Wellesley Public Schools is committed to providing high-quality Professional Development offerings that reflect the most effective approaches to adult learning and professional growth. The Office of Teaching & Learning is actively recruiting educators to offer courses that align with the following WPS District Goals:

  • Social and Emotional Learning
  • Tiered Systems of Support
  • 21st Century Learning
  • Cultural Proficiency & Inclusiveness

To propose a WellesleyPD course, please submit a Course Proposal to the Professional Development Coordinator.


Course Syllabus Resources

Wellesley Public Schools Course Syllabus Guidelines

Framingham State University Syllabus Guidelines

Framingham State University Syllabus Checklist


Become an Instructor

In order to offer graduate credits from Framingham State University for a WellesleyPD course, instructors must be approved by the university as adjunct faculty. Adjunct faculty need to have a minimum of a Master’s degree and two years work experience in the topic they will be teaching.

To seek approval as an adjunct faculty member, potential instructors should submit the following to the Professional Development Coordinator:

  • Current resume
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Graduate and undergraduate transcripts

Once received, these documents will be submitted for approval by the Director of Continuing Education at Framingham State University.