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TEACHER EDUCATION CEUs

Virtual Education Software, Inc. (VESi)

Virtual Education Software, Inc. provides self-paced professional development courses for teachers via online coursework at a pace that fits your schedule. Educators who successfully complete a module will be issued a certificate of completion for their records and to present to the staff development person within their school. Courses are 30 or 45 contact hours, 3.0 or 4.5 CEUs. Final award of CEUs must be approved by the local education agency (school district or charter school). It is therefore recommended you have each course approved prior to registering.

All courses are tablet compatible, making it easy for you to certify anytime, anywhere with reliable, stable online access.

Please note: The link above will take you to the UNCW site where you can view the courses and process payment. Once registered, you will receive a password to access the course. You have one year from the date of enrollment to complete your studies. Successful completion of these courses qualifies the student for CEUs only. Courses do not qualify for academic credit from UNCW.

Ed2Go

Ed2Go offers a variety of online professional development courses for teachers.  A new session of each course opens each month, allowing you to enroll whenever your busy schedule permits! Once a session starts, two lessons will be released each week, for the six-week duration of your course. You will have access to all previously released lessons until the course ends.

Courses are 24 contact hours, 2.4 CEUs. Final award of CEUs must be approved by the local education agency (school district or charter school). It is therefore recommended you have each course approved prior to registering.

Please note: The link above will take you to the Ed2Go site where you can view the courses and register.  You will then be directed back to the UNCW site to register with UNCW and pay for the courses. Successful completion of these courses qualifies the student for CEUs only. Courses do not qualify for academic credit from UNCW.

Watson Professional Development System

The Watson College of Education Professional Development System serves a twelve county region (including the Department of Defense) in southeastern North Carolina. PDS improves the quality of teacher and administrator preparation and performance through rigorous admissions standards and an array of professional experiences, including site-based seminars and a coaching and supervision model that involves pairing interns with trained partnership teachers.The partnership is intensive in that it collaborates with districts in placing student interns, providing critical professional development, developing research, designing grants and initiatives, helping redesign our teacher education programs, building quality teaching capacity, valuing reciprocity, engaging in reflective practice and building a community of learners.