The success of any educational initiative, whether it be implementing a new curriculum, introducing a new teaching method, or integrating technology into the classroom, hinges on the professional development of its teachers. When time and effort are spent designing professional development that supports skills growth, encourages consistent application of learned methods, and empowers educators to go beyond their comfort zones, students benefit.
How ideas and strategies are presented are a critical piece of a high-quality professional development offering. Teachers should walk away from a well thought out session, or series of sessions, with skills and strategies that they can, and will, implement when back in the classroom. EOS Education strives to design and deliver effective professional development programs so that any school or district can create a culture of continuous learning that supports educational initiatives.
To learn more about professional education best practices, join our roundtable discussion on Monday, March 20th – Driving Success: The Critical Role of Teacher Development in Launching and Sustaining Effective Initiatives. In this webinar, special guests Sharita Slay, Coordinator of Instructional Technology from Clayton County Public Schools, and Emily Liano, Science Teacher from Father Yermo Schools, and Krista Walker-Kier, Innovation and Development Director at EOS Education, will explore the critical role that teacher professional development plays in launching and sustaining effective initiatives. Panelists will also discuss how ongoing professional development can help teachers stay up to date on the latest pedagogical practices and research, develop new skills, and refine their instructional strategies.
To register, click the link – Driving Success: The Critical Role of Teacher Development in Launching and Sustaining Effective Initiatives.
To learn more about EOS Education professional development offerings, including courses for Google, Microsoft 365, and Mimio K-12 solutions, click here – EOS Education Professional Development.