CTLE Hours and In-Service Credit
Workshops and courses that are listed in the MESTRACT catalog are assigned a category to indicate if they are being offered for CTLE hours in either Pedagogy, Content, or ELL. If the activity is not being offered for CTLE hours, the category will show as Non-CTLE.
Individual school districts must approve activities if they are to be used for in-service credit. 15 hours of seat time equals 1 in-service credit.
Certificates of Completion
Once attendance has been received from the instructor and the participant has completed the activity evaluation in My Learning Plan, a certificate of completion will be generated in My Learning Plan for printing. If your certificate is missing either your birthday, last 4 SSN, signature or CTLE category, the error will need to be corrected in your school district’s My Learning Plan system. Please ask your district person to contact Frontline Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-504-8222 – Option 2 for Support.
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