For Current Teachers
Expand your teaching capabilities with additional endorsements, professional development, courses for serving students with disabilities, and mentoring new student teachers.
Add an Endorsement
You can add an endorsement to your teaching certificate with Evergreen’s Master in Teaching program. See the PESB site for information about all the pathways to adding endorsements and for the full list of requirements for completing pathway two or three.
Pathway Two Options
Evergreen currently offers pathway two options for current teachers in the following areas:
- Middle Level Science
- Middle Level Mathematics
- Middle Level Humanities
- Social Studies
- English Language Arts
We provide the observations required for pathway two completions. The minimum pathway 2 fee at Evergreen is $1400, and may be slightly more for mileage beyond a round trip of 80 miles from campus.
Pathway Three: Reading
Evergreen offers a two summer option to earn a reading endorsement through pathway three.
- Foundations of Literacy and Research in Literacy will be offered in the first summer.
- In the second summer Instructional Methods and Assessment in Reading will be offered.
- Children’s Literature and Adolescent Literature are offered every summer; participants will need to choose one or the other to complete the sequence.
Participants may start either summer. At the conclusion of the sequence, teachers and candidates in teacher preparation programs must take and pass the Reading WEST E (030), a state-required standardized test, and apply to have the endorsement added to their teaching certificates.
K12 Outreach and Professional Development
The Evergreen State College Masters in Teaching program is an approved clock-hour provider.We can arrange workshops for school districts on focused short-term workshops for updated pedagogy and curriculum in a variety of subjects. Districts and schools throughout the South Sound have used us to help their teachers improve their skills. Contact us for more information.
eLearning for Educators Project
We offer online courses for K–12 educators who serve students with disabilities. Our courses are offered continuously without registration deadlines. Courses are accepted by the OSPI for certificate maintenance. Learn more about these courses.