eLearning for Educators

Online courses and mini-trainings designed for busy K–12 educators who serve students with disabilities.

The eLearning for Educators Project offers affordable online courses and no-cost mini-trainings. New offerings are available now with more coming soon. The project is one of the OSPI Special Education State Needs Projects.

This is the last round of the WEA Inclusionary Practices Grant while funds last. Your registration must adhere to these Registration Guidelines to qualify. Funding is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis

Through a partnership with eLearning for Educators and a grant from OSPI, the Washington Education Association is covering the cost (includes clock hours) of eleven eLearning for Educators courses that address inclusionary practices. You must select only one eligible course. This opportunity is open to all Washington State educators.

How Our Offerings Work

  • Access offerings anytime, anywhere.
  • Available continuously.
  • Available to all educators.
  • Focus on relevant topics in special education.
  • Clock hours accepted by OSPI for certificate maintenance.

Course and Mini-Training Offerings

Courses and mini-trainings are offered continuously, so there are no registration deadlines.

When you're ready, register and get started! You'll have three months to complete your course or mini-training. Offerings are delivered asynchronously/online via Canvas.

You can check the list of All Courses and Mini-trainings, or see below for a topic area breakdown.

Courses by Topic Area

How to Register

You'll need to register online.

Payment for courses may be made by major credit card, debit card, electronic check, or purchase order. The mini-training modules are offered at no cost and are not eligible for clock hours. Within two to three (2-3) business days, you’ll receive an email from eLearning for Educators with your start and end-dates, as well as your login information.