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Current Course Schedule

Our online course instructors are specially trained in online professional development course facilitation by the Education Development Center as part of the e-Learning for Educators Initiative.
Not all courses are offered each session. Other Courses may be appropriate for your professional development needs. Check the Courses page for course descriptions and course syllabi. Additional courses specific to the professional development needs of New Hampshire educators are currently under development, as part of the developer training initiative of e-Learning for Educators. These courses will be offered in future sessions.
Many of our courses have been developed by New Hampshire Educators trained in online course development. We also offer courses developed by EdTech Leaders Online at the Education Development Center.

 

FALL

 

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2013

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Fall 2013 Courses
Online Course Session Dates:  October 2 – November 19

AR-01 Arts Integration in the Elementary Classroom
BP-01 Creating and Using Meaningful Rubrics that Assess Student Work
BP-07 Using an Online Professional Learning Community to Support Teacher Leadership Development
BP-04 Using Differentiated Instruction Effectively in the Classroom
BP-09 Using Web 2.0 Tools for 21st Century Learning and Teaching
BP-14 Universal Design: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
BP-16 Understanding Gender Equity Issues in STEM Education
EC-02 Early Childhood Book Reading Practices
IE-01 Project Based Learning
LT-05 Accommodating ESL/ESOL Students in the Classroom
MA-09  A Conceptual Introduction to Functions: Using Visual Models
SC-05 Matter and Energy: Basic Concepts of Science Literacy 1
SS-05 Teaching American History Using Primary Sources and Internet Resources

 

WINTER

 

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2014

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Winter 2014 Courses
Online Course Session Dates:  February 5 - March 25

BP-07 Using an Online Professional Learning Community to Support Teacher Leadership Development
CE-02 Engaging K-12 Students with Digital Portfolios
CE-05 Developing Competencies for High School Courses
EC-01 Creating a Language Rich Environment
IE-01 Intel Elements: Project Based Approaches
IE-04 Intel Elements: Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms
IE-07 Intel Elements: Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
LA-01 Best Practices for Vocabulary Instruction in the Elementary Classroom
LT-09 Literacy Coaching for the 21st Century
MA-08 Proportional Reasoning
SC-08 Understanding the Science of Life: Characteristics, Classification, and Cycles

 

SPRING

 

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2014

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Online Course Session Dates:  April 9 - May 27

BP-02 Improving Teacher Success through Effective Mentoring
BP-08 Using Reflective Writing to Develop Metacognition in the Classroom
BP-10 Incorporating Project Based Learning into Your Classroom
BP-11 Writing Effective Proposals for Successful Grant Funding
BP-12 Creating a Successful Response to Intervention Plan
CE-03 Aligning Curriculum with Grade Level Expectations
IE-02 Intel Elements: Collaboration in the Digital Classroom
IE-03 Intel Elements: Thinking Critically with Data
LT-05 Accommodating ESL/ESOL Students in the Classroom
MA-09 A Conceptual Introduction to Functions: Using Visual Models
SE-02 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Special Education, but were Afraid to Ask
SE-04 Parental Involvement Strategies to Enhance Student Achievement

 

SUMMER

 

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2014

Summer 2014 Courses
Online Course Session Dates:  July 9 - August 26

BP-14 Universal Design: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
CE-07 The NH Bullying Law: Policies and Procedures that Promote Positive School Climates
EC-01 Creating a Language Rich Environment
IE-05 Intel Elements: Inquiry in the Science Classroom
IE-06 Intel Elements: Designing Blended Learning
IE-07 Intel Elements: Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
LA-03 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Language Arts
LA-08 Strategies and Tools for Teaching the Writing Process
LT-08 ESOL Literacy Development 3 Oral Language Development MA-02 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Mathematics
MA-06 Using Models to Understand Fractions
SC-04 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Science
SS-04 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Social Studies

 

FALL

 

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2014

fall icon Fall 2014 Courses
Online Course Session Dates:  October 1 - November 18

AR-01 Arts Integration in the Elementary Classroom
BP-01 Creating and Using Meaningful Rubrics that Assess Student Work
BP-04 Using Differentiated Instruction Effectively in the Classroom
BP-09 Using Web 2.0 Tools for 21st Century Learning and Teaching
BP-14 Universal Design: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
BP-16 Understanding Gender Equity Issues in STEM Education
EC-02 Early Childhood Book Reading Practices
IE-02 Intel Elements: Collaboration in the Digital Classroom
IE-03 Intel Elements: Thinking Critically with Data
IE-04 Intel Elements: Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms
LT-05 Accommodating ESL/ESOL Students in the Classroom
MA-09 A Conceptual Introduction to Functions: Using Visual Models
SC-05 Matter and Energy: Basic Concepts of Science Literacy 1
SS-05 Teaching American History Using Primary Sources and Internet Resources

Additional courses specific to the professional development needs of New Hampshire educators are currently under development, as part of the developer training initiative of e-Learning for Educators.  These courses may be added to the existing schedule or be offered in future sessions. Visit the e-Learning Blog for updates.
Last update: April 14, 2014