Have you ever wondered how far you can go in your education career? At the University of Iowa College of Education, there are nearly endless paths for you to choose from when it comes to continuing education in your professional life. You can stay up to date with relevant, research- and evidence-based continuing education on topics that are important to Iowa’s schools and students. As an Iowa teacher, you can earn Iowa Licensure Renewal Units through our workshops. Visit our Course Catalog to explore our continuing education offerings and to get registered.
Also, take a look at these additional avenues ready to aid you on your continuing education journey:
- Baker Teacher Leader Center's Professional Development for Educators
Providing methods to stay up to date with relevant research- and evidence-based professional development on topics that are most important to schools and students.
- Belin-Blank Center's Professional Development for Educators
A multitude of avenues and resources are available through the Belin-Blank Center at the University of Iowa College of Education to help you teach gifted students.
- Center for Disability Research and Education (CDRE)
Professional development and workshop activities are available through CDRE covering the areas of assessment, disability awareness, high ability, and instruction/intervention.
- ICATER Assistive Technology Summer Institute (ATSI)
The Assistive Technology Summer Institute is a unique summer learning opportunity that combines discussion of current relevant topics in assistive technology with hands-on learning opportunities of some of the most recent and most commonly used assistive technology software programs.