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Graduate Credit Courses

Welcome to Thinkport’s Graduate Credit Online Course page.

Are you looking for MSDE CPD Credit? Visit our MSDE CPD Credit page.

About Graduate Credit Courses
Graduate credit is available for courses offered through PBS TeacherLine except for any courses offering fewer than 15 contact hours. Check the course detail page to verify the availability of graduate credit for any particular course.

Maryland State Department of Education Continuing Professional Development Credit (MSDE CPD credit) is not available for courses on this page unless specifically noted. Visit our MSDE CPD Credit page to review the courses we offer for CPD credit.

Please note: It is recommended that you check with your district’s certification office before you register to ensure that the course fulfills your professional development requirements.

Fees
Graduate credit fees are separate from course enrollment fees and are NOT paid at the same time. Courses for graduate credit require two payments:

  • The first payment is made during registration.
  • The second payment is made to a participating university during the course session.

Questions
Please visit PBS Teacherline’s  Graduate Credit FAQ page for more information.

Contact Patricia Proutt at pproutt@mpt.org if you have additional questions.

Registration for graduate credit is available AFTER the course begins through the last day of the course.Information on how to register for graduate credit is provided by your course facilitator, usually around the second week of the course.


The following courses are being offered as National PBS courses for graduate credit:
MATH270 Developing Algebraic Thinking in Grades 3-5
Subject(s): Mathematics, Instructional Technology, Instructional Strategies
2 graduate credits Syllabus
MATH330 Differentiating Math Lessons for a Range of Learners
Subject(s): Mathematics
2 graduate credits Syllabus
MATH522 Teaching Math (Grades K-2)
Subject(s): Mathematics
3 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA152 An Introduction to Underlying Principles and Research for Effective Literacy Instruction
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
3 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA192 Improving Reading Comprehension
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
3 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA195 Teaching Reading Fluency
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
2 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA235 Teaching Lifelong Reading Habits
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
2 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA257 Phonemic Awareness & Phonics: A Window Into Exemplary Instruction
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
3 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA267 Teaching Phonics & Spelling for Beginning and Transitional Readers, 2nd Edition
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
3 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA272 Vocabulary as a Foundation for Learning
Subject(s): Reading/Language Arts
3 graduate credits Syllabus
RDLA340 Teaching Reading in the Content Areas
Subject(s): Mathematics, Science, Reading/Language Arts
2 graduate credits Syllabus
SCIE602 Accomplished Science Teaching: Building Student Understanding
Subject(s): Science
3 graduate credits Syllabus
SCIE607 Accomplished Science Teaching: Letting Science Lead
Subject(s): Science
3 raduate credits Syllabus
TECH195 Graphic Organizers for 21st Century Learning
Subject(s): Instructional Technology, Instructional Strategies
2 graduate credits Syllabus
TECH570 Fundamentals of Virtual K-12 Teaching
Subject(s): Instructional Technology
3 graduate credits Syllabus