New Hampshire Teaching Certificate Renewal
Below is a summary of how Learners Edge may help your continuing education and New Hampshire teaching license renewal needs. This summary should in no way release individuals from their responsibility of ensuring that the course they take meets their professional needs. We hope it provides assistance in understanding how Learners Edge might help you in the accumulation of clock hours or graduate credit for salary advancement and the New Hampshire teaching relicensure process.
See the New Hampshire Department of Education Website for complete NH teacher relicensure information.
Professional Development Renewal Requirements
One continuing education unit (CEU) equates to one clock hour.
Semester hours (college credits) equate to 15 CEU’s.
Examples of acceptable professional development activities can include but are not limited to the activities listed below: Evidence of completion will be required if the educator’s submission is audited.
College Course(s): Submit transcript or grade report and a course description. If a course, or online course, is taken for credit, each awarded semester hour of credit equals 15 continuing education units. If you are auditing a course, you will need written verification from the instructor on college letterhead as to topic(s) and continuing education units spent in class.
Observation: Submit a log of actual hours spent observing activities germane to your certification. Observation time must be verified by staff member(s) observed. The log should be accompanied by an explanation of what was learned and how it will be used.
Professional Reading: Submit a bibliography with a description of the knowledge gained through this reading and how this knowledge will be useful to you in an educational area. An estimate of continuing education units spent must also be provided. Video courses or self-teaching activities will be considered under this area.
Research/Independent Study: Submit topic(s) outline, a written plan of focus and objectives, bibliography, an explanation of how the information will be used in a classroom or curriculum, and evidence of learning. Estimate the continuing education units spent in research.
Workshops, Conferences, Seminars, Symposia, In-Service Training, etc
Writing Professional Articles
Please note, Learners Edge courses are approved and offered for graduate credit by our regionally accredited and state approved college/university partners. Continuing education graduate credit is intended to fulfill requirements for license renewal/lane change when the student has obtained proper prior approval.