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PD Provider: The Learning Tree Professional Development Network LLC

Contact Information
The Learning Tree Professional Development Network LLC
14 S Crystal Street
Haverhill, MA 01832

Dustin Pritchett

learningtreepdn@gmail.com

Phone:978-852-4207
www.tltpdn.com
Provider Details
Corporation, Partnership, or Other Company
Course
Teachers, Teacher leaders, Guidance counselors, District Admin: supts/asst supts, special ed directors etc., Social workers, adjustment counselors, psychologists, School Admin: principals, asst principals, curriculum directors etc., Coaches
Online
More than 100 events
0-5 years
Brief Description of Services
The Learning Tree Professional Development Network LLC is a private, for-profit company that provides high-quality, online graduate-level courses and resources for K-12 educators and administrators with the goal of improving educator instruction and student outcomes! The Learning Tree promotes educators continuous growth through learning by offering highly-qualified instructors teaching research-based, data-driven courses, providing resources on relevant topics in education, and modeling the most recent best pedagogical practices to improve content instruction and student management for achievement. Educators will find convenient, online 6 week courses, allowing more time to focus critical matters in curriculum, instruction, and other initiatives that support students while being able to meet professional responsibilities and have the added bonus of increasing student achievement. The Learning Tree's graduate-level courses will enable educators to facilitate the achievement of students by acquiring and applying knowledge, skills, and strategies that address relevant student needs, improve instruction and classroom management skills, as well as assist in meeting educator expectations for licensure. Course topics promote effective learning opportunities and improve instruction and student management while focusing on job-embedded skills of essential content and pedagogy applicable to educator practice. On-going supports and collaboration will advance educators' ability to apply learnings from course content.

Content Area(s)
Content CategoryDetailsGrade LevelsEducator Evaluation Standards
Special Education-GeneralAssessment of Students with Disabilities Disability Related Topics Evidence-based Best Practice Family and Community Engagement Determination of Education Needs, Curriculum, Services, Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), and Placement Eligibility Determination Formative and Summative Assessments (i.e., development and appropriate use) Individualized Non-academic Assessment Practices including Integration with Academic Assessment Progress Monitoring Academic Supports and Non-Academic for Educators and Staff Behavior Management/Positive Behavior Supports Co-Teaching/Collaboration Differentiated Instruction Inclusion/Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Individualized Non-Academic Practices Integrating Individualized Academic and Non-Academic Supports Laws and Regulations Implementation Paraprofessionals Progress Monitoring Specially Designed Instruction including Accommodations and Modifications Technology Integration Universal Design for LearningLower Elementary (Pre-K, K, 1, 2)
Upper Elementary (3, 4, 5)
Middle School (6, 7, 8)
High School (9, 10, 11, 12)
T-I: Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment
T-II: Teaching All Students
T-III: Family and Community Engagement
A-I: Instructional Leadership
A-II: Management and Operations
A-III: Family & Community Partnerships
A-IV: Professional Culture
Curriculum and Instruction – GeneralLesson/curriculum development T-I: Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment
T-II: Teaching All Students
T-III: Family and Community Engagement
A-I: Instructional Leadership
A-II: Management and Operations
A-III: Family & Community Partnerships
A-IV: Professional Culture


References
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An IndividualSpecial Education Teacher, Topsfield
An IndividualSpecial Education Teacher, Bradford


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