Austin, Texas | December 2–3, 2020
Gain tools and protocols for designing quality assessments that enable teams to collect meaningful data and respond appropriately with interventions and enrichments.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | December 2–3, 2020
Recognize the power that educator mindset has on student performance and develop a solid plan for unlocking the potential of every learner.
San Francisco, California | December 2–3, 2020
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.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | November 30–December 1, 2020
Deepen your understanding of formative and summative assessments, and learn how to design assessments that guide instruction, involve students, and communicate learning.
San Francisco, California | November 30–December 1, 2020
During this workshop, teams of teachers, counselors, building administrators, and district administrators will study four distinctive leadership behaviors proven to promote positive change: (1) communication, (2) trust-building, (3) professional capacity, and (4) universal accountability.
Austin, Texas | November 30–December 1, 2020
This two-day training identifies six phases every beginning teacher goes through, offering crucial advice and strategies for each. Participants will return to their schools with a yearlong action plan centered around research-based instructional and self-care practices that are essential to not just surviving, but thriving.
Vancouver, British Columbia | November 19–20, 2020
Creativity enhances the quality of our lives, encouraging us to look deeper, search wider, and explore multiple perspectives. During this small-group workshop, expert Katie White will prepare individuals and teams to leverage assessment to unlock student creativity.
Seattle, Washington | November 18–19, 2020
Over the course of two days, our experts outline how to make the shift to next generation learning and assessment. Participants will discover how to create personalized learning experiences, support student skill development, and effectively measure student mastery of critical competencies.
Kansas City, Missouri | November 18–19, 2020
During this two-day workshop, Sarah Schuhl 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.
Vancouver, British Columbia | November 17–18, 2020
During this workshop, teams of teachers, counselors, building administrators, and district administrators will study four distinctive leadership behaviours proven to promote positive change: (1) communication, (2) trust-building, (3) professional capacity, and (4) universal accountability.
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