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Professional Development & Support

Professional Development & Support

Without effective professional development (PD), it's impossible to create sustainable change

Training and supporting teachers, coaches, and principals is key to the success of any new initiative. We work closely with you to make sure you have strong professional learning plans from the start.

Teachers, coaches, and principals need to know you've got their back

Everyone is programmed to resist change to a degree, but change is hardest when we feel uncertain or unsupported. Education Elements works closely with districts to design and deliver effective and engaging professional development so that the teachers, coaches, and principals in your district feel confident and prepared to make changes.

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We support districts through:

  • Designing a professional development plan for your district
  • Providing access to online professional development modules
  • Modeling tactics for effective training and facilitation
  • Conducting learning walks in schools
  • Supporting project teams through frequent calls and check-ins

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Elements of Change: The Organization Element

Interested in maximizing the capacity of each member on your school or district team, bolstering culture and employee satisfaction, and minimizing wasted work hours? This Elements of Change episode is for you.

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10 Books on Personalized Learning for School Leaders

If you’re like us, as you wind down another hectic school year, you’re imagining yourself on a beach with a few good reads. But what books will make the cut? Education Elements put together a few of our favorites on personalized and blended learning just for you.

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5 Ways to Build a Trusting Coaching Relationship

Creating a strong relationship between an instructional coach and teacher is not a simple task. In fact, starting off a successful coaching relationship is a lot like blind dating. Two people who don’t know each other get paired up in hopes that a special bond can be formed.

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