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Aquila Education

Welcome to the Center for Professional & Continuing Education (CPCE) at University of the Pacific. We are committed to extending learning opportunities beyond the traditional campus environment by delivering online certificate and continuing education courses for working adults, as well as professional development classes for teachers seeking salary advancement. We have partnered with Aquila Education, LLC. As former teachers and administrators, Aquila Education understands the importance of pedagogy, differentiation and using technology in the classroom to support student learning. The founders of Aquila Education are former administrators and teachers with the New York City Department of Education, where they developed and led training on special education, humanities, sciences, and technology. In addition to providing online courses and training, they also offer technology that has been handed selected in order to increase student engagement. Since they understand the issues and struggles that schools face when trying to integrate technology in the classroom, they provide schools with training and lessons to ensure that the technology is seamlessly integrated into the curriculum.

We recommend students confirm with their district that this coursework will be applicable for their needs.

For more information about courses please contact Aquila Education - https://www.aquilaeducation.com/contactus


For more information about graduate level credit please contact University of the Pacific - cpce@pacific.edu

Education for All: A Teachers Guide to Differentiation

The aim of this course is to better equip teachers in the most up to date strategies in order to support all students, particularly students who struggle in school.

Course Reference Number: PEDD 9801
Credits: 3 Professional Development Units

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Google Tools for Education

This course will focus on the multiple uses of Google Apps for Education and how teachers can incorporate Google Apps into their classroom in order to improve student learning and assessment in instruction. Each session will focus on a particular application, explaining how to use it, as well as specific examples on how it can be implemented in the classroom.

Course Reference Number: PEDD 9802
Credits: 2 Professional Development Units

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NOTE: Educators must register for the course separately from the university credit.

Education for All: A Teachers Guide to Differentiation:

$150 - Course Fee

$75/Unit - University Graduate Level Credit


Google Tools for Education:

$100 - Course Fee

$75/Unit - University Graduate Level Credit
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