Offered in partnership with organizations including the U.S. Department of Education, NOAA, Chesapeake Bay Trust, ShoreRivers, and the National Park Service, SEF professional development programs provide opportunities for teachers to improve core content knowledge, refine pedagogy, and earn required Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits to keep Maryland teaching certificates current. These programs generally serve teachers from Maryland’s Eastern Shore, though other teachers from counties further afield can sometimes participate. Most professional development seminars range in duration from two to five days and can accommodate up to 12 participants. These programs are grant driven, so availability and program offerings may differ from year to year.
Call Sultana Education Foundation to learn about upcoming professional development opportunities being offered by the organization.