Decaf. Cream. Sugar. No sugar. Iced or hot. If people are that particular about their coffee, imagine how they might feel about their professional learning, says Robin Knutelsky, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Human Resources for Northern Highlands Regional High School in New Jersey.
Wayne Township Public Schools in Passaic County, NJ, has recently been recognized as one of the best school districts in America to teach and learn. The Wayne Township Learning Center (WTLC), established in 2014, is a testament to the district’s commitment to high-quality professional development for its educators.
edWeb.net has released its 2022 Guide for Best Practices in Virtual Professional Learning, providing a framework, tools, and resources that engage a wider community of educators in timely professional learning. Virtual professional learning expands access and choice to meet individual needs, help school districts achieve their goals, and improve student learning and well-being.
In this edWebinar, the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) Social Studies team, made up of regional and district leaders, describe how their virtual learning communities on edWeb.net helped them support educators, and their students and parents, during a time of crisis.
Presented by Albert Morton, Project Manager, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; and Dr. Lisa Corbin, Instruction and Leadership Coach, International Center for Leadership in Education
Moderated by Laura Spear, Product Marketing Director, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Roya Salehi, Vice President of Customer Success, Lexia Learning; and Donna Neel, Senior Director of Professional Learning Facilitation and Operations, Lexia Learning
Presented by Joy Hatcher, Social Studies Program Manager, Georgia Department of Education; JoAnn Wood, Social Studies Program Specialist, Georgia Department of Education; Jennifer Zoumberis, Social Studies and Special Education Content Integration Specialist, Georgia Department of Education; Phillip Sykes, Social Studies Content Specialist, Coweta County School System (GA); and Dr. Connie Howell, Associate Executive Director, Heart of Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency
As educators and industry partners look ahead to the 2020-21 school year, they’re examining the impact of the pandemic and the potential transformation of all aspects of K-12 education. According to experts from the edWebinar, “The Transformation and Funding of PreK-12 Professional Learning in the COVID Era,” sponsored by Simba Information, a business of Market Research.com, research shows that recent trends in professional learning are here to stay.
Presented by Anthony Colannino, Senior Fellow, ICLE; and Heather Bender, Director of Professional Learning, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Moderated by Tyler Schlagenhauf, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Kathy Mickey, Senior Analyst/Managing Editor, Education Group, Simba Information; Joyce Whitby, President, Innovations4Education; and Lisa Schmucki, Founder and CEO, edWeb.net