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Professional Fellowship Gathering

November 19th, 2020

This year brings with it many challenges. It has become a time of devising adaptive and innovative ways to connect and to continue our professional learning, meet the needs of students, and practice self-care. Join colleagues, connect with old friends and new, as we learn together and share experiences. Our topic for the evening will...

How can questioning everything lead to solidifying your core values?

October 13th, 2020

October 22nd @ 6:00-7:00 pm Join Liz Fitzgerald and Nicole Burrell as they leverage the challenging times we are all experiencing. We will use the questioning we are all doing around instruction and practices to affirm and solidify our core values and thus strengthen our practice. Come ready for a highly interactive webinar!

The Power of Reflection

October 1st, 2020

Join Nicole Burrell, Jim Curran, and John Eyolfson as they visit the power of reflection. They will share how the research behind reflecting on our current practices has a profound positive impact on performance. In addition to gaining a deeper understanding of reflection, you will also have access to tools and templates for personal reflection...

Deadline for Nomination: The O’Rourke Prize for Outstanding Professional Learning Professionals

September 24th, 2020

Learning Forward Colorado and Mrs. Anne O’Rourke are proud to co-sponsor The O’Rourke Prize, an award honoring an exemplary professional developer in the state of Colorado. The award is given in memory of the late Dr. Bill O’Rourke, a distinguished educator and professional developer. This is a wonderful opportunity to recognize the fine efforts and talents...

How To Be An Antiracist

August 5th, 2020

Topic: Books with Impact

Reber, host of the podcast, TILT parenting, shares her own challenging story of raising a twice-exceptional child in our society and in the world of education. Many enter the journey of parenting with expectations of how it should look, yet some experience the journey as less than their expectations. She shares heart-wrenching stories from parents who desperately try to make their child “normal,” and continues to write about TILTS or various strategies of looking at parenting for DW children.