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#T.E.A.C.H. offers the equivalent of 15.32 college credit hours (Elementary Certifications , 15.72 college credit hours (Secondary Certifications) and 17.32 college credit hours (K-12 Certifications) in the following areas:

  • Planning and Building

  • Child Development

  • Family and Community

  • Instruction

  • Differentiated Instruction

  • Assessment and Evaluation

  • Classroom Management

  • Diverse Learners

  • Teaching Methods

Additionally, we also offer courses in Restorative Practices. More and more districts are utilizing restorative practices, especially when there are verbal and physical conflicts, bullying, theft, damage to property, class disruption, harassment and cyberbullying.


By engaging teachers new to the profession in this training, they will be able to effectively reduce suspensions and focus on teaching the student who misbehaved how to "repair the harm" that he or she caused.

All courses are self-paced and must be completed within 13 months. However, depending on your commitment, dedication and time availability, they can be completed sooner. 

When you download the course lists below, please note that the number listed in the "hours" column represents "actual" hours.  So if a course says 10 hours, then it should take about 10 hours to complete the course. Some may finish sooner and some later, but the completion time should be somewhere in that range.

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