We Learn Together

Teachers matter and so should your professional development.

Welcome K-12 Educators and Other Licensed Professionals

Distance and Continuing Education, a program of the NDSU Office of Teaching and Learning, is a supportive place to find professional development classes, workshops, resources, and assistance to maintain your license and stay current in your field. We offer a fully equipped meeting space for professional development-related classes and workshops in our Group Decision Center


About DCE

Information on our staff, office hours, and contact information as well as a list of frequently asked questions.

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K-12 Professionals

View a list of professional development classes, registration information, transcript instructions, and endorsements. Find information on offering a class.

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K-12 Students

Explore programs and activities designed specifically for K-12 students.

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Online Degrees

A list of online degrees offered at NDSU in partnership with DCE.

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Continuing Education Units

Maintain your professional license with these continuing education unit offerings.

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We Learn Together Blog

Posts about different techniques that may enhance your teaching. 

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The latest news, announcements, and happenings from all DCE programs.


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Join us Monday, May 23, 2022, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Via Zoom

You have decided to offer a class to K-12 teachers and administrators for their professional development needs. This is your first offering. Your class topic is timely and engaging and as a result,…

Read more about the impact of dual credit in North Dakota.

After a few years of start and stop planning, and a pandemic that made everything screech to a halt, we are excited to launch the Dual-Credit Program at NDSU. Courses will be offered during the…

From time to time, actually, quite often, we get an email or a call from a teacher who really wants (or needs) to take a class that is full. These teachers are often wondering if there is a way to…



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