PRACTICAL COLLABORATIVE SUSTAINING TRANSFORMATIONAL
What do you want to know that will improve your practice? Our professional development opportunities are designed to bring educators together for practical, collaborative, sustaining and transformational learning.
At the Upper Valley Graduate School of Education, we believe that professional education is most meaningful and useful when the experience leads to practice that is demonstratively better UVGSE offers a number of opportunities for professional development leading to graduate credit.
For school teams of five or more, a 15 percent discount will be applied to each participant’s tuition.
Spring 2017 Opportunities for Educators
Please note: Participation in seminars may be done remotely upon approval.
Inquiry into School Change (2 graduate credits) *
How do we strive to lead schools in a good direction, from whatever starting point? In this inquiry, you will incorporate research and expert knowledge related to understanding and driving school improvement in order to develop and refine how to engage your school community in change. Begins Saturday, April 1. Read more
Note to UVEI alumni who graduated since 1999: Successful completion of this entire series and successful completion of the UVGSE year-long action research project will earn the credits required for a UVGSE Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership. If you are a non-UVEI alumni educator and wish to apply for a UVGSE Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership, a portion of the credits earned in these offerings may be applied.
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Graduate Courses for Current UVEI Mentors
UVEI current mentors may participate in selected professional education courses described above free of charge. Contact us to find out more.
Professional Growth Partnerships with Schools and School Districts
Let your school's Strategic Plan, School Improvement Plan or self-identified goals guide the formation of a school-based experience. UVGSE can design a program with you that is linked to your school's goals. Programs we have offered include:
Argument Writing Across Disciplines
Authentic Assessment of Competency-Based Instruction
Developing Teacher Leadership in Schools
Inquiry into Subject-Specific Pedagogy
Literacy: Establishing Reader's Workshop
Project-Based Design and Implementation