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Pearson's close association with key authors and architects of the Common Core State Standards ensures that the spirit and pedagogical approach of the initiative is embodied in our professional development.
Pearson's Teacher Compass Suite connects research-based principles, processes, and technology tools that work with your observation rubrics and performance indicators.
Since 1995, educators have turned to the SIOP® Model – the only scientifically validated model of sheltered instruction – to teach both academic content and language skills in ways that are proven to be more effective for English learners.
Pearson and the Flipped Learning Network™ join forces to offer a blended course for educators who are or want to flip their classes. Based on the pioneering work of Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams the Foundations of Flipped Learning course is available to help your district personalize training so educators can make a seamless transition to Flipped Learning at any grade level or for any subject.
Pearson's literacy professional development programs help your educators more effectively teach reading, writing, speaking, and reasoning skills while also connecting and advancing your priority initiatives such as differentiated instruction and the effective use of data.
Pearson's mathematics professional development team helps teachers become sustained learners, honing their content and pedagogical knowledge through a cycle of continuous improvement that’s focused on their individual needs.
Pearson's Online Professional Learning Services (OPLS) are an easy and cost-effective way for professional development decision makers, superintendents, and school boards to implement and ensure efficient, high-quality professional development for their teachers, specialists, and administrators.
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