Our courses are built by educators for educators nationally & internationally

They are immediately applicable in the classroom, designed for optimum participation, and informed by education innovation worldwide.

  • Courses are designed to be completed in 3 weeks and are worth 15-clock hours towards re-certification, with most eligible for college credit.

  • Courses are facilitated by experienced blended and personalized learning practitioners, who supplement online materials with project-based work, synchronous group activities, one-on-one coaching, and personalized feedback on assignments

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

  • Participants can control when and what to learn through On-Demand and Just-In-Time course offerings

  • Educators earn badges toward a Blended Learning certification, which is received after the successful completion of 6 courses

  • Courses can be delivered through the same Learning Management System utilized by students, modeling how to deliver an engaging experience

The course delivery and design models the instructional practices we are teaching, allowing enrollees to experience what it is like to be a blended, personalized learning student.

 
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’s professional development courses. The fact that the courses are designed by teachers, for teachers is evident from the start. I was also amazed at the excellence of the course 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