• Free to register, attend, and participate!
  • Connect with your peers and hear about what works for others in the community.
  • Attendees will get a certificate of attendance that can count toward a CEU credit.
  • Can’t attend live? Register anyway and we'll send the recording to your inbox.

School and district leaders share their insights on how digital curriculum can empower educators and students. Learn best practices that you can apply to your own programs.

Problem-solving sessions will focus on processes and tools found in Apex Learning courses. Participate in these sessions then follow your district guidelines to request a professional learning credit.

ATTEND SESSIONS. Combine one, two, or three 30-minute PL sessions offered around a single topic. Certificates of attendance will be provided, and these sessions will always be available on demand to meet your space, place, time, and path.

PARTICIPATION ARTIFACTS. Sessions will focus on processes and tools found in
Apex Learning courses. Outlines and graphic organizers will be provided for before, during, and after learning in each session.                       

SUBMIT FOR CREDIT. Follow the PL requirements for your local school system to attain a professional learning credit.

College Readiness
Dropout Prevention & Recovery
Summer Programs
Alternative Programs
Middle School
Credit Recovery
Personalized Learning
Virtual School
Digital Curriculum
Summer School
Blended Learning
Virtual Learning
Alternative Learning
Professional Development
Learning Recovery
Searched by:
May 12, 2021
Kathy Moffitt, Director of Administrative Projects at Anchorage School District & Carol Boatman, Director of Learning Innovation and Principal at Anchorage Virtual School
May 20, 2021
Betsy Corcoran, Co-Founder of EdSurge, Kimberly Smith of Digital Promise, and Jean Sharp, Chief Academic Officer of Apex Learning
June 09, 2021
Josh Silver, Director of Online Teaching and Learning at Las Cruces Public Schools & Lisa Rowbotham, Director of Elementary and Secondary Education at Passaic Public Schools
June 24, 2021
Deborah Delisle, CEO and President of Alliance for Excellent Education