The Cox Campus Difference
When teachers practice what is learned on the Cox Campus, they see dramatic results. Children of all ages respond to strong relationships with improved learning, school-aged children improve their test scores, and family partnerships strengthen.
Here, immediately applicable and research-backed practices come to life so you can learn how to reach and teach every child - from infancy to literacy.
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Birth-Age 5 Courses
A deep reading brain is essential to literacy and justice for all. Our early learning courses are grounded in critical prerequisites to learning: Relationships, Trauma-Informed Practices, and Immersion in a Curriculum.
- Healthy Brain Development
- Positive Experiences and Relationships
- Language -Rich Environments
- Explicit Instruction
- Essential Early Literacy Skills
Experts take you from understanding to instruction. See them share and demonstrate proven practices to teach critical skills for reading.
- Compliments and enhances existing curriculums
- Earn continuing education units
- For infant to 3rd educators of all levels of experience
- Learn at your own pace, on your own schedule
- School Leaders see how Cox Campus can support your entire staff
Kindergarten-3rd grade Courses
Learn about structured literacy.
By maximizing every interaction with all students, you'll develop each strand of Scarborough's Rope in your own classroom and cultivate a language-rich environment for teaching and learning. The Kindergarten – 3rd grade courses on Cox Campus guide teachers through important concepts like:
- Assessment practices for supporting all students
- Language-rich classroom environments
- Explicit and Systematic instruction
The K-3rd Grade accredited structured literacy course series is dedicated to our dear friend and colleague, Susan Rhoades, as a humble acknowledgment of her unwavering dedication to equity and access to education for all children. Susan’s commitment to her students’ confidence, strong language and literacy, and their pursuit of knowledge and empathy for others has had a profound impact on both children and educators in our community. Her work sparked the transformative professional development movement now known as the Rollins Center.
Resources and Activities
Downloadable lesson planning templates, story guides, assessments, teaching aids, and much more.
- Easily download, print, or share
- Hundreds of resources (and growing!)
- Helps support what you learn from our courses
- Saves you time so you can focus on your teaching
I have learned so much to take back to my classroom. I'm using these learning experiences to help strengthen the language of each child and I see a difference each day in the children's language.
Always Free, Unlimited Access
Thanks to generous partner investments and grant funding, everything on the Cox Campus is available to you at no cost - ever.