Published November 4, 2016
The Professional Learning Partner role and service model is featured this month on the Learning Forward Professional Learning Association website in a blog post written by Theress Pidick, the Executive Director of the Professional Learning Center. Since the creation of the role in 2015, the Professional Learning Partners developed a robust service model to meet needs and impact areas related to professional learning quality and measurement in Denver Public Schools.
The Professional Learning Partners designed professional learning quality and impact tools now incorporated in their service model that follows the district’s continuous improvement cycle. As Pidick explores in her article, demand for the PLP services is growing. Over half-dozen departments now call on the PLP’s expertise to support the design, delivery, and measurement of high-quality professional learning and the center remains committed to ensuring the focus remains on continuous improvement.