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Professional learning for K-12 educators is often fragmented, disjointed and theoretical. The traditional one-size-fits-some PD day is too irregular and lacks the ongoing support that creates accountability to sustain any real shifts in practice. Many educators are left without the tools they need to successfully drive change and achieve results.

Flexible and intentional professional learning is not a one-day event; it’s a purposeful year-long journey with distinct phases. See how intentionally aligning professional learning to strategic goals enables districts to unlock the full potential of every educator, and thus, every student.

You’ll explore how to:

  • Activate buy-in from all stakeholders to achieve district-wide change
  • Build and deliver professional learning solutions that solve complex district-wide teaching challenges
  • Guide instructional leaders in building capacity and scaling personalized professional learning
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Cheryl Belknap
Former Administrator, Curriculum Expert, and Director of Solution Design,
Jane B. Fields, Ed.D.
Associate Superintendent of School Support, Cumberland County Schools
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Romain Bertrand
Director of Solution Design, BetterLesson
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