Staff Development Opportunities



The following training and development seminars/mini-courses are available for teacher renewal credit.  Courses are available for teacher, administrators, support personnel, and substitute teaching personnel.   C.E.U. credits vary from (1.0 -3.0)


Controlling Sexual Harrassment in the workplace 

Closing the Achievement Gap

Increasing Student Performance

Creating Conditions for Student Success

Action Research

Assessments and Scoring Guides Based on Standards

Portfolio Assessment

Elementary, Middle, and High School Block Scheduling

Implementing Brain Research into Classroom Practice

The Collaborative Workplace and Peer Coaching

Positive Discipline in the Classroom

Building Self-Esteem

Community Involvement:  Working Together to Improve Schools

A Fresh Look at Cooperative Learning

Cooperative Learning & Multiple Intelligence

Developing, Aligning, and Auditing Curriculum

Implementing Reading, Writing, Speaking, & Listening Across the Curriculum

Diversity in the Classroom/Multicultural Education

Curriculum Integration

Differentiating Instruction to Meet the Needs of All Students

Helping Students of Limited English Skills in the Classroom


Questioning to Stimulate Learning and Thinking

Introduction to Teaching (Lesson Planning and Discipline)

New Teacher Training:  Classroom Management

Teacher Induction, Mentoring, and Renewal

Transformational Leadership (Designed for Administrators)

Aspiring to Become a School Administrator

Elementary and Secondary Principals:  Leaders of Learning

Leadership in the Age of Standards and High Stakes

Teaching Mathematics to Increase Student Achievement

Developing Highly Qualified Elementary & Secondary Teachers

Successful Strategies in Teaching Science, Social Studies, Math, & English

Achieving Reading Success in the Early Years

Reading for Older Struggling Students

Accelerated Schools

Developing Rigorous and Relevant Academic Skills

Effective Teacher Training

Technology in Enhancing Learning

Visual Tools:  From Graphic Organizers to Thinking Maps

Writing Across the Curriculum