Subject-Specific Professional Development for K-12 Teachers

UNF offers of a unique series of 100 professional development courses designed to provide a significant amount of support to a teacher with a new assignment outside of their certification area.

 Subject Specific Teacher Prep

Why take these courses?

100% of teachers have a new assignment at some point, whether you are new to teaching or an experienced teacher. Why not take a course that matches your daily teaching responsibilities? This is a practical, economic and convenient, "just-in-time" solution to prepare for a new assignment.

 

What is included?

Included is everything a teacher with a new assignment would typically need to prepare themselves for the whole school year: Teacher manual with instructional support material that includes syllabus, pacing guide, detailed daily lesson plans, class notes (editable PowerPoint presentations for lecture support), complete student activity book or lab manual, editable assessments and keys, subject-specific mentoring teacher access.

 

What subjects are available?

Click here to view 100 course description and enrollment pages online.

  

There are 100 courses offered within the following subject areas. Click the titles below to view courses:

 

  Advanced Placement (AP)     Languages  
  Art (music listed separately)     Mathematics 
  Business and Computer Science     Music  
  Cambridge International Curriculum     Physical Education  
  Communications     Science  
  Exceptional Student Education    Social Studies  
  Family and Consumer Science     Technology  
  International Baccalaureate (IB)     Vocational  
  Language Arts (English)      

Endorsement Series Courses

The following courses of study are offered during specific dates, unlike the asynchronous open enrollment courses in subject-areas listed above. All courses in subject areas above are covered by the Highly-Qualified Teacher Grant. However, those listed below, including the ESOL, Gifted and Reading Endorsements (each of which is offered by many districts themselves) are not covered through the grant. If these courses are not offered by your school district, you may want to enroll through UF. The tuition may be covered by your district’s Title 1, 2a or 5 funding for enrollment. Note: There is an ESOL single course within the Language Arts subject-area where the tuition includes payment for the ESOL FTCE fee.

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