PBS TeacherLine is an accredited professional development program designed to help teachers acquire the skills they need to prepare students for a successful future. We are pleased to offer this service to teachers in the Southern Illinois area.
Each PBS TeacherLine course is run over a six-week period and takes between 15-30 hours to complete. The courses take place online with a facilitator in charge of the material and discussions. The class consists of 10 to 25 fellow educators from around the region, the state or even the nation. Scheduled courses are either offered nationally or associated with a local affiliate. National courses may include learners from anywhere in the United States. Courses offered by local affiliates will be comprised of learners from your state or region. The PBS TeacherLine course catalog has over 145 courses to choose from and any course may be requested by a district. Teachers may also gain recognition for classroom technology integration through the PBS TeacherLine/ISTE Certificate of Proficiency Capstone Program.
How Do I Enroll In A Course?
To enroll in a course, you must be a PBS TeacherLine member and agree to PBS TeacherLine's "Terms of Service." To enroll, access the course catalog on the PBS TeacherLine website and select a subject or grade level to find course listings.
Teachers enrolled in PBS TeacherLine courses should have access to high-speed Internet and access to a web browser. Your computer should also have the capability to stream video. A printer will be needed to print the certificate of completion at the end of the course.
TeacherLine Mission Statement
To increase and facilitate knowledge using technology for teachers and positively effect student learning in the classroom. Our objective is to make available to educators, user-friendly professional development online courses that integrate technology in a collegial atmosphere using PBS TeacherLine's asynchronous learning.