Learning Forward

Learning Forward is the only professional association devoted exclusively to those who work in educator professional development. We help our members plan, implement, and measure high-quality professional learning so they can achieve success with their systems, schools, and students.

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Assessing student work online

By Learning Forward | February 25, 2021

For this webinar, we will discuss resources and professional learning supports for educators who are engaged in virtual or hybrid teaching and adjusting assessment practices to online learning.

Learning Forward Georgia conference

By Learning Forward | February 11, 2021

Learning Forward Georgia Board members: top row, Wanda Mangum, Leilani Esmond, Ave Tatum, Lisa Manross; second row, Janet Johnson, Chris Atkinson, Lynn Seay, Shon Davis; third row, Alena Zink, Melvina Crawl, Kimberly Turner, Tarnisha Dent; bottom row, Tekmekia Gilchrist. Learning Forward Georgia goes virtual In January, the Learning Forward Georgia Affiliate hosted its first virtual […]

Transforming teaching through curriculum-based professional learning

By Learning Forward | February 4, 2021

Attend this webinar to learn how schools and systems ensure teachers experience the instruction their students experience so they change their instructional practices, leading to better student outcomes.

Through the lens

By Learning Forward | February 1, 2021

How this issue’s articles embody the Standards for Professional Learning.

New advisory board

By Learning Forward | February 1, 2021

Learning Forward has recently engaged an advisory board to offer input and expertise to continually improve The Learning Professional. Advisors have agreed to support Learning Forward by providing overall feedback on the magazine, advising on issue themes, reviewing member feedback, and, on occasion, offering input on author and article selection relevant to their particular expertise. […]

Free publication on video-based coaching

By Learning Forward | February 1, 2021

Seeing Teaching Through a Different Lens: The MyTeachingPartner-Secondary Coaching Model, a new paper from Learning Forward, highlights the voices of coaches and teachers to provide information about an instructional coaching program with a strong evidence base that is helping educators improve interactions with students in ways that increase student engagement and achievement. For the past […]