Agile Mind Virtual Institute

Seminars are 6-hour interactive live events delivered over 2 days. We suggest all new Agile Mind educators attend a New to… seminar before registering for additional sessions.

Sessions are 90-minute interactive live events that focus on specific best practices with Agile Mind tools. They provide opportunities for small groups of educators across the country to collaborate and exchange ideas.

Asynchronous Modules are designed for educators as an opportunity to access—and engage with—professional learning resources and activities independently. Modules include readings, videos, slide decks and participant activity sheets for reflection and application. Educators who complete a module will receive a certificate documenting 1.5 hours of virtual professional learning.

Can We Help?

Virtual Institute questions: summerpd@agilemind.com. Technical/logistical questions: support@agilemind.com or 866-284-4655

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“Great PD session! Informative, engaging, and exciting—looking forward to seeing how this may help assist in our efforts to provide engaging and meaningful instruction.”

New teacher, Ponaganset Middle School, Rhode Island

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“I feel that I gain valuable instructional strategies to use in the classroom as well as share with other teachers who were unable to attend in our district.”

Returning teacher, Haysville Middle School, Kansas

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“I appreciated all of the specific strategies that were shared in our groups. I like when there’s a practical component to training that I can try out right away.”

College-ready math initiative leader, Tacoma, Washington