Setting Up Your Teachers for Success: How to Support Teachers for 21st Century Student Learning & Success Webinar1 hour 23 minutes
In this webinar, Dr. Lori McEwen, former assistant superintendent and chief of instruction, explains how you can create an educator profile (a document that aligns exemplary teaching practice to 21st century learning) to make sure PD is targeted and will help maximize student learning and success, even if you don’t have a huge budget.
You will learn:
- The importance of creating or revising an exemplary educator profile that mirrors and supports the 21st century student.
- How to provide educators with career development and advancement opportunities that support stellar education opportunities for students.
- Strategies for using these tools to provide enticing advancement opportunities and retain educators.
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The software you need to manage your professional learning program on campus or virtually.
Supporting professional growth among your educators is a crucial part of providing a stellar education to every student. But that takes more than offering workshops, observing lessons in the classroom, and filling out forms. True growth is the result of an ongoing learning process — one that actively involves educators, identifies strengths and areas for improvement, and promotes collaborative learning.
With Frontline Professional Growth, you’ll have the tools you need to support every aspect of educator growth.
- Manage professional learning online so you can focus more on growth and less on cumbersome processes
- Access Canvas courses alongside Frontline’s online resources and your district’s own resources
- Simplify your evaluation process to engage educators and offer meaningful feedback that leads to measurable growth
- Promote collaboration and coaching in your community and across the country
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Disclaimer: Frontline Education does not provide guidance on instructional practices. This webinar is provided for informational purposes only.