Keep Indiana Learning is proud to offer a plethora of professional development opportunities for educators both inside and outside of Indiana.
Keep Indiana Learning is a collaborative effort to develop and provide easy-to-access, high-quality professional learning for educators across Indiana. Our community cultivates a space for professionals with a desire to transform the landscape of education, aiming to remove all barriers to equitable, engaging learning experiences—for educators, leaders, and families.
Looking for PD on topics you want when you want? Look no further than the Keep Indiana Learning Engagement Center & YouTube channel! Both are filled with ready to use videos for learners of all ages.
At Keep Indiana Learning, we’re dedicated to helping Indiana teachers create an exceptional experience for their students. Learn about our resources.
We preach lifelong learning to our students, and we unconsciously learn new things every day. Nevertheless, it’s crucial to take intentional steps to boost your skills as an educator.
Student engagement has been a hot-button topic in the world of education for some time. Keep Indiana Learning is here to share a few engagement strategies for teachers.
Calling all early-childhood superstars: teachers, para-pro’s, assistants, directors, yes you! Is it an understatement to say that the early-childhood world is unlike anything else in education? I know, silly question, right? Welcome!
Relationships with our students are key. As educators, we know this is vital to student success. Research tells us there is a positive correlation between student engagement and academic success.
Teacher burnout is at an all-time high. Teacher turnover rates—in Indiana and nationwide—are increasing and are becoming increasingly expensive for districts. Educators and school districts nationwide are struggling.
Educators thrive when the light bulb moments occur, when students spring into action, and when students have their own curiosity bubbling in the classroom. How do we set the tone so that these wonderful classroom moments can occur more often?