A distance learning and community platform specially designed for AFT members.
This research-based program consists of courses that address teaching and learning aspects of the classroom that both new and veteran teachers experience.
The Differentiation course, as with all of AFT’s research-based training modules, is designed to foster reflection on research, consideration of the research for application to classroom practice, and dialogue with other professionals as a way to expand professional knowledge.
Before you settle into your new and developing eLearning community, ask yourself: How much is my state or school district spending on EdTech each year? Learn more about how you can contribute and sign up for this new AFT eLearning commmunity.
On this page, you’ll find a wealth of information on health and safety topics for our members across all five of our divisions – Teachers, Paraprofessional and School-Related Personnel, Public Employees, Higher Education Faculty and Staff and Nurses and Health Professionals.
Enjoy facilitated and asynchronous self-paced courses that meet the needs of any busy schedule.
Join communities and engage your AFT colleagues from across the country based on your constituency, course, event or topic
Advance your career by taking distance learning courses and earning a certificate for every course you take.