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Professional Development

Welcome to the Office of Professional Development. Our department offers flexibly scheduled face-to-face and online courses covering a broad range of topics for those who want to attain or maintain certificates or licensure in a particular field, learn new job skills or simply want personal enrichment.

Coursework for Educators

Click here to register for Notre Dame College Professional Development ProgramsFounded 90 years ago, Notre Dame College has a long tradition of teacher education. We continually review and update our teacher education programs with new courses to strive to offer professional development that informs teachers about emerging technologies, pedagogies and interpersonal relationships that are so important to have when working with students, families and administrators.

Fall 2019 Catalog

Winter-Spring courses for educators seeking licensure renewal and building skills are now available.Click here to view the Fall 2019 Catalog for Educators.

Classes will be available on campus and online. Courses will be available in technology, common core, classroom management and much more.

Register today with Instructional Delivery Services (IDS) for on campus classes (registration form in link below). Notre Dame will also be offering online classes. Click the blue button. At the Course Catalog page, click on the Technology catalog to register. In addition to the Notre Dame online courses there are other online opportunities through Teacher Education Institute (TEI). See their link below for a list of courses.

Please note that you do not register for IDS or TEI courses through Notre Dame College but directly with them. Click on their links below for more education. Also, do not use Internet Explorer while trying to view or register for classes as you will not be able to do view pages.

New Program: Autism Certificate

The Notre Dame Division of Professional Education is offering an online Autism Certificate beginning in Fall 2019 through the Office of Professional Development. This certificate in advanced training is for working professionals in education, social work, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech/language pathology, music therapy or any other “touchpoint” profession with students (ages 3-21) with autism spectrum disorders. Candidates must complete five courses (each course is 3 graduate credits). Once all are completed, candidates will be eligible to sit for the IBCCES examination for Certified Autism Specialist (CAS). For more details on courses click here

ED090-Navigating the Foundations of Reading (090) Test Review Course For ECE, MCE, and MMIS Candidate Info

Outstanding opportunity for teachers and preservice teachers who are seeking initial licensure in Early Childhood Education, Middle Childhood Education or Mild Moderate Intervention Specialist available this Fall 2019, Winter 2020 and Summer 2020! Course title – ED090 Navigating the Foundations of Reading (090) Test: A review for ECE, MCE and MMIS Candidates for Success on the Exam.Three hour, online course for only $99! Click here to register.

Real Estate Course Offerings

Notre Dame College  has an agreement with RealEstateCE.com to promote online renewal courses for real estate licensees. Notre Dame College is not the developer of these courses and is simply providing a referral service. Any questions regarding course content or course technology, and/or to complete the registration process, should be directed to https://realestatece.com/a/notre-dame-college .

Need a Transcript?

Click here and select BEGIN ORDER and follow the directions. You will need your social security number OR student ID to proceed. If you would like to download directions, click here.

Educational Partnerships

Notre Dame College is partnered with a number of organizations to provide quality and relevant professional development for educators.

Teacher Leader Endorsement

Notre Dame College in collaboration with Instructional Delivery Services is now offering a Teacher Leader Endorsement program

Notre Dame College’s Teacher Leader Endorsement is tailored to meet the needs of the working professional educator. It is designed for the teaching professional that desires a larger leadership role in improving the delivery of instruction. The teacher leader will be instrumental in supporting and mentoring teachers, especially the four year residency candidates, as well as leading school improvement initiatives, assisting school administration with professional development activities and other collaborative leadership efforts. Additionally this endorsement will help to qualify educators for the Lead Professional Educators License, the highest qualification of Ohio’s 4-tiered licensure structure.

Entrance Requirements for Teacher Leader Endorsement:

  • Current Ohio educator license
  • Completion of master’s degree
  • Four years of successful teaching experience

Required Courses:

ED594M Measurement Based Decision Making in the Professional Learning Community

ED594E Ethics and Principles of Teacher Leadership

ED594I Collaborative Coaching for Improving Instruction

ED594L Practicum in Teacher Leadership

*Prerequisite ED594E, ED594M, ED594I

Courses can be taken in any order but must conclude with ED594L Practicum in Teacher Leadership

TO REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM CONTACT:

Sandy Weaver, Instructional Delivery Services at 216.406.5556

4/5 Endorsement

The 4/5 Endorsement is now accepting new students. If you would like to be considered, please contact Kris Jensen at 216-373-5219 or at kjensen@ndc.eduTo view details of this program, click here.

Reading Endorsement

The Notre Dame College Reading Endorsement prepares teachers to support the reading needs of all students in grades PK-12, whether they are struggling or gifted readers. Click here for details on this program.

Principal Licensure Program

Educators interested in a career as a school principal or administrator can obtain the necessary coursework by enrolling in this 8-course (24 credit), online endorsement program. Educators must have a Master’s degree and current teaching license as well as other requirements to begin the program. For all requirements of the program and more information click here.

 

Professional Development Staff

Tina Jurcisin
Administrative Coordinator
216.373.6520
tjurcisin@ndc.edu
Kris Jensen
Coordinator
216.373.5219
kjensen@ndc.edu

Karen Poelking
VP Community Relations &
Director, Professional Development
216.373.5239
kpoelking@ndc.edu