Hundreds of online professional development courses created and shared by other educators and universities.
Through Ed2Go, we are able to make hundreds of online courses available on the latest topics. Courses are developed and taught by educators from across the country, not necessarily UM-Flint faculty.
The courses are affordable, convenient and predictable, following Ed2Go's tried-and-proven format.
Note: ED2GO courses are not eligible for SCECHs or IACET credits through the University of Michigan-Flint.
In conjunction with the Center for Legal Studies, the University of Michigan-Flint offers four noncredit certificate courses in legal studies: Paralegal, Advanced Paralegal, Victim Advocacy, and Alternative Dispute Resolution, all in a completely online format!
These certificate courses are affordable, flexible and feature practice-oriented instruction--all from practicing lawyers and paralegals!
Note: Programming through the Center for Legal Studies is not eligible for SCECHs or IACET credits through the University of Michigan-Flint.
Maintaining Ethics and Professional Boundaries in our Schools - This is an ethics protection/violation prevention course for senior high school and junior high school teachers and administrators. The purpose of this course is to reduce a teacher's or administrator's violation potential through the application of the Boundary/Ethics Formula and Stratified Ethics Protection Plan, both developed by Professional Boundaries, Inc.
The Boundary/Ethics Formula examines the relationship of variables that have affect ethical decision processing. It includes an algorithm, developed by a student at Princeton University, that mathematically converts a teacher's selection of elements into a numeric range to help identify the potential for violations. This tool will then enable teachers to take pro-active steps for reducing this potential.
This course is intended for those who have not violated or have not been accused of a breach of ethics, boundaries, law, or policy. It is not intended for educators/administrators who are dealing with disciplinary procedures.
Note: This course is eligible for SCECHs or IACET credit upon request. Please contact Krista Heiser at (810) 762-3201 to indicate preference.