TeacherGoals Partners

We are a leading organization for educators, with one of the most engaged audiences around. We partner with up-and-coming brands and established brands to share their stories and offerings to educators and families. Interested in partnering with us, email us at contact@teachergoals.com
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The Teach Your Heart Out (TYHO) Conference offers valuable experiences that place the needs of educators and administrators front and center. Expanding into multiple annual events , TYHO has granted thousands of teachers an invigorating space to connect, learn, and share. Teach Your Heart Out partners with TeacherGoals to host conferences virtually and in person. 

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Quiver is your one-stop shop for Augmented Reality content and lesson plans for Pre K to Year 6 and beyond. Our Quiver App makes learning fun for everyone, helping teachers and students achieve their goals. Augmented Reality in the classroom improves engagement, motivation to learn & overall achievement! Try it out yourself and we are sure you will agree. 

Blankets of Hope is an educational 501(c)3 nonprofit that helps students practice empathy & kindness in an impactful service-learning experience. To date, over 50,000 students across‍ 43 states have experienced the life-changing benefits of giving back!

TeacherGoals has partnered with MidAmerica Nazarene University, MNU, to offer graduate-level continuing education credits for our qualifying courses, conferences, workshops, and book studies.

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All credits are offered through MidAmerica Nazarene University. Courses offered through TeacherGoals are non-degree seeking credits, and may not be transferred to a degree program at MNU. For more information please visit the MidAmerica Nazarene Continuing Education Department, here.

Most school districts nationwide accept credits from our program through MidAmerica Nazarene University. However, we highly encourage students to receive permission from their respective districts before enrolling.