Professional Development Workshops & Services

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Educational Epiphany’s Professional Development workshops & services provide educators at all levels of your organization with access to our high-impact, multi-tiered approach to improving student outcomes across all content areas.

Our Professional Development Workshops & Services are strategically delivered through:

  • Virtual and in-person sessions;
  • Job-embedded coaching;
  • Site-based professional learning communities;
  • Content-specific workshop series;
  • In-class demonstration lessons;
  • After-school sessions and workshops;
  • Keynotes; and
  • Breakout sessions.

Special Education

  • Restructuring the Special Education Department
  • Meeting the Complex Needs of Students with IEPs
  • Closing the Reading Gap
  • Leveraging the 6 Co-Teaching Models

Dynamic Instructional Leadership

  • Building a Culture of Instruction
  • Developing & Implementing Data Protocols to Drive Decision Making
  • Long Term Instructional Planning
  • Building High Functioning Professional Learning Communities

District & School Improvement

  • Leveraging Districtwide/Schoolwide Instructional Practices
  • Restructuring the Student Services
  • Engendering Long Term Planning and Backward Mapping
  • Building High Functioning Professional Learning Communities
  • Strategic Planning

Aligning Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment

  • Composing Higher-Order Performance-Based Objectives
  • Using Relevant Data to Drive Decision Making
  • Developing Action Plans for Teaching in the Tested Content Areas
  • Developing a Balanced Assessment System (Schoolwide or Districtwide

Improving Tier I Instruction

  • Understanding the Standards
  • Ensuring Gains Among English Language Learners
  • Promoting Common Instructional Language Across Content Areas
  • Using Manipulatives to Teach Abstract Concepts in Mathematics
  • Lesson Planning: The Gradual Release Model
  • Developing Worthwhile Mathematical Tasks
  • Meeting the Demands of State Standards for Writing
  • Unraveling the State Standards for Mathematics
  • Teaching Disciplinary Literacy in Science, Social Studies & Technical Subject Areas
  • Close Reading
  • Qualifying Texts to Meet the Demands of Complexity
  • Disciplinary Literacy in Science, Social Studies & Technical Subjects
  • Unraveling State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in Social Studies. Science and the Technical Subjects

Universal Teacher Expectations

  • Conducting Meaningful Informal and Formal Observations
  • Leveraging Small Group Instruction
  • Setting up Model Classrooms
  • Leveraging Demonstration Lessons

Systematic Assessment of Student Progress

  • Developing Action Plans for the Tested Content Areas/Short Cycle Assessments
  • Leveraging Interventions and Intervention Data
  • Assistant Principals as Instructional Leaders
  • Reteaching That Matters
  • Leveraging Formative Assessments