Seattle, Washington | December 2–3, 2019
As states adopt more rigorous academic standards, schools must determine how to ensure all students—including English learners, children with special needs, children from poverty, and children facing trauma—learn at the highest levels. During this hands-on training, general and special educators will discover how to utilize PLC best practices to develop collaborative partnerships, close achievement gaps, and maximize learning for all.
Madison, Wisconsin | December 3–5, 2019
Seattle, Washington | December 4–5, 2019
Gain tools and protocols for designing quality assessments that enable teams to collect meaningful data and respond appropriately with interventions and enrichments.
Atlanta, Georgia | December 11–13, 2019
The Mathematics in a PLC at Work® Summit is led by educational thought leaders and acclaimed authors of the new book series Every Student Can Learn Mathematics. Committed to helping you design an effective K–12 mathematics program, these mathematics experts will share research-affirmed and proven strategies for your classroom, school, and district.
Regular Price: USD$689.00
Early Bird Price: USD$659.00
The Woodlands (Houston), Texas | January 21–23, 2020
Phoenix, Arizona | January 28–30, 2020
Achieve equity. Elevate learning. With top-notch training delivered by nationally renowned experts, the Summit will transform the way you think about PLC.
Charleston, South Carolina | February 24–25, 2020
During this two-day workshop, Sharon Kramer shares a clear path to continuous improvement. Teachers and administrators will discover how to work together as a team of leaders to create systematic processes and implement best practices that ensure the learning of every student.
Austin, Texas | February 25–26, 2020
The most common challenge for schools is how to transition from a culture of compliance to a culture of commitment. How to move from “doing” to “becoming”; from “my kids” to “our kids.”
Charleston, South Carolina | February 26–27, 2020
Maria Nielsen helps teams see the big picture of a PLC and put it all together in a recurring cycle of collective inquiry. The 15-day challenge is a practical way to bring the PLC process to life.
Austin, Texas | February 27–28, 2020
Learn how to provide the clarity, feedback, and support necessary for teams to grow in the right work and leave with a plan for implementing best coaching practices in your school or district.
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