Earn Continuing Education Unit Credits
University of North Dakota
Digital Learning Tree has partnered with University of North Dakota’s Professional Development for Educators online learning program. Professional development credits, or non-degree graduate credits Continuing Education Unit credits, can be earned by K-12 educators for re-licensing and salary-lane changes, including teachers in States that have restrictions and strict requirements for professional development programs.
University of the Pacific
Courses4Teachers has teamed up with University of the Pacific. Most teachers know that professional development means higher salaries. Now you can earn 3 graduate-level professional development Continuing Education Unit credits for select online courses by our expert course writers Shannon Holden, Karina Barley, Bonnie Terry and Smadar Goldstein. Find out more information and enroll using the link below.
Online Professional Development
Digital Learning Tree partnered with the Courses4Teachers/University of the Pacific to offer teachers the opportunity to earn graduate-level professional development semester credits. These semester credits are intended for graduate professional growth, not for pursuing an advanced degree. They are designed for salary advancement and have been accepted in school districts across the U.S.
All courses are in accordance with guidelines set forth by California WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges). Participants are advised to verify acceptance of such credit with their school district or state licensing bureau prior to registration for unit credit.