Summer 2020 registration is now closed. Reserve your spot in the course for the Fall 2020 semester!
Get acquainted with CGI, a research-based approach to teaching mathematics with principles that apply across all content areas and grade levels. Enhance your instructional ability and start to master teaching mathematics!
Fall 2020 Registration Dates
ASPDP registration opens September 7th and closes November 23rd.
Coursework starts September 21st and ends January 8th.
Credits and Registration Instructions
- (NYC) 45 CTLE hours towards NYS Professional Development requirements.
- (NYC) 3 P/A+ Credits towards BA+30, BA+60, and MA+30 salary differentials.
ASPDP catalog code: https://pci.nycenet.edu/aspdp/Course/Details/9459
Complete both steps to earn P/A+ Credits and CTLE hours:
- Step 1: Register with ASPDP when available. You can do this by logging into ASPDP at http://schools.nyc.gov/teachers/aspdp/, searching for Quikitech in the course catalog to select your choice of courses, and paying the ASPDP registration fee for the courses.
- Step 2: Register with Quikitech. You can do this by going to https://quikitech.com/ adding to cart the matching courses you will be taking with ASPDP, and paying the Education Partner fee for the courses. Your account will be automatically created for you upon checkout. If you purchased a bundle, allow for 24 hours for your course selections to be processed.
Please check with your school district or local authority on whether the kind of credit this course provides can be used towards meeting your professional development, salary differential, or credential renewal needs.
For questions and group rates, email [email protected].
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