Professional Development Workshop Collection

Our constructivist, ESSA-aligned professional development workshops allow teachers to apply what they've learned immediately. Check out our other job-embedded services, such as coaching, curriculum review, and PLC support.
Special Populations/Special Education

Engaging and Supporting Students With ASD and Multiple Disabilities in Hybrid Settings

Special Populations/Special Education

Supporting Exceptional Learners: A Strengths-Based Approach

Special Populations/Special Education

Reaching the Most Marginalized Students

Social Studies

Aligning Practices with the Social Studies NJSLS

Social Studies

Understanding and Unpacking the Social Studies NJSLS

Special Populations/Special Education

Helping Teenagers with Disabilities to Self-Advocate

Focus on Virtual Learning and Teaching

Implementing Restorative Justice Circles during Distance Learning

Culture and Climate

Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain

Focus on Virtual Learning and Teaching

Best Practices for Teaching the ELA Standards during Blended Learning

Focus on Virtual Learning and Teaching

Best Practices for Teaching the Math Standards during Blended Learning

Culture and Climate

The Recognition of Bias and the Self-Reflection Process

Specialists

STEM in the Specialist Classroom

Specialists

Alternative Assessment Practices for Specialists

Science

NGSS Science and Engineering Practices

Science

NGSS Cross Cutting Concepts

Science

Science Instruction Using the 5E Method to Implement the NGSS

Science

Understanding and Implementing the Next-Generation Science Standards

Special Populations/Special Education

Effective Strategies for Intervention and Referral Services (I&RS)

K-12 Mathematics Workshops

Creating Comprehensive Student-Centered Lessons

NJSLA English Language Arts

Assuring Success on the English Language Arts NJSLA

NJSLA English Language Arts

Integrating NJSLA into Daily Instruction for English Language Arts

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Frank D'Amici

Principal at Lodi High School