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What Are Districts’ Most Urgent Professional Development Needs During COVID-19?

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As more school districts commit to using remote-only learning this fall or to hybrid learning models what kinds of professional development will their teachers and other staff need from companies? In this webinar, EdWeek Market Brief will take an in-depth look at the PD that districts are asking for, and how they want that professional support delivered in the form of on-demand resources, pre-scheduled help, coaching, professional learning communities, and other modes. Specifically, this webinar will delve into:

  • The results of a new, nationwide EdWeek Market Brief survey of district officials on their most pressing PD needs during COVID
  • Findings from that same survey on districts’ preferred PD delivery methods during the remote-learning era
  • New research on when districts plan to purchase PD during the coming academic year

We’ll also hear from a school district administrator about how to interpret the data, where company support for educators during COVID is hitting the mark, and where it’s falling short. And as always, we’ll take questions from our audience.

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Speakers:

Sarah Almy
Sarah Almy

Executive Director of Teacher and Leader Learning, Denver Public Schools

Michelle Bowman
Michelle Bowman

Vice President, Networks & Content Design, Learning Forward

Eric Hibbs
Eric Hibbs

Superintendent, Marlboro Township Schools

Sean Cavanagh
Sean Cavanagh

Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

Michele Molnar
Michele Molnar

Associate Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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Webinar Description

What kinds of professional development do districts urgently need from companies during COVID-19? In this webinar, we’ll break down new surveys of K-12 officials for insights.

FREE for Market Brief Enterprise Members (Enter Your MB Coupon Code at Checkout). Get your promo code here.

For non-members:

    • Purchase one-time single webinar access here, or
    • Contact us to learn about enterprise membership, including shareable access across your organization to EdWeek Market Brief’s entire COVID-19 webinar series + ongoing coverage and exclusive data aimed at helping ed companies understand quickly evolving district needs and actions required to navigate this evolving business landscape.

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Duration

1 Hour

Speakers

Michele Molnar, Sean Cavanagh

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