Professional Development

Overview

Professional Development

Throughout the year, SREB offers a variety of professional development opportunities for the Making Middle Grades WorkHigh Schools That Work and Technology Centers That Work network sites.

We believe professional development is an ongoing, collaborative process involving all stakeholders. Leadership presence and support in particular is crucial for teacher buy-in and the success of an initiative.

Teams of academic and career and technical education teachers, counselors, administrators, and district and state leaders are encouraged to participate in order to implement the strategies they learn quickly and effectively.

National conferences, 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.

Please contact our Professional Development Team for more information and to develop a school improvement plan that works best for you.

General information

Project-Based Learning
In Career Pathway Courses

SREB’s Project-Based Learning in Career Pathways training helps schools develop authentic and rigorous projects that provide students opportunities to master technical and academic standards for college and careers.

SREB provides training and coaching for academic and career and technical education teachers as they collaborate on better assignments and assessments.

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National Workshop: Advising Students for the 21st Century and Beyond

February 26-28, 2017
San Antonio, Texas
Westin Riverwalk

420 W Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205

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Join teams of middle grades and high school counselors, administrators and teachers as we explore what makes guidance and advisement effective and how to set students up for success.

Learn how to create a schoolwide support system, design a comprehensive advisement system, implement personalized education and career plans, and provide all students with a mentor or coach.

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