The School of Education offers flexible, inclusive, professional development programs for busy educators.
These programs are developed with faculty from the School of Education, who draw upon their scholarly research and practical experience to provide you with relevant, real-world content and resources.
Whether you're looking to fulfill requirements for licensure renewal, learn a new skill, or expand your knowledge in a particular content area, these offerings are for you.
Continuing Education Program Offerings
Continuing education programs are flexible; they fit into your life when you need them to. You complete all coursework online, on your own schedule. Educators can receive CEUs toward licensure renewal requirements for some programs.
Becoming Trauma-Informed: A Primer for Educators
In this free course, learn the basic understandings of psychological trauma and its impact in both K-12 and higher education and strategies for intervention.
Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools
Learn guiding principles, research, and strategies for implementing a trauma-informed education framework at the school and systems level
Healthy Relationships for Student Well-Being
This course will equip school staff and leaders with the knowledge and skills to build authentic, empathetic, and resilient relationships with students.
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidence-Based Practices
Gain a solid understanding of the evidence-based practices used when working with students who have autism spectrum disorder.
Cultural Competency for Educators
This PELSB-approved course meets licensure renewal requirements for K-12 educators in Minnesota who need to complete cultural competency training.