Professional Development in the Weld Re-4 School District strives to support staff to engage in professional learning that enhances student achievement. Professional learning can take place in various ways, through classes, readings, or conversations. Some opportunities are available for credit. We provide some in-district classes as well as advertising opportunities offered by others. If you are interested in professional development, please check out the resources below:
District classes are offered occasionally throughout the year. These classes have been free to district employees through grant funding or because district staff is offering them without additional pay. District credit must be earned outside of contract hours and be part of district wide initiatives and focus. If you are not part of our district staff, you may take classes as space as available. One-half credit is $20 for non-district staff.
Outside of the District Opportunities
Interested in review of state assessments? Sign up for the CDE educator database at:
Colorado Extended Campus
Searching for classes to take for potential relicensure? This site enables you to search for offerings.
Teaching Channel-Videos demonstrating inspired teaching and learning
PBS TeacherLine - Online, flexible professional development.
Graduate School Opportunities-Looking to advance your learning career as an educator? See the resources below:
Regis University-College for Professional Studies
Colorado State University
University of Northern Colorado