Educators Invited To Virtual Continuing Education Webinar & Job Fair Jan. 31

A.J. Juliani

American Heritage Schools, a top-ranked PK3 through grade 12 college preparatory school, invites educators from throughout the country to its virtual “Continuing Education Webinar and Job Fair” on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. From the convenience of their homes, attendees will learn about job opportunities and the benefits of teaching at American Heritage Schools’ campuses in Palm Beach and Broward counties.

Viewers will hear directly from American Heritage Schools President Dr. Douglas Laurie about how the mentoring program supports educators in their professional growth. They will also earn 1.5 hours of continuing education credit offered by the Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF) by attending a keynote address given by nationally recognized teacher A.J. Juliani, founder of Adaptable Learning, on the importance of adaptability in the classroom.

Educating students is hard work. It was before the pandemic, and it has continued to challenge all teachers, coaches, administrators and parents. Going from in-person teaching to remote learning and then to a hybrid approach, educators have seen the need for flexible curriculum and instruction. Juliani’s keynote builds on the best of what educators have done for years: adapt their instruction to meet the needs of their students.

Juliani serves on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and is the former director of learning and innovation for Centennial School District. As a curriculum coordinator, tech director, English teacher, football coach and K-12 instructional coach, he has worked toward innovative learning experiences for schools in various roles. Juliani is also an award-winning blogger, speaker and author of multiple books, including the best-sellers Adaptable, Empower and Launch.

American Heritage Schools is one of the top four largest private schools in the nation and among the top 20 largest employers in South Florida. It is headed by educators rather than a board of directors and maintains subsidiary departments in-house, such as admissions, human resources, curriculum development and marketing. The schools also offer free tuition for employees’ children and salary supplementation for additional roles, including tutoring during the year and teaching at the Summer Institute.

The Tuesday, Jan. 31 program will begin from 7 to 7:30 p.m. with “Learn About Opportunities and Benefits of Teaching at American Heritage Schools.” A.J. Juliani’s keynote speech “Adaptability in the Classroom” will follow from 7:30 to 8:20 p.m. The event will conclude with a question-and-answer session. It will be held virtually via Zoom. Attendees may watch from the convenience of their homes.

The virtual “Continuing Education Webinar and Job Fair” event is free to attend. For more information and registration, visit

For more information about American Heritage Schools’ open positions, visit