Webinar Recording: 5 Ways to Be Innovative About Your PD Days

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Despite understanding the value of differentiating learning for students, why do we still provide educators with one-size-fits-all PD?!

By making the commitment to shift away from traditional, "sit-and-get" PD in order to move toward comprehensive talent development, ed leaders can provide teachers with the differentiated, targeted professional learning, support, and tools that they need to grow in their craft, meet their students' unique needs, and continually adapt to an increasingly complex world.

Get the FREE on-demand webinar and gain 5 actionable ways to:

  • Replace one-size-fits-all PD with a meaningful, individualized talent development system.
  • Center talent development around competency-based learning and instructional best practices.
  • Cultivate a supportive, growth-focused school culture, thereby increasing job satisfaction and teacher retention.
  • Connect the dots between educator growth and student achievement to:
    • Recognize & celebrate growth;
    • Identify what is working to improve outcomes; and
    • Modify or strategically abandon what isn't.

About the Speakers

Chris-Everett-headshot-400x400Chris Everett, Ed.D.

Chief Operating Officer

Chris serves e2L as the Chief Operating Officer, providing leadership and strategic vision to the organization. In this role, he fosters growth among team members and plays a critical role in the refinement, design, and integration of organization-wide, cross-team systems and processes to ensure alignment and increased operational efficiency. He brings a wealth of administrative and leadership experience to the team to help carry out the e2L strategic plan with a human-centered focus.

Chris has been a Texas educator for over 24 years, serving at multiple levels within the school structure. He has been a classroom teacher and athletic coach, a campus administrator, a district administrator, and a director at a regional Education Service Center. Chris has a doctorate in Leadership in Educational Administration from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and brings a wealth of experience and expertise related to leadership and systems thinking.

Casey Jackson -MSCS

Casey M. Jackson, Ed.D.

Senior Manager, Professional Learning & Support Department
Memphis-Shelby County Schools

Casey is the Senior Manager of the Blended Learning and Educational Technology team in the Professional Learning and Support Department of Memphis-Shelby County Schools. Prior to holding this position, she was a manager in Professional Learning and Support and an Instructional Support Advisor for High School Mathematics in Curriculum and Instruction. She also served as the Academic Programs Manager for KIPP Memphis Collegiate Schools after beginning her education career as a high school mathematics teacher.

Casey received my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Master of Science in Teacher Education from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. In addition, she obtained an Education Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership and a Doctor of Education degree concentrating in Instructional Leadership from Union University. Casey has a strong passion for education, having been an educator for over 12 years. Providing the supports and resources needed to educate students has been at the center of her work all along.

kammi-greenKammi Green

Chief of Partner Success

Kammi has served in public education for many years prior to joining engage2learn as the Chief of Partner Success. She has held various leadership roles over her fourteen years in public education. She began her career in education by teaching junior high math in Victoria ISD and then in Bryan ISD. Kammi then moved into the roles of Director and Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. She brings experience from the campus, district, and state levels for transforming teaching and learning to ensure every child is prepared for their future. Throughout her experience, Kammi has utilized her leadership skills to partner with educators to address adaptive issues with cultural solutions to make the necessary culture shifts at the campus and district level.

Serving as the Chief of Partner Success at engage2learn, Kammi’s primary responsibility is to ensure the success of district partnerships through the implementation of services and project management systems.