School-Based Professional Learning for Implementing the Common Core: Managing Change
Date: January 22 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus, South Chapel
Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus, South Chapel
This workshop, Managing Change, is one of three in a series designed to further develop principals’ and teacher leaders’ capacity for facilitating collaborative, school-based professional learning.
Managing Change is designed to help educators build stronger communities of practice in which each member can learn and contribute to peers’ learning by helping teachers and administrators understand how and why individuals make changes in the practice.
Content covers key topics in leading professional learning tied to implementing content standards, and includes all resources needed for implementation at a school site.
Attend one or all in this series. Links to the other two workshops can be found in the grey “Related Content” box below.
Part of our 2013-2014 Workshop Series
Workshop Details & Registration
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Instructors: Diann Osterlund M.S. and Jenice Pizzuto, M.A. of Learning Forward Oregon
Cost: $30, includes 3 CEUs or PDUs. $15 for Learning Forward Oregon members.
About the Instructors
Diann Osterlund, M.S., is President of the Oregon affiliate of Learning Forward. Her educational experiences have included domestic and international teaching and administration, supporting both children and adult learners. She has presented at numerous international conferences, and is a strong advocate for high quality professional learning and collaborative learning teams leading to improve student achievement.
Jenice Pizzuto, M.A. is a member of the Oregon Response to Intervention Team and is a Learning Forward, Learning School Alliance Facilitator. Her experience spans the educational spectrum from kindergarten to the university level. She consults with school administrators and teacher leaders as a coach, facilitator, and collaborator, implementing change initiatives tied to improving student performance.
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