LEGO® Education Professional Development
A personalized learning program that inspires teachers to learn, practice, and master competencies that support playful, hands-on STEAM learning with maximum impact on student outcomes.
Facilitate Hands-On, Playful STEAM Learning
LEGO® Education Professional Development inspires teachers to learn, practice, and master competencies so they can facilitate hands-on, playful STEAM learning with their students. Teachers actively engage in this experiential, personalized professional learning program designed to produce a strong set of transferrable instructional skills and strategies that foster student success. The professional development builds on a competency-based framework and offers micro-credentials as reward and recognition for learning.
Free, online, on-demand, self-guided learning targets individual needs and learning preferences. With our full library of courses teachers can improve one targeted competency with each quick Learning Burst or expand their learning to four competencies through longer Learning Quests.
Self-guided learning provides access anywhere and anytime to:
- Interactive competency-based courses
- Product video tutorials
- LEGO® Education learning philosophy and resources
Facilitated learning provides full-day training courses led by a certified LEGO® Education trainer. These virtual or on-site courses are engaging learning experiences that further build confidence and competence toward facilitating hands-on, playful STEAM learning. Facilitated learning includes:
- Project-based learning courses
- Hands-on product training courses
Coaching is a personalized, approachable, and active program that helps to continuously build teaching practices for delivering engaging, hands-on, playful STEAM learning. Led by a certified LEGO® Education coach, the program focuses on transferring professional learning to individual classroom environments.
- Lesson Delivery Coaching
- Lesson Preparation and Reflection Coaching
LEGO® Education is not an accredited institution. Those who wish to learn more about professional development credits or professional learning credits should contact their school or district for more information.