Professional Learning Doesn’t Have to Suck!

It’s no secret and it should come as no surprise to anyone that Professional Development for educators has a bad rap. And justifiably so! What most teachers are offered as PD opportunities are thin, sporadic, and do little to improve their teaching. It’s typically disjointed one-offs offered at inopportune times and locations. That system is broken and obsolete. But there is an alternative!

Join our instructional design experts as they show you how School Improvement Network’s learning team is transforming traditional flat, ineffective training into engaging, interactive and delightful learning experiences that actually offer professional support in an effective way that can change teaching and boost student learning.

Suggested Attendees:

  • State, District and School Administrators
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Directors of Professional Learning

Presenters:

  • Chris Alldredge, Director of Curriculum and Certification
  • Kerry Day, Vice President of Learning

Date Presented: Wednesday April 13, 2016

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Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Time: 2 PM ET | 1 PM CT | 12 PM MT |1 AM PT

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About the Presenter:

Chris Alldredge is the Director of Curriculum and Certification and manages School Improvement Network’s Learning Experience team.

Chris has 20 years of experience in education. Chris was a classroom teacher and a district lead technology trainer in a large, suburban district, Alpine School District, in Utah. As the district lead technology trainer, Chris was responsible for developing and delivering training to empower the district’s 2,500 educators to integrate technology into instructional practices. Chris developed online training resources for the Utah Education Network. Chris also has experience as a senior manager for K-12 technology companies such as Apple and Pearson. Chris has been instrumental in creating the training models and curriculum to support state-wide software implementation initiatives for Pearson in South Carolina and for School Improvement Network in Kentucky and Idaho. During Chris’ tenure with both Apple and Pearson, Chris was rated “top trainer” at PowerSchool University twelve years consecutively and was one of the most frequently-requested trainers by clients.

Chris currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Space EdVentures Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes STEM education through experiential, simulation-based learning.

Chris holds a Master of Arts in Education degree in Educational Counseling from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Southern Utah University.