PLS Classes

Elevate Your Professional Expertise

PLS Classes participants engage in interactive instruction and discussion with personal assistance from experienced master facilitators. Learn researched-based strategies to immediately apply to your classroom. Discover how to motivate and engage learners to improve student achievement. Elevate your professional expertise and become a master instructor by enrolling in online and on-site classes offered through our accredited college partners. Get Started →

Self-Paced Courses!

Our self-paced courses allow you to work at your own pace with a dedicated facilitator. Get started today →

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What People Are Saying

  • “I thought that this class might be just another motivational session, but it was so different. There are so many strategies that I will be able to implement.”
    – M. Schmittling, Lebanon High School teacher/PLS 3rd Learning course participant
  • “As a new teacher right out of college, I did not want to go straight back to the same old college lectures. PLS 3rd Learning is so different! These classes are taught through activities, and offer ideas you can use in your own classroom.”
    – Judith Corcoran, teacher/PLS 3rd Learning course participant
  • “Because of these classes, my students are more engaged, behavior issues have become minimal and test scores have gone up.”
    – Dawn Czuba, teacher/PLS 3rd Learning course participant

Our Next Block of 4-Week Online Courses Starts Soon!

January 14th, 2021

We are offering two 4-week accelerated courses starting on February 2nd. Our 4-week courses have been designed to meet the… Continue Reading >

How to Help Your Remote and Hybrid Students Make More Meaningful Connections with Other Students

January 13th, 2021

For children, friendships are means to be forged through tactile moments and experiences. Little children build forts together, chase one… Continue Reading >

Brain Breaks: An Evidence-Based Behavior Strategy

January 6th, 2021

“Can we take a break?” How many times in a typical day do you receive that question from a student?… Continue Reading >