Professional development tailored to your needs
Your commitment to your students is obvious each day as you work tirelessly to help them grow and become ready for college and career. Witnessing their aha moments sparks joy and brings fulfillment in your career. That spark of joy motivates you to keep teaching, learning, and growing yourself.
Your instrumental role in your students’ growth means access to high-quality professional development makes a huge impact on their experience. Which begs the question—what does your professional development plan look like?
If you’re not sure or still looking, don’t worry. You don’t have to go it alone. We are here to help you. With delivery methods to choose from such as in-person, online or virtual, or a blend, Renaissance Professional Services offers a variety of professional development options you can tailor to meet your unique learning needs.
Close the gap between knowing and doing
Closing the gap between learning a new strategy and applying it to your classroom practice can lead to greater achievement for your students, as well as your professional learning. All Renaissance professional development services are designed to make it easy for you to support a cycle of knowing, doing, and achieving. Best of all, we center that cycle around a plan designed with your desired outcomes in mind.
Experts who partner with you
Our team of consultants and coaches are the experts who will partner with you through the knowing, doing, and achieving cycle. They bring real-world expertise in education as well as an in-depth knowledge of Renaissance solutions to the table. Check out their numbers!
- 15 years (on average) of practical education experience—that’s what our Renaissance Consultants bring to their work with you.
- 2,000 educators—that’s how many educators our Renaissance Coaches engage with each year.
How professional development improves outcomes
Special Report: Investing in Teachers
A recent study on the impact of professional development on teachers illustrates the effects of different types of methodologies on teacher mastery and classroom application.
"Research shows schools with 90% teacher
participation in an initiative have student achievement gains 3 to 5 times higher than schools with
only 10% participation"
- Reeves. D. (2010)