Onsite Professional Learning Courses

Onsite professional learning courses include seminar/classroom-style courses and offer topics that are relevant to today’s educators. All onsite professional learning courses count for graduate credit. Onsite professional learning courses will take place at the location listed from 9am-5pm. Grades are due from the instructors 3 weeks after the course date. Please allow 3 weeks after completion and material submission for grades to be posted.

Onsite Professional Learning Courses are $185 per credit hour. Discounts are available when groups of 7 or more participants register together for the same course. For more information, contact the Professional Development Coordinator at least 8 days prior to the course date. For onsite professional learning courses, a minimum of 5 paid registrants are needed by noon 7 days before the course date. If a course is canceled due to low enrollment, registrants will receive an email from the Professional Development Coordinator at least 5 days prior to the course date. If a course is canceled by Quincy University’s PDE Office, the full tuition paid by students will be refunded. This refund does not include online payment convenience fees. If a student does not notify the Professional Development Coordinator of his/her intent not to attend an onsite professional learning course by noon 7 days before the course date, there will be no tuition refund.

Current list of courses offered Summer 2022: (13 courses in 2 locations)

Held at Sacred Heart Griffin High School, 1200 W. Washington, Springfield, IL:

6/21/22: Shifting the Balance K-2: 6 Ways to Bring Science of Reading into Balanced Literacy Classroom: A Book Study

6/22/22: The Burnout Cure: A Book Study

6/29/22: For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood: A Book Study

7/11/22: Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators: A Book Study

7/12/22: These 6 Things: How to Focus Your Teaching on What Matters Most: A Book Study

7/12/22: Shifting the Balance K-2: 6 Ways to Bring Science of Reading into Balanced Literacy Classroom: A Book Study

7/13/22: What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing: A Book Study

7/14/22: Choice Words: A Book Study

Held at Hope Pavilion, 5220 S. 6th Street, Springfield, IL:

7/11/22: Ink and Ideas: A Book Study

7/13/22: The Writing Strategies Book: A Book Study

7/20/22: 2023 Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Book Award Nominees: A Book Study

7/27/22: The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading: A Book Study

8/1/22: Teaching for Deeper Learning: Tools to Engage Students in Meaning Making: A Book Study

For more information, contact:

Shari Mulch
Professional Development Coordinator
School of Education
217-228-5420

PDE@quincy.edu