Find the resources you need to take digital teaching and learning to the next level.
What’s included in the Hapara suite?
Learn more about the Hapara suite and how it compares to other learning platforms.
Technical Implementation Questions
Find out everything you need to know to successfully deploy Hapara.
Chromebook Visibility Tools Comparison Chart
Learn how Hapara stacks up to other monitoring platforms.
The Evolution of Digital Citizenship
Schools need to prepare students for a more connected, more technological future. Learn how tools like Google and Hapara can support learners in gaining these critical life skills.
Personalized PBL with Hapara and Google Tools
Learn the eight elements of project based learning, how to personalize projects for every learner and how G Suite and Hapara make it easy.
The Evolution of Monitoring
When it comes to learners working online, where do you land? Learn how educators have evolved their monitoring policies in order to gradually release control to learners, giving them autonomy and agency over their digital learning.
Better Together: Build Your Digital Classroom with Google Classroom & Hapara
Find out how Hapara and Google Classroom work hand-in-hand. Google Classroom is a free resource that helps educators manage learners working in the cloud. Hapara is a suite of instructional management tools that offers visibility into learners’ work and insight into their browsing, while providing tools for differentiation and personalization. Together, they power a streamlined digital classroom that puts learners first.
Real-world, Hands-on, and Project-based – An Instructional Leader’s Guide to Authentic Learning
In this report, we break down everything you need to know about authentic learning, with examples of authentic learning projects created by educators from around the world. This guide is for all admins and teacher leaders hoping to positively impact their school communities.
The Evolution of Monitoring
When it comes to learners working online, where do you land? This e-book in which educators from around the globe reflect on their triumphs, failures and lessons learned from teaching in the digital age.
The Emperor’s New Edtech: Making the Digital Transition in Your School
When it comes to edtech, one size simply does not fit all. As more and more schools make the transition to digital learning, it can be easy to get caught up in the promises of exciting new tools when results are difficult to measure. This free e-book from Hapara expands on these tips for measuring the impact of new technology in your school or district, so you can make the best decisions for your learners.
High-quality project-based learning
Join us for a discussion on how to create the right conditions for project-based learning, and learn about what true PBL looks like in the classroom. Our guests, John Larmer and Rich Dixon of PBLWorks will be leading the discussion and sharing their expertise on effective PBL strategies.
The Evolution of Digital Citizenship
Find out how our Chief Learning Officer Wayne Poncia has seen expectations for students shift over the years and how you can use new technologies to help students meet these new learning goals.
Leading the Shift to Authentic Learning
Scott Lewis will teach you how to lead the shift to authentic learning. He’ll share how he supports teachers as they create authentic learning experiences for learners.
What does it mean to prepare students to be successful?
The world is not only changing; it has changed. Never before have we experienced the speed and volume of advancement as we have over the past two decades. Regardless of our personal preference and comfort, rapid change will remain an integral part of life for the foreseeable future. This is the reality our students will face when they complete their formal education, and this is what prompts us to embrace modern learning. Modern Learning seeks to prepare students for the realities of the modern world by matching the learning that takes place in schools with the realities of the modern workplace and life, in order to most effectively prepare students for success.
Using Hapara Workspace for personalized PBL
An inquiry based approach to learning is driven by learners’ curiosity about the world around them. It recognizes the importance of student voice and choice and encourages connection, cooperation, and collaboration by allowing students to pose and solve problems together and create new learning. In this webinar, Lenva Shearing will teach your how to bring inquiry based learning to your classroom with the help of Hapara Workspace and G Suite. Lenva has been a school leader in a school where Inquiry based learning was the basis of all teaching and learning programs.
The Evolution of Monitoring
As educators open the web to learners, there is an increased responsibility to ensure student safety. The challenge is – is this accomplished by locking down access and policing learner browsing, or through supervised self-monitoring and a gradual release of responsibility? Join Hapara for this webinar in which we will cover the stages of releasing control to learners as you make the shift to a more student-centered digital learning philosophy.
