Registration Begins: April 1, 2014
   Registration Ends: July 25, 2014
   Complete Coursework By: October 31, 2014

Self-Paced Graduate Courses for K–12 Educators

Canter courses have helped over 300,000 educators refresh their teaching strategies and transform their classrooms. For more than 35 years, Canter—a leader in professional development for teachers—has been inspiring educators with self-paced courses that blend research-based theory with real-world teaching strategies.

Every Canter course features nationally recognized educational experts, with examples of how master teachers model best practices in real classroom situations. Canter's self-paced, distance-learning format gives you the flexibility to study whenever and wherever you want and apply what you learn in schools and classrooms. Discover the quality and convenience of Canter graduate courses for teachers. View courses.

Canter’s exclusive educational partner, the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University, is a National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education  (NCATE) accredited college. With a shared vision of helping teachers enhance their effectiveness in the classroom, Walden and Canter offer
courses rooted in the same content, featuring many of the same educational experts, and are focused on a theory-to-practice approach. While Canter courses are self-paced to maximize flexibility for the working educator primarily interested in earning graduate credits, Walden’s courses follow an instructor-led model that encourages online collaboration, while and its degrees emphasize long-term career growth.

   

Canter Curriculum

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Most Popular Canter Courses
Succeeding With Difficult Students® (K–12)
Motivating Today's Learner™ (K–12)
The Adolescent Brain™ (6–12)
Teaching Beginning Readers (Pre-K–3)
How to Get Parents on Your Side® (K–12)

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