Whether we are facilitating for student or adult learners, it can be challenging to monitor learner progress, particularly when we are collaborating in virtual space. Share challenges monitoring learner progress in a virtual versus a face-to-face environment. Identify virtual mechanisms for capturing learner growth at multiple depths of understanding. Explore varied approaches for providing learner feedback in virtual spaces. Consider and share digital tools to support monitoring learner progress.

$65 per session OR special rate of $150 for all 3 sessions

One year membership to WSASCD included with registration. Note to current members: registration does not extend your membership.

This PD may be eligible for Title II and Title IV funding, please check with your program director.

You will receive a Zoom registration confirmation for each session you have registered for as soon as your online registration has been processed.

DISCLAIMER: All sessions will be recorded.

Clock Hours

Each PD session is eligible for 1.5 clock hours. Participants must be present in real time (for the full duration) of each session to be eligible for clock hours. 

No need to cancel! If you can’t participate live, you will be provided access to the session recording soon after the session ends.

Still wish to cancel? A $25 administrative fee applies to all cancellations. No Show = No Refund

Contact Carrie Lam with questions at carrielamascd@gmail.com.

Facilitating Powerful Conversations in Virtual Spaces

Saturday, September 12
9–10:30 a.m. PT

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Monitoring Learning Progress in Virtual Spaces

Saturday, September 19
9–10:30 a.m. PT

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Crafting Space: An Introduction to Facilitating Effective Virtual Professional Learning

Saturday, October 3
9–10:30 a.m. PT

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Allison Rodman is the founder of The Learning Loop, an education consulting organization that provides professional learning design, facilitation, and leadership coaching services to districts, schools, and educational nonprofit organizations internationally. Allison is deeply committed to connecting educators together and sharing resources to personalize the learning process for all (both students and the educators who support them). The goal of her work is to support both the whole child and whole educator to view learning as a process and not an endpoint. This process includes learner voicer, co-creation, social construction, and self-discovery. When working with districts and schools, Allison challenges them to examine all aspects of their learning organization and focus on the connections among culture, collaboration, and communication as levers for growth. She encourages and facilitates the design of a personalized, purposeful, and paradigm-shifting approach to professional learning rather than one-time, “sit-and-get” professional development sessions. Allison’s experience as a teacher, instructional coach, director of teaching and learning, director of professional development, assistant principal, board member, consultant, and ASCD faculty member enables her to support schools as learning organizations from a variety of different lenses. You can learn more about Allison’s work at www.thelearningloop.com and connect with her at arodman@thelearningloop.com or on Twitter @thelearningloop.