Every summer, the Center for Professional Education at SPU offers a full lineup of courses created specifically for educators. Held on the Seattle Pacific campus, these intensive sessions provide you with valuable opportunities to grow both professionally and personally, and to gain practical teaching strategies and/or add an endorsement area. The Summer Institutes are particularly relevant as the state continues to raise the bar of academic standards and hold both educators and students accountable.
SPU's Summer Institutes include 12 to 15 one-week intensive courses through which you can earn credits or CEUs (clock hours). You'll take away knowledge and skills that can be immediately applied to transform your classroom into a more effective learning environment and your students into more successful learners.
Courses cover a range of topics and subject areas, from connecting art to your curriculum to classroom management. You can also choose from a variety of endorsement areas, including Special Education, ELL-Bilingual, Health Fitness, and Reading.
Bring a team from your school or district and collaboratively maximize the learning opportunities.
Courses for Summer 2013 will be announced in Spring 2013. Once they've been announced, consult the Course Finder to determine which session(s) are right for you. Then register online. The registration deadline is a week prior to the beginning of each course. However, space is limited, so don't delay.
Your course fees include course materials and a daily continental breakfast and lunch. If you would like to stay on campus for the duration of your course, contact SPU's Conference Services at 206-281-2187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Withdrawal requests for Summer Institutes must be made in writing five business days prior to the first class.
For more information about SPU's Summer Institutes, contact the Center for Professional Education at 206-281-2274, 800-589-4038, or CPEinfo@spu.edu.
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