Join authors and leaders in the field of education for webinars on key topics that will prepare you to successfully implement professional learning that increases teaching effectiveness and student achievement.
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Facilitated by Stephanie Hirsh
August 25: 3p.m. - 5p.m. EDT
Professional learning communities (PLCs) encourage cooperation, collaboration, and growth among adult learners and have positive impacts on student achievement. In this session, Learning Forward Executive Director Stephanie Hirsh discusses how to create and sustain PLCs where the members engage in a cycle of continuous improvement, develop collective responsibility, and align their work to educator and student learning goals. The session will cover specific strategies that teachers and schools can follow to ensure that they build effective and student-focused PLCs. Dr. Hirsh will present research and share her experiences in creating, assessing, and leading professional learning communities. Dr. Hirsh will discuss how educators can identify and build leadership qualities to promote change.
Leading Districts for College and Career Readiness: A Professional Learning Framework for District Administrators
Facilitated by Frederick Brown and Nikki Mouton
August 30: 3p.m. - 4p.m. EDT
| ||Explore how district administrators support implementation of college- and career-ready standards through meaningful professional learning. Frederick Brown, deputy executive director of Learning Forward, returns along with Nikki Mouton of Gwinnett County (GA) Public Schools for a free webinar highlighting the importance of leadership, system-wide collaboration, and the link between adult and student learning. Over the course of the webinar, participants will learn how they can help their schools in the move to higher standards and deliver on their promise to offer students a rigorous and relevant curriculum. Participants will gain access to
valuable Learning Forward tools that they can use to lead professional learning in their schools.