weeks this fall as part of the SI family. You’ll enjoy top notch speaker presentations, participate in stimulating discussion threads, spend time on your own with wellness activities, and network with fellow SI teachers from across the nation!
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Course Snapshot

(Work at your own pace weekly – no scheduled/mandatory meetings online)
  • Week One – Eliminate Stress – Brian Cain/Kelly McGonigal
  • Week Two – Relationships, Relevancy & Rigor – Bruce Brown/Rick Miller
  • Week Three – Leadership, Character & Collaboration – Sir Ken Robinson
  • Week Four – Instructional Strategies & Planning – PLC
  • Week Five – PLC Networking Forums – Susan Cain

Standards Covered

(Work at your own pace weekly – no scheduled/mandatory meetings online)
  • The Learner and Learning – Learning Environment
  • Content Knowledge – Content Knowledge, Application of Content
  • Professional Responsibility – Leadership and Collaboration
  • Instructional Practice – Instructional Strategies, Instructional Planning

Event Details



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Dr. Matthew Kincaid

Online Courses 9976 & 9977
3 years
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Additional Course Details

Rick Miller, Founder, Kids At Hope

Title: Taking Control of Conflict

Rick is one of the most informed and effective spokespersons for children. He is able to translate complicated theory into straightforward and powerful expressions about what is best for youth.

  • 45 years educating, advocating, caring, and supporting the futures of all youth
  • Served for Presidents Reagan and Carter
  • White House Youth Summit Coordinator & Youth Employment Task Force
  • Adjunct faculty member with Arizona State University since 1984
  • Author: “Youth Development from the Trenches
  • Founder/Established Kids At Hope Schools in 18 States and Canada