Are your professional learning communities ready to navigate the latest landscape of teaching and learning, regardless of how the new school year unfolds?
View this edWebinar to gain ready-to-use strategies that will reinvigorate tired PLCs and create future-focused teacher communities. Learn how to create engaging spaces for educators to collaborate, practice, adapt, and support each other and their students.
In this edWebinar, attendees:
- Explore how to establish a collaborative learning community
- Identify concrete measures of a successful PLC
- Learn how effective coaching can elevate your PLC and improve student outcomes
This recorded edWebinar is of interest to K-12 teachers, school and district leaders, and district curriculum coordinators.
About the Presenters
Albert Morton is a project manager on the service team with HMH. He has worked with large strategic accounts including East Baton Rouge, San Antonio ISD, Greenville SD, and currently Atlanta Public Schools. He has successfully partnered with all levels of leadership in these districts and facilitated the successful implementations of HMH intervention programs. His entire teaching career has been dedicated to working with the most challenging students in the school and investing in them the tools and knowledge needed to be successful within and outside of the classroom. Albert holds a BA in marketing and a certification in middle school language arts. He is a master speaker certified in transforming school cultures and holds a professional certification in life coaching. This diverse background has equipped him to successfully merge multiple passions to support, design, and create impactful change in education, business, and his community at large.
Dr. Lisa Corbin, an instruction and leadership coach with the International Center for Leadership in Education, has been in the education field for over 26 years. Her experience includes classroom teaching in elementary and middle schools, serving as a K-12 instructional specialist, terms as an elementary school assistant principal and principal, and various leadership roles at the district level in a large urban district. She has written grants, managed multimillion-dollar budgets, developed curricula, and supported teachers and administrators in standards implementation, data analysis and accountability. Dr. Corbin resides in Chesapeake, Virginia. She is an active volunteer in her community and she enjoys reading, writing short stories, and traveling with her family.