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Our Professional Development programs are built by educators for educators nationally & internationally

Courses are designed to be completed in 3 weeks and are worth 15-clock hours towards recertification, eligible for college credit

• Courses are facilitated by experienced accredited practitioners, who offer coaching that is supported by digital content focused on specific problems of practice and project-based work

• Learning progressions through programs guide educators through personalized pathways from introductory through advanced levels of knowledge and experience, meeting the instructional needs of participants

• Participants receive real-time support and can control when and what to learn, contacting facilitators via phone, email and text, and accessing digital content and learning communities

• All courses are university accredited. Each course worth 1 college credit.

• Onsite workshops available upon request

The program delivery and design models student-centered instructional practices, allowing enrollees to experience what it is like to be a personalized learning student

 
 

WORKSHOPS

Workshops at iLearnCollaborative

iLC now offers onsite workshops for our professional development courses. Participants will receive hands-on training in student-centered instructional best practices from expert blended and personalized learning facilitators. Workshops are tailored to your teachers’ specific learning needs.  

Current Workshop Offerings:

Introduction to Blended Learning

Instructional Best Practices in Blended Learning

Creating Digital Content for Blended Learning

If you are interested in scheduling a workshop or discussing customized content development for an onsite training, please contact Jill Pellegrini.

 
As an educator who has spent most of my career in online and blended learning, I have been so impressed by the high standards of iLearn Collaborative. The fact that the programs are designed by teachers, for teachers is evident from the start. I was also amazed at the excellence of the content and the expertise of the facilitator - I learned so much from both! Novice teachers who are just beginning their journey into blended or online learning will walk away with concrete, easily-implementable steps to take to immediately improve their learners’ experiences; experienced practitioners will find new and up-to-date frameworks, tools, and best practices to help them continue to refine their craft.
— Elizabeth LeBlanc, Taos Academy Charter School