For Teachers, Principals and Counselors
College- and Career-Readiness Networking Conference
Conference to share effective instructional strategies of the Literacy and Mathematics Design Collaborative frameworks.
Florida attendees at the July 2016 conference: 5
High Schools That Work Staff Development Conference
Annual conference for thousands of school leaders, teachers and counselors from middle grades, high schools and technology centers across the country.
Florida attendees at the July 2016 conference: 2
Learning-Centered Leadership Program
Works with district, state and university partners to prepare aspiring principals and school leadership teams to lead school reform to ensure that students are ready for college and careers. This program offers training, guidance and technical assistance.
Florida attendees at the 2017 Annual Leadership Forum: 7
One Florida educator attended an LCLP training event held in Baton Rouge in 2016.
SREB’s Learning-Centered Leadership Program, in partnership with Pinellas County Schools, delivered a four-day intensive School Leadership Institute to 25 assistant principals from Pinellas County Schools who were pursuing level II certification.
Literacy and Math Professional Development
The Literacy Design Collaborative framework empowers language arts, science and social studies teachers to build meaningful assignments aligned to their state’s college- and career-readiness standards. Teachers take ownership of their professional growth, and students take ownership of their learning.
The Mathematics Design Collaborative teaching framework uses formative assessment lessons — part assessment, part instruction — to help teachers know whether their students understand material they have been taught. Teachers learn to adapt assignments and engage students so they understand the hows and whys of math.
During the 2016-17 school year, SREB professional development for these literacy and math teaching strategies to meet the state’s college- and career-readiness standards reached Florida educators in six schools.
Florida teachers, principals and trainers who participated in training and coaching: 38