Professional Development & Additional Resources




Project Share Project Share is an initiative to expand the creation and delivery of high quality professional development in an interactive and engaging eLearning environment and provide access to online resources, online course content, academic networking, and professional learning communities.

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Project Share Courses

Project Share

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The following video highlights successful uses of the Texas Education Agency’s Project Share in school districts around the state. Project Share provides student resources, professional development courses, academic networking, and professional learning communities to Texas educators and students. View Here.

Video time length: 6min. 15 sec.

Please note: Successful completion of the ELPS Academy is the prerequisite for these courses. If you have not completed this prerequisite, please contact your local ESC for course access instructions.



Professional Service Provider (PSP) Course for Campus/District Instructional Leaders

This self-paced course provides campus/district administrators and instructional leaders tools to determine the quality of content area instruction that is being provided to English Language Learners (ELLs) and suggests ways in which instruction might be improved, thereby increasing the scores for ELLs on state assessments. CPE credit is 6.

Please contact your education service center to enroll in this course.

The syllabus can be viewed at

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Now available in Project Share: Implementing the ELPS

The ELPS Academy is designed to assist participants in understanding how the English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) provide cross-curricular second language acquisition essential knowledge and skills for listening, reading, and writing. Participants will also examine a common framework to follow when working with English language learners in content area classrooms. CPE credit (4). Please contact your education service center if you need help accessing the course.

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TELLIT: Professional Service Provider (PSP) Training, Version 1.0

Professional Service Providers (PSPs) can use the Texas English Language Learner Instructional Tool (TELLIT) to provide feedback and explore perceptions with campus administrators about what is occurring in mathematics classrooms. During this course, participants will learn about the role of the PSP in the classroom-observation process, including pre-observation and post-observation tasks. CPE credit is 6. Download Course Access Instructions.

Science, Social Studies and Math TELLIT courses are now available on Project Share! (Please contact your education service center if you need help accessing the courses.)

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TELLIT courses and credit hours

View a list of our TELLIT courses and credit hours.


A+ Rise Online Tutorial

The A+RISE Online Tutorial is designed to introduce the A+RISE Standards2Strategy system and provide teachers with navigation tips on strategy selection for instructional support. The course includes information on the features of the A+RISE system, English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS), Proficiency Level Descriptors (PLDs), the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS), and alternative classroom assessments for English language learners. CPE credit is 0.

(This tutorial is only recommended for educators in grades 9-12)

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Accelerating Language Acquisition for Secondary English Language
Learners Online Course
- CPE Credit: 2
This online course provides self-paced professional development training for content area teachers in secondary classrooms. The course presents skills and strategies for teaching academic language to facilitate the content learning of English language learners (ELLs). Please contact the Project Share coordinator at your education service center if you need help accessing the course.

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