Grand Rapids, Michigan | October 26–27, 2020
You have a vision for student achievement. Now it’s time to take action. During this workshop, you will discover how to foster rich, rigorous, and authentic learning experiences through an effective system of standards-based learning.
New Orleans, Louisiana | October 26–27, 2020
This two-day workshop will highlight what leaders and teams do to improve their professional practice in an effort to help more kids learn more at higher levels.
New Orleans, Louisiana | October 28–29, 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.
Grand Rapids, Michigan | October 28–29, 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.”
San Antonio, Texas | November 9–10, 2020
This workshop is focused on the practices and processes that will modernize grading and reporting systems to be more aligned to our standards-based instructional paradigm.
San Antonio, Texas | November 11–12, 2020
Utilizing a research-based framework for self-care, Dr. Tina H. Boogren will help educators at all levels discover a clear path to well-being.
Seattle, Washington | November 16–17, 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.
Kansas City, Missouri | November 16–17, 2020
Learn how to prepare and develop meaningful mathematics instruction and assessment processes with the rigor and coherence expected by all states.
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.
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.
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