AI in Education
|✅ Learn about artificial intelligence in the classroom
✅ Explore the advantages and limitations of AI for teachers
✅ Understand the ethics of AI in education
Google Workspace Advanced (V2)
This newly revised and updated version of our popular Google Beginners course takes you through everything you need to know to get started using Google Workspace features: Google Slides, Docs, Spreadsheets, and Forms. Learn how to integrate these productivity tools into your classroom to save time and stay connected.
Belfer National Conference for Educators
Designed to support accurate, meaningful teaching about the Holocaust, the Belfer National Conference for Educators is the US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s flagship event for secondary school educators across the country. The conference invites participants to engage with current historical research and instructional best practices. Educators discover and learn how to use various classroom resources, find inspiration in new ideas, and connect with peers engaged in similar work across the United States and worldwide.
OPI Teacher Learning Hub 2022-2023 Course Catalog
View the full OPI Teacher Learning Hub 2022-2023 Catalog by clicking this link.
New Standards for 2021: Overview and Implementation
This course will familiarize Montana educators with the five new or newly revised sets of standards that go into effect on July 1, 2021. You will learn how the standards overlap with one another and easily integrate with the school curricula program already in place!
How to enroll: visit the course on the Teacher Learning Hub
Advancement Courses: 100% Online Professional Development
Advancement Courses is a Montana OPI-preapproved provider offering 100% online professional development courses for K–12 educators. All courses are available for graduate credit or OPI renewal units for your license renewal and salary advancement needs. We offer 280+ courses in 20 different subject areas on foundational topics and emerging trends in education such as:
- Online, blended, and flipped learning
- Diversity, equity, and inclusion
- SEL, student anxiety, and trauma
- Core and specialized content areas
- Special needs and ESL/ELL
- Classroom management and instruction
…and many more. All courses are online, self-paced, and allow up to six months to complete. If you’re interested in earning graduate credit, you can choose to receive your transcript from multiple CAEP and regionally accredited university partners such as Southern New Hampshire University and Concordia University St. Paul.
Visit Advancement Courses for a complete list of courses.
More than Making the Grade: Standards-Based Grading and Reporting
This course provides an overview and planning process for implementing standards-based grading and reporting.
Created by Colet Bartow, Director of Content Standards and Instruction, OPI