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Great Value! Get $1,850 worth of courses for $79/month

  • Unlimited access to all our courses that support K12 teachers in creating more ‘AHA‘ moments in the classroom, whether you’re remote, in a blended environment or after-school as part of an enrichment program.  
  • Access to student video links to assign directly to your virtual, in-person, or hybrid classroom
  • 20% off teacher kits for the three courses that require supplies. BitSpace provides all supply lists with these courses. We make no profit from the sales of supplies.


Unconditional 5-day money back guarantee if you are unsatisfied for any reason.

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21 On Demand Courses

Our courses meet you wherever you are on your journey.  You choose the courses that are right for you, take what you want, when you want and where you want!

Expert Instructors

Our active, master teachers are working in the trenches just like you.  They’ve made all the mistakes first and only share their most effective strategies with you. 

Accreditation Available

Earn the professional development hours you need for licensing* 

*BitSpace courses are accredited by the IL Digital Educators Alliance and the IL State Board of Education.  Reciprocal agreements are in place with most states in the US.

Featured Courses

Prototyping with Purpose: Human-Centered Engineering Design Challenges

2 Professional Development Hours

Grades Level: 4-8

This series of seven challenges engages students in the positive power of engineering and human-centered design. Lessons are designed to make it easy for grade 4-8 teachers to deliver remotely and include instruction as well as videos that can be assigned directly to students. The culminating challenge gives students the opportunity to create an initial prototype of an upper limb prosthetic.

Reinventing the Room: Building Community

1 Professional Development Hour

Grade Level: K-12

In this mini-course led by veteran teacher and instructional coach Melissa Barry, teachers will gain access to a host of activities to build community and engage learners.

3D Printing Prosthetics to Teach Engineering, Anatomy, and Empathy

6 Professional Development Hours

Grade Level: 4-8

Created in collaboration with e-NABLE, this course leads teachers in powerful professional development that enables them to engage learners in empathy, problem-solving, and skill building as students learn about limb differences, anatomy, 3D printing, and assembling prosthetic hands.

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quotation marks“I really enjoyed this course! It was very informative and supports my philosophy of what education should be. I want to thank you also for the thought-provoking exercises.....WOW! Organizing my thoughts and putting my plan on paper really helped me visualize how I was going to utilize this in my classroom. I cannot wait to put my plan into action and share it with my colleagues:)"

Richelle Metz

quotation marks"I learned more in that 45 minutes than maybe ever!"

Deborah Vichos

quotation marks“This was a great course. I enjoyed thinking about how to use more design challenges in my classroom. It was also real in letting me think about my "not-to-do" list. I feel like this can help me when I get back into my non-virtual classroom as well as giving my students optional tasks for home learning and design.”

Megan L. Hennessy-Seguin

quotation marks “I really did enjoy the course and learned a lot! It was awesome and I really liked the format. I am thrilled that I will be able to use these materials next year! ”

Lori Granite

Get the Support You Need to Revolutionize Education

Subject Areas
Materials Needed
Plug & Play Design Challenges
Subject Areas
  • Lessons made for remote teaching
  • Instruction + videos included (can be assigned to students)
All challenges use materials found around the house or in the recycling
Remote & Blended Learning Engagement Strategies
Subject Areas
  • Real classroom demos
  • Tried and true strategies for transition to hybrid learning
No extra supplies needed.
(Required tech tools have free subscriptions.)
Courses for STEM & Makerspace Educators
STEM and makerspace
Pedagogy, tools & techniques for teaching maker education lessons
Works for remote or hybrid learning
Materials vary per course. Please see each course page for details.
Enrichment Course Delivery Training for Teachers
Subject Areas
Hands-on enrichment
Professional Development training (6 hrs) to apply design thinking and woodworking or electronics and art principles
Teacher kits sold separately at 20% off.
*We do not make any profit from kits

Meet Your Master Teachers

Melissa Barry

Melissa Barry is committed to creating an engaging classroom on and offline. With over 17 years of instructional leadership and teaching experience, Melissa believes that student success is built from creating meaningful relationships. Currently an English teacher for Carlsbad Unified School District, Melissa is working with teachers in her district to create robust, engaging learning environments. Melissa is a former speech and debate coach, ASB director, and is currently the Link Crew Coordinator at her site. She believes that passion, creativity, and a willingness to take risks, builds culture in any learning environment. 

Samantha Gleisten

Samantha Gleisten is the Director of Learner Experience Design at BitSpace, where she works to share professional development opportunities in making and constructivist teaching with educators across the country. Prior to her work with Bit Space, Sam was a classroom teacher for 15 years and was awarded an Unsung Heroes Award by Voya for her work implementing a problem solving curriculum in the classroom. 

Patrick Benfield

Patrick Benfield is a maker educator with 14 years of classroom teaching experience in both public and private schools and is the founding director of two educational makerspaces.  He is also the Lead Mentor for The University of Texas at Austin UTeach Maker teacher fellowship program and the Education Coordinator for Maker Faire Austin. Most recently, Patrick co-founded  co.lab // Community Makers,  a non-profit fab lab and creative studio that supports people of color, the queer community, the economically disadvantaged, and other underrepresented groups.