Day 16 update for April 13, 2020: Professional Learning Day
A reminder to all about how to use social media responsibly.
Join T.C. Williams High School nurse Megan Costanza and PE teacher Tia Moore and become an ACPS certified first aider.
All ACPS employees should sign up for professional learning on October 14.
Complete an interactive online training course to stay up to date.
The School of Education at George Mason University is hosting an information session this Tuesday at T.C. Williams High School.
ACPS is offering a wide variety of professional learning sessions this fall. Make sure you check out the offerings!
The School of Education at George Mason University is currently recruiting for its masters degree and advanced certificate programs. Do you recognize one of the professors?
Find out the results of the Office of Talent Development Standards Assessment Inventory that provides essential feedback on the professional development needs and preferences of teachers.
We’re looking for teachers to make up the next National Board Certification (NBCT) cohort. The mission of NBCT is to advance student learning and achievement at the same time your teaching is taken to the next level.
Project GLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design) is an effective instructional model for teaching English language development (ELD) and literacy. ACPS is offering two summer opportunities to get to know Project GLAD if you are new to the model or if you are a practitioner wanting to refine your GLAD practice.
CivicTREK can help teachers in grades K-12 develop student-centered, authentic, and relevant learning experiences that empower students to solve real-world problems in their communities.
This Wednesday, April 24, ACPS is hosting an information session for any staff member who always wanted to be a teacher but may need some support in getting there. Join us this Wednesday and find out more.
Announcing three extended courses from Technology Services for your professional development: Introduction to ACPS Technology, Digital Badging with Blended Learning, and the year-long Teacher Leadership Project. Plus, take your teaching to the next level with National Board Certification. Learn more and register today!
Start planning what you want to learn on the division-wide professional development day this Friday and sign up for courses today!
Start planning what you want to learn on the division-wide professional development day on March 15 and sign up for courses today!
Take a look at some of the great courses available on March 15. Start planning what you want to learn and sign up today!
Learn how facilitation can address the complex issues we face in our schools every day.
The George Mason University Education Leadership Program is holding a recruitment session for a newly forming Summer 2019 Alexandria/Arlington cohort. Learn more.
Administrators: here’s an opportunity to be a leader in taking the teaching and learning outdoors and into the community.
If you’ve been a part of a Learning Forward Coaching cohort and are ready to share your experience using teacher leadership skills, submit a proposal to present at the Learning Forward conference in December so that others might benefit from your experience. Or sign up to join the next Learning Forward cohort that launches on January 29.
Learn how you can use coaching skills to develop high-quality instruction across your school as part of the coaching cohort forming in January.
If you’d like to amplify the voice of students in environmental problem-solving or learn more about how to integrate more of the outdoors into your teaching and learning, save the date for the Student Environmental Action Showcase next spring.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) has opened the door for educators, parents and students to be leaders in fulfilling the promise of a great public school for every student. Attend a workshop on November 29 to learn about what it means for our schools.
Are you ready to help lead the way in guiding the integration of digital technologies in our teaching and learning? Learn about a new training program that will equip you to do just that!
ACPS staff can now use a mixed reality simulator with a human in the loop that allows teachers to simulate classroom situations and receive on-the-spot feedback. Learn how you can use it to practice delivering lessons, providing feedback and more.
Does your school staff need targeted professional development or training delivered on-site? Learn how the Office of Talent Development can help.
Watch for an email this week for access to take this mandatory training anytime, anywhere from any internet connected device.
Professional Development Highlights: Reaching and Teaching Students from South America, Intro to IT and CPR
What do you want to learn today? This week features upcoming professional development classes to help you grow professionally. Take a look!
If you are ready to take your mathematics teaching to the next level, the Mathematics Education Leadership program at George Mason University may be for you!