Both entities share similar values and goals including a commitment to enhancing lifelong learning.
Ventura, California (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
Benedictine University's Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies announced today that they have entered a partnership arrangement with a nationally recognized professional development provider, The Connecting Link. Both entities share similar values and goals including a commitment to enhancing lifelong learning.
The Connecting Link was founded in 1981 with the mission of offering engaging and relevant courses designed to meet the professional learning needs of educators. Courses offered through The Connecting Link are aligned to national standards and designed to support teachers' development in the areas of assessment, classroom management, Common Core, content knowledge, English language learners, pedagogy, special education, and technology.
Benedictine University was founded in 1887 and demonstrates an impressive academic heritage. Through the years the institution has continued its tradition of providing support to those in pursuit of knowledge and professional development. According to Dr. Stephen Nunes, Acting Dean of Benedictine University's Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies, "This partnership confirms Benedictine's commitment to provide quality educational programs that enhance the instructional skills of our teachers, which, in turn, improves the learning skills of our students."
The partnership is expected to enhance site-based and online learning opportunities available to certified educators in Illinois.
For further information regarding the array of three-credit hour graduate courses visit http://www.connectinglink.com.