Digital Learning Tree

Earn Graduate-Level Professional Development Semester Units/Credits for your completion of a training with Digital Learning Tree

Before you register you must have received your Certificate of Completion from
Digital Learning Tree

Step 1

Get to Know the Policies of your School District

It is your responsibility to know your district’s policies regarding transcript requirements and deadline dates.

Information to provide your district should you need prior approval:

  1. The University of the Pacific is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
  2. The credits we provide are graduate-level professional development semester units/credits.
  3. The course title and course number you have selected.

Step 2

Register

This training requires 45 hours of work. You may register for 3 units. 

To register:

  1. Complete registration form and payment.
  2. Attach your Certificate of Completion from Digital Learning Tree. Your certificate is valid for 12 months.
 
Course NumberCourse TitleTuition Fee per UnitEnrollment Date
PEDU 9047 Effective Teaching Strategies and Motivational Lesson Plans $99 Year Round
EDUP 9190 iPAD Apps to Teach PreK-12 Core Standards $99 Year Round
EDUP 9191 Digital Learning Tools to Develop 21st Century PreK-12 Curriculum $99 Year Round
EDUP 9192 Flip Teaching Technology/Strategies $99 Year Round
PEDU 9235 Using Open Educational Resources to Create PreK-12 Curriculum I $99 Year Round
PEDU 9236 Using Open Educational Resources to Create PreK-12 Curriculum II $99 Year Round
PEDU 9238 Using the Android Tablet in the Classroom $99 Year Round
PEDU 9231 Understanding and Supporting Children with Autism  $99 Year Round
PEDU 9264 ADHD Classroom, Teaching Strategies $99 Year Round
PEDU 9265 Using Technology to Foster Collaborative Learning $99 Year Round

Helpful Information

To view information on credits, grading process, log guide, and transcripts, please see our FAQ page.

Earn additional units/credits with
our Self-Designed Courses 

For every 15 hours of reading, research, and curriculum development work you are already doing, you may earn 1 graduate-level professional development semester unit/credit