Join Us at a National Achievement Teams Certification!

Join Us at a National Achievement Teams Certification!

Whether you’re implementing Data Teams, PLCs, or are brand new to collaborative protocols, this three-day, action-oriented training opportunity will permit attendees to completely retool their collaborative instructional protocol. This session will help participants determine actions to empower teaching and leadership teams through disciplined collaboration. Attendees will leave with a new enthusiasm for teaching, learning, and leadership.

Learn more about the Achievement Teams framework and what participants will learn during the training:

Learning Objectives

Attendees will be able to:

  • Thoroughly understand and implement the Achievement Teams framework.
  • Learn how to deemphasize individual practice and promote collective ability, while creating professional teams of educators who continuously reflect on and improve their practice.
  • Deliver all seminar components with confidence and integrity to other team members and stakeholders.

Cost

Individual Registration: $900

Included with Registration Fee

  • Conference handouts and training materials
  • Digital access to materials for on-site implementation
  • Certificate of attendance indicating 21 professional development hours
  • Lunch each conference day
  • Discounted hotel rates for the event
  • BYOD: Bring your own device (laptop or tablet)

Dates and Location

Our trainings occur in Paso Robles, CA—California’s Central Coast!

  • October 13-15, 2020

Audience

This training is designed for educators at all levels. We recommend participants attend with a team of colleagues to support future implementation and growth of your Achievement Teams.

This event is designed for both those implementing Achievement Teams and for those new to the process. The learning will be scaffolded for your level of understanding and teams at all points can benefit from the content provided.

Past attendees have included: School leadership, district leadership, teachers, instructional coaches, other administrators, PD leaders.