Equip your teams to deliver professional development that meets members where they are, in person or online.
Keeping in mind your association’s mission, its experience with online learning, and members’ ambitions can help you choose the learner experience model that best fits your needs.
Non-credit programs can help institutions work closer with workforce partners and appeal to more learners.
See how Longwood Gardens is making professional development for teachers more applicable, accessing, and engaging than ever—even if they’re not there in person.
Create experiences that give members what they’re looking for and advance your association’s goals.
Professional development is foundational to educator skill growth, confidence, adaptability, and resiliency
To remain competitive and engage every learner, associations need to cater to a multigenerational membership base.
Individual and organizational types of learning are must-haves for companies to survive in the age of disruption.
D2L will be there to discuss professional development a the world’s largest gathering of education ministers.
ISTE U offers a course and resources to prepare teachers and students for the digital environment
Insights and observations from this year’s ISTE conference. Here’s what we learned
Read about this amazing partnership and the benefit to K-12 teachers in North America