Deeper Learning in the Digital Age
Join Hapara’s Chief Product Officer, Wayne Poncia, as he takes a close look at deep learning – explaining what it is, what it looks like in the classroom and how you can help students take their learning further with the help of digital tools.
Data and Your Digital Adoption
In this webinar we will discuss how data can help illuminate and guide your district’s path of technology adoption. Specifically, we will address data sources and concerns, strategies for using data to inform decision making around technology rollouts, learning initiatives and professional learning and best practices for communicating data-driven insights to stakeholders.
The Personalization of Learning
At Ottawa Catholic School Board, our journey has combined the shifting of pedagogical practice with the infusion of technology to meet every student in their journey. This webinar will focus on how personalized learning has changed learning outcomes at OCSB and how technology has helped us increase student agency.
Authentic Writing and Literacy
We keep hearing about the importance of including authentic writing tasks in literacy education. But what does that really look like in a typical classroom? In this webinar, Randy Fairfield will provide strategies for engaging learners in authentic writing tasks, and will share some of the digital tools he recommends for creating deeper literacy learning experiences.
Using High Yield Strategies with Student Portfolios
During this webinar, Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Liz Thomas, will focus on the high-yield strategies of collaboration, feedback, reflection and checking for understanding when using digital portfolios. You’ll be shown an example of a portfolio template that focuses the high yield strategies. We will collaborate using Padlet and backchanneling through our online webinar site. Sound like fun? If so, please join me.
Digital Learning Environments for All Learners
Digital learning environments can provide unique ways to engage students and provide more personalized, student-centered learning. However, making the shift can be overwhelming. Where do you start? In this webinar, Beth Still, a K-12 Innovative Teaching and Learning Specialist for Gering Public Schools in Nebraska will share her approach to creating optimal digital learning environments using Hapara Workspace. Beth will teach you how to set up a Workspace that allows you to differentiate for your unique learners.
Removing Barriers – Allowing Learners Choice in Place and Time
Our learners have busy, diverse lives. Sometimes we forget that on top of completing their education, they may be competing in high-level sports or other activities. Some might be working part-time, or full-time, to help support their families. Some may even have children of their own. Others are ready to move beyond other learners their age and accelerate their learning, while other members of their class might need a little more time to work through the material. Allowing learners flexibility in what courses they take, when, and where, provides a greater opportunity for them to be successful at school. This webinar will highlight some examples of what Wolf Creek Publics Schools has done to remove barriers and enable learners to finish high school in ways that suit their lifestyles.
Leading PLCs to Develop Shared Understandings
In this short webinar, Louise Johnston will discuss what Professional Learning Communities are and how they can be used in a school or district to help educators come together around new curriculum initiatives. Louise will share tips for setting up PLCs in your school, as well as how she has used Hapara Workspace to lead PLCs that empower educators to implement and differentiate learning for all students in their learning communities and walk away with a deeper understanding of the curriculum they will teach.
Tips and Tricks for Providing Formative Feedback in Your Digital Classroom
Providing quick and meaningful feedback is one of the most important strategies teachers can leverage to propel student learning. In this webinar, Hapara Champion Trainer Randy Fairfield will share his tips and tricks for leveraging Hapara and other digital tools to provide learners with timely, actionable feedback.
Digital Citizenship for Today’s Classroom
In this special report by Hapara, Mike Ribble, lifelong educator, leader, and author of the Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship, makes a strong case for the inclusion of curriculum addressing digital commerce, digital etiquette, digital rights and law, online security, as well as health and wellness issues associated with using connected devices.
Instructional Management – 50 Years in the Making
What’s the difference between the Learning Management System and an Instructional Management System? Get the history and see the future. Instructional Management technology makes teaching and learning faster, easier, and more effective for teachers and learners. Download this white paper to learn why K12 schools around the world choose Instructional Management to meet their teaching and learning goals.
Using Edtech to Build Noncognitive Skills
Ultimately, we all want the same thing for our children. We want them to lead happy, healthy, productive lives. What can schools do to help families make that happen? Current research suggests that the answer to this question is a fairly simple formula that is, however, challenging to construct. Download this white paper to learn more about globally recognized schools that marry education technology with strong non-cognitive skills.