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Recruitment & Retention Webinar

Cultivating Long Term Success and Retention for New Teachers and Paraprofessionals

Thu., October 27, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Build a plan of action for testing a new professional learning strategy with your new teachers this school year

Supporting new teachers and paraprofessionals to start the school year strong is a priority for district leaders during the summer months. But what do successful schools do in the fall to ensure new educators continue to learn the craft of teaching in a way that accelerates their success and reduces the risk of burnout during the winter months?

Join BetterLesson alongside experienced educators for innovative professional learning strategies that help accelerate new teachers’ growth without adding to their already full plate.

You will:

  • Identify what research shows as essential focus areas in a successful start to a career
  • Explore professional learning strategies aimed at increasing the pace of learning while reducing the risk of burnout
  • Build a plan of action for testing a new professional learning strategy with your new teachers this school year
Meagan French
Director of Partnerships, BetterLesson
Jodie Verkey
Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Seneca Falls School District, Seneca Falls, New York
Karen Ocque
Director of Instruction and Pupil Services, LaFayette Central School District, LaFayette, New York
Jennifer Blossey
Principal on Special Assignment for the District, LaFayette Central School District, LaFayette, New York
Susan Bertrand
Assistant Superintendent, Longmeadow Public Schools, Longmeadow, Massachusetts
Romain Bertrand
Director of Solution Design, BetterLesson

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