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Continuing Professional Development

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 Continuing Professional Development Courses


The Office of Digital Learning sponsors Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses offered by Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) three times a year: fall, spring and summer.  Interested participants can view complete course descriptions and register using the BCPS online registration information.  Employees of BCPS are eligible to take any of the courses, as appropriate, free of charge. 


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Spring 2018 Offerings




CPD Course Title Description Dates Time Location Instructor

 Register for the CPD courses in the "PDC Inservice Catalog-CPD Courses" in the online registration system.  



Digital Learning University: Digital Tools to Support the Teaching and Learning Framework 


1-3 MSDE Credits




The Office of Digital Learning has planned professional learning opportunities for teachers and staff in order to improve teaching and learning and earn 1 CPD credit. In order to meet individual needs, Digital Learning University will be comprised of 15 different modules on topics from Basic PowerPoint to Leveraging Technology in a Learner Centered Classroom. Each module is 3 hours in length. Participants will attend five 2 hour face to face workshops and complete a one hour project for each (15 hours = 1 CPD credit). Registration for Digital Learning University is ongoing and is a two-step process: 
1- Teachers must register for Digital Learning University, located in the “PDC Inservice Catalog- CPD Courses” catalog of the Online Registration System. This will indicate interest in completing the 15 hours required to earn one CPD credit for Digital Learning University. 
2- Teachers then register for their individual Digital Learning University module choices in the “PDC Inservice Catalog- Professional Learning Modules” catalog of the Online Registration System. Registration will be open all year. Participants do not need to register for all five modules at once. Additional offerings will be available in the spring.


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Participants will learn to use various digital tools to improve instructional practices and increase professional productivity.

Various Dates 

Various Times







Various Locations





ONLINE Self-Paced

Jennifer Weaver

Technology Innovation

3 MSDE Credits



Participants will reflect on tech integration with SAMR, access digital content, create interactive assignments in BCPS One, use web based tools to create authentic tasks, implement flipped learning, use digital tools for assessment, and create PLCs.

1/29/18- 5/14/18






Jennifer Weaver




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