About Our Courses
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”–Benjamin Franklin
All our ED501 courses are now independent studies and share a common course structure designed to benefit your specific teaching role. Our inquiry based model of learning has three parts: educators will learn new material (Theory), further research topics (Research), and then create a plan that best applies the course learning to your teaching role (Practice).
TPAI/CSU-Pueblo ED501 Courses
|Graduate level credit|
|From an accredited (Higher Learning Commision) University (CSU-Pueblo)|
|Accepted in all 50 states|
|Participants must have a Bachelor's of Arts Degree (B.A.).|
|May be used toward CSU's online M.Ed. program|
|3 semester (4.5 quarter) credits|
|Required course hours meet federal guidelines|
|Grades||Letter Grade (A-F)|
Accepted in All Fifty States
Our ED501 courses are accredited through Colorado State-Pueblo and will meet your salary advancement requirements and/or professional development needs.
The most common requirement from districts and states is that continuing education courses must be (1) at a graduate level and (2) from a regionally accredited university. Our ED501 courses fulfill these requirements.
Some districts require courses to directly come from a graduate or Master’s program. Our ED501 courses also meet this requirement and are approved as part of CSU-Pueblo’s online M.Ed. program. You do not need to be admitted to this graduate program to take these courses, but they will count toward CSU-Pueblo’s online M.Ed. if you are enrolled in that program.
Course Assignments Files
Download the Course Assignment files below to see specific assignments for: