San Diego State University was founded in 1897 as a training facility for teachers, and remains committed to the standard of excellence it has demonstrated over more than 120 years of service.
In keeping with that tradition, we’re excited to offer Professional Development Courses for Educators. These graduate-level online courses are designed for teachers, administrators, and other individuals who work in education. You’ll focus on a range of topics, such as educational tools, cultural competency, equitability, and new technology in the classroom. You’ll also have the opportunity to earn Professional Development Credits that appear on an SDSU transcript, which are ideal for building your résumé and advancing your career.
Your courses are taught by both SDSU graduates and experienced faculty from SDSU education programs who use their subject matter expertise to help you grow and develop as an educational leader.
Help bring the future of education to your school community. Enroll in a Professional Development Course today.
New courses for Summer 2019 open for registration May 1.
|Understanding At-Risk Youth: A Social Context||3||$663||6/15-8/10|
|Designing a Technology-Driven Classroom||3||$663|
|Cultural Competence: A Field Study||3||$663|
|Redefine Instruction with a Flipped Classroom||1||$221|
Prices and dates subject to change.
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This foundation course will enhance participants' abilities to understand, evaluate, and provide culturally sensitive and competent services to members of diverse groups. This course gives participants the opportunity to reflect upon their own cultural development and to be more sensitive to others. Participants will engage in an experiential model of learning to include lecture, demonstration, case studies, and individual and small group interaction, to stimulate participants' engagement and practical learning.