Education and training for people with busy lives and curious minds
Whether you’ve got a week for an institute, a day for a workshop, an evening for an inspiring speaker, or a few minutes a day to take an online class, we have continuing education options that meet your needs.
Antioch University New England invites qualified applicants to enroll for credit or to audit some of the courses offered in our graduate degree programs.
Click here to view the AUNE list of graduate credit degree courses available for non-matriculated students.
Visit here often to find information about new continuing education offerings, including programs and workshops that offer credits (CEUs) in Education, Applied Psychology, and Clinical Psychology.
- Unpleasant relationships and people conflicts
- Time constraints and related issues
- Balance between professional and personal lives
- Crises in the school
- Challenging policy demands and overwhelming mandates
- Budgetary constraints and related issues
- Fear of failure
- Negative publicity and dealing with media
- Personalized Professional Renewal Plan
- Onsite visitations by Professional Renewal Network staff for whole school and individual mentoring
- Group Readings
- Design of personalized Action Research projects eligible for AUNE Graduate credits
- Face-to-face workshop on Saturday, Oct. 20 – Monday, Oct 22
- Or online 3-credit course starting Oct. 1, plus 3-day workshop
Join us for an inspiring 3-days focused on how you can benefit from the emerging field of nature-based-leadership, or enroll for the entire online course for graduate credit.Put your knowledge to work for others. Leave refreshed and ready to bring the benefits of nature-based experience to every facet of your life – at home, in relationships, at play and at work in settings as diverse as business, education, health care and organizational development. And join a growing worldwide community of people committed to reconnecting individuals with nature–for their own health and well-being, and that of the planet Earth.
Immerse yourself in the field of dance/movement therapy during our 5-day or 3-day intensives. These experiential/didactic workshops are conducted by faculty of Antioch University New England’s Master’s Program in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling. The intensives will expose participants to a range of approaches currently in use in the field. No previous experience is necessary. More information is available here.
- January 11 – 13, 2019, 3-Day Intensive, Friday – Sunday
- Register for the January 2019 Intensive
- May 29 – June 2, 2019, 5-Day Intensive, Wednesday – Sunday
- Registration available soon.
Join Antioch University New England’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience for a series of online courses focused on the fundamentals of climate change resilience. More information is available here.
- Nov. 4 to Dec. 8, 2018, online course, available for audit or for 1-credit.
- Register here.
- January 6 to Feb. 2, 2019, online course available to audit or for 1-credit.
- Register here.
- March 17 to April 13, 2019, online course, available to audit or for 1-credit.
- Register here.
- September 29 -30, from 9:00 – 4:00
This educational experience provides a new awareness of self, a new sense of dignity and hope. As educators, the opportunity to work in concert with our peers empowers us to look within to strengthen our classrooms rather than to simply bow to the pressures that come from the outside.
Examples will be drawn from participants and from the national project, Educate the Whole Child, which enthusiastically endorses a range of approaches that put the focus on individual students, their talents and potential. Students respond much better to growing their assets than documenting their limitations. More information and registration is available here.
- October 13-14, 2018
This educational experience provides a new awareness of self, a new sense of dignity and hope. As educators, the opportunity to work in concert with our peers empowers us to look within to strengthen our classrooms rather than to simply bow to the pressures that come from the outside. This project is designed to remind participants of their professional strengths, assist them in refining their classroom and school-wide practices, as well as to renew perspectives on their work within the field of education. This two-day program will include a variety of presentations in both discussion and hands-on settings.
Professional Renewal Network’s (PRN) mission is to develop and support an expanding cadre of school leaders who champion educational change through innovative, personalized schools. The term “School Leader” infers a broad, inclusive definition including all staff, students and community members. We inspire visionary leaders, to lead schools towards self-improvement and transformation. To create schools where diverse children can learn and excel with competence and creativity. Supporting a school community that practices democracy and social justice for all. More information and registration is available here.
- Sat., October 27, 2018
Join us for this day-long conference of educators who are redefining what’s possible in elementary education. As we build school programs around place-based social studies, outdoor science lessons, Forest Fridays and more, we’re connecting children to the natural world, local communities and big ideas. More Information.
For more information on Continuing Education opportunities, contact Shelley Viles at 603-283-2145 or at email@example.com