Complete CEU List

Below is a complete listing of Approved CEU Courses. For a listing of courses currently being offered, please visit our current CEU page. All courses have been approved by the Georgia Department of Education for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit.

  • 2+2 Still Equals 4
  • A Journey Through the Georgia Performance Standards – K-5
  • A Picture Tells a Thousand Words: Integrating Art and Literature into the Classroom
  • ADHD: Mastering the Curriculum
  • ADHD: Steps to Self-Management
  • Autism: Characteristics and Strategies of Instruction
  • America the Beautiful: A Pre-School and Kindergarten Social Studies Unit
  • Assessment for Students – Grades K-2
  • Assessment for Students – Grades 3-5
  • Autism: Characteristics and Strategies of Instruction
  • Bring on Those Books
  • Building the Foundation for Reading in Pre-K and Kindergarden
  • C is for Classroom, M is for Management
  • Character Education: What Works?
  • Comprehension: Helping Students Remember What They Read (CRS)
  • Content Area Reading Strategies
  • Creating and Managing Literacy Centers – Pre-K and Kindergarden
  • Curriculum Design for the ADD / ADHD Students – Pre-K – 12th Grade
  • Developmental Milestones: Normal and Atypical
  • Early Literacy Development- Preparing Young Children for Success in School(CRS)
  • Effective Classroom Management for the K-12 Teacher
  • Effective School to Home Communication
  • Effective Strategies for Discipline
  • Exceptional Children and Youth
  • Focus on Phonics: Teaching the Foundation Skills for Reading and Spelling (CRS)
  • Guided Reading Strategies: Grades 3-6
  • Helping Boys Succeed in School
  • Helping Girls Succeed in Life
  • Ideas, Activities and Literature for Teaching Social Studies K-3
  • Identification and Strategies for Teaching Students with Speech and Language Delays
  • Integrating Science into Reading Pre K -3
  • Integrated Thematic Instruction – Teaching Science and Social Studies to Young Children
  • Integrating Writing into Social Studies
  • Leaping into Literacy – Teaching Children to Read
  • Learning Disabilities: How They Interfere With the Reading/Writing Process (CRS)
  • Learning Through Musical Play
  • Let’s Read
  • Literacy Centers Grades 3-5
  • Making Math Count
  • Managing the Early Childhood Classroom
  • Managing The Middle School Student
  • Math Outside the Box – Grade 4-7
  • Math with Manipulatives
  • Motivating Students to Become Lifelong Readers – Grades 4-8
  • Motivating the Early Reader
  • Music is Fun and Educational Too!
  • Passport to Art: Infusing Multicultural Art Activities into the Classroom
  • Phonics FUNdamentals
  • Putting the Magic Back in Math
  • Reaching the Instruction Needs of the ESOL Student
  • Reading Strategies for the EIP and Classroom Teacher Grades 3-5
  • Science – Just Do It – Science Activities for Elementary Teachers
  • School Law for Basic Educators
  • Seven Strategies for Struggling Readers
  • Signing in the Classroom – Pre-K – 1st Grade
  • Small Talk: Early Identification of Students with Speech-Language Impairments
  • Strategies and Activities for Enhancing the Early Childhood Classroom
  • Strategies that Really Work with Middle School Readers
  • Study Skills that Really Work: Grades 4-8
  • Successful Inclusion
  • Teach Reading! Who Me? Now What?
  • Teaching Phonemic Awareness – A Step Toward Reading Success
  • Teaching Smart! SmartBoard Training K-12
  • Teaching Strategies for Students with ADD/ADHD (Pre-k – 12th grade)
  • Teaching Students to Read and Spell: Reading Basics That Cannot be Overlooked
  • Teaching the Gifted Student K-8
  • Teaching The New (GPS) Science Standards Grades 6-8
  • Tech Knowledge Gee!
  • The 100% Factor: Creating a Positive Learning Environment Where Students Are Motivated to Succeed
  • The Professional Educator
  • The Importance of Exercise and Play and Exercise
  • Tools for Success, Teaching and Reaching All Students
  • Understanding Dyslexia (CRS)
  • Using Literature to Reinforce Math Concepts K-2
  • Wilson Fundations
  • Wilson Just Words
  • Words for The Wise: Using Latin and Greek Roots to Increase English Vocabulary Learning(CRS)