More about our training:
a new standard for stem education
Our philosophy on professional development is based on Wisconsin’s Standards for Science, which come from Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). We offer a variety of timely professional development opportunities delivered in short and manageable chunks throughout the school year. We also provide online and in-person professional development for educators, preparing them to teaching inquiry-based curriculum.
an ever-changing learning environment
We deliver easy access to high quality professional development and “just in time” training sessions to the teachers we serve. Countless studies have proven that quality professional development impacts not only teacher performance, but also student achievement.
In order to keep costs low, we are seeking creative ways to use technology to impact more teachers than ever before.
The Einstein Project is adopting a new professional development program that will give our teachers more of what they need at a fraction of the cost. We know that teachers need to learn about makerspaces, the Next Generation of Science Standards, coding, and other STEM educational topics.
In our new program, teachers will have shorter, ongoing professional training. Studies show that when a teacher gets ongoing training in a content area, immediately puts it into practice, and then receives timely feedback, student learning is significantly impacted.