Author Archives: B. Patterson, Professional Development Specialist
Click on the title to download a schedule. All documents are in PDF format. Food Services-Transportation-Head Custodians Elementary General-SpEd Teachers Secondary Core Content Teachers Special Education Teachers Title I Teachers Advanced Instruction Teachers Art-Music-PEH-Guidance-Media CTE-CCAP Teachers Early Start-Childhood Teachers Foreign Language Teachers … Continue reading
Edivate Registration for the Face-to-Face Training sessions will open on August 24, 2017.
The 2017 Summer PD Series Registration is now open. Summer PD 2017 Brochure – UPDATED 6.7.17 See pages 4-5 of the brochure for Edivate registration details.
The 2017 Anne and Ryland Brown Teacher Research Fellowship Open to Virginia 4th–12th Grade History and Social Science Educators This opportunity provides Virginia educators the chance to research and study a specific aspect of Virginia history and produce educational resources … Continue reading
The University of Virginia, George Graham Lecture In Reading 2017, is offering the following professional development opportunities for educators. See UVA or each link for additional details and registration information: June 15: Dyslexia Redux. The presentation by Professor Julian Elliott … Continue reading
Virginians imbibed their last legal drink on Halloween night in 1916—more than three years before national prohibition was enacted. For the next 18 years the state became a laboratory for a grand social experiment that ultimately left many Virginians with … Continue reading
2017 RockingEduTech Conference This is a 2-day educational technology conference for Virginia PreK-12 teachers, media specialists, instructional technology resource teachers, administrators, and other instructional technology leaders. The conference will be held at East Rockingham High School in Rockingham County on July … Continue reading
The Virginia Department of Education is pleased to offer a Principles of Technology workshop designed for technology education and physics teachers. The 40-hour workshop will focus on new instructional methods for delivering physics content. It will be held at Carver … Continue reading
Immerse yourself in the playful side of math at the 2017 Math Festival on Saturday, April 22, located at the Washington DC Convention Center. Learn how big math can get, from the power of symmetry in shaping the universe to … Continue reading
The Virginia WWI and WWII Statewide Teacher Symposium The Symposium, marking the 100th anniversary of WWI and the 75th anniversary of WWII, will take place in June and July of 2017 in partnership with museums from across the state. Find … Continue reading
Attend or Present at Innovation Lab 2017 Would you like to participate in an active learning experience to explore design thinking, student empathy, project based learning, blended learning, and more? iLab 2017 will take place at the William & Mary … Continue reading
Greetings from the VCU School of Education! In the Department of Teaching and Learning, we have created an online version of our Reading program, both the M.Ed. in Reading and Post-master’s Certificate for Reading Specialists degrees. For licensed teachers with … Continue reading
2018 Virginia Children’s Engineering Convention CALL FOR PRESENTERS – OPEN TO RECEIVE PROPOSALS The Virginia Children’s Engineering Council (VCEC) is seeking teachers and instructional leaders’ expertise in children’s engineering instruction to serve as presenters at the 2018 Children’s Engineering Convention, … Continue reading
Welcome to a new way to learn, one that fits your life and career. If you’re ready to embark on a challenging and rewarding journey of self-discovery, you’ll be glad to know that Suffolk Public Schools and University of Phoenix … Continue reading
2017 Summer Literacy Institute- August 7-10 This Institute sponsored by William and Mary offers elementary and middle teachers, coaches, librarians, reading specialists, or related professionals an exciting opportunity for learning with literacy experts. This year’s sessions will offer professional development … Continue reading
The Virginia Geographic Alliance is pleased to offer a free course, “Putting Social Studies in its Place: Using GIS to Enhance the Classroom” Register today! REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST COME BASIS TO EDUCATORS IN GRADES 4-12 & IS LIMITED … Continue reading
Growing Independent Learners Online Workshop From Literacy Standards to Stations, K-3 Debbie Diller Learn with Debbie Diller to develop more meaningful, standards-based literacy work stations for your K–3 students. At the end of this self-paced, six-lesson online workshop, you will be … Continue reading
The College of Graduate and Professional Studies at Longwood University announces its Summer 2017 Online Professional Development Courses for educators. These courses are designed for non-degree seeking students who would like to earn graduate credit over the summer, with options … Continue reading
Click HERE to view over 80 hours of FREE virtual PD opportunities offered exclusively to Suffolk Public Schools Instructional Staff!