UTeach Academy of Innovative Teaching and Learning 

Instruction that motivates students in a completely online environment is possible. The UTeach online Blended Learning professional development shows you how to do this!

New cohorts begin monthly through the spring, summer, and during the school year.

We can help.

Explore our Foundations of Blended Learning course and see below for our other course offerings.

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Earn a UTeach designation by completing courses in the UTeach Academy of Innovative Teaching and Learning. We offer courses packaged in learning series to allow you to design a learning experience personalized to your needs and goals. 

Courses are also available individually or in customized packages. All courses are online and are eligible for CPE credits. 

UTeach Blended Learning Series

Earn your UTeach Blended Learning designation. You'll create blended learning activities to implement in your own classrooms, receive individualized feedback on your work products, and participate in collaborative discussions. 

UTeach Inquiry-Based Learning Courses 

Earn your UTeach Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning designation. You’ll review inquiry-based instructional strategies and learn content-specific practices that recognize the diverse perspectives students bring to the learning experience. 

Throughout my experience with the UTeach course, you have been totally on target. Your high levels of professionalism—which included great organization, clear and concise explanations/directions, fast responses to emails and pre-thinking and pre-problem solving issues—were incredible. Thank you for making this professional development one of the best that I have ever taken.  — Middle school science teacher, Austin ISD

UTeach Project-Based Instruction Series 

Earn your UTeach Project-Based Instruction (PBI) designation. You'll learn how project-based instruction helps engage students, make content relevant, and provide active learning experiences, and you'll create project-based activities for your own classroom.

Foundations of Restorative Practices in K-12 Classrooms

Learn about using Restorative Practices to create a calm, safe, learning environment and build positive relationships. You’ll engage in relevant examples, practice strategies with peers, and create an action plan with progress monitoring.

UTeach Computer Science Principles

UTeach AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) is an equity-focused and College Board–approved curriculum.

Districts that join the UTeach STEM Educators Association (USEA) receive a 20% discount on UTeach online professional development. More details on the USEA website.