i3 Digital Professional Development (PD) offers online courses in three different learning models. No matter the desired learning modality you may chose, the online course material is the same for our Independent Study and Facilitated Courses.
In today’s busy society, our independent study courses are very popular. Independent study courses allow participants to pursue learning at their own time and pace. IS participants can pursue topics and learn specialized material aligned to their own individual needs and depth all within their own timeframe. Designed for participants that want to guide their own learning experience.
90 day access
Open Discussion Forum
Reflective Journal Activities
Checks for Understanding
Let one of our experienced learning coaches provide a guided course experience. Facilitated courses offer a more traditional online learning classroom experience with experienced K-12 online and blended learning coaches to guide and support your learning. Our coaches expertise will facilitate the learning process in a one-month timeframe, and provide a certificate of completion that may be applied as continuing education units (verify with your school or District).
*All instructor led courses activities start on the first day the month and close on the last day of the month. All assigned work, must be completed within this timeframe.
(within the first 30 days)*
Certificate of Completion*
If your school or district is looking for a learning experience designed specifically just for your staff contact us about setting a collaborative cohort. Cohorts can include face-to-face workshop(s) and/or online webinar(s), followed by enrollment into our online courses. Let us design a personalized learning experience just for you.
The challenge for our education system is to leverage the learning sciences and modern technology to create engaging, relevant, and personalized learning experiences for all learners that mirror students’ daily lives and the reality of their futures.
Transforming American Education Learning Powered by Technology
National Education Technology Plan 2010, U.S. Department of Education