Dedicated teachers know how invaluable true professional development is to their practice. If you’ve been thinking it will be soon time for you to engage in enriching graduate-level classes but have difficulty envisioning where a course would fit into your life right now, you may want to consider PBS TeacherLine, online learning for preK-12 teachers. While you’ll keep pace with other educators in the course, you’ll be able to go online anytime, anywhere for an asynchronous learning experience.
PBS high-quality online courses provide expertly trained facilitators who assure you’ll collaborate with colleagues from around the country, have online discussions, and receive rich, applicable content. The following four PBS TeacherLine courses are among teacher favorites. They all start next month, along with many other high-quality courses open for enrollment now:
RDLA157 Teaching Phonemic Awareness and Phonics, Grade PreK-3, eligible 3 credits
RDLA125 Children’s Authors on the Web: Online Sites that Motivate Students, Grades K-6, eligible 2 credits
INST320 Connecting Family, Community, and Schools, Grades K-12, eligible 2 credits
INST300 Curriculum Mapping by Heidi Hayes Jacobs, Grades K-12, eligible 2 credits
You can also learn more about graduate credit options with accredited providers.