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April 2020

2020 Spring Learning Institute – BECOMING A LEARNING SYSTEM

April 2 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE, 2001 COLORADO BLVD.
Denver, CO 80205 United States
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$175 – $215

SAVE THE DATE - 2020 Spring Learning Institute
BECOMING A LEARNING SYSTEM

With Fred Brown, Deputy Executive Director , Learning Forward

For: Teacher Leaders, Coaches, District Leaders, Principals, System Leaders

EVERY STUDENT DESERVES THE OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND A GREAT SCHOOL FILLED WITH GREAT TEACHERS.

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June 2020

2020 Highlights of British Columbia Professional Learning Tour

June 8 - June 14

Are You Interested in Highlights of British Columbia
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Webinar: Collecting evidence to share impact of professional learning

February 19 @ 2:00 pm - February 19 @ 3:00 pm

Professional learning is the key to increased student outcomes. As school districts design professional learning, it is critical to consider the specific challenge you are working to address, the professional learning interventions you will employ, and to carefully plan for how you will measure the impact of those interventions so as to know whether to continue, adjust, or try something different. Hear from three school districts as they share their professional learning data stories.

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Deadline: Academy application

March 16

When you join the Academy, your learning journey is no longer a solo experience. Instead, you will spend 2 ½ years working with expert coaches and practitioners from around the world as you construct knowledge, improve your practice, create better learning conditions for your colleagues, and improve results for your students. Last day to apply for Learning Forward’s Academy.

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Deadline: The Learning Professional, August 2020 Article Submissions

May 1

Technology offers promising new avenues for professional learning like video consultation, “bug-in-ear” coaching, personalized professional learning “playlists,” and even virtual reality. But how do we make sure that tech-supported professional learning maintains the necessary focus on quality, that it is collaborative, sustained, job-embedded, and data-driven? How do we ensure that convenience and accessibility don’t overshadow depth and student needs? This issue will explore these questions and others, and highlight successful ways technology is enhancing and improving professional learning. Learn more: https://learningforward.org/the-learning-professional/write-for-us/

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Deadline: The Learning Professional, October 2020 Article Submissions

June 15

How do we create schools that are welcoming and productive learning environments for all? This issue will explore the role of professional learning in ensuring that every student feels safe, supported, and successful at school. Articles might cover topics such as inclusion of students with special needs in mainstream classrooms, increasing instructional rigor for English Learner students, addressing implicit bias among teachers and/or students, and improving social and emotional learning strategies. Priority will be given to articles that focus on building educators’ capacity for ongoing practices rather than short-term intervention programs. Learn more: https://learningforward.org/the-learning-professional/write-for-us/

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