When administrators and teachers continue to grow, students thrive.
Professional Development, your way.
Effective professional development is not “one size fits all.” As your PD partner, we will meet you where you are and work towards customizing a plan that will develop achievement in your school.
With Inspired Instruction, you’ll receive the support your school needs to increase effectiveness, promote sustained growth, and improve teacher retention rates.
Struggling to ensure all of your schools are utilizing best practices? We Can Help.
All students deserve high-quality instruction. Let us help you promote excellence in teaching across all classrooms.
Wish you had a one-stop shop filled with quality standards-aligned resources and tools? You have found it!
No more "one and done" Professional Development
As educators, we foster and embody life-long learning. Professional development has moved away from the “one and done” mentality and has shifted towards customized PD paths that will serve your unique needs, while promoting sustained growth and lasting results.Work With Us
Our Coaching Model
Our Collaborative Coaching Model provides you with the flexibility to create a plan as unique as your school’s individual needs. We can work alongside your staff to increase student achievement and improve teacher practice.
Leverage Your PLCs
Leverage your PLCs to build a positive culture and climate alongside of data-driven instructional practices!
Don’t get caught behind the curve
Don’t get caught behind the curve of implementing the new state mandates and requirements taking effect this fall! Our services will save you time and ensure that your curriculum hits all the marks.
Quality instruction begins with an inspired curriculum. Our consultants can help your district audit, assess, revise, or create standards-aligned curricula to include all new requirements, as well as state assessment preparation.
Feeling lost on where to begin with making sure your curriculum meets all of the necessary requirements? We’ve created a checklist that can help!View Checklist
Professional Development Workshops
Our catalog offers over 300 workshops that can be delivered in a variety of methods.
Prefer to engage in hands-on activities and collaborate face-to-face? Our on-site workshops do just that!
Want to allow your staff to access the workshop from a variety of locations? All of our programs can also be presented virtually!
Struggling to find the time in your schedules to collectively set aside three hours for PD? We offer asynchronous courses, as well!
Select from our collection or let us create a customized PD package that supports sustained growth for your team.
Take a look at our catalog and find something that inspires you! Click here to view all workshops or click a topic below.
Culture & Climate
Discover how to build a positive school community with these workshops that focus on relationships, discipline and representing all students.
Learn to build positive relationships and improve social emotional skills with SEL training (offered in-person, synchronously, or asynchronously) for teachers; set a foundation for learning and take care of your students' needs.
Are your classrooms focused on student-centered learning? Our professional development workshops (offered in-person, synchronously, or asynchronously) support best practices and a deep understanding of a variety of academic subjects.
Provide teachers with best practices for effective instruction in all content areas. We offer these workshops in-person, synchronously, or asynchronously to support staff.
We believe in constructivist educational models.
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Past Events and Recordings
Webinar: Highlights and Insights: Preparing for the Revised NJSLS
On May 23rd at 3pm, join Dr. Jaclyn Siano as she discusses the major changes to the ELA and mathematics standards, as well as the new curriculum mandates.
Webinar: Student Brain Development: The Impacts of the Pandemic and Digital Devices
Join us for our webinar on April 25th at 3pm, to discuss the repurcussions of pandemic stress and excessive screen time, and the connection to academic performance.