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NYSED CTLE PD Certificate

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  • Preview of CTLE Certificate Intro.pdf - page 1
  • Preview of CTLE Certificate Intro.pdf - page 2
Subject Career and Technical Education
Grade Level Adult Education, Professional Development, Paraprofessional and School Related Personnel, Specialized Instructional Support Personnel
Resource Type Activity

Attribution Non-commercial NoDerivative



Please complete this certificate and return a copy to the AFT/Share My Lesson’s approved CTLE Sponsor along with your PD certificate. You must retain your copies for eight years. It is not necessary to send a copy of this form to the Office of Teaching Initiatives unless it is requested in the event of an audit or for use in obtaining an Initial Reissuance. A separate form must be completed for each training.

Email certificates and any questions to [email protected].

Additional Notes: As of 2016, the State Education Department requires Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) for all holders of professional classroom teaching, educational leadership, or Level III teaching assistant certificates. Details on exact rules and how to track your hours can be found on the SED website.

Share My Lesson is now an NYSED-approved provider for CTLE requirements.

Step 1: Upon completion of the Share My Lesson webinar, download your PD certificate of completion.

Step 2: Complete CTLE certificate.

Step 3: Send both your CTLE certificate AND Share My Lesson PD certificate of completion to [email protected].


December 2, 2020
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15 Reviews
This was a great lesson and
This was a great lesson and helped me further my knowledge on how to incorporate equity more into my daily lessons.
April 25, 2021
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April 21, 2021
excellent workshop, thanks!
excellent workshop, thanks!
March 27, 2021
Great job!
From Cassaundra Watkins -Great job!
March 25, 2021
This was a very good workshop
This was a very good workshop.
March 25, 2021

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