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ROE #40 Professional Development
Other Professional Development
For your convenience we have included some workshops hosted by other organizations that may be of interest to you. Click on the green link for more information regarding fees, dates, presenters, registration and locations. For all off-site workshops, please use the contact listed for that event if you have additional questions.
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2018 Illinois Music Education Conference
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TeachIllinois is a brand new, 100% online, center for educator professional development. Educators can either self-register, or districts can bulk register their staffs. Upon completion of the material, learners will complete the ISBE Seminar Evaluation Form, after which, the official ISBE Evidence of Completion form will be made available. All e-learning courses are currently free, although in the near future TeachIllinois will start charging a nominal, per-PD-hour fee. New content is added every month, and we welcome suggestions for future courses. Our e-learning platform is robust enough that a PD provider (such as a District) could subscribe and create their own ‘channel’.
For questions, please contact Matt Weld, Director of the Area 5 Learning Technology Center: email@example.com.
Needing additional CPDUs? Having trouble finding workshops in your area? Would you rather earn CPDUs at your own pace? In your own home? Then check out Illinois Virtual School: http://www.ilvirtual.org/pd/index.cfm
THE TRAIL - Workshops
The goal of the TRAIL is to provide statewide access to the latest research-based information from nationally known experts in education. Topics and presenters are chosen to support the IARSS goal of “Raising student achievement through continuous improvement.”
The TRAIL’s cost effective model of bringing these speakers in for a series of presentations located in the north, central and southern regions of Illinois allows educators from urban, suburban, and rural areas to be inspired and motivated to further their professional growth and improve classroom instruction for all students.
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Professional Development opportunities throughout the state listed here! (Click Logo)
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