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Tag: <span>renewing professional learning</span>

Pathways to Teaching

Principal Investigator Dr. Brad Portin, Professor in the School of Educational Studies, managed a project funded by the ECMC Foundation, “Pathways to Teaching,” which aimed to identify and demonstrate what is necessary to scale renewed teacher preparation for diverse populations that are grounded in deeper learning content and strategies applied K-20.

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Partnerships for Early Learning

Drs. Allison Hintz and Antony Smith are engaged in an integrated research and development project with community partners. Partnerships for Early Learning is a project of INSPIRE, the UW Seattle College of Education’s effort to advance student learning by designing and implementing systems, resources, and professional development opportunities for and with educators and school leaders. Now in year two, PEL continues to support collaborative work between the University of Washington Bothell, INSPIRE, King County Library System, and YMCA Powerful Schools.

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Pathways to Teaching

Principal Investigator Dr. Brad Portin, Professor in the School of Educational Studies, managed a project funded by the ECMC Foundation, “Pathways to Teaching,” which aimed to identify and demonstrate what is necessary to scale renewed teacher preparation for diverse populations that are grounded in deeper learning content and strategies applied K-20. Through partnerships with Everett School District, Marysville School District, and Everett Community College, Dr. Portin and his team engaged in the work of creating pathways for diverse candidates to teaching. Dr. Portin continued this work with a total budget of $149,922 through September 2019.