Course Starts: November 2nd
Review research on student motivation and student engagement and learn strategies that work in an online or hybrid environment for students of various ages. Adapt what has worked in your classroom to take advantage of your new context and get feedback from other educators from around the world on your plans.
The course will take 2-4 hours per week to complete and can be done at your own pace and on your own time. Teachers who submit a class project and provide feedback to the other students in their group will receive 12 hours of professional learning credit.
Week 1 - Introduction to the topic, featuring a webinar with guest expert(s) (which you can attend in real-time or watch at your own convenience), curated resources, and a moderated online discussion.
Week 2 - Further exploration of the topic, featuring a second webinar with guest expert(s) (which you can attend in real-time or watch at your own convenience), curated resources, and a moderated online discussion.
Week 3 - Application of your learning, through a scaffolded project, access to scheduled office hours with the course facilitators to answer your specific questions, and a moderated online discussion.
Week 4 - Group feedback on class projects and final reflections on the course.
The following discounts are available for groups:
For 6-10 registrants use discount code ENGAGE10 at checkout for 10% off your registration.
For 11+ registrants use discount code ENGAGE20 at checkout for 20% off your registration.
Bank Transfer payment options are available for large groups of 11 or more. If you would like to pay via wire transfer, please complete this form and email email@example.com to receive instructions.
Meet the Course Facilitators
Carlos is a Physical Education and Project X Coordinator at Saigon South International School. He has a passion for community building and growing through PLNs. He has taught in Guatemala, Italy, China, and now Vietnam.
Theresa began her journey as an international educator in Peace Corps Thailand, where her interest in cultivating world citizens peaked. Following her two years of service, Mrs. Montenarello started her job at the International School of Aruba where she has taught both secondary mathematics and third grade incorporating hands-on, collaborative experiences. Theresa Montenarello holds a Master of Education in STEAM, a Bachelor of Science in childhood education, a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, and a lower elementary Montessori certification.