If you are a private school operating within the boundaries of LAUSD, you may qualify to use Title II funding provided to LAUSD to pay for professional development workshops (Category 3) as well as coaching and mentoring (Category 2) in the areas of:
Tech4Learning has been providing face-to-face professional development workshops focusing on technology integration and project-based learning for over 20 years and has now moved their successful model to remote delivery.
Our professional development workshops focus on rigorous curriculum connections and higher-order thinking skills using Blooms taxonomy and Costa’s questioning techniques. This training for classroom educators prepares them for the fundamental shifts in instruction needed to successfully integrate technology into standards based learning. Workshop topics could include:
These workshops help address the goals, shifts in curriculum focus, and instructional changes required for a successful implementation.
Our skilled trainers work with customers to customize each training to meet the diverse needs of the school or district and support efforts to improve student learning. In these uncertain times, you can move forward with your professional learning plans with face-to-face or remote workshops.
One-time workshops are a useful delivery method for introducing educators to new instructional strategies and skills, but it is more likely educators can put these tenets into practice to transform teaching and learning with on-going training and support.
Tech4Learning can provide onsite consulting and instructional coaching to support administrators and classroom educators in the instructional and cultural changes required to implement your site initiatives in literacy, digital learning, project-based learning, STEM/STEAM and more.
"The workshop provided great examples of how teachers can design and integrate projects into their curriculum, no matter what subject they’re teaching."
Ellis Crasnow, STEM3 Academy