Professional Learning Team Information and Awareness Work Session
This 2-hour session provides an overview of the SERVE Professional Learning Team process, including information on follow-up and progress assessments.
Establishing and Maintaining Professional Learning Teams Training Session
This 1-day workshop provides an introduction to SERVE Professional Learning Teams, including specifics on organizing teams, setting norms, establishing team goals, engaging in collective learning and action, conducting successful meetings, maintaining team momentum, and assessing team progress.
Facilitating Professional Learning Teams
This 3-hour work session provides tips and guidance to individuals who will be facilitating the school learning teams. It includes facilitation basics, ways to encourage teams, team incentives, and tips on providing appropriate feedback.
Using A Facilitator's Guide to Professional Learning Teams: Creating On-the-Job Opportunities for Teachers to Continually Learn and Grow
This 1- to 2-day workshop will provide participants with information and activities to help them understand and effectively use the Facilitator's Guide to establish and sustain SERVE Professional Learning Teams in their schools.
Professional Learning Team Follow-up Sessions
These face-to-face meetings with individual teams or with groups of teams at a school are designed to provide teams with focused support and troubleshooting.
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Teachers as Researchers
SERVE offers a variety of workshops and learning experiences to engage teachers in reflective practice focused on classroom research. Teachers as Researchers workshops and follow-up sessions are designed to equip teachers with the knowledge, experiences, and expertise they need in order to design and conduct productive classroom research. This, in turn, leads to instructional decision-making that focuses on the needs of the students they teach. Contact: Sammy Parker at 800-755-3277
Data for Decisions
This 1-day workshop provides participants with tools for examining a variety of types of information, including student data, school data, teacher data, and Professional Learning Team data.
Online Training offered:
Online Action Research for Teachers
This online course trains users to identify instructional problems, collect data, analyze and interpret results, and write for and share with peers. It is designed to lead a single teacher or an entire school faculty through the action-research process. The course is hosted on the UNCG Blackboard course shell and requires approximately 10 hours of online engagement with sequenced instructional modules. Continuing Education Units toward licensure renewal are available to participants who successfully complete the course as determined by completed assignments and assessment data.