Detailed Inservice / P-Credit and Grad Course Information
3-credit in-service course is $270.
3-credit/45hr. "P-credit" in-service course (NYC teachers only) is $243.
If you sign up for 2 or more in-service teacher-professional development courses, take 10% off each in-service course. The discounted price is then $243 (This does not apply to ESBOCES since they get a discounted price as a member of ESBOCES Model Schools, nor does it apply to NYC/ASPDP registrations since they already receive a discounted rate of $243 for all courses.)
A minimum of a $50 deposit per course is required. The 10% discount is only applicable at the time of registration and there MUST be at least 2 courses for which you are simultaneously registering. If you would like to sign up for more than 5 courses you may fill out the registration form more than once.
Each GRADUATE course is $525 and must be paid in full before the start of the course.
*** Graduate courses are offered through both Manhattan College and The University of Massachusetts Global (formerly known as Brandman University). Please pay special attention to which college each graduate course is offered through when registering. The name of the college offering the course can be found on both the online brochure, graduate course information page, and next to the name of the course on the registration page. ***
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- 21st Century Technologies
- Addiction Awareness
- Anxiety Disorders and Students Today
- Assessment and Student Success in a Differentiated Classroom
- Blended Learning
- Building Parental Partnership
- Changing Minds
- Classroom Strategies of Differentiated Learning
- Close Reading
- Co-Teaching and Integrated Service Delivery for the ENL Classroom
- Combating Effects of Poverty
- Computer Utilization and Literacy
- Constructivism Applied in the Classroom
- Cooperative Learning and Structures
- Crafting Evidence Based Claims & Argumentative Writing
- Cyber Bullying and Internet Safety
- Dangerous Trends
- Effective Classroom Mgmt
- Effective Feedback
- Effective Strats for Bilingual Language Learners
- Effects of Mind Body Connection
- Embracing Diversity
- Essential Questioning in Classroom Practices
- Habits of Mind Elements of Student Success
- Impact of Substance Abuse
- Infusing Rigor Into Your Classroom
- Instructional Needs of Neurodiverse Students
- Instructional Strategies for Special Education
- Integrated Co-Teaching in the Inclusion Classroom
- Interactive Notebooks
- Learner Centered Instructional Design
- Literacy in Every Classroom
- Media Literacy Education
- Mental Health in Students & Schools
- Mentoring the Educator
- Overview of Learning Disabiliies
- Principles and Practices of Special Education
- Proactive Discipline
- STEAM Education
- STEM and the New Generation
- Strategies for Struggling Students
- Students with ADHD
- Supporting ELL Students
- Supporting Students in Crisis
- Teaching Gifted
- Teaching Social Responsibility
- Teaching with Graphic Organizers
- Tech Effects on Student Behavior and Learning
- The Autism Spectrum and Todays Classroom
- The Capstone and Project Based Assessment Movement
- The Dyslexic Mind
- The Humanistic Approach to Education
- Using Google in the Classroom
- Writing as a Tool to Promote Advanced Thinking