Expand your impact with Professional Learning designed to improve student success.

The Professional Learning Team provides DPS educators with exceptional, personalized professional learning opportunities that build on every individual’s ability to contribute to our vision of Every Child Succeeds. We do this by serving as a one-stop shop for all your professional learning needs.  This site will help you find learning opportunities based on your role and school flexibility decisions or explore Professional Development Units and learning communities with peers. The Professional Learning Team is committed to providing high-quality, impactful professional learning experiences, as well as opportunities for educators to collaborate, cultivate resources and share best practices.

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Culturally Responsive Foundational PDU

EXPLORING CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING PRACTICES This training is an introductory exploration of culturally responsive teaching practices. We will cover how teachers can begin to meet the needs of diverse learners by building relationships with students and families, creating a caring environment and providing relevant and rigorous content to ALL students. LEAP Framework Indicators: L.E. 1-4,

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Community of Practice: Equity-based Practices in Mathematics

Equity-based Practices in Mathematics In partnership with Curriculum & Instruction and Learning Forward, the Professional Learning Team would like to invite math teams who have an interest in learning more about how to implement equity-based practices in mathematics to participate in a year-long, job-embedded Community of Practice. Intended Audience for Community of Practice Participants:  8th, 9th,

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Schoology is live!

DPS’ new Learning Management System (LMS) for classrooms is live for all school-based employees in district-managed schools! Schoology is a versatile and engaging digital learning platform that gives educators access to professional development courses and curriculum in one place and enables personalized and student-paced learning to be incorporated in classroom instruction*! To get started, log

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