Reach the Highest Standard in Professional Learning: Learning Designs
- Eleanor Drago-Severson - Columbia University Teachers College, USA
- Patricia Roy
- Valerie von Frank - Michigan State University, USA
A Joint Publication with Learning Forward
The right learning design can support professional growth!
Learning Forward is a leader in understanding and advancing professional learning that leads to student success. This series explores Learning Forward’s seven Standards for Professional Learning which outline the characteristics of effective professional learning that, collectively, advance teaching and learning.
In this volume, you’ll get original essays, an inspirational case study, and detailed guidance on implementing the Design standard. Deepen your knowledge of standards with
- An original essay by Eleanor Drago-Severson that offers a fresh take on designs for professional learning that is grounded in adult developmental theory
- Practical tools that assist readers in selecting appropriate learning designs that promote educator growth
- Examples of powerful designs for professional learning that are job-embedded, promote active engagement, and support implementation
With this book, educators will reach new heights of professional growth and students will reap the benefits.
"The gift of this book is a powerful weave of Eleanor Drago-Severson's exploration of adults' preferred ways of learning, Pat Roy's examination and closer look into the Learning Design Standard, and Valerie von Frank's case study of how thoughtful educators are in applying the learning designs in practice. The book's sequence of perspectives -- theory, learning design standard, and application -- provides a multi-dimensional learning opportunity for educators to increase their awareness and knowledge of how the Learning Design standard becomes a reality resulting in positive change.
I appreciate the thoroughness and development of key ideas about learning designs, and the inclusion of useful tools, charts, and strategies for enactment. This book necessitates that educators understand adult ways of knowing, and the Learning Design standard at deeper levels, in order to offer effective differentiation for educators to transform their practice that supports student learning."