We know how much educators benefit from ongoing, grade-specific learning and collaboration - like 4th grade math teachers all using the same curriculum, or middle school principals all working to strengthen literacy – but many schools don’t have the numbers or capacity to get this specific.
With a blend of in-person and virtual structures, we provide training and support across district lines. Unlike traditional professional development that can tend to be one-size-fits-all, we work side by side with groups of teachers and leaders to target the real instructional challenges they face in their classrooms and schools.
Our professional development services are offered through two structures:
- Standards Bootcamps: Intensive learning opportunities for educators to dive deeply together into a narrow focus
Collaboratives: Cohort learning opportunities that bring educators together in role-alike groups, either in-person or virtually, for learning embedded and evolving throughout the year
All professional development offerings are role-specific and peer-led. For example, a 4th grade teacher implementing Eureka Math for the first time can join a virtual collaborative with other 4th grade teachers new to using Eureka that is led by a teacher who has used Eureka in their classroom for two years. We believe educators learn best with each other by working through the real challenges they experience in their daily work.