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The Team of Master Teachers, Curriculum Designers, and Professional Development Planners at Discovery Education approach professional development with a genuine respect for adult learners and a research-based focus on increasing student achievement and teacher engagement.
Join our team for a true professional development experience! While understanding our products and services is a key feature of the experience, our mission is to ensure your teachers are fully engaged using classroom instructional strategies and rich curricular resources that have proven to increase student achievement. To do this we propose a continuous learning cycle that begins with collaboration, planning, and ultimately moves to measurable results revealing student achievement gains and academic data for continued planning and improvements.
Critical to the success of your implementation is engaging and training with your building leaders as well. School leaders must be as engaged in building and implementing rigorous curricular and instructional practices and using student achievement data as much as classroom teachers. By doing so, school leaders can be genuine instructional leaders focused on increasing student achievement and teacher effectiveness.
Discovery Education shares your goal of helping every child learn to his or her potential. Today, educators are challenged with many issues, we want to help you provide your staff a rich professional development experience that not only increases their skill level, but also enables your staff to stay motivated and excited about high quality instruction.
Come Discover the Potential as you plan and collaborate with our team of Discovery Educators within our continuous learning cycle.
They are passionate about what they do, and that is one thing I appreciate about Discovery Education Professional Development ..... these folks really believe in what they are doing and they know their stuff and they know the content.
Gerald McLeish, Ed.D
Director, Secondary Curriculum & Programs, Indianapolis Public Schools