Continuing Education for Regional PK-12 Educators

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UW-Stout offers relevant, real-world courses that help you make an immediate impact in your teaching practice and classroom.  

  • Tackle familiar teaching challenges with new ideas and proven methods that you can put to use immediately.
  • Through classroom-based assignments, peer discussions with other regional educators, video observations, and carefully curated readings, you will analyze and build teaching skills.

Let us come to you, or you can take classes on our campus (evenings or weekends) or online. Within an approved driving radius, UW-Stout may offer coursework on-site at your school district if minimum enrollment is met. 

  • UW-Stout may offer coursework on-site at your building or on campus.
  • Courses are intimately connected to today’s classrooms.

Customizable Offerings

We want to hear from you. UW-Stout is committed to offering courses that are relevant to you and your teaching environment. We regularly add and adjust course offerings based on educator feedback. If you have any ideas on relevant classes that you would find helpful, please contact us at

Regional Educator Open House on Thursday October 25 4-6 p.m.

Find out more about our regional programming and grab a bag of classroom supplies! Join us at 200 E Main St. Menomonie

Spring 2019 Featured Courses

Poverty in Schools
EDUC 440-700C | EDUC 640-700C
Stackable toward M.S. Education degree

Want to better help students from poverty in your classroom? Addressing the challenges which face this population is a complex task. Course projects may be immediately applied to your classroom, such as:

  • Community Resources Activity
  • Support Systems Dialogue
  • Instruction and Improving Achievement Dialogue
  • Poverty “Action Plan”

Math Assessment for Response to Intervention
EDUC 448-700C | EDUC 648-700C 
Stackable toward M.S. Education degree and Math Specialist Certificate

Select and use mathematics assessment tools to identify learning problems, monitor student progress, and implement intervention practices.

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M.S. Education - Recruiting Now

UW-Stout is recruiting for a hybrid cohort in spring or summer (pending enrollment) for our Master of Science in Education. The program would provide core curriculum and allow individuals to customize elective courses to meet their specific professional development needs. See a sample sequence for spring starters here.

Learners will work together through the same core curriculum and proceed through the program in six terms or two years. A commitment of 20 to 25 learners is required to establish a cohort.