Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC)
The purpose of the LPDC is to review and approve Individual Professional Development Plans (IPDPs), coursework, and other professional development activities to complete for the purpose of license renewal.
LPDCs are groups sanctioned by the State to review coursework and professional development activities proposed and completed by educators to determine if state certification and licensure requirements have been met.
Local Professional Development Committee Members
- Dr. Jacquinette Brown
- Yvette Brown
- Leondrea Clark
- Tianna Ferguson
- Bonnie Hedges
- Deborah Paden
- Tracy Radich
- James Wagner
Local Professional Development Committee Handbook (LPDC)
Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP)
LPDC Approved Online Professional Development Opportunities
*Certificates of Completion/Attendance or transcripts are required and must be submitted.
Please use this link to complete the external professional development form and submit your documentation.
Ohio Department of Education’s Learning Management System
The LMS offers another way for teachers and administrators to learn from state experts on important topics. They can keep relevant materials and documents in an individualized e-portfolio, Digital Teaching and Learning and Evaluating Digital Content for Instructional and Teaching Excellence
Learn how innovative educators are using edWeb for personalized professional learning.
Ohio Leadership Advisory Council
OLAC has created online learning modules to support implementation of Ohio's Leadership Development Framework across the state. OLAC's learning modules are any-time, any-pace learning opportunities available for free to Ohio educators. The modules include research and content from national experts, streaming video, Ohio exemplars of best practices, and more.
- Modules - TWO (2) contact each module.
- Webinars - ONE (1) hour of credit through their LPDC.