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Building Trust, Respect, and Empathy into Personalized PD
Thursday, September 8, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Presented by Nader Twal, Program Administrator, iPD, Long Beach Unified School District; with Callie Turk, Founding Partner, Intersections in Education Consulting
Sponsored by Performance Matters
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Respect and trust are the bedrocks of a successful personalized professional learning initiative. Watch this webinar to hear more about this and key findings from the recent Personalized Professional Learning Survey.
In this recorded webinar, Intersections in Education Consulting’s Callie Turk shared an overview of the results from the 500+ responses from educators to this recent survey. Action steps for building trust and respect into the professional learning process also were presented. Topics included:
- Do teachers and principals trust the process that surrounds personalized professional learning?
- In what ways do teachers feel (dis)respected?
- What can districts do to make progress on these intangible goals?
Callie was joined by Nader Twal from the Long Beach Unified School District’s Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development. Nader discussed his district’s efforts to develop empathy upfront in the professional learning design process. He also presented his district’s use of data for showing trust and respect for teachers by making meaningful connections between teacher development and student learning.
Learn how to build trust, respect, and empathy into the professional development program at your school or district. This recorded webinar is designed for K-12 district leaders including Assistant Superintendents and Directors of HR, Educator Effectiveness, Professional Development, and Instruction as well as school principals, across all grade levels.
Get a head start by checking out highlights from the survey.
Callie Turk founded Intersections in Education Consulting to bring together stakeholder voices in K12 education for more informed, engaged dialogue through qualitative research, advisory councils, social media, and more. With over 15 years of front line experience in education entrepreneurship, Callie brings deep knowledge of educator evaluation and professional development trends. She earned her MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and B.S. in Marketing summa cum laude from Miami University.
Nader Twal serves as Program Administrator for innovative Professional Development (iPD) in the Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development of Long Beach Unified School District. His team’s efforts focus on creating systems that balance high quality, aligned, personalized professional development with teacher professionalism and autonomy. As a Milken National Educator (CA 2003) and California Association of Teachers of English Award for Classroom Excellence Recipient (2008), he remains committed to equipping, empowering, and inspiring educators.
Performance Matters connects the potential of student achievement with the power of professional learning. Our mission is to deliver world class assessment and professional learning solutions, in parallel with content and analytics to accelerate measurable improvements in learning and teaching.