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REL Appalachia Event: Implementing a Professional Learning Model to Improve Mathematics Teaching
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April 14, 2021

Time: 3:00-4:40 PM EDT

Location: I Virtual

Registration Link: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07eho18lzbd720fffe&llr=zmfbvx8ab

Description: This webinar series will build the capacity of mathematics instructional leaders, coaches, and school administrators to design and implement a coherent professional learning model (PLM) that incorporates evidence-based, interconnected learning experiences for mathematics educators to enhance their ability to delivery high-quality instruction to support student achievement and success. Participants will hear from math leaders in Virginia and REL staff who have partnered to design and implement PLMs, and dig in to a compendium of evidence-based resources, freely available for your use to build a PLM to meet their local needs. The first webinar in this series will present issues and key sources of research to consider in building a PLM, and introduce free, evidence-based tools and resources to mathematics teacher leaders, coaches, and school administrators for use in planning their school-or district-level PLM, including resources relevant to remote/blended settings.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Student Success in Mathematics Partnership

Audience: Mathematics instructional leaders, coaches, and school administrators charged with designing professional learning for math educators

Speakers: Pam Buffington, REL Appalachia, Education Development Center
Jill DePiper, REL Appalachia, Education Development Center
Brian Nussbaum, Harrisonburg City Schools
Laura Kassner, REL Appalachia, SRI International

Contact
Laura Kassner
laura.kassner@sri.com
More Information
Agenda for this event  PDF File ( 185 KB )
Category
REL Events
Organization
Regional Educational Laboratory Program
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