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  1. RTI at Work™ Workshop

    Des Moines, Iowa |  April 30–May 1, 2024

    Presenters: Bob Sonju

    Discover how to build and sustain a schoolwide or districtwide RTI program that is efficient, effective, and equitable.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  2. Yes We Can! An Unprecedented Opportunity to Improve Special Education Outcomes

    Salt Lake City, Utah |  May 1–2, 2024

    Presenters: Paula Maeker

    During this hands-on training designed for school or districtwide teams, general and special educators will discover how to utilize PLC best practices to develop collaborative partnerships and identify high-leverage structures and strategies that will level the playing field, accelerate learning, and support success for all students.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  3. Developing PLCs for Singletons & Small Schools

    Des Moines, Iowa |  May 2–3, 2024

    Presenters: Aaron Hansen

    This highly interactive two-day workshop lays out a framework for small schools or schools with singleton teachers to collaborate meaningfully in order to help students learn skills that really matter. Following a seven-step framework, you’ll learn how to develop a schedule that allows for effective teaming for all, determine collaborative essential outcomes, set SMART goals, and monitor progress throughout.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  4. Accelerate to Educate: Overcoming Learning Gaps Workshop

    Tucson, Arizona |  May 6–7, 2024

    Teams are invited to a working two-day conference where they share the acceleration pathway, providing practical instructional strategies to ensure high levels of learning for all. Time will be allotted throughout the conference for teams to develop their own acceleration plans with the support of our expert practitioners.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  5. Leading a PLC at Work® Districtwide Workshop

    Tucson, Arizona |  May 8–9, 2024

    Presenters: Janel Keating

    Ensure your school district is doing the right work, the right way, for the right reasons. In this highly interactive workshop, Janel Keating will demonstrate how to align the work of every PLC team districtwide—from the boardroom to the classroom.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  6. The 15-Day Challenge: Putting All the Pieces of Daily Life in a PLC at Work® Together Workshop

    Little Rock, Arkansas |  May 8–9, 2024

    Presenters: Maria Nielsen

    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.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  7. Behavior Solutions: A Practical Road Map for Behavior Success in All Tiers Workshop

    Virtual Event |  May 15 & May 22, 2024

    Fostering positive behavior by utilizing the PLC at Work® and RTI at Work™ processes will boost your school’s positive school culture, increase attendance, improve behavior, prepare students for life, and address inequities in school discipline. This workshop is designed to create a practical road map for meeting the needs of the whole child.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  8. Cultivating Educator Wellness for Elevated Student Achievement and Teacher Retention

    Indianola, Iowa |  June 13–14, 2024

    In an educational landscape marked by increasing demands, it's crucial to recognize that the well-being of educators directly impacts student success and teacher retention. This two-day workshop is an immersive experience designed to equip educators with the tools, strategies, and routines they need to prioritize their well-being, ultimately leading to improved student outcomes and increased job satisfaction.

    $769.00

    Seats available


  9. Literacy in a PLC at Work®

    Irving, Texas |  October 21–22, 2024

    In this two-day symposium, authors Jacquie Heller and Paula Maeker will lead K-6 educators through a process using their T.E.A.M.S framework that makes high levels of learning for all literacy scholars not only possible, but probable and practical.

    $769.00

    Seats available