LAUSD PD Course in Human Dynamics

Engaging all your Students: A New Approach to Designing Lessons & Activities that Accommodate Students' Innate Learning Differences



Thank you for participating in our Human Dynamics course for teachers. In this course you will learn a new approach to understanding people and design and conduct learning activities in ways that accommodate the innate learning, communication and developmental needs of all of your students in the classroom.  Through an enjoyable, highly interactive process involving presentations, individual and group exercises, discussions, hands-on activities, films and text – you will be able to enhance communication, classroom camaraderie and student achievement in any core academic subject.

Compensation for this series is one salary point, which will be granted upon completion of 15 course hours (two 7.5 hour classes) and 30 hours of homework.

2018:  15 hour course - two Saturdays - February 10th and February 24th - Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Los Angeles, CA 

This course will be available at regular intervals throughout the year.   Please fill out the form below to sign-up.

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2 sessions 7.5 hours each with a lunch break
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I understand that this course is an optional professional development program offered by Human Dynamics International in exchange for 1 LAUSD salary point credit. In order to earn the credit, I will have to attend 2 in-person PDs and complete 30 hours of homework assignments in full.

2017 Testimonials 

"I learned things about myself that I had no clue existed in me"  

"I learned that my self-reflections have been very shallow, not taking in the processes of my students and others" 

"I really look forward to learning more about Human Dynamics.  I found the subject very interesting, and I can hardly wait to apply this knowledge to help out my students by becoming more observant of their feelings, moods, and emotions"

As a school community, we, the teachers, are but an integral component of the stakeholders for the prosperity of our school children.  The other stakeholders are the parents, staff, and administrators.  Through Human Dynamics, I have a much better understanding of how to effectively communicate and work together with colleagues and my students.