Office of Digital Learning
Online Professional Development Courses through the Invention New England Partnership
The Invention New England Partnership is a collaboration among states in the northeast region to promote and share professional development opportunities for educators. Through this partnership the Office of Digital Learning is pleased to offer online professional development courses run by the New Hampshire Department of Education.1 Courses are offered in 16 categories, including all core subjects, the arts, health education, early education, special education, videography, World Languages, and Intel® Teach Elements (courses that help K–12 teachers of all subjects learn to engage students with digital learning, including digital content, Web 2.0, social networking, and online tools and resources). Courses were developed by New Hampshire educators trained in online course development, EdTech Leaders Online at the Education Development Center (EDC), The Academy of Applied Science, and Intel Corporation, among others.
1 Massachusetts educators may only receive credit for successfully completing courses if approved by their local school district. ESE has not reviewed these courses and districts should evaluate them against the Department's standards for high quality professional development and their local instructional priorities before offering them to educators or determining the number of professional development points awarded, if any, for successful completion. The cost is $130 per course (early bird rates of $120 apply until two weeks prior to the start of a course). Registration details are on the New Hampshire Department of Education's OpenNH website.