Professional Development Center for Educators


UD’s Professional Development Center for Educators within the
College of Education and Human Development
works closely with teachers and administrators to carefully craft services that meet the particular needs of schools and school districts.


Integrating reading and writing curriculum, ELL support, Bookworms, and more into Literacy Instruction.


Coaching, Observations, Curriculum Development, SAT Training, and more math-focused instruction training.


Hands-On Coaching and Instruction, NGSS Implementation, and more research-based Science Instruction Training

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Social Studies

Curriculum Theory and Approaches, Aligning Assessments to Standards, and more Social Studies Integration Training

A teacher supports students using virtual-reality headsets to explore new environments.

PDCE supports STEAM efforts at The College School

December 13, 2018

Amy Trauth, Senior Associate Director of science, partnered with the College School and the College of Engineering, to facilitate training workshops for teachers implementing a

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Walpole and literacy team discuss Bookworms.


September 5, 2018

Sharon Walpole, director of PDCE and professor in the School of Education, received the Jerry Johns Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award from the International

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