Mastering every last
See greater day-to-day satisfaction, enhanced performance, and measurable improvement in your students’ outcomes when you deepen your understanding of instructional strategies and fine-tune the use of your resources at hand. Follow up your Essentials Learning Pathway with our six-hour Essentials Pro Learning Pathways (online plans are self-paced) and discover all the nuances of each solution while staying on top of the latest education research and theories. When you pass the exam you will be awarded a badge and n2y Certified Educator status. After certification, you can easily complete annual recertifications online.
n2y Total Solution
Take a deeper dive into all n2y solutions, including determining academic and behavioral progress and learning how to effectively integrate all of the solutions for an optimal experience.
- Analyzing data for all solutions
- Applying all solution data to drive instruction
- Establishing strong academic foundation skills
- Supporting in‑depth programming
Unique Learning System
After a brief review of the Unique Learning System Essentials Pathway, you will learn even more about daily instructional opportunities and explore additional resources to deliver individualized learning.
- Engaging students with level one support needs
- Increasing student progress with data collection
- Making meaningful math connections for all learners
- Effective reading strategies and interventions
- Engaging all students in writing tasks
- Developing IEPs
- Building collaborative partnerships with all stakeholders
Up to 40 participants, driven by a Professional Learning Specialist
In-person sessions will resume when it is safe to do so!
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