NNU - K-12 Professional Development
K - 12 Education
The Center for Professional Development partners with K-12 educators to deliver professional development training and credits through a variety of learning platforms and delivery methods. Partnering with districts, principals, and school leaders, CPD helps to develop district embedded courses that meet the needs of teachers and work to fulfill professional development strategic plans for districts and buildings alike.
Professional Development Credits provided through CPD at NNU will be verifiable on an official NNU transcript and are valid for recertification and lane-change requirements for teachers. PD credit requirements include a minimum of 15 student learning hours per PD credit, led by a qualified content instructor.
See what educators are saying about us
Don't just take it from us, let your fellow educators do the talking!
"I was nervous to try and offer a professional development class to my fellow educators. NNU was there every step of the way and made the process fairly simple and easy. Whenever I had a question the staff was there to help. Offering the PD credit was a win all the way around and I am grateful for the ease of NNU's process." - Jeralyn Mire, Sandpoint High School
"I have found working through NNU to be extremely efficient! Courses are approved in a timely manner, the PD contact is extremely responsive, the process for teachers to register is easy and the process/application for instructors to submit grades is simple." - Kathy Lucras, Pocatello/Chubbock School District
"The form and process for getting PD courses approved is not complicated. The grading process is extremely user-friendly and very simple to do. It does not take me much time at all to set up a class and then to submit grades afterward. The NNU CPD staff is always very responsive to my questions when I have them." - Jennifer Tachell, Boise School District, Idaho School Counselor Association
"I love getting a knowledgable person when I call. Getting transcripts is quick and easy." - Susie K., Boise School District
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