PSEA’s Professional Learning Exchange offers a wide range of online and in-person courses, eligible for Act 48 and Chapter 14 hours, along with a searchable library of publications on issues related to professional issues, teaching and learning, and education policy that affect educators and education support professionals.
As educators, we are constantly striving to improve our practice through continuous professional learning opportunities that are immediately applicable, just-in-time, and research-based. PSEA’s Education Services Department provides a wide range of opportunities that fit the bill.
PSEA offers free, online programs that can help you in your school and classroom – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is a free benefit of PSEA membership. From any computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can access helpful programs – anytime, anywhere.
Popular courses include:
Classroom Management Research and Best Practices
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I highly recommend the portal to my peers. It gives us access to informative, engaging content that helps me as an education professional.
- Carol Warrell, Bristol Township ESP
I'd absolutely recommend the Online Learning Portal. I can take Act 48 courses when my schedule permits.
The courses are informative and the material is helpful.
- Ron Hummert, Armstrong Education Association
PSEA’s statewide and region conferences offer many opportunities for members to attend workshops for Act 48 and Chapter 14 credits.
Local associations can also browse our course catalog and request presentations for groups of 15 or more.
The PSEA Professional Learning Exchange publishes advisories and other publications on issues facing PSEA members, including evaluations, certification, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), and other topics.
Visit the Professional Publications Library to browse the publications or search by topic.
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