Teacher's Learning Center is now offering both online and print-based courses for teachers. Courses provide graduate level credit for recertification or pay step increases.
In many states, the rigorous process of becoming a K-12 teacher is only surpassed in difficulty by the time consuming process to maintain that teacher’s certification. Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDU) are often required not only for maintaining certification but also for promotion, pay scale increases and endorsements. For many educators, finding time to attend classes and complete assignments on top of their already laborious workload is nearly impossible.
Fortunately, the summer is here, and Teachers Learning Center (TLC) is introducing a fully accredited online course option – offering educators more choice in how they take professional development courses. TLC classes are designed with the working professional in mind. While both the print-based and online courses require readings and assignments, and both allow students to receive course books and study materials through the mail. The online format offers rich media and other materials online. No matter which format , students always find courses to be practical, relevant and useful.
Educators can begin classes at any time. There are no set due dates for assignments , only a requirement that the course be completed within five months of beginning. The per credit price includes all relevant course materials, books and access.
Finally, a way to receive Continuing Professional Development Units in a way that is user-friendly, convenient and relevant to real world classrooms. For more information or to begin a course today, visit https://www.tlcgraduatecredits.com
Company Name: Teacher's Learning Center
Contact Name: James Berken
Website URL: https://www.tlcgraduatecredits.com
Release ID: 202528