Roosevelt University is excited to announce our new partnership with Learners Edge to offer self-paced continuing education opportunities to teachers in Illinois.

Learners Edge offers more than 70 online and print-based courses to help you achieve success in your classroom and career. Join thousands of educators nationwide who make Learners Edge their first choice for continuing education graduate credits that can be applied toward professional development and the renewal of teaching licenses.

An affordable and accessible way to earn continuing education credits, classes range between 1-3 continuing education credits. Focus areas include:

  • Teaching Excellence
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Classroom Management
  • Literacy
  • Brain-Based
  • Special Populations
  • Technology
  • Leadership
  • Early Childhood
  • Design and Assessment
  • Custom Independent Study

For more information and to enroll, visit the Learners Edge website. Make sure to list Roosevelt University as your chosen provider of continuing education graduate credit.

After you complete your Learners Edge course, you can order a transcript from Roosevelt University to document your continuing education credit by following these three easy steps:

  1. Wait at least 10 days after the receipt of your Letter of Completion from Learners Edge.
  2. Make sure to have your Learners Edge Customer # and a credit card available (the cost of a transcript is $14.25).
  3. Click here to order your transcript.

If you need assistance, contact the Office of the Registrar at 312-341-3535.

Roosevelt University also offers online and face-to-face courses for teachers who wish to earn a graduate degree or an endorsement on their teaching license. Popular degree programs include Instructional Leadership, Reading, and Dual Language Teacher Leadership. Endorsements can be earned through online study and summer residencies without enrolling in a degree program. 

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Executive Director of School and Community Engagement, College of Education