Elementary aged students working with an instructor.
- Professional Development
5 Summer Professional Development courses - Learn More
Sponsored by Edgewood College:
- Making Sense of Science: Dynamic Earth: a course for K-8 teachers – all about earth science and its scientific inquiry – June 11 – 15, 2018, 9:00am - 4:00pm – Edgewood College Monroe St campus.
- Performance Training for Coaches: Developing Healthy Athletes – for youth sport and middle and HS athletic coaches who want to create safe, functional, athlete–appropriate training programs – July 12, 13, 19 & 20, 11:00am – 5:00pm – Middleton HS, Middleton WI
- Improving Reflective Practice through Coaching – for instructional, content, curriculum and leadership coaches, and educators who use coaching strategies – Wed. July 18, 9:00am – 5:00pm plus independent field work – Edgewood College Deming Way Campus
- Best Practices for Teaching ELL Students in the Classroom for elementary and MS teachers looking to expand their understanding of English Learners, and ways to reach them – Wed. August 1 & Thurs. August 2, 8:00am – 4:00pm – Edgewood College Deming Way Campus
- Student Well–Being in the Digital Age: How Educators Can Promote Healthy Tech Habits – Help students, parents and you moderate technology use – Mon. Aug. 6 & Wed. Aug. 8, 2018, 8:30am – 5:00pm – Edgewood College Deming Way Campus
Offered by Others:
- Advanced Adaptive Schools Seminar: Developing and Facilitating Collaborative Groups – July 23–26, 2018 – 8:00am–4:00pm, Edgewood College Monroe St Campus Learn more
- Adaptive Schools Foundation Seminar – August 6–9, 2018 – 8:00am–3:30pm, Edgewood College Monroe St Campus Learn more
- Courage to Teach – quarterly retreat series that nurtures and renews educators, focusing on their inner lives – weekends in November, January, April and June – Dodgeville, WI retreat center - Learn More
The ongoing professional development needs of educators, business persons, and other professionals are long recognized by Edgewood College. We are devoted to supporting collaborative efforts that aim to meet lifelong learning requirements and the desires of individuals and organizations.
Building upon a strong reputation for providing high quality continuing education, the Professional Development Program is committed to:
• partnering with organizations, associations, schools and school districts, and the community to provide high quality professional development opportunities;
• enabling educators, business persons and other professionals to fulfill ongoing personal enhancement and career goals through continued learning;
• supporting educators in meeting the Wis. Department of Public Instruction PI-34 licensing renewal and advancement requirements.
Over the years, local school districts and other educational entities, organizations and community associations have established long-term partnerships with Edgewood College to provide graduate-level credit opportunities for professional development courses.