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Professional Learning for Gifted Clusters

Dysart Unified School District, ArizonaP-12

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Topics: personalized learning, prof learning

Focus on Deliberate Practices

FloridaP-12

R. L. Stevenson Elementary a K–6 school located in Merritt Island, Florida has a student population of nearly 500 and is part of Brevard Public Schools, a district that educates over 70,000 students in 17 different municipalities across the Florida coast. The Challenge Long before Principal Mich...

Topics: prof learning, strategic planning, teacher leadership

How do we support and motivate teachers?

Vista Unified School District, CaliforniaPostsecondary

Vista Unified School District was formed in 1936 and now has 29 schools serving more than 22,000 students from preschool to 12th grade. Vista Unified School District is one of northern San Diego County’s largest educational agencies. The district stretches 39 square miles across most of Vista, a l...

Topics: infrastructure, prof learning

#Playdate at Professional Development

Chicago Public Schools, IllinoisP-12

Chicago Public Schools is the third largest school district in the US with over 500 schools and over 300,000 students. 86% of those students are economically disadvantaged. This event started in CPS and has grown internationally. The Challenge It is difficult for teachers to find time to attend fu...

Topics: prof learning, strategic planning

Shoulder to Shoulder Training Models

Vista Unified School District, CaliforniaPostsecondary

Vista Unified School District was formed in 1936 and now has 29 schools serving more than 22,000 students from preschool to adult. The district stretches 39 square miles across most of Vista, a large portion of eastern Oceanside, some unincorporated areas and small slivers of Carlsbad and San Marcos...

Topics: 1:1 intiatives, prof learning

Beginning a Take-home 1:1 Program

Warsaw Community Schools, IndianaP-12

Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) is a rural school corporation of 7200 students located in northern Indiana. The school corporation has 52% free and reduced population, and a 20% English Language Learner population. Warsaw is known as the Orthopedic Manufacturing Capital of the World, the duck farming...

Topics: 1:1 intiatives, prof learning

Fuse Fellows of Rhode Island

State of Rhode Island, Rhode IslandPostsecondary

The state of Rhode Island supports approximately 142,000 public school students across 300 schools. Sixty-six distinct local education agencies operate within the 1,214 square miles of RI, including 32 school district municipalities, 4 regional school districts, 4 state-operated schools, 1 regional ...

Topics: 1:1initiatives, prof learning

Seven Pathways of Educational Environments

Albemarle County Public Schools, VirginiaP-12

The Albemarle County Public Schools District is a geographically large and socio-economically diverse district of almost 14,000 students and 1200 teachers in 26 schools surrounding Charlottesville, Virginia. It spans 726 square miles, from the Appalachian Trail to Virginia’s Piedmont plain, includ...

Topics: personalized learning, prof learning

BLAST Professional Development

Clark County School District, NevadaP-12

Based in Las Vegas, NV, the Clark County School District is the fifth largest school district in the United States, spanning over 8000 square miles. In the state of Nevada, each county has one school district. As a result, there are large differences in the geography and size of districts. Clark Cou...

Topics: personalized learning, prof learning

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