Drake University graduate credit via distance learning is acceptable to meet the requirements of Act 48. To use credits toward Act 48, have an official transcript sent to the Pennsylvania Dept. of Education. For information on ordering a transcript online go HERE
 
 
The Tennessee Department of Education will accept courses taken for Drake University Graduate Credit towards the Plus 30 designation and/or full renewal point value.
 
 
Drake University offers expedited grading and will grade your materials within 5 business days of receipt. The expedited grading fee is $85.00 per course. (See the Online Registration Form for details.)
 
 
Master's Degree
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Our seventeen courses are listed below by subject.
All courses carry three graduate credits. The regular individual course price is $350.
Select a course title to view a full description and sample lesson:
Learn how to teach your students social-emotional skills and improve behavior
Classroom Management and Discipline
Teaching Students Responsible Behavior I
  Learn to implement a proven approach to improving student behavior.
The Classroom of Choice
  Learn how to manage an orderly, positive, and productive classroom.
Teaching Students Responsible Behavior II
 
Dealing with Discipline Problems
  Learn to help troubled students plan for improved behavior.
 
Differentiated Instruction
Differentiation and Literacy
  Learn how differentiation can best be used to teach reading and writing.
An Introduction to Differentiation
  Learn the basics of differentiation from author and expert Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson.
Differentiated Assessment Strategies
  Learn how to accurately assess your students' progress and plan for success.
Differentiated Instructional Strategies
  Learn how to recognize and accommodate various learning styles.
 
Inclusion
Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom
 
Teaching Strategies
Every Student Can Succeed
  Learn how to create and implement engaging lessons and activities.
Improving Student Achievement
  Learn how to increase your studentsí comprehension and retention levels.
Teaching in the Quality Classroom
  Learn how to teach your students to do their best work.
Cooperation and the Quality Classroom
  Learn to use cooperative learning strategies to encourage quality work.
 
Responsibility and Relationships
Responsibility, Respect and Relationships
  Learn how to create an emotional safety net to support troubled students.
Teaching in the 21st Century
  Learn how to teach to varying learning styles and strengths.
 
Parental Support
Strategies for Building Home-School Partnerships
  Learn how to better prepare for and conduct parent conferences.
 
Professional Portfolios
Creating a Professional Portfolio
  Learn how to create a portfolio that showcases your knowledge and skills.









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Semesters
Course work is due one year from the end of the semester in which you enroll.
Fall July 1 to Nov. 30
Winter/Spring Dec. 1 to Mar. 30
Summer Apr. 1 to June 30
 
Fall Registration is Open
Prices are per course
1st & 2nd Course
3rd-6th Courses
Discounts cannot be combined.
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Individual
2-6 enrolled
7 or more Call  
Group members do not have
to ernoll in the same course.
NOTE: To receive the Group
Discount you must put GRPRATE
in the Discount Code box
on the online registration form.

Discount cannot be combined.
Offer for a limited time only.
(See instructions on the online registration form.)