Massachusetts Educators Can Earn PD Points Through Online Professional Learning
Hoonuit, a leading provider of analytics and professional development solutions, announces new approval through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Educators in the state of Massachusetts now have an opportunity to leverage online learning resources to be awarded professional development points through relevant, in-depth learning. Hoonuit has been approved as a PD provider through the Massachusetts Professional Development Provider Registry.
“We’re honored to receive this approval,” said Emily Lachinski, director of product management for professional development at Hoonuit. “This approval further emphasizes our alignment to professional learning standards, ensuring that we’re continually evolving our content to meet the needs of educators.
The approval by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recognized Hoonuit’s alignment to the Guidelines for Professional Development Providers to deliver professional development that increases the ability of Massachusetts educators to improve student learning. Professional Development Points (PDPs) and academic credits are awarded to PreK-12 educators in accordance with the License Renewal Guidelines for Massachusetts Educators.
Education professionals in districts that have a subscription to Hoonuit can be awarded professional development points for learning modules they view from the vast library of professional learning content. Hoonuit offers courses focused on improving teaching and learning, educational leadership, and technology training. Recent additions to the offering include:
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Hoonuit is the leader in K-12 student performance metrics and educator professional development. As a trusted education partner, its mission is to help educators acquire knowledge and turn insights into action to improve student outcomes.