Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
How do I sign up for a COpilot account?
To create a COpilot account, visit www.ceacopilot.org, click Log In and either verify your Association membership or create a guest account. This easy process doesn’t take more than 30 seconds!
How much time does a class take?
Most COpilot classes are 15 instructional hours spread over five or six weeks. Students should expect to spend about three hours per week doing class activities.
Can I earn credit, clock hours, and a certificate?
The answer is a resounding “Yes!” Nearly all of the classes on COpilot qualify for graduate credit from Adams State University or the University of Northern Colorado. Graduate credit is always optional and has an additional fee of $55 (ASU) or $65 (UNC) per credit.
All of the classes are eligible for license renewal hours through the Colorado Department of Education. At the conclusion of each class, you will receive a certificate of completion for your records provide you submit a class evaluation.
Can I get the syllabus for the class before making a decision?
Absolutely! Just email the Director of Learning Services, Casey Kilpatrick (firstname.lastname@example.org), for that information.
Can my district use COpilot for its professional development?
CEA has worked hard to make sure districts in partnership with the local association can use COpilot to run all of their professional development. We do not charge districts to use the platform. Instead, our requirement is that the district and local association reach an agreement that dictates the school district will pay members who facilitate the classes a fair stipend. For more information about this kind of opportunity, please contact Casey Kilpatrick at CEA (email@example.com).
How are classes structured?
All of our classes are fully facilitated, which means you’ll have a trained CEA member leading you and teachers from across Colorado through the content. Our classes are timebound so that the facilitation makes sense. Through using this mostly synchronous method, teachers can more easily collaborate with each other, share experiences, and receive coaching as they practice strategies in their classrooms.