Do you want more from professional development?
Consider forming a school partnership with Drew University.
- Schools commit to an annual series that is tailored to meet their individual needs.
- Programs focus on developing print and/or digital literacy skills and on improving the quality of teaching in K-12 classrooms.
- Workshops are presented by experienced, trained Teacher Consultants from the National Writing Project or Teacher Leaders from the Digital Literacies Collaborative.
- Programs are based on the National Writing Project model and are centered on research-supported, classroom-tested ideas.
- Programs are aligned to the Common Core State Standards and support GSOs and SGPs.
School partnerships may include
- Interactive workshops
- Facilitation of professional learning communities
- Study groups
- Teacher coaching
- Keynote sessions
- Writing institutes
Note: Although most of these programs take place on-site at the partner school, virtual options are also available.
Teachers in partner schools receive
- Meaningful and practical professional development
- Discounted fees to professional development programs in teacher education held at Drew University
Would you like to learn more about Drew’s school partnerships?
- Discuss your school’s inservice needs.
- Learn how the program can meet your needs.
- Prepare a proposal.
Submit your proposal by March 15.