Consulting Services

You can continue to support your school or district, by pairing with our customized professional services that accompany the sets and extend beyond their scope into other areas of support.  

Delivering keynotes to frame and extend learning

Dynamic presentations employing digital and media tools are a feature of our services.   Whether an international conference, district professional development day or a kickoff for a school initiative, we hope to inspire and to engage participants in mission driven work that will bring out the best in our professional practice

Partnering in the development of long-term strategic and/or professional development plans and timelines

Onsite and virtual assistance working with your leadership team to clarify their goals and then coach them through the process of developing a plan for successful implementation.  Schools with clearly stated goals and “game plan” have found they are more focused and more productive.

Facilitating work sessions for curriculum development

Growing the capacity of your staff through drafting and refining broader curricular goals, year-long narratives, and units of study. These can be targeted to a particular area of focus, such as inquiry or authentic assessments, or can be more generalized to units and courses of study. Participants in work sessions benefit from the collaboration with one another, regular feedback from the consultant, and time to revise while it is fresh in their minds.

Providing feedback on plans, timelines, approaches, curriculum projects

Feedback is at the heart of growth, we believe that it should be targeted and purposeful.  We can review curriculum projects, planning documents, assessment designs and lesson plans to assist your teachers and teams in their planning.  This feedback can be virtual on an online platform or face to face.  

Designing customized learning sets for your school setting

Any of our existing learning sets can be customized for your school which would include private space for assignments and message boards. This also can be paired with several of the services listed above. In addition, we encourage you to pitch an idea for a learning set that can be tailored to your needs and within our area of expertise.  

Presenting seminars to parents and school boards

Often school personnel find it helpful to use a consultant to help explain the impetus for curriculum, assessment, and instructional projects tailored to parents or board members. We can feature your school aspirations to make it clear and connect it to trends, research, and programs from other schools regionally, nationally or internationally in order to support your efforts.

Presenting workshops to support learning designs.

Dynamic presentations employing digital and media tools are a feature of our services.   Whether an international conference, district professional development day or a kickoff for a school initiative, we hope to inspire and to engage participants in mission driven work that will bring out the best in our professional practice. 

Coaching faculty, 1:1 or small teams

This virtual on-demand support provides  “just-in-time” feedback and coaching opportunity based on scheduled appointments. Often this accelerates the quality and capacity of teachers in their curriculum writing skills. assessment design and instructional practice.

Establishing partnerships with organizations for student projects

Given our work with many groups, networks, and organizations, we can work to establish partnerships to support your students interests and learning opportunities

Collaborating with architects on building projects to support learning goals

We work with architectural teams to ensure that your building projects are determined with a direct eye to the learning program you hope to achieve.  Often we will work directly with teachers after a renovation has occurred or a new school opens to maximize the management of spaces.  

Developing structural plans for schedules, spaces, personnel configurations, and learner groupings

As firm believers in the importance of program structures that are responsive to the needs of learners, we can provide services to review the four key structures that are central as the nest for learning:  schedules, grouping patterns for learners, personnel configurations, and learning spaces (both physical and virtual).

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