Featured resource: Professional Learning Conditions and Practices

Webinar: A pathway to effective professional learning

December 6 | 2:00 p.m. EST

Join Elizabeth Ramsey, Senior Managing Director of Program Services, and Cammie Mabry, Director of Instructional Support, for this live walkthrough of the Professional Learning Conditions and Practices

They’ll discuss the research behind the resources and provide guidance about using the tools to implement and strengthen professional learning structures. 

Participants will

  • deepen their understanding of the research and rationale behind effective professional learning strategies,
  • identify key resources teams can implement immediately to strengthen professional learning in their school or district, and
  • learn how to leverage the resources to overcome common leadership challenges. 

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The facilitators

Elizabeth Ramsey

Elizabeth Ramsey

As Senior Managing Director of Program Services, Elizabeth has spent five years at Instruction Partners leading the design and implementation of our core service model to help our team provide support for partners that is research-based, content-specific, and practical.

Before joining Instruction Partners, she worked at TNTP, where she partnered closely with school districts in implementing large-scale academic change, primarily centered on academic strategy, curriculum adoption and implementation, and leadership development.

Cammie Mabry

As a Director of Instructional Support, Cammie leads a team of content experts to provide on-the-ground support for our partner leaders. She and her team assess the current state of instruction in schools, help leaders develop goals and practical action plans for improvement, and support the implementation and progress monitoring of those plans.

In her previous role at Instruction Partners, Cammie played a critical part in the research and development of the Professional Learning Conditions and Practices.

Before joining Instruction Partners 3.5 years ago, she spent 12 years in the classroom as a high school math teacher (9 years) and as a math content and achievement specialist (3 years).

Register for A Pathway To Effective Professional Learning

December 6 | 2:00 p.m. ET