Presentation Title

Beyond “Sit and Get”: Taking Professional Learning to the Next Level

Presenter Information

Laura Reid, DECALFollow

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

is the Professional Learning Specialist with DECAL’s Professional Learning Unit. Laura manages the Georgia Training Approval system and a variety of professional learning initiatives, with a focus on relationshipbased professional learning projects, including coaching and professional learning communities. Before joining DECAL in 2014, Laura worked for Quality Assist, Inc., a private training and technical assistance firm, for more than 15 years. In her time there, Laura managed a number of training and technical assistance initiatives including developing and facilitating face-to-face professional learning events, managing staff, training classroom data collectors, and developing online courses. She has an M.Ed. in Elementary Education and a B.A. in Early Childhood Education, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Location

Room 2903

Topic Category

Strand 6: Leadership & Professionalism

Targeted Age Group

Adult Learners

Targeted Audience

College Faculty/Trainers/TA, After-School Providers, Directors/Administrators

Brief Session Description

“Sit and get” trainings do not produce meaningful changes in teaching practices. Take professional learning to the next level with relationship-based professional learning (RBPL). Participants will engage in conversation and reflect on their program’s readiness for this type of learning

Full Session Description

No full description available.

Start Date

28-1-2017 8:45 AM

End Date

28-1-2017 10:45 AM

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Jan 28th, 8:45 AM Jan 28th, 10:45 AM

Beyond “Sit and Get”: Taking Professional Learning to the Next Level

Room 2903

“Sit and get” trainings do not produce meaningful changes in teaching practices. Take professional learning to the next level with relationship-based professional learning (RBPL). Participants will engage in conversation and reflect on their program’s readiness for this type of learning