LDC CoreTools users who play any kind of instructional coaching role can use “Group Management” to create and manage groups of teachers they support, invite teachers to create LDC CoreTools accounts if they don’t already have them, apply
Note: We are pleased to welcome guest blogger and 2016 LDC Lead & Learn Fellow Christine Snow from Stevenson Elementary in Florida. In this article, one in a series of blogs by Lead & Learn Fellows, Christine describes her experience at the conference as a presenter.
The Literacy Design Collaborative, in partnership with Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School, is hosting two professional development opportunities February 9–11, 2017. You are invited to join us in sunny Florida for an LDC Demonstration Day and an Advanced Coaches’ Institute.
Note: We are pleased to welcome guest bloggers and 2016 LDC Lead & Learn Fellows Tara Leach, Octavia James, and Dana Aloisio from Brooklyn Generation School in New York. In this article, one in a series of blogs by Lead & Learn Fellows, they detail their journey implementing LDC at their school.
Blended professional learning has been an emerging trend as education professionals seek to create new and more effective pathways to growth and investment in human capital. LDC’s approach to blended professional learning is centered on problems of practice such as teacher classroom practices, classroom formative assessment, or curricular rigor. These are addressed using a hybrid model of support including both in-person and online resources, through job-embedded work that generates data to track teacher skill development and bring immediate impact to classroom instruction. See how it all works together.
The recent election has ushered in a period of uncertainty and turbulence for all, regardless of whom we each voted for individually. Cries for recognition of voice abound from all sides of the political spectrum as people struggle to be heard and to have their experiences and circumstances taken seriously by their leaders and by their fellow citizens. Grave warnings aside, what is clear is that many Americans feel that the state of collective discourse is fragile at best and absent at worst.