As an early childhood educator, continued professional development will help support your commitment to high quality and developmentally appropriate practice.
That’s why we’re excited to introduce our brand-new online professional development courses. These robust courses provide educators like you with the opportunity to extend your learning in ways that best fit your schedule and allow you to earn CEU credit upon completion.
Our online professional development solution will meet the unique needs of individual teachers at all levels of implementation. Each course in our online professional development portfolio contains learning activities (tutorials, applications, and knowledge extension articles) separated into several different topics called interests. Designed in a flexible and modular format, you can choose to complete the interests in a course in the order that best suits you.
Tutorials in the form of slideshows, videos, and interactive experiences build your knowledge base and give practical information (e.g., directly applicable strategies) that you can use right away in your classroom. After completing the tutorials, you can practice using what you have learned by engaging in applications—case studies that provide an opportunity to reflect and apply that knowledge to your own practice. Finally, downloadable articles called knowledge extensions make it possible for you to dig deeper into topics of interest.
Benefits for Teachers:
- Earn CEUs*
- See progress in real time
- Practice applying learning to typical classroom scenarios
- Build knowledge about child development and developmentally appropriate practice
- Engage in short tutorials that offer interaction with the material in multiple ways
- Revisit any part of a course as many times as you want to refresh your skills and knowledge
Benefits for Administrators:
- Offer an ever-growing library of courses and topics that is cost-effective for your program
- Address common classroom challenges
- Track teachers’ progress toward course completion and CEU credit
- Support teachers who are new to your program
To purchase online professional development subscriptions for your program, please contact us at 855-448-4352.
Teaching Strategies is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU.
Available Online Professional Development Courses
Course Length: Courses ranges from 2 hours to 10 hours in length, but can be completed at your own pace.
Cost: $165 annual subscription per teacher
Additional Features: Closed Captioning is enabled for most courses.
Questions? Contact your local sales representative or call 800-637-3652, option 6.
See All Available Courses: Professional Development Catalogue
Develop your skills as an educator of our youngest learners. (Teaching Strategies® products not required)
Using Positive Guidance for an Inclusive, Collaborative Classroom
Explore practical strategies for intentionally building a positive classroom environment by setting limits, guiding children’s behaviors in positive ways, and effectively supporting children whose behaviors challenge you.
Learn how to use your Teaching Strategies® products to fidelity.
The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool:
Build your knowledge base about how children develop and learn and explore best practices in a developmentally appropriate preschool classroom with the foundational volumes from The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool.
The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool: Daily Resources
Discover how the Daily Resources from The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool can help you implement responsive and intentional teaching strategies to make learning engaging and meaningful for every child.
The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten: Foundation
Take an in-depth look at the foundational volumes and daily classroom resources that explain what you need to know to create a high-quality kindergarten program and help you apply that knowledge to your daily practice.
The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten: Daily Resources
Gain strategies to support development and learning, and promote positive outcomes, as well as explore ways to use the Daily Resources to support cognitive, social–emotional, language and physical development for all students.
The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos: Foundation
Discover how to create responsive environments and individualize care in ways that support the development and learning of infants, toddlers, and twos.
The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos: Daily Resources
Explore resources and strategies that help you create a warm, nurturing environment and individualize the routines and experiences you offer for infants, toddlers, and twos.
The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos: Routines
Ensure that daily classroom routines are far from merely routine, but instead are used purposefully and meaningfully to support children’s development and learning.
The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos: Experiences
Discover effective strategies for using a variety of classroom experiences to support children's development and learning in ways that are both enjoyable and safe.
The Creative Curriculum® for Family Child Care: Daily Resources
Discover how to create engaging, intentional learning activities that appeal to children’s natural curiosity, needs, and interests across a variety of age groups.
Learn how to implement the GOLD® online assessment system as you explore MyTeachingStrategies™, an online platform for the Teaching Strategies suite of digital tools, resources, and support.
Administrators are guided through the effective use of GOLD® and are introduced to the powerful tools within the MyTeachingStrategies® platform that support work related to program management and leadership.
The First Six Weeks of Preschool
Create a caring community of learners during the first six weeks of preschool who are set up to feel valued, challenged, respected, and supported all year long.
The First Six Weeks of Kindergarten
Learn how to use the first six weeks of kindergarten to create a community of learners who are set up to feel valued, challenged, respected, and supported all year long.
Getting Started With Studies
This course is intended for teachers in preschool and kindergarten programs who are interested in using the study (or project) approach to learning in their classrooms.
Transforming Family Engagement
Learn how to create a welcoming atmosphere and opportunities for meaningful involvement for the families of all the children in your class, including extending children's learning at home.
Getting Started With Studies for Twos
Discover guidance—both practical and inspirational—for using Studies for Twos Teaching Guides to implement the study approach to learning in a classroom of two-year-old children.