Instructor: Julie Coates

Julie Coates
Biography: Julie Coates is an experienced researcher, teacher and trainer in the area of students with ASD. She teaches courses at the graduate level in adult and higher education for the University of South Dakota and has experience teaching in an elementary school.

Classes by this instructor

Certificate in Learning Styles
New research and information comes out frequently about how your learners - and you - learn. Everyone learns differently. This course brings you the most advanced information about three of the most prevalent student characteristics you face in teaching: generation, gender, and the autism spectrum.
Registering for this certificate program will automatically enroll you in the three required courses: Developing the Socialization Skills of Students with ASD in the Inclusive Classroom, Gender Matters: Gender in the Classroom, and Generational Learning Styles.

June 3-28, 2024, Online Only
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in the Diverse Classroom
Educators and psychologists know that learning is significantly affected by factors such as stress, anxiety, self-image, cultural expectations and societal expectations. In this course, you will examine the factors that come together to create unique challenges to black students in the classroom, and explore ways in which teachers can minimize those challenges and support school success for all students.
June 3-28, 2024, Online Only
DEI and Organizational Success
Diverse organizations are found to be more creative, more productive, have higher levels of employee engagement, and experience lower rates of attrition. Diversity is also shown to return higher profits. Learn to appreciate and work effectively with diverse groups, and understand why diversity, equity, and inclusion are important to organizational success. This course is included in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace course.
June 3-28, 2024, Online Only
Developing the Socialization Skills of Students with ASD in the Inclusive Classroom
Today, every school in America has students who have been diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) -- a neurological disorder on the autism spectrum. Examine strategies for working effectively with ASD students and parents to create the most positive learning environments for children and teens with ASD. This class is included in the Certificate in Learning Styles course.
June 3-28, 2024, Online Only