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Model Teaching Announces Partnership with SNHU, Offering Teachers Across the US Access to Their Menu of Innovative Online Professional Development Courses.

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and Model Teaching are pleased to announce a collaborative partnership to deliver cost-effective, impactful continuing education opportunities to teachers and educators. This partnership will expand SNHU’s catalog of online courses available to K-12 educators and will provide direct access to Model Teaching’s extensive menu of graduate-level online continuing education credit courses.

SUGAR LAND, Texas (PRWEB) September 07, 2021


Online continuing education is quickly becoming an attractive solution for educators to fulfill their continuing education, certification, and salary advancement requirements. Education professionals often face significant time and budget constraints yet require an increasing level of development and training to serve their students and address the diverse needs of 21st-century education. Embracing this challenge, SNHU has led the way in providing online continuing education opportunities to teachers, administrators, and paraprofessionals. Now, through a partnership with Model Teaching, a K-12 online professional development leader, SNHU will offer an expanded selection of high-quality courses that meet most educators’ content area and accreditation needs.

“Our cost-effective courses and unique course bundles combined with this SNHU partnership will provide teachers with a stress-free avenue in which to earn continuing education credits for recertification, salary advancement, or simply to improve instructional effectiveness” -Shayna Pond, President.

Model Teaching offers an extensive course menu covering essential topics and subject areas in education today. Model Teaching courses are designed by certified educators and provide clear guidance in a highly structured format focused on classroom implementation. In addition, all Model Teaching courses come with an assortment of templates, tools, rubrics, and student-facing materials ready for use in the classroom. With this new partnership, SNHU students will now utilize the Model Teaching course menu to earn graduate-level credit for their school, district, or state continuing education requirements.

Teachers and educators interested in registering for graduate-level Model Teaching-SNHU partnered courses should visit the Model Teaching course menu at modelteaching.com and select SNHU as their preferred university partner.

About Model Teaching:

Model Teaching Professional Development courses focus on what’s important to teachers: relevant content focused on specific teaching strategies and evidence-based best practices, delivered in a format ready to be used in the classroom. Model Teaching’s extensive menu of professional development courses and cost-effective course bundles provide teachers with a step-by-step approach to implementation and the coaching, planning tools, and resources to put their new training into action.

Model Teaching is owned and operated by Action Potential Learning, LLC and based in Sugar Land, Texas.

For more information, please visit the company’s website at: www.ModelTeaching.com.

Adam Pond, Ph.D.
Co-Founder, VP Marketing & Operations
Model Teaching
Ph. 888.828.7950