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Chelsea Professional Learning Academy Course Offerings

About the Chelsea Professional Learning Academy

Chelsea Professional Learning Academy Vision Statement

The purpose of the Chelsea Professional Learning Academy is to provide a district-wide cohesive professional development curriculum to support the professional growth of educators. Courses will be offered at the ELC, the MCB Elementary Complex, the Williams building, and at Chelsea High School each month. Offerings will span grade-levels and content areas. ELC, Elementary, and Middle School offerings take place on the second Wednesday of each month.

Courses are offered at three levels each month:

  • 101 level courses—Induction Series
  • 201 level courses—Intermediate Series
  • 301 level courses—Advanced Series

Registering for PD Courses

In order to sign up for a Professional Learning Academy Course, and to receive PDPs, you must register for the course on the Chelsea Professional Development website.

To search for a course go to Offerings in the left-hand menu. You then have the option to view a calendar of offerings, view the offerings by category in the drop-down menu (under Chelsea Professional Learning Academy 2016-2017), or search for a course title. Once you select your course, click on the Register for this Course button. You will receive email confirmation that you have been enrolled. Please make sure that the courses you register for are the correct grade-span and level.

Note: Please register as early as possible each month in order to ensure that courses will run and presenters have time to prepare enough materials.

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