Pearson Instructor Education is an interactive, online faculty development course that builds solid instructional skills which empowers educators with time-efficient training. 

Why is Pearson Instructor Education Beneficial?

  • Pearson Instructor Education provides Instructors with the ability to refresh and learn new teaching methods.
  • PIE offers for faculty development and facilitates them to convert into confident and capable online and classroom educators.
  • PIE courses are asynchronous and self-paced.

FEATURES

  • Flexibility delivery: Library of courses may be taken via a self-paced, online format.
  • Discussion questions: Content-related questions that engage learners on a deeper intellectual level and help them apply course content on the job.
  • Meaningful assignments: Meaningful on-screen or submittable assignments that apply course content to the teaching experience
  • End of lesson quizzes : Brief quiz that checks lesson comprehension
  • Final assessment of content mastery: Tangible proof of successful course completion

List of courses

  • Anger Management
  • Appropriate Assessments
  • Assessment Strategies
  • Authentic and Performance Assessment
  • Behavior Theories
  • Blended Learning: An Introduction
  • Brain-based Strategies
  • Building an Online Course
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Collaborative Learning Experience
  • Collaborative Learning Techniques
  • Conflict Management
  • Converting Traditional Classes to the Online Environment
  • Creating a Motivating Environment
  •  Dealing with Inappropriate Behavior
  • Diversity Adaptation
  • Effective Lessons
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Instructor Strategies
  • Integrating Media and Technology
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Intrapersonal Skills
  • Know the Learner and Yourself
  • Leadership Skills
  • Learning Differences
  • Learning Objectives
  • Managing Collaborative Activities
  • Managing the Online Class
  • Measurement Models
  • Memory and Higher-level Thinking
  • Online Learning: An Introduction
  • Problem Solving
  • Self-management Skills
  • Standards, Goals, and Objectives
  • Student Diversity
  • Student-directed Strategies
  • Syllabus Management
  • The Brain and Learning
  • Time Management
  • Traditional and Alternative Assessments
  • Types of Assessments
  • Unique Challenges to Online Learning 
  • Unit Planning