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The Professional Development and Continuing Education Office serves Washington State, national and international educators by providing:
Phone: 206.296.2147Fax: 206.296.2619Email: ContinuingEd@seattleu.eduOffice Hours: 7:00am-3:30pm, closed daily from 12:00-1:00pm
This spring, current teachers and MIT teacher candidates will have the opportunity to enhance their degree with an ELL endorsement or certificate. “The innovative program is designed to meet prospective students where they are,” says Dr. SusanEllen Bacon, Associate Dean of the College of Education and Program Director of Professional Development and Continuing Education. “We are offering an opportunity for professionals who are teachers, adult educators, English instructors and special education practitioners who want 12 or 24 credit program conveniently offered on weeknights and weekends.” These class assignments are tailored to their personal and professional goals. Click here for more information on this program.
This summer professionals will have an opportunity to earn their TESOL Basic and Advanced Certificates through a new program that is launching in July. "The innovative program is designed to meet prospective students where they are," says Dr. SusanEllen Bacon, Associate Dean of the College of Education and Program Director of Professional Development and Continuing Education. "We are offering an opportunity for professionals who want to become prepared to meet the learning needs of ESL learners of all ages." Class assignments are tailored to participants' personal and professional goals. Details available here.
To register for an upcoming Professional Development course you've seen announced, please complete the registration form and return it to the address on the form. For questions regarding Professional Development courses, please contact Annique Atwater at email@example.com or call (206) 296-2147.
The College of Education has a certificate program to support the success of new community college instructors. Supporting New Faculty Success is a unique, one-year, distance-learning environment that allows participants to take courses from their computer at home, work or wherever they are most comfortable. Participants will master instructional methods, course design, learner development and community college systems - information they will be able to apply within their teaching immediately. Learn more about this exciting program.
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