Professional Development

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Instructional Vision



Professional Development


In order for teachers, staff members, and administrators to lead and assist the achievement of these essential domains, District 211 must continue to build upon and invest in the professional skills among staff members.  The professional development provided for teachers, staff members, and administrators will define and determine the extent to which the District will achieve its vision.  In addition, technology will play an ever-increasing role and prominence in the delivery and success of the Instructional Vision and direction.  On a moment-by-moment basis, more information becomes available electronically and students’ futures will demand that they be able to access, curate, synthesize, and apply information using technology.

  • Re-envisioning professional learning opportunities
  • Differentiating professional learning opportunities
  • Developing a Professional Learning Network (PLN)
In-District Courses
1:1 Summit


Other pages in the Instructional Vision section of the Annual Report

College and Career Readiness     Critical Learning Standards     Global Competitive Skills     Non-Stop Learning    Community and Collaboration     Active Student Citizenship     Professional Development


Annual Report 2013-2014 Table of Contents

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