Moodle Course Offerings
We know that as an educator, few things are more important than your time and attending trainings isn't always possible.
In order to serve you better, we're bringing the professional development to you!
CREA has collaborated with educational partners to create online professional
development offerings that you can complete wherever, whenever.
What should you do next?
1. Scroll down to view our available courses.
2. Select Add to Cart and follow the prompts to purchase the desired online course.
3. Once you've purchased the online course, you will receive a confirmation email with a
button to download a registration form.
4. Once we've received your completed registration form, we'll email you your Moodle Account Information.
You are responsible for purchasing any required course materials. All course materials are available to view by the course description.
Credit for all Moodle courses is available through Valley City State University. You are responsible for registering and purchasing the credit by visiting www.vcsu.edu/extend. Once you have completed the course and filled out the exit evaluation, the instructor on record will enter your grade with VCSU.
Available Course Offerings
Fostering Resilient Learners by: Kristen Van Marter Souers and Pete Hall
This course is designed to assist educators in understanding trauma and how it manifests in the classroom, reflect upon their instructional practice and beliefs through a trauma-informed lens, implement trauma-informed instructional strategies, and examine self-care practices.
Purchase single registration
Purchase Course Facilitator Guide (for large groups)
Relationships, Responsibility and Regulation: By Kristen Van Marter Souers and Pete Hall
This course is designed to assist educators in adopting and maintaining a student-focused versus content-focused mindset to support students in experiencing safety and connection in school and an enhanced ability to access a ready-to-learn state.
Purchase single registration -
Purchase Course Facilitator Guide (for large groups) -
Building a Culturally Responsive Teaching Practice: Using Theory, Research, and Action
By Jennifer Wallender
This course will assist educators in understanding, analyzing, and challenging traditional classroom beliefs and practices with culturally, racially, economically, and other diverse learners. Additionally, the educator will examine and reflect on his/her implicit and explicit beliefs, values, and philosophies. Completing this course will help educators construct a culturally responsive practice using both theory and research.