Become a Hapara Champion

At Hapara, we believe that meaningful, pedagogy-driven professional learning and outcomes-driven edtech integration produce positive educational transformation. The Hapara Champion Certification program is designed for educators and educator-leaders who are responsible for teaching, supporting, guiding, coaching and mentoring classroom teachers.

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Hapara Champion Educator

Hapara Champion Scholar

Hapara Champion Trainer

The Hapara Champion Program is our tried-and-true way to deepen educators’ Hapara skills and encourage engaging, instructional use.

The Hapara Champion Program is a leveled trio of online courses designed to quickly–but thoroughly–teach educators how to use Hapara, and give them opportunities to practice and reflect on their classrooms. It’s our best way of showing folks not just how to use Hapara but how to use it to support a positive, student-centered, 21st century classroom.

Since its launch in 2015, the Hapara Champion program has been a global success, with over 670 graduates around the world. Our Champions are district and regional leaders (and our pride and joy)!

Course Format:

The Champion courses must be completed in order: Educator, Scholar, then Trainer. All levels run for four weeks and are delivered through Hapara Workspace and a community board. Hapara Champion Educator is designed so you can learn and do the work on your own time (although we offer a helpful suggested timeline). The Champion Scholar and Champion Trainer courses are significantly more dependent on group feedback, so deadlines exist–but the work can be done on your time.

Certification is designed for current Hapara users, but there are some circumstances where we allow non-Hapara users to join. Email for more details.

Step 1: Hapara Champion Educator


Develop basic proficiency in the Hapara Suite—Highlights, Dashboard, and Workspace—from the point-of-view of a classroom teacher. Practice and reflect on positive, student-centered instructional use.


Beginning Hapara teachers and users; folks who are comfortable learning online or have a sense of adventure!

Course Fee:

For Hapara subscribers: FREE!

Step 2: Hapara Champion Scholar


Work with global or local standards as a lens into deeper Hapara usage. Think inside and outside the classroom to reflect on your teaching process with technology (Hapara and beyond) and create a standards-based Workspace for students. Hone the skills to become a consistent and positive model of Hapara’s commitment to transformative instructional practice.


Graduates of the Champion Educator program who are advanced Hapara teachers and users.

*You must have completed Champion Educator to be accepted into Champion Scholar.

Course Fee:

For Hapara subscribers: FREE!

Step 3: Hapara Champion Trainer


Expand classroom-level Hapara expertise and develop personal philosophies on transformative instructional practice to reach a school- or district-wide audience. Master the features of the Hapara Suite from the point-of-view of a trainer. Learn through experience how to teach and troubleshoot Hapara. Gather strategies and tips to create an exemplar Workspace for adult learners.


Graduates of the Champion Scholar program who are very advanced Hapara teachers and users; Teacher leaders, Technology coaches, Trainers within the school district.

*You must have completed Champion Scholar to be accepted into Champion Trainer.

Course Fee:

For Hapara subscribers: FREE!

“Analytics provides education professionals with visualizations of data that help them answer the big question: Has our investment in education technology paid off?”

Stephanie Myers
Consultant for Learning Technologies / Student Success
Ottawa Catholic School Board, Ottawa, Ontario, CA

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The more educators we have to learn and share ideas with, the stronger our community becomes. Spread the word about #HaparaChampion today to help us build this network of student-centered educators.

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