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About Leadership Teacher - Graduate Credits

Through an agreement with Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH, Leadership Teacher participants may earn graduate or CEU credits at a substantially reduced cost.

Graduate Credits

Participants in the LT I, LT II, LT III programs may earn 6 pre-Masters or 6 post-Masters graduate credits in Education. Participants in LT IV programs may earn 8 pre-Masters or 8 post-Masters graduate credits in Education. Participants earning graduate credits must complete an Independent Study (see below) in addition to attending all program session days.

To register for graduate credits, program participants should contact Leadership Teacher at info@leadershipteacher.org for the current year's PSU Graduate Registration Form. Once you have the form, please fill out the form and mail it with payment directly to:

Plymouth State University
Graduate Studies in Education
17 High Street, MSC 11B
Plymouth, NH 03264

Independent Study Requirements (Required for graduate credit):

LT I:

To earn graduate credits from Plymouth State University, LT I program participants must attend all LT I session days and write a 8-10-page paper detailing what they learned from their experience in the program, including ideas about how they will apply this experience to their curriculum and effective ways to disseminate program outcomes to their school or school district.

LT II:

To earn graduate credits from Plymouth State University, program participants must attend all session days, design and implement a real-world-based project, and orally present their project outcomes, with supporting materials and written evaluative feedback, at the final LT II session day.

LT III:

To earn graduate credits from Plymouth State University, program participants must attend planning sessions, contribute to the planning of the conference, attend the conference, and then complete a synopsis and provide evaluative feedback of the process and the event.

LT IV:

To earn graduate credits from Plymouth State University, program participants must attend planning sessions, contribute to the coordination of LT III, contribute to the creation and coordination of LT alumni events, and then complete a synopsis and provide evauative feedback of the process and the outcomes of all events.

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