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Professional Development for K-12 Educators
Professional Development for Educators (PDE) provides innovative teaching and learning opportunities for PreK-12 educators. Through face-to-face or online courses, seminars and conferences, educators receive the professional development they need to continue their education and excel in the classroom. PDE annually serves more than 4,500 school administrators, teachers and other school professionals.
North Dakota educators are required to take 8 hours of youth mental health training. Have you received training yet? Learn more.
As of 5/15/17: UND's graduate professional development class number will change from 900 to 2900 (ex. T&L 2900). Please note all North Dakota University System (NDUS) institutions will be switching to a 2000+ class number system as well.
Notice: We are currently in the process of switching our registration system. If you experience any technical difficulties today, please try to register again later or contact us at 701.777.0488 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your patience in this matter.
Receive professional development credit for re-licensing requirements or district salary lane changes.
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Hosting a learning event (conference, course or study group) or putting together a series of professional learning events for teachers, principals or counselors? Submit your plan to apply for professional development credits.
Questions? Contact us for help.