University online courses: Teachers may enroll from any state or country

Expert Systems for Teachers(R) courses are available for teachers with new or out-of-field assignments. Tuition may be paid by school professional development funds (in the US, Title 1, 2a or 5)

Participating universities offering 100 online courses are linked below to assist teachers with new subject-specific assignments, particularly those who do not have a collegiate major or minor in the new assignment. Each course is designed to prepare a teacher to be not only highly-qualified but also highly-effective with new assignments.
(Note: To be awarded CEU’s or in-service points/hours toward recertification for any of these courses and attain highly-qualified status a teacher must pass the course post-test and any, if required, district or state endorsed content mastery or subject-area test, fees for these tests are included as an option in these courses)

University Partners

Texas A&M School of Education at Commerce

University of Missouri School of Education at St. Louis

For instructional support resources only (no university course)

without the online course, for those teachers with a collegiate major or minor in the specific subject but facing a new subject assignment

For technically qualified teachers (those with a collegiate major or minor in the subject assigned to teach)with new subject assignments, the instructional materials and
mentoring resource only solution (no online course) may be obtained from the Teaching Point Catalog.
For details see https://teaching-point.net/

Note to District Superintendents, Staff Development and Professional Development Directors regarding addition of 100 subject-specific courses to their Master In-service Plan for teacher license renewal

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