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Earn CTLE hours with LearnUFT

As a state-approved provider of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) hours, the UFT's LearnUFT program offers low-cost professional learning opportunities specifically designed to meet our members’ needs. State regulations now require all teachers who hold professional certificates and paraprofessionals who hold Level III teaching assistant certificates to collect and track 100 professional development hours (known as CTLE hours) by a state-approved provider in five-year cycles. See our offerings!

Please note: CTLE credits will not be given for workshops that have been taken previously.

Upcoming Virtual Sessions

| 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Numbers is Apple’s app for building spreadsheets, but its functionally goes far beyond numbers and tables! In this workshop, you’ll not only learn how to create a flexible gradebook for reporting qualitative and quantitative data, but you’ll also explore how Numbers can become a canvas for tracking student artifacts and building portfolios of student work.

| 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours at this workshop. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

In this workshop, you’ll learn navigation tips for the Template Chooser, workflows to personalize templates for you and your students, and export options to share your creations. Apps and features covered will include Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Camera, and Photos. Participants can earn 1 hour of CTLE for attending.

| 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours at this workshop. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours at this workshop. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours at this workshop. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course. 

| 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This course will examine the language and comprehension factors that influence and impact the literacy achievement of students learning English as a new language. We'll explore research-based pedagogical practices to develop a student's literacy skills and reading comprehension. Participants will use the four domains of language; reading, writing, speaking, and listening, to engage in meaningful learning experiences that will promote the literacy achievement for ELLs. Earn 3 A+ or P credits and 45 CTLE hours by completing this 15 week course.