Annenberg Learner Courses for Educators
The School of Education offers graduate-level credit for teachers enrolled in these professional development courses delivered through Annenberg Learner. These courses are appropriate for preservice and inservice teachers and provide unparalleled, authoritative professional development for K-12 teachers designed to strengthen the credentials of educators at all levels. Educational video programs with coordinated web and print materials provide the basis for these courses.
A noncredit version of some Annenberg Learner courses is now available. Learn more »
Important: Begin viewing instructional materials and completing assignments immediately after you register.
Educational Theory and Issues
Professional development courses for teachers that address general pedagogical practices, methodologies that cut across content areas, and/or provide the fundamental basis for teacher practice and student learning.
Professional development courses for teachers that address pedagogical practices combined with rigorous mathematics content.
Professional development courses for teachers that address pedagogical practices combined with rigorous scientific content.
Professional development courses for teachers that address pedagogical practices combined with rigorous humanities content.
About Annenberg Learner
Annenberg Learner uses media and telecommunications to advance excellent teaching in American schools through the funding and broad distribution of educational programs and materials. Annenberg Learner's multimedia resources help teachers increase their expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Educational video programs with coordinated interactive web and text resources form the basis for these courses and can be accessed at the Annenberg Learner website.
A new opportunity - Annenberg Learner noncredit courses
Annenberg Learner and OnlinePlus are excited to offer a new way for you to access high-quality professional development learning modules without the constraint of completing assignments and earning a grade. A select set of courses are now offered as one to three CEU noncredit courses.