Project Lead the Way

Access your online account with Project Lead the Way by using my.pltw.org. Project Lead the Way or PLTW is a non-profit organization in the United States. The company develops STEM curricula for almost all levels of education – elementary, middle and high school. It also provides professional development training for teachers and instructors.

The mission of the company is to prepare learners for the global economy by providing K-12 STEM programs to public, private and charter schools all over the United States. PLTW provides problem-based curriculum as well as teacher professional development. It has received funding from governments of several states such as New York, Indiana, Iowa, and South Carolina. Find out more on my.pltw.

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How to Log In on My.PLTW Online Portal

If you want to access your account with Project Lead the Way through this portal, just follow the indicated steps below:

  1. Type in your username and password on their respective spaces and use the ‘Log In’ button to proceed to your account.
  2. In the event that you forget your password, use the appropriate link to get help right away.

How to Create an Account with My PLTW

If you want to create an account with Project Lead the way today, just go through these following instructions:

  1. Use the ‘Create Account’ link on the portal to get to the proper page.
  2. On the next page, enter your active email address on the space provided and use ‘Create your Account’ button to complete the process.

What is PLTW LMS?

LMS stands for Learning Management System. It is a method of curriculum delivery, professional development and interaction between teachers and students. The company’s curriculum is only accessible through its LMS – which both learners and instructors access through myPLTW. The company has chosen an easy-to-use, cloud-based LMS for the convenience of its users. In fact, it is continuously making improvements in its information technology infrastructure to better serve the company’s network of clients (students, schools and teachers).

For further assistance, you can directly send in your email to [email protected]. You may also fax in your concern to 317-663-8296 or call these numbers: 317-669-0200 (local) and 877-335-PLTW (toll free).