Continuing Studies No matter what your professional goals are, Hamline University's School of Education will help you achieve them. Take courses on-campus, off-campus, or online. Participate in professional workshops and trainings. Join us! Courses and Registration View our course offerings and register online. Under "Graduate Professional Development" select the upcoming term. Online View the list of Hamline School of Education's online programs, and learn more about how online learning works and other frequently asked questions. Workshops and Institutes Adult Education ATLAS provides best-practice resources and professional development for ABE teachers, staff, and administrators across the state. Environmental Education BioTIC brings middle and high school biology teachers up-to-speed on the rapid advancements in biotech research, applications, and issues. Rivers Institute is a field-based course that explores how using rivers as a context can help your students meet specific standards in science and literacy. WaterWorks Institute investigates drinking water quality and chemistry and learns about inquiry-based models for your classroom. Literacy Summer Literacy Institute. Take a professional vacation at Hamline's Summer Literacy Institute and learn from some of the finest educators in the country. Urban Teaching Cultural Competency Training provides professional development opportunities for schools and teachers. Continuing Studies Courses Courage to Teach series offers retreats and programs encouraging educators to connect the inner life of heart, mind, and spirit with the outer life of work and service to schools. Learning Bridges offer more than 40 high-quality online courses in a wide variety of topic areas, from classroom management to literacy. American Museum of Natural History. Hamline has partnered with the AMNH to offer online graduate courses in life, earth, and physical sciences.