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The University of Georgia offers dozens of classroom and online courses to help teachers' professional development. UGA makes it easy and efficient for teachers and educational trainers to increase their knowledge and skills — while earning CEUs (Continuing Education Units) as part of the professional development and continuing education process. Choose from a range of courses in eight disciplinary areas (see below).

 

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Certificate programs – online

Certificate programs – online

(Online)
By earning a comprehensive multi-course TESOL certificate, you'll be prepared to teach English to speakers of other languages in non-public school settings.

(Online)
This UGA-developed Certificate program addresses the specific challenges of developing courses for online delivery. The program consists of two separate online, instructor-led courses. Complete both to earn the Certificate.

UGA classroom course

UGA classroom course

(Classroom: Athens)
A week of classroom sessions this summer will enhance your teaching of Advanced Placement® courses. Select from subject-specific professional development courses, all taught by College Board-endorsed consultants.

Online courses

Online courses

(Online)
Instructor-led programs including professional interpretation and classroom Spanish for teachers.

(Online)
These courses show you how to improve students' reading and writing performance, alleviate literacy problems of struggling readers, and motivate developing writers. 

(Online)
Learn about web site technology, navigating the Internet, teaching smarter with new tech, and integrating software and web publishing into your classroom experience.

(Online)
Gain new insights and discover new resources and strategies to help your students master mathematical and scientific problem-solving.

(Online)
Courses covering a wide range of classroom and instructional issues, including developmental stages, discipline and serving students with special needs.