Online PD Courses for teachers in New Hampshire (NH)
(not a New Hampshire teacher, click here to find your state)
How do I renew a teaching certification in New Hampshire?
Most recommendations for renewal are submitted by the Head of School in accordance with the Professional Development Master Plan. To receive a recommended renewal contact your employer with any questions about your renewal requirements or recommendation for renewal. Certification Standards for Educational Personnel can be found here.
Teachers not employed in a NH public school system, employed in a non-public or charter school without a PD Master Plan can learn more about renewing a teacher credential and the educator renewal process from the New Hampshire Department of Education with details on certificate renewal requirements. Professional development hours can be entered here.
ConnectedPD by Professional Learning Board provides online professional development, continuing education and staff development for schools.
Alignment with the Professional Development Master Plan can include the following:
- An accumulation of a minimum of 75 continuing education hours with 30 hours for each endorsement area and 45 hours documenting professional development; or
- A combination of less than 75 continuing education units and evidence of professional development addressing the school or district improvement goal(s) and content area;
- 1 College Credit Course is equal to 15 hours of PD.
Requirements for educators renewing through the Department of Education include:
- 30 hours for each specific endorsement area held, and
- 45 hours aligned with the Professional Education Requirements (Ed 505.07)
How do I contact the New Hampshire Department of Education Bureau of Credentialing?
Contact the State of New Hampshire Department of Education Bureau of Credentialing
101 Pleasant St
Concord, NH 03301
The information and courses listed on this page are presented as of February 24, 2020. Please note that state licensing requirements and school district approval processes may change and it is the responsibility of each teacher to know their licensing requirements and the process for submission and approval of all professional development and licensing requirements. Professional Learning Board does not guarantee acceptance by your school, district or licensing authority.