Professional Development for Teachers at Lake Erie College

Lake Erie College’s Center for Professional Development serves the ongoing needs of K-12 educators within the School of Education and Professional Studies.

Whether you are a school administrator needing to renew your license, a teacher who wants to earn grad credits to move up the pay scale, or a licensed educator not currently teaching for a district Lake Erie has almost 100 PD courses created exclusively for you.

All courses offered through the Center of Professional Development are graduate level. Courses can be taken for a letter grade or pass/fail. The Ohio Department of Education accepts both a Letter Grade as well as a Pass to renew your license. Please confirm with your specific district/LPDC if you have restrictions.

Lake Erie provides personal attention and exceptional professional development adjunct faculty who provide relevant coursework that you can USE — all available at a competitive tuition rate.

Our faculty have a minimum of a master’s degree and are either currently working in education or are retired from K-12. Our technology courses are taught by educators who want to share their knowledge of embedding technology into the classroom to benefit teachers and students.

April 15: Catalog released May 15: Registration opens June 5: Summer courses begin August 4: Summer courses end

For Questions About Professional Development...

Jenn Miller

Director of the Learning Commons and Library Services

1 440.375.7379

School of Education