Throughout the year, SREB offers a variety of professional development opportunities for the High Schools That Work, Making Middle Grades Work, and Technology Centers That Work network sites. National workshops, Webinars, site-specific coaching and professional development allow schools and districts to select a format that works best with their school improvement plans and budgets.
National Webinar Programs:
During the 2012-2013 academic year, SREB will offer several National Webinar Programs focused on the new, rigorous core state standards for literacy and mathematics. Each customized Webinar Series will offer strategies through a standards-based planning process to collaboratively develop high-quality, intellectually demanding assignments and assessments.
- Embedding Mathematics into Career/Technical Studies
- Improving Mathematics Instruction Using the Common Core State or Other Rigorous Standards for Middle Grades
- Improving Mathematics Instruction Using the Common Core State or Other Rigorous Standards for High School
- Embedding Literacy into Career/Technical Studies
- Improving Literacy Instruction Using the Common Core State or Other Rigorous Standards for Middle Grades
- Improving Literacy Instruction Using the Common Core State or Other Rigorous Standards for High School
National Leadership Development Web-Based Modules:
The SREB Learning-Centered Leadership Program’s curriculum of online courses engages principals and school leadership teams in professional development through a Web-based learning environment of study, collaboration, reflection and application of learning to authentic school reform efforts.
Seven Web-based courses for veteran and aspiring leaders, district and school leadership teams, regional consortia, and state education agencies:
- Using Root Cause Analysis to Create a High-Performance Learning Culture
- Assessing Academic Rigor in School and Classroom Practices
- Leading Schoolwide Literacy Initiatives
- Building Instructional Leadership Teams to Lead Change for Student Success
- Organizing Resources for a Personalized Learning Environment
- Mapping the Curriculum to Grade-Level and College-Readiness Standards
- Designing Assessment to Improve Student Learning