Longwood University Online Spring Graduate and Non-credit Courses

The College of Graduate and Professional Studies at Longwood University announces its Spring 2018 Online Continuing Education and Professional Development Courses for educators. We offer a selection of courses designed to fit your schedule, with your budget in mind. These courses are designed for non-degree seeking students who would like to earn graduate credit or recertification points over the spring.

For more information about spring and summer graduate courses, non-credit classes, summer institutes, certificates and endorsements, please visit and bookmark our new website: http://lancerlearning.com/continuing-education/

Graduate Credit Courses:

Course Number CRN Course Title
100% Online Courses
Credit Course Duration
PEDU 506 P03 31970 Contemporary Social Issues in American Education* (formerly titled Foundations of Edu) 3 8 week-March 17th-May 12th
PEDU 521

P03

319723 Human Growth & Development* 3 8 week-Jan. 20th-March 17th
PEDU 530

P03

31974 Teaching Reading in the Content Area* 3 8 week-March 17th-May 12th
PEDU 550

P03

31973 Classroom & Behavior Management* 3 8 week-Jan. 20th-March 17th
PEDU 595

P01

31971 Models of Creative Problem Solving 1 4 week-March 17th-April 9th

*Indicates courses required by State of Virginia for full teacher licensure status.

 

Do you know someone with provisional status interested in moving into full teacher licensure? If so, we offer four of the classes required by the VDOE to work towards the licensure.  They are marked with * in the table above.

Our graduate classes are offered online formats with 4 and 8 week durations, so you can have a flexible schedule while continuing to work on earning credits toward teacher licensure or recertification at our affordable rate of $275/credit (in-state), $825 per class. For more information or to download a printable flyer, visit: http://lancerlearning.com/continuing-education/credit-classes/

Registration for the graduate courses is open now: http://lancerlearning.com/continuing-education/credit-classes/

Non-Credit Classes:

In addition to gaining professional skills, this is a perfect opportunity to acquire recertification points, professional development credits, orcontinuing education units (CEU’s). For a description of the classes or flyer, visit: http://lancerlearning.com/continuing-education/non-credit-classes/

  • Class Rate: $99.00
  • Class Duration: 4 weeks
  • Suggested Recertification Points: 30
Class Title
100% Online Classes
Audience Class Duration
Adapting Instruction & Collecting Evidence for the VAAP Portfolio Special Education, K-12 February 19th – March 19th
Teaching Math with Children’s Literature Literature, K-8 January 15th – February 9th
Creative Problem Solving All K-12 teachers February 5th – March 5th
Project Based Assessment All K-12 teachers March 13th – April 7th
Classroom Management All K-12 teachers March 27th – April 21st
Understanding Addiction General Audience April 10th – May 5th

 Please validate recertification points with your Human Resource Department before registering for non-credit classes.

Registration for non-credit classes is now open at: http://go.longwood.edu/pstudies

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