Continuing Education

Longwood offers a variety of college credit courses as well as non-credit classes for CEU’s, educational recertification points, and other career requirements you may have.

Continuing Education

Longwood offers a variety of college credit courses as well as non-credit classes for CEU’s, educational recertification points, and other career requirements you may have.

Continuing Education

Courses and Workshops for Career
and Employment Growth

Longwood offers a variety of college credit courses as well as non-credit classes for CEU’s, educational recertification points, and other career requirements you may have.

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PSPE 515: Survey of Exceptional Students  An introduction to all disabilities in special education.  Characteristics and needs of students with disabilities, legislation, litigation, inclusion, and the role of the classroom teacher as a member of[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
This class focuses on children’s literature as a vehicle for teaching mathematics concepts, increasing mathematical language and writing, and enjoying real world math situations. Instructor: Dr. Jeannine Perry, Ph.D., Dean of College of Graduate &[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
Learners in this class will explore digital resources on the Internet, learn to use some of those resources to help you to attain the ISTE Standards for Administration, explore the use of these resources to[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
Learners in this class will enhance their understanding of and develop an implementation of creative uses of additional Google Apps in the classroom.  Part 2 will go deeper into the use of Google apps learned[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
To truly understand what students have learned on any given topic, Performance Based Assessment will demonstrate such. Include the 5 “C’s” in 21st century learning in your classroom through Performance Based Assessment: Communication, Critical Thinking,[...]
Online Class
Oct 19 – Dec 14 all-day
12:00 am
PEDU 521: Human Growth and Development The principles and processes of human development covering the entire lifespan. Major aspects of development (social, physical, mental, emotional, etc.) are traced through the various stages of development and their[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
PSPE 515: Survey of Exceptional Students  An introduction to all disabilities in special education.  Characteristics and needs of students with disabilities, legislation, litigation, inclusion, and the role of the classroom teacher as a member of[...]
Online Class
Oct 19 – Dec 7 all-day
12:00 am
PTHE 595-P03: Theatre in Education  This class will lay the foundations of theatre history, philosophy, theorists, techniques, and classroom management for teaching theatre to middle and high school students. It includes the development of skills[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
PTHE 595-P13: Performance for the Middle/High School Teacher  This course places the teacher in all aspects of theatre performance.  There will be course work which will examine acting, auditions, story drama techniques, improvisations, and monologue, along[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
Have you ever said, or heard a colleague say, “My students can ‘read the words’ but they just don’t understand what they are reading”? This class offers an overview of the reading comprehension process, outlines[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
Are you blending or flipping your classroom? Are your students blending and flipping? In this interactive workshop, you will learn about different models of blended and flipped teaching and how to lead meaningful discussions within[...]
Online Class
12:00 am
To truly understand what students have learned on any given topic, Performance Based Assessment will demonstrate such. Include the 5 “C’s” in 21st century learning in your classroom through Performance Based Assessment: Communication, Critical Thinking,[...]
Online Class

Contact Us

College of Graduate and Professional Studies
Longwood University

201 High Street, Farmville, VA  23909
Office: Ruffner Hall, #138

Phone: (434) 395-2140
Fax: (434) 395-2750
Email: professionalstudies@longwood.edu