Educators know the unique needs of their classrooms and should have the ability to choose the professional development (PD) that will create the most positive impact on their students’ learning lives. It is too often the case, though, that professional learning takes a backseat, getting caught up in budget-approvals and other red tape.

What if educators had the power to choose their own focused and bite-sized PD at an affordable price that they could apply to their practice immediately to see powerful results in the classroom?

Introducing Radical Learners.



Radical Learners offers educators a new way to access powerful ideas from top practitioners and industry thought leaders. Beginning with inaugural courses led by Jim Knight, courses covering a wide range of powerful topics led by a variety of influential instructors are always in development, with new courses added throughout the year.

Each on-demand course consists of 20+ lessons that range from 5-7 minutes in length. These hyper-focused and bite-size videos allow viewers instant access to content that is applicable immediately. The best part is: courses are offered on an educator-friendly budget. Radical Learners is a library of expert-led resources that will be a must-have for all educators.



In this inaugural course, Jim Knight introduces the foundational principles, skills, and framework necessary for the first 90 days of instructional coaching, including The Partnership Principles, The Impact Cycle, and resources for coaching in action.

Watch the trailer.


This course focuses on real, research-based strategies that have been proven to have an unmistakably positive impact in students’ learning and lives.

Learn more on the website.


Communication is essential for all relationships – coaching or otherwise. This course focuses on the beliefs and habits that support healthy and meaningful communication.

Learn more on the Radical Learners website.

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