About The Heritage Institute

The Heritage Institute offers professional development for K-12 educators through online and distance courses. Continuing education quarter credits are available through Antioch University. Antioch CE credits are acceptable in most states for recertification and in most school districts for salary enhancement.

Helping Educators Make a Difference

The Heritage Institute helps educators make a difference in the lives of young people. Our teacher-tested courses help develop skilled, caring and enthusiastic educators who can count on our experienced faculty and applied learning course design to improve their students' engagement in learning, while encouraging character, caring and citizenship. Hear from some of the many teachers whose course work with The Heritage Institute has inspired success among their students. Read more

Teaching Tips
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  • What Are Your Students Thinking?


Lis Anna Christiansen

Mary Ann Johnson, Instructor
Teacher Feature
Teaching Global Citizenship through Travel
Lis Anna Christiansen, Lake Washington High School Kirkland, WA

I teach World Literature at Lake Washington High School in Kirkland, WA.  As a teacher liaison for the World Affairs Council, I connected with a Peace Corps volunteer in Namibia, Africa to facilitate a letter exchange between students.  I was excited; I lived in Namibia in 1998 while I studied post apartheid development, so I held a soft spot in my heart for the area.

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The World We Want - Earth, Justice & Spirit