certified educator program

Become an ASSISTments Certified Educator by completing our training modules and using ASSISTments regularly in your classroom. Certified Educators are awarded with an ASSISTments badge, complete professional development hours, and gain access to an exclusive community of teachers.

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ARE THERE ANY PREREQUISITES? No. Anyone, no matter their current level of ASSISTments use, can become certified. The certification requirements will require anyone going through the program to work with ASSISTments in their classroom, so it may take new ASSISTments users a little longer to become certified.

WHAT IS REQUIRED TO BECOME CERTIFIED? In order to be an ASSISTments Certified Educator, you must complete:

  • 4 required assignments - each with an associated optional learning module
  • 1 advanced assignment of your choice - with an associated optional learning module
  • 1 online workshop
  • 25 assignments to 15+ students with a completion rate of 60% or better within ASSISTments
  • The final completion form

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE? That depends on your level of ASSISTments use and understanding. For beginners, we estimate 6-8 hours to complete the certification modules in addition to the classtime needed to meet the assignment requirement. For advanced users who have already completed the assignment requirement, we estimate 3-4 hours.


  • Becoming a certified ASSISTments educator will give you confidence in using ASSISTments and ensure that you know the way to get the most out of your use of ASSISTments in your class. 
  • Certification is the first step in becoming an ASSISTments Ambassador.
  • Certified educators will be some of the first users to find out about and help us to try out new features in ASSISTments, as they become available.
  • Displaying the ASSISTments certified educator badge shares your knowledge of a useful teaching resource for other teachers

IS THERE A COST? No. Like ASSISTments, becoming an ASSISTments Certified Educator is always free!

HOW LONG IS CERTIFICATION VALID? ASSISTments Certified Educator certifications are valid for 2 years from the date you receive your certification. At that time, you can again go through the certification process to become re-certified.


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assistments ambassador program

The ASSISTments Ambassador program is an opportunity to elevate your voice as a trusted educator. Ambassadors love ASSISTments, want to inspire other teachers to use it in their classrooms, and to shape its future.

Apply to become an ambassador

The ideal ASSISTments Ambassador is a teacher who: is a regular ASSISTments user, truly believes in the learning platform, and is eager to be a part of ASSISTments’s growth. We work with each Ambassador to design the program that is right for them based on activities in three Ambassador Pathways.


Lead Digital Growth
Engage other educators by sharing your experience via social media, blogging your ideas, and vlogging ASSISTments in action.

Inspire School Leadership
Be a leader in your local area by hosting events, training other teachers, and spotlighting success in your classroom.

Build National Community
Represent ASSISTments at education conferences and in online teacher groups - and help strategize on the best new features to bring to classrooms.


  • Leadership and professional development
  • First access to new ASSISTments features
  • Funded trips to events and conferences
  • Influence the future of ASSISTments
  • Annual stipend


  • ~10hr/month in your Ambassador pathways
  • 1hr calls every other month with your Ambassador cohort
  • Complete the Certified Educator Program

ASSISTments Ambassadors join one of two year-long cohorts (beginning January and September).

1. Complete the Certified Educator Program
2. Submit the application below
3. We review applications in July and November for cohorts beginning in September and January
4. While you wait for our reply, join our Teacher Facebook group to engage in the teacher community

Apply to become an ambassador

Visit our blog for tips from teachers in our network on how you can make ASSISTments work for your classroom. From how to make the best use of limited class time, to using the common wrong answers feature for homework review, to setting up benchmark tests for learning units, these tips come straight from classrooms using ASSISTments.

tips from the blog

Using Common Wrong Answers for Homework Review
Using Common Wrong Answers for Homework Review

Create a data driven homework review.

Training Your Students
Training Your Students

Help students to inform their own learning through the use of ASSISTments

Tips from Teachers - Josh McMillen and Katie McCrary
Tips from Teachers - Josh McMillen and Katie McCrary

Tips from experienced ASSISTments educators.


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