California Educator

June/July 2019

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View our course offerings now! Visit Prior district approval is highly recommended and the responsibility of the student if using course units towards salary advancement, credential renewing, and/or recertification. Not all courses may qualify in your local school district. CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF CONVENIENT COURSES TO ENHANCE YOUR TEACHING SKILLS Create Your Professional Growth Path Summer is a great time to up-skill and enhance your teaching. Explore wellness strategies and approaches in our Teacher Wellness Series. Or, turn your passion for reading into positive and effective improvement with our R.E.A.D Series. And, with options like the Beginning Teachers Series and the Professional Teachers Program Series, USD has hundreds of choices for every stage of your teaching career. FEATURED FORMATS: Independent Study: These courses offer flexibility and the ability to complete a course faster or slower than a traditional live course. Our courses deliver the same high- quality content and expert instruction as traditional, "face-to-face" courses. Online Fixed-Date: This format offers a convenient, yet rigorous style of learning that allows you to structure your education to suit your schedule. Online courses have fixed start and finish dates, but as an online student, you will have access to your digital classroom at any time. Online Self-Paced: Offering you the perfect blend of accessibility, convenience and flexibility for you to control your learning pace. You will use course textbooks, manuals, assignments, digital tools, and exams to learn and earn credit. Classroom: These courses are offered in a traditional classroom where you can connect with your instructor and classmates in a live setting. This learning environment facilitates communication on a given subject in real time, enables immediate feedback, and fosters interaction with the instructor and like-minded classmates. E D U C A T O R S

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