Prairie Public’s Weekly Webchat series is designed to help teachers like you explore resources, get inspiration, test ideas, and connect with like-minded educators—all from the cozy, convenient comfort of your home or classroom. It's the ultimate in flexible, personalized PD.

Each chat delivers content you can use the next day and features area educators sharing ideas and resources on a wide range of educational topics. Earn continuing education credit that’s just right for YOU. Choose the topics that interest you and support your students, then attend or watch the recorded chats. Accumulate 15 hours for 1 credit. It’s PD for YOU, when you need it!

REGISTER FOR 2019 - 2020

Sign up for our live chats to help you connect to others teaching the same content as you! Click on this link for the English Chats or this link for the Math Chats. On the day of the chat, use this link to join the conversation!

English Chats, Mondays @ 8pm:

January 13, 27

February 10, 24

March 9, 23

April 6, 20

May 4

Math Chats, Wednesdays @ 7pm:

January 15

February 12

March 11

April 8

May 13

Looking for sparks of educator inspiration but don't need credit? Watch webchats recorded in 2020, and webchat videos in 2019.

Have a chat request? Send your ideas or questions to


Sign-up for credit through your preferred provider. Then email to be added to the course Google Classroom and access all the chat content.



University of North Dakota

Dickinson State University

VCSU Class # 19608, code #TW741

What teachers are saying about the Weekly Webchat series:

“I am hoping my assistant coach can run practice while I watch/do the March webinars, but in case that doesn’t work I am glad you have them recorded! I am loving PD for Me. Thanks for all your hard work!” – Julie, High School Teacher, Richland, ND

“Tons of great info today! Can’t wait to start using it!” – Flipped Classroom Attendee

“Lots of info ... need to dig in and explore now!” – Writer’s Workshop Attendee

“Thank you very much and this was a great session! I’m just beginning the use of VR in the classroom and your ideas will be helpful.” – Mystery Skype & VR Attendee