Clock Hours

**Update! Clock hours earned through pdEnroller will be automatically uploaded to E-Certification starting in January 2021**
Processing Clock Hours in pdEnroller
  • Assigning a Clock Hours Manager

All principals should assign a Clock Hours Manager for their school and have that manager create or activate their pdEnroller user account here: https://www.pdenroller.org/welcome

All principals should then submit the name and email address of their assigned Clock Hours Manager to Lisa O’Leary.

  • Creating or Activating pdEnroller Teacher Accounts

All teachers should create their pdEnroller user account, if they do not already have one or have not activated it yet. Please click on the following link to find pdEnroller Onboarding Process Instructions: https://www.pdenroller.org/welcome

BEWARE of Creating Duplicate User Accounts!

Users should be discouraged from creating multiple pdEnroller user accounts, as that will split their clock hours between multiple transcripts. When they activate/create their pdEnroller account, Clock Hour Managers should encourage staff to try all possible email addresses they may have previously used for registrations or clock hours. They can also log in with their EDS account.

If someone finds they have multiple pdEnroller accounts, please contact Lisa O’Leary at lisa.oleary@seattlearch.org She will help you with the registration process.

  • Instructions for submitting a clock hour proposal in pdEnroller – to be submitted by the school Clock Hours Manager

Submit the clock hour proposal a minimum of ten (10) days prior to the first day of the scheduled in-service. For Instructions on how-to submit a clock hour proposal in pdEnroller, click here.

If the proposal is complete, you will receive an email from pdEnroller confirming the proposal has been approved. It will detail the number of clock hours for which it has been approved and will provide a clock hour claim code for faculty to request clock hours at the conclusion of the event.

If the clock hours proposal needs editing, your proposal will be returned to you as a DRAFT. You will receive an email with comments included so you can edit as appropriate and resubmit the proposal within the timeframe needed for clock hour approval.

Classes approved for clock hours must be a minimum of 1 hour in length. They may be held over a series of days. For example: A ten clock hour class may be 10 one-hour sessions or 5 two-hour sessions, or 4 two and one-half hour sessions, etc. Meal times and breaks cannot be included when calculating the number of clock hours requested.

Clock hours are offered in half hour increments and rounded down to the nearest half hour. For example, a class lasting 3 hours and 45 minutes is eligible for 3.5 clock hours.

If applying for Clock Hours for PLC Training or a Series of Workshops, you will need to upload all agendas at the time you submit the clock hour Proposal.

  • For instructions on how participants request clock hours with a claim code at the conclusion of an event, click here.
  • For instructions on how to print an official transcript, click here.

Should questions arise on your clock hours proposal, please contact Lisa O’Leary at elizabeth.oleary@seattlearch.org or by calling (206) 382-4843.

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Examples of how to complete clock hour applications:

I. Make sure to fill out (describe) the Description of your training, for example:

NO GOOD Description: PLC Meetings

GOOD Description:

Our school uses the Accelerated Reader program to help students in grades K-8 develop a love of reading and increase their reading comprehension skills. We implemented the program 2 years ago with initial training for existing staff. In the wake of Covid and with the addition of new staff members over the last 2 years, we have found that the program is not currently being implemented with fidelity across the grades. Much of this is due to lack of ongoing training and lack of time to evaluate MAP data in order to appropriately set student reading levels and AR goals. This training will emphasize the key features of the program, the criteria used at our school for setting student goals, and ways to support increased student growth in reading using the AR program.

II. Program Objectives: Enter three or more objectives to your proposal (what attendees will learn and/or will be able to do as a result of this event).

III. Course Dates: If you are applying for training happening over a few dates/over the course of the academic year (PLCs), please enter each date separate.

IV. Agenda:
An agenda is required to propose clock hours. Please enter an agenda for each DATE/Course.

V. Sign in Sheets/Attendance logs: Please upload sign in sheets (if onsite meetings)/attendance reports (if virtual meetings) soon after trainings conclude so that attendance can be verified and clock hours awarded.