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Online PD

Welcome to the SCOESC Curriculum Department Online Learning Center!

The SCOESC Online Learning Center is the hub for a variety of self-paced, asynchronous professional development opportunities. At the completion of each module and the corresponding Google form, you will be emailed a contact hour certificate.  Modules can be completed at no charge for employees of SCOESC member districts.  15 PD modules are currently posted, providing between 1 and 3 contact hours for each module.

Online Professional Development Topics:

  • I Read It, But I Don't Get It

  • How the Brain Learns Math

  • Core Curriculum Development:  The Written, The Taught, and The Tested

  • Engaging All Students with Explicit Instruction (4 Part Series)

  • Best Practices for Remote Learning (3 Part Series)

  • Tools to Build an On-Line Classroom:  G Suite, Google Classroom, Google Meet, Screencastify, Jamboard

  • Maxwell Laws of Leadership

  • Focus 3 Leadership

  • Trauma Informed Care

  • Say Anything

  • Building Community in the Face to Face, Blended, and Virtual Classroom

  • OLAC Gifted Education Training for Teachers (60 Hours designed to meet the requirement for general education teachers to provide gifted services in the regular classroom)

"Teen Dating Violence Prevention Education and Safety
& Violence" Google Classroom Course

HB 19 mandates education about violence in dating for grades 7-12,
by October 2011, and every five years after.  This law went into effect
March 29, 2010.  HB 276 mandated Safety & Violence training for all
K-12 staff.  Modules 1-4 meet all legal requirements.  You can view the
full bill at

Professional Development Opportunities

The SCOESC curriculum department offers several types of professional development workshops and coaching services. We provide information to help education professionals improve their instructional and leadership skills with the ultimate goal of improving the overall quality of our schools and the academic achievement of our students. Our professional development is provided through seminars, workshops, and customized coaching services and is based upon research proven, best practice resources. 



Register for high-quality professional development workshops provided at the SCOESC. Graduate credit is available for many of these opportunities. Contact Jan at 354-0253 if you have questions.

Job-Embedded PD and Coaching


On-going professional development can be developed for the particular needs of a district or building. For more information about this approach to professional development, please contact the curriculum office at 740-354-0253.


Examples of Professional Development and Coaching Services

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