Teaching Transcripted Credit
Transcripted credit instructors teach college-level courses using NWTC curriculum at their high school. This helps high school students jumpstart their college careers and save money on their future degrees!
If you’re a high school teacher who teaches (or will be teaching) transcripted credit at your school, this information is for you. You’ll find teacher requirements along with helpful resources including the Dual Credit Resource Guide for High School Teachers and Administrators.
Step 1: Create or Update a NWTC ID# and Username.
Special Note: Email addresses for transcripted credit instructors must be the high school work email only. Example: email@example.com. This work email address is sent a security code to activate your NWTC ID/Username account. (Unsure if you have an existing NWTC ID#/Username? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Step 2: Submit a photo for an ID card.
An NWTC ID card that is required for all transcripted credit instructors. Photos should be submitted in JPG format.
Step 3: Complete and submit the following documentation as required:
- Qualification Application
- Copy of DPI License(s)
- Experienced Licensure Documentation
- Unofficial transcripts (Undergraduate & Graduate)
Mail or email documents and photo to:
NWTC/K12 Wendy Challis (SC206A)
2740 W Mason St, PO Box 19042,
Green Bay, WI 54307
Step 4: Meet annually with NWTC Faculty
High School Instructors are required to meet annually with NWTC Faculty to ensure curriculum and course content standards are met. Below is a list of options that NWTC provides.
- Spring Summit (Required)
- Train the Trainer course(s) - (Required for some courses)
- Separate meeting with NWTC Faculty
If you run into any difficulties with this process, please email K12relations@nwtc.edu or call 920-498-5571 for assistance.
Additionally, there are other resources and lab criteria that are required for Transcribed Credit. Please review the Transcribed Credit Policy & Procedures within the Dual Credit Resource Guide for more information.
Step 5: Create and email a class syllabus for your class
A PDF syllabus template is below. Email a copy of the completed syllabus to the identified NWTC department before the first day of your class. (This is standard procedure for all classes taught at NWTC.)
Teacher Requirements changing in 2023
Learn how to build content, grade, and more in Blackboard, the learning management system used at NWTC.
As a transcripted credit instructor, you have access to online videos and articles, ebooks, and more.