These courses are perfect for districts and schools that value personalized professional development.
For school leaders...
An online, self-paced course for leaders who want to set up and sustain shared leadership structures that amplify student voice. Learn six foundational concepts and skills through video lessons and case studies, share implementation successes, and apply research-based approaches to address challenges. Once or twice a year, there's also an option to join a live cohort for 6 weeks of small group virtual coaching.
“Leadership is not defined by the exercise of power but by the capacity to increase the sense of power among those led. The most essential work of the leader is to create more leaders.”
- Mary Parker Follet, The Creative Experience, 1924
The most effective things teachers can do to improve student learning are related to delivering quality instruction, continuously learning and building their capacity, and providing actionable feedback to students (Hattie, 2018).
Let's invest in PD that advances teachers' professional growth in these areas.
As a teacher, I felt overwhelmed and depleted by my workload...and then I built myself a roadmap out of there. I saved hundreds of hours of planning time each school year. Now, I’ve put the most important shifts and strategies I used into a self-paced online course for teachers. Ready to get some concrete steps to streamlining your planning and having more time to do the things you love?
You don't need to buy resources on Teachers Pay Teachers, teach from a textbook, or watch your students count the minutes until class ends. Designing your own curriculum is doable. All you need is a sustainable, step-by-step approach informed by educational research.
You can build innovative curricula that engages all of your students, and I'd love to help you do it.
To chat with me about my LIVE coaching intensives, schedule a free 20 minute consultation call.
Looking for a smaller degree of support?
Unit Arc Lesson Plans Packet
Grab these templates for each lesson in a unit arc, and reuse them for each unit! Each lesson plan includes space for you to personalize for content, skills, essential question, and summative assessment. Lesson plan components include: end goal, lesson focus (with pre-filled relevant Common Core Literacy Standards to choose from), phase of learning, assessment of lesson focus (with pre-filled assessment options to choose from), a personalized/relevant entry point for students, the lesson flow (including protocols/activities, key questions, time, and resources needed), and space for you to add differentiation elements, prompting you with the 3 categories of content, process, and product.