Commonwealth Learning Online Institute, an educational organization dedicated to providing high-quality online courses for teachers, announced the launch of a series of new courses beginning June 12th. The online programs are available as both facilitated and self-paced courses, offering participants complete access to professionally developed resources and assessment materials on a wide range of topics.
More information can be found at http://www.commlearnonline.com.
Continuing professional education has become essential for modern educators, as the increased rate of innovation makes it important to stay up-to-date with the latest best practices. Commonwealth Learning Online Institute aims to provide a complete range of courses for modern educators, in an effort to help them implement the most efficient pedagogical practices according to their specific state standards, gain access to a variety of resources, and optimize their general teaching practices.
The organization has announced that its newest series of courses will begin on June 12th, offering participants the chance to register for both facilitated and self-paced courses.
Available programs include a variety of courses on developing reading skills. From developing phonemic awareness to increasing fluency and developing comprehension, the courses cover essential topics adapted to the needs of modern learners and educators.
All courses are seven weeks long, lead by a trained facilitator, and include all the necessary reading selections, activities and forum platforms. Participants who successfully complete a course receive either graduate credits or PDPs, depending on their choice.
Commonwealth Learning Online Institute also provides semi-facilitated online courses designed to provide helpful strategies and resources for teachers looking to implement efficient standard-based instruction. The courses are available at any time and are completely self-paced.
The recent announcement is part of the institutes commitment to providing professional continuing education resources for educators.
A satisfied course participant said: I just finished my first class with Commonwealth Learning and was very pleased with everything. The course, entitled Integrating the Five Essential Components with the Common Core Standards, was everything that I hoped for and more. Working online and at my own pace was a plus, and meeting people through the discussions was wonderful.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.
For more information, visit: http://www.commlearnonline.com