Professional Development Offerings

Research confirms that teachers are the single most important factor in raising student achievement. To prepare graduates to thrive in today’s highly collaborative, innovative, high tech society and workforce it is imperative that educators engage in sustained, high quality professional development.

The Innovation and Development Division of CCESA offers a variety of professional development offerings which include academies, assessment consultants, one-day courses, video conferencing, and multiple-day visits from our trained staff and consultants.

Please see our PD catalog (PDF) for information about the courses currently begin offered. 

To register for classes please go to: CCESA Course Registration 

The Innovation and Development Division can also offer the following:

  • Administrative Trainings
  • Alternative Facts
  • Argument Literacy
  • Claim, Counterclaim, & Reasoning
  • Close Reading
  • Digital Presentations
  • Digital Writing
  • Embracing Digital Media
  • Engaging Students in Collaborative Discussions
  • Engineering is Elementary
  • Enhancing Grammar Instruction with the ELA Standards
  • EQuIP Rubric
  • Formative Assessment
  • Genius Hour
  • Harnessing the Power of Video
  • Improving Writing Across Contents
  • Incorporating ELA Standards in the Content Areas & Electives
  • Informational/Explanatory Writing
  • LETRS Modules 1-10
  • LETRS Early Childhood
  • Mentor Texts
  • Model Drawings in the Math Class
  • Opinion/Argument Writing
  • Progression of Counting and Cardinality & Operations and Algebraic Thinking
  • Progression of Fractions
  • Progression of Multiplication & Division
  • Progression of Number & Operations in Base 10
  • Progression of Ratios & Proportional Reasoning
  • Promoting Productive Struggle in K-12 Mathematics Classes
  • Socratic Seminar
  • Standards-Based Grading in 3-12 Mathematics Classes
  • Structured English Immersion (SEI)
  • Structuring K-12 Math Classes to Align with the Mathematics Teaching Practices
  • Teaching Reading Effectively
  • Vocabulary & Comprehension through Repeated Read-Alouds
  • Writing from Sources
  • Writing in the Math Classroom
  • Writing with the ELA Standards