PDI offers coursework in the following subject areas: classroom management, teaching strategies, reading, writing, technology, special education, math, common core, science and ESL. We offer coursework for instructors teaching the following grade levels: pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, grade one, grade two, grade three, grade four, grade five, grade six, middle school, and high school. Click here for a tour of the PDI online classroom.
PDI flex-time courses are self-paced and instructor-led. A flex-time course is affordably priced at $149. A flex-time course plus UCSD credit (if you need it) is priced at $379. Flex-time courses are often used to satisfy salary advancement or credential renewal requirements. All flex-time courses are approved for post-baccalaureate (graduate) credit through UCSD. View Flex-Course Offerings or Register Now
PDI semester courses are self-paced and instructor-led. A semester course is priced at $199. A semester course plus UCSD credit (if you need it) is priced at $429. Semester courses are often used to satisfy salary advancement or credential renewal requirements. All semester courses are approved for post-baccalaureate (graduate) credit through UCSD. View Semester Course Offerings or Register Now
UC San Diego Extension is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) through the San Diego campus as part of the University of California system. Upon successful completion of PDI coursework, UC San Diego Extension issues a transcript with letter grades to participants who register for credit. UC San Diego Extension operates on the quarter system. For example, a PDI course could be worth 5.0 quarter units of credit which is equivalent to three and one-third (3 1/3) semester units of credit. The word unit is a descriptor of the type of credit UC San Diego issues to students who have fulfilled all of the requirements of any particular class. The terms "unit" and "credit" can be used interchangeably without altering the accepted institutional meaning of the terms.
If you need a letter of support explaining the unit value and academic level of the courses you completed through PDI/UC San Diego Extension, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com that request.
The Professional Development Institute prides itself on providing excellent customer service. If you need assistance, please contact the PDI Program Coordinator, Thuong Tran, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can call PDI at 949-263-4931. Or, visit PDI's FAQ page for answers to most of your questions!
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