Self-Paced Classroom Certification
Learn to run a classroom where students set their own pace -- with strategies and examples from expert Self-Paced Classroom educators!
What will you learn?
Introduction   4 mins
Discover the research-backed Modern Classroom instructional model, and see where self-pacing fits in.  
Practice #1: Must-Do/Should-Do/Aspire-to-Do Lessons   4 mins
Middle school science teacher Monte Woodard explains how she differentiates assignments to students who move at different paces.
Practice #2: Progress Tracking   4 mins
Third grade teacher Susan Bouslough demonstrates how she keeps track of her students’ progress through her units. 
Practice #3: Classroom Organization   3 mins
Modern Classrooms Project Head of Teaching & Learning (and former high-school History teacher) Kate Gaskill describes how a well-organized classroom facilitates self-paced learning.
Practice #4: Collaboration   3 mins
Middle school English teacher and instructional coach Toni Rose Deanon shows how students can work together while learning at their own pace.
Practice #5: Motivation   3 mins
High school Math teacher Michael Carr explains how he motivates students at all levels of ability.
Next Steps   2 mins
Learn what you can do to continue developing a blended, self-paced, mastery-based classroom of your own.
What will you get?
    A certificate of completion (PDF & LinkedIn)
    Continued education credit
    An exclusive badge
    Free access to The Modern Classrooms Project’s resources, templates, and exemplars.
To learn more about The Modern Classrooms Project, visit, or enroll in their free online course.