Happy Teacher offers a wide variety of professional development courses for teacher license renewal or salary advancement with optional college graduate-level credit through Adams State University. We have classes to meet your needs with over 35 practical, relevant courses in various topics. In addition, our self-paced online professional development courses make fitting continuing education into your busy schedule easy, allowing you to move up on the salary schedule and fulfill your goals in a career in education.
At Happy Teacher, we believe in providing quality professional development classes for teachers. We offer courses that meet your needs for both teacher licensure renewal requirements and salary advancement. Our courses are self-paced and online. We understand the busy lives of teachers and know your time is valuable. Happy Teacher designs professional development courses to be relevant. You will walk away with ideas you can put into practice in your life or classroom immediately. Our adjunct professors have a background in education and understand the domains of teaching. We believe a well-balanced teacher is a happy teacher and offer classes to meet your needs in wellness, time management, technology, connecting with students, leadership, and more.
Select and order your course. Choose the Month you would like to take the course.
All Materials you need to complete your course are online.
You will receive a certificate of completion within 2 weeks of completing your course. You have the option of purchasing a graduate-level transcript. Grades are sent to ASU on the 1st and 15th of every month.
Choose 20 semester credits and SAVE up to $250!!!! Lane advancement is an investment in yourself. If you look at your district pay scale, how much more would you make if you moved over a column? Every month you wait, you are throwing away hundreds of dollars. Invest in yourself today!
Check out our Happy Teacher Workshop! You will preview 4 Happy Teacher classes while earning 15 hours of professional development credit, and the option to purchase 1 graduate-level semester credit.