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REL Pacific Event: Deepening Capacity to Design, Deliver, and Evaluate High-Quality Professional Learning in the Federated States of Micronesia
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October 6, 2021

Time: 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. HST

Location: Virtual

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Description: Professional support for principals is important for fostering high-quality leadership and can produce a positive environment for school communities. However, access to consistent professional support can be difficult for school leaders located in rural or isolated communities. Through the Partnership for the Improvement of Teaching in the Federated States of Micronesia, REL Pacific staff worked collaboratively with stakeholders to organize a multi-year coaching and training project to support school leaders as they mapped out professional learning activities for their respective schools, guided by accountability requirements for accreditation found in the FSM Department of Education Accreditation Manual. This webinar will share the research base from that work and will include stakeholder input on what has made the work successful.

Research Alliance: Federated States of Micronesia Partnership for the Improvement of Teaching

Audience: The primary audience for this webinar includes teachers, school-level administrators, and local and state education agency (LEA and SEA) staff across the Pacific region and national and regional stakeholders interested in coaching and training school principals and building professional development plans.

Speakers: Betty Sigrah, Kosrae Department of Education
Pressler Martin, Pohnpei Department of Education
Meagan Taylor, REL Pacific at McREL International
Dr. Natasha Saelua, REL Pacific at McREL International
Kirsten Miller, REL Pacific at McREL International

Kirsten Miller
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