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At PowerMyLearning, we believe that the power of technology lies in its ability to strengthen the learning relationships among educators, families, and students. When these relationships are properly supported, they fuel both personalized instruction and student-driven learning. Learn more about our approach here.
Since 1999, we have been partnering with schools and organizations to advance personalized instruction and drive student ownership of learning both inside and outside of the classroom. We offer a range of live online professional development webinars that can help build the capacity of your organization’s staff through hands-on learning led by our experienced educators.
By purchasing a webinar, you will receive free membership in the PowerMyLearning Network. Your organization will be joining a community of partners across the country who believe in the power of digital learning to enhance the key interactions among educators, parents, and students. Members include innovative school districts; charter management organizations; education organizations; libraries; and community-based organizations.
Learn more about the benefits of being a PowerMyLearning Network member.
Our webinars are ideal for schools and organizations that recognize the power of digital learning to enhance their educational programming so that it better supports students. Schools and organizations should have a demonstrated interest in adopting blended learning and the effective use of digital resources.
Webinars are delivered live online, exclusively for your organization, and structured so attendees can actively participate. We will work with your team to select a date and time that works best for your group.
All webinars and support sessions are led by former educators with experience using digital learning to propel student success. Prior to holding a webinar or support session, we will consult with your team to ensure that the content is tailored to have the greatest impact on your staff members.
“I was really touched by the interest of the parents and students that on my drive home I was thinking how great it would be to work with kids.”