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Professional Learning on your time! With the Leader U On-Demand Professional Learning Portal you can complete your credits when and where it is convenient for you and receive a certificate as soon as it is completed. Keep track of all the classes you have completed and print your records at any time. Classes include TASL accredited sessions from the annual conference along with webinars from throughout the year and even relevant content from other organizations nationwide. Sign in now or join today!



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NOTICE: THE TASL CLASSES ENDING JUNE 15, 2018 ARE CLOSED.  We will reapply for TASL credit in September. The portal is still available for all members.


If you are an administrator, once you are logged onto the portal, click Search CE Elearning > Advanced Search > Filter by the Accreditor > Tennessee Academy of School Leaders.  Per the new TASL guidelines, you must complete 4 hours before your credits can be reported.  Please click here for more information.


Current Classes Available On Demand:


 **Leader U 2018**

Eating Kryptonite for Breakfast: Developing a Champion Mindset for Students
Blended Learning: Lessons from the Field
Bridging Gaps/Cultivating Curiosity
DIPLOMA: Digital Integration Plan for Learning on Mobile and Accessibility
Fit Leaders – From Surviving to Thriving
Organized Chaos
PBL (Project Based Learning) for All
Teaching Financial Literacy
TEAM Evaluations: What We've Learned So Far
Tech Tools in the Early Elementary Classroom
The Effects of Bullying on Learning
The Engaging Classroom
Top 10 Things an IEP Team Member Should Know


 **Leader U 2017**

Education in the Age of the Underdog*

Brain-building Across the Gaps*

Dyslexia: Identification, Instruction and Accommodation*

Keeping Hope in Our Schools: Creating a College-Going Culture for At-Risk Youth*

Literacy Strategies for English Language Learners*

ACEs: Cultivating Roses in a Garden of Adversity*

Full STEAM Ahead: Adding Art to Your STEM Program*

Accessibility: Students with Hearing Loss in the General Education Classroom*

How the Competitive Teaching Model Raised Engagement and Motivation in an Urban Middle School*

The Power of Persistence: Promoting Motivation, Self-Regulation, and Engagement for Struggling Readers* 

Research-based Curriculum for High Achieving Students*

Supporting Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders*

50 Web 2.0 Tools in 50 Minutes
Assistive Technology Basics*
Beginning Administrator 101*
Being Good to You: A Self-Care Guide for Teachers
Building a Successful RTI Program*
Classroom Management
Classroom Management with Integrity and Self-Control
Close Reading, Extended Writing and Accountable Talk*
Communicating for Results
Community Conversations*
Copyright and Privacy Issues*
Creating Blended Learning Environments That Work*
Creating a Culture of Innovation in Schools*
Creating and Using eTextbooks*
Developing Control Over Attention (3 Hr)
Differentiating Curriculum & Tiered Learning: A First Look (G/T)
Differentiating Curriculum & Tiered Learning: Going Deeper (G/T)
Digital Storytelling

Donors Choose: A How To Guide

edTPA Orientation*

Educator Mental Health Series: Anxiety Management
Educator Mental Health Series: Crisis Intervention
Educator Mental Health Series: Understanding Depression
Educator Mental Health Series: Understanding Stress
Effective Professional Learning Communities*
Exploring a Science Writing Heuristic*
Getting Organized & Good Work Habits for Students
Getting Thoughts on Paper
How to Develop a Quality CTE Program
Incorporating STEM Concepts for Special Needs and All Students*
Incorporating Technology in the Classroom
Instructional Leadership in an Online Environment*
Leading in a Culture of Change*
Learning to Relate to Others (3 Hr)
Mastering the Challenges of Reading (3 Hr)

Organizing a Rehabilitative In-School Suspension Program*

PreK/Kindergarten Student Growth Portfolio Model
Primary STEM Integration: Teacher Practices & Perceptions
Professional Learning Communities that Embrace High Levels of Learning*
Socratic Seminars, Reader Response Notebooks and Close Reading*
Reading Across the Content Areas*
Restorative Justice*
Sheltered Instruction
How to Simplify Differentiation*
State of TN Education, Leader U June 2015
Statistics in Schools
Student Discipline in the Cyber Age*
From Lockers to Cell Phones: Are Your Student Searches in Violation of the 4th Amendment?*
Take Charge of Your Professional Learning*
Teaching the Dyslexic Student*
Teaching Today's Digital Citizen*
Teaching World History in Tennessee
Technology You Can Use in the K-2 Classroom
The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing
The Tech Savvy Learner and Educator
The Paperless Classroom
The Power of a Teacher
There Is an Art App for That!
Transforming Teaching & Learning: Understanding How the Brain Moves Students from Passive to Active Learners*
Transitioning from a Traditional to an Integrated Math Program*
Understanding Dyslexia*
Understanding Metacognition: Thinking About Thinking*
Using Student Data to Guide Instruction
Web Resources for Those "Other" Classes*
Whole Brain Teaching*
What Great Educators Do Differently*
Words and Music: Teaching Lang. Arts Through Lyric Writing
Why Teach Coding?*
Your School's Social Media Presence: Telling Your Own Story *

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