Apply to Apple Learning Coach in the US


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We’re excited to share that Apple Learning Coach applications are open. We invite you to apply to this free professional learning program that trains instructional coaches and other coaching educators to help teachers get more out of Apple technology. 

The course consists of online self-paced lessons and two days of virtual workshops hosted by Apple Professional Learning Specialists, which leads to the creation of a Coaching Portfolio. This portfolio includes an action plan to support educators in taking their coaching to the next level. Apple Learning Coach has earned the ISTE Seal of Alignment for Coaches. 

Participants will now have up to 12 months from their acceptance date to complete the program. To learn more about the program, we encourage you to join an upcoming information session and apply.

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Posted on February 01, 2024

If you haven't completed the Apple Learning Coach program yet, I highly suggest you do so. It is a wonderful program that really gave me a deeper understanding of my role as a coach and my approach to working with teachers. I cannot recommend this program enough! 🫶🏻🫶🏻

Posted on February 21, 2024

I am on Unit 4 in the UK Cohort right now. This is so much more than going on a course!! The units are linked together in meaningful ways, the learning is centred on you and the teachers you coach and the resources are high quality. If you are new to coaching or looking to add more structure to your work then Apple Learning Coach is for you!

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