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Humboldt State University
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Humboldt State University was established in 1913.

Continuing Education
and other Resources For Teachers

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Extension courses

Certificate in Faculty Preparation Program:
Teaching in Higher Education

Want to teach in community colleges and universities, or enhance your teaching career? This series of online courses introduces prospective and current faculty to the roles and responsibilities of teaching in higher education and specifically addresses teaching, learning and technology issues in the college classroom. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CERTIFICATE IN FACULTY PREPARATION.

Thinking about a master’s degree?

For more information, call the Humboldt State University Graduate Programs Office at (707) 826-3949
or visit the Graduate Studies website.

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Redwood Science Project

RSP develops and enhances science content knowledge and pedagogical skills necessary to implement the California Science Content Standards. For more information, visit the website.

Northcoast Mathematics & Science Initiative

NMSI provides professional development opportunities for teachers and future teachers who seek additional certification in secondary (grades 7-12) mathematics and science. For more information, visit the website.

Redwood Writing Project

RWP provides inservice programs for experienced and preservice teachers as well as beginning-teacher and youth writing programs. Rooted firmly in a teachers-teaching-teachers model, the project marshals the best writing teachers of all levels, kindergarten through college, to share their best practices with other educators. For general information, visit the Redwood Writing Project website.

California Geographic Alliance

CGA promotes geographic education and awareness among California teachers, students and the public. This program helps educators prepare students to embrace a diverse world, succeed in a global economy, and steward the planet’s resources. It is sponsored by the National Geographic Society, the State Department of Education, and the University of California. For a list of programs and events, visit the website.

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