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  Facilitated by Eleanor Drago-Severson and Patricia Roy

 
From March 26, 2015

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In this webinar, authors Eleanor Drago-Severson and Patricia Roy explore key components of Learning Forward’s Learning Designs standard and provide insights and strategies for evaluating and selecting learning designs that promote educator growth and student achievement.

Drago-Severson and Roy will provide a fresh take on designs for professional learning that is grounded in adult developmental theory, practical tools to help you select appropriate learning designs, and share examples of powerful designs for professional learning that are job-embedded, promote active engagement, and support implementation

This webinar coincides with the release of Reach the Highest Standard in Professional Learning: Learning Designs, the latest book in a series exploring each of the seven Standards for Professional Learning.



ellie d-s  Ellie Drago-Severson is a Professor of Education Leadership
  and Adult Learning & Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia
  University. Her work builds bridges between research and practice
  by supporting teachers, principals, superintendents and other
  school and district leaders in their professional and personal
  development and growth. She is the author of, among other books, Leading Adult Learning: Supporting Adult Development in Our Schools.

  Patricia Roy is a Senior Consultant with Learning Forward’s
  Center for Results. She works with state departments of
  education, districts, and schools across the United States and
  internationally. She developed briefings and a resource guide
  to help schools use results from the revised Standards
 
Assessment Inventory (SAI2) to improve professional learning.
She co-authored Becoming a Learning School and Standards into Practice: Innovation Configurations for School-Based Roles.

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