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The Heritage Institute has been directly impacting teachers and their students by offering quality professional development courses, workshops and field studies since 1975. We are an approved provider of Washington State Clock Hours and Oregon PDUs and are located on the OSPI website under Educating for Humanity Institute. All of our courses meet the rigorous academic standards of Antioch University Seattle and are offered for continuing education, quarter credit. Our online and email courses for teachers often fulfill continuing education and salary advancement requirements.

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Antioch University Seattle Continuing Education Quarter Credits are applicable towards salary advancement and certificate renewal in most states. Antioch University Seattle is one of five campuses of Antioch University which is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The Heritage Institute and Antioch University Seattle are separately incorporated and are affiliated by a contractual agreement under whose terms Antioch University Seattle reviews and certifies the appropriateness of course content and instructor credentials.

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Developing and Reinforcing Responsibility in Your Students

September 15, 2017

Early on in my teaching career, I recognized that while students were expected to take on more responsibility in high school, that unless they were in an AVID or basic skills class, they often were lacking the skills to do so. As a teacher, I assumed that students were already capable of being …

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