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Your one-stop resource for teacher recertification at Ohio University

Noncredit CEU courses for Educators

eLearning OHIO offers a convenient and flexible way to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs)* towards recertification from home or school.

Written by top instructors and based on the latest methods and research, these courses are practical, relevant and up-to-date. Everything you need is included with the interactive courseware. You complete the courses where you want, when you want, at a pace that suits your schedule and your learning style.

The interactive, multimedia format is easy-to-follow and exciting to use. And while you complete these courses on you own -- you're never alone. You can contact the course instructor for assistance or access technical help by following the user-friendly instructions provided in the courseware. Your instructor is only a phone call or e-mail message away.

We provide the courseware.You set the pace to complete your courses. Your students benefit as you learn valuable new skills to apply in your classroom.

Note: In Ohio, theses courses can only be used for recertification by teachers who are currently employed full-time in an Ohio school district and who are under the purview of an LPDC. All other teachers wishing to renew will need to take college credit. It is the responsibility of every teacher to get any course pre-approved before registration. CEUs will only be awarded to students receiving a C+ (78%) or better on each exam in their course work.

*A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is comprised of 10 professional development (PD) contact hours approved by a Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC).
 
Ohio Revised Code (Section 3319.22) assigns LPDCs the responsibility of reviewing educators’ PD activities as part of their Individual Professional Development Plans (IPDP) and determining if they meet licensure renewal requirements. Professional developers interested in providing CEUs to participants may supply them with a statement of contact hour verification, which educators in turn provide to their LPDCs.

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