Track the sessions you attend in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after. A certificate is a requirement for many state continuing education units (CEU) programs.
Located in gorgeous San Diego and accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the University of San Diego (USD) offers a full professional development program for credentialed educators. At ISTELive 23, USD will offer both a 1.0 unit and 2.0 unit option for attending the conference. No additional assignment is required! Your attendance at two days of the conference will yield the hours for the 1.0 unit offering; full conference attendance will yield the hours for the 2.0 unit offering. 1.0 unit offering requires 12.5 content hours and the 2.0 unit offering requires 25 content hours.
Questions? Contact Kimberly Smith at 619-260-5902.
ISTELive 23 is an approved content provider for CEUs in select states.
PAECT will provide 48 credits to attendees at the ISTELive 23. Visit this PAECT site for more information and to complete an online form to request that PAECT report your attendance at ISTELive 23 for Act 48 hours. Please contact or visit the PAECT Regional Playground Space located in the Grand Hall for more information.
New York educators must maintain personal records of completed continuing teacher and education leader (CTLE), including:
A sample CTLE record-keeping form is available online.
ISTE is an approved continuing professional education (CPE) provider for Texas educators. Track the sessions you attend in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after the event, then work directly with your district to receive credit. Be sure to record the CPE provider #500850.
If you are a certified educator in Arizona, Georgia, California, Louisiana, Ohio, Virginia, Missouri or Indiana, please work directly with your district to receive credit using your certificate of attendance.
If you don’t live in one of the states listed above, you may still be eligible to get credit. Prior to the conference, contact your local school district or state Department of Education to find out how to secure CEUs.