Common Sense Educators are committed to helping kids and schools thrive in the digital age. Anyone who is an educator -- whether a classroom teacher, administrator, tech coach, librarian, homeschool teacher, preservice teacher, parent coordinator, or community partner-- can become a Common Sense Educator.
ISTE Certification is a competency-based, vendor-neutral teacher certification based on the ISTE Standards for Educators. It recognizes educators who use edtech for learning in meaningful and transformative ways
With new topics every month, the eLearning Lab hosts eLearning webinars. Digital tools, online resources, learn about all of it in a live forum or archived recording.
See the current topics and register for webinars here.
Search archived recordings here.
The Office of eLearning is committed to supporting Indiana teachers as they continue to shift from traditional textbooks to digital instructional materials to support student learning.
All educators in the state of Indiana are invited to join the conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to receive PGPs. Visit the eLearning Book Club Blog to get more information and join in the conversation.
Learning from colleagues via Twitter provides some of the best professional development around. Connect with technology empowered educators in Indiana through #INeLearn. Conversation peaks Thursday nights when we host our #INeLearn Chat at 9:00 (ET). Learn more about the chat and its topics at the #INeLearn Chat Blog.
Indiana celebrates Digital Learning Month in February in connection with National Digital Learning Day. See what educators and administrators LOVE about digital learning in the Hoosier state! Get new ideas and resources for the classroom and connect with others.
Indiana's eLearning Coach Community is a support network for the growing number of eLearning coaches, technology integration specialists, and other professionals focused on helping educators master the art of teaching and learning in technology-rich environments.
For expertise in education technology, you'll want to visit The eLearning Speakers Bureau. This directory of experienced presenters was developed to support training opportunities. If you are an eLearning leader in Indiana, directions for submitting your information can be found on the second slide. We'd love to add you to the list!
The Summer of eLearning features conferences across the state focused on engaging students in technology-rich work. For information about hosting a summer conference, visit the grant application page.