BetterLesson Expands Offerings to Provide No or Low-Cost Professional Development on Distance LearningPosted Apr 10, 2020
Cambridge, MA -- BetterLesson, announces the release of new, no-cost professional development sessions designed to help teachers and leaders make the shift to distance learning. These offerings leverage the company's deep proficiency delivering 1:1 virtual coaching and Virtual Learning Series to equip teachers and leaders with the frameworks, strategies, and dispositions needed to support students in a remote learning environment.
Distance Learning is a challenging shift for any K-12 educator. It relies not just on new skills for teaching and learning in this setting for teacher and student alike, but also on district systems and tools. The ten new no-cost and discounted professional learning sessions address needs such as:
• Student-Centered Culture: Building the Concept of Community at Distance
• Equity in Distance: Making Your Distance Learning More Equitable
• Collaboration and Communication Systems: Developing Shared Places
• Leading Through Change: Supporting Teachers' Continuous Improvement of their Distance Learning Plan
BetterLesson is committed to supporting the evolving needs of educators during these challenging times. Starting the week of April 6, they are hosting no-cost virtual learning sessions on distance learning for leaders and teachers. Register today through their events page. School or district-specific sessions can be scheduled for groups of 10 or more.
BetterLesson Resources and Supports for Distance Learning
• Virtual Learning Public Events Page (no-cost)
BetterLesson is a national leader in providing personalized coaching and learn-by-doing professional learning experiences that change instructional practice. We work with our partners to develop customized solutions that align action-oriented PD experiences with a district’s strategic plan and provide ongoing data and feedback to ensure successful implementation. Our methodology has helped teachers across the United States shift to student-centered instructional models that address the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. To learn more, visit betterlesson.com.