TeachingWorks offers several training opportunities for professionals who are responsible for preparing, supporting, and evaluating teachers.

TeachingWorks offers several types of learning opportunities for professionals who are responsible for preparing, supporting, and evaluating teachers. Opportunities include professional development, live and streaming speaker series, access to catalogued resources, and personalized experiences through our consulting services.

Professional development opportunities are available for many audiences including classroom teachers who work in clinical settings with student teachers, teacher educators who work in teacher training or professional development settings, and university faculty members in disciplinary departments. TeachingWorks also offers consulting services, both in-house and onsite, for teams and individuals who seek to implement significant changes in their own programs of teacher training, development, or evaluation. Several opportunities, including the seminar series and our summer laboratory classes, are also appropriate for policy-makers, journalists, and others in the education community.

TeachingWorks is offering several opportunities during 2015-2016 including:

A video collection in the Teaching & Learning Exploratory that showcases classroom teachers engaged in the high-leverage practices
A live-streamed seminar series titled “Teaching Teachers Roundtable: Preparing Teachers to Use High-Leverage Practices”
Summer laboratory classes in which we engage a wide variety of education professionals in the collective study of high-leverage teaching practices through live observation classroom instruction
A special strand of the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) titled “Preparing Teachers for Practice”