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NYC schools adopt professional development system

More than 150 New York City schools, which represent eight Children First Networks, have adopted Teachscape’s Classroom Walkthrough (CWT) software application and online Professional Learning Suite.
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More than 150 New York City schools, which represent eight Children First Networks, have adopted Teachscape’s Classroom Walkthrough (CWT) software application and online Professional Learning Suite.

CWT is a research-based process that allows instructional leaders and others to quickly collect data about classroom practice. Teachscape CWT software includes Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching and other look fors and provides educators with the technology needed to conduct observations by using mobile devices such as iPads and smartphones. Observation data is uploaded to and hosted on a secure Teachscape platform and allows instructional leaders to collect and track instructional data about teaching practice and implement targeted, differentiated professional development.

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NYC schools adopt professional development tool

In an effort to provide more targeted professional development to improve teacher effectiveness, more than 150 New York City schools, which represent eight Children First Networks, have adopted Teachscape’s Classroom Walkthrough (CWT) software application and online Professional Learning Suite.

Professional development services

 Through a blended approach of online and face-to-face services, Teachscape offers educators comprehensive professional  development resources for outcomes-based instructional improvement.

Free Online Professional Development

This first-of-its kind conference is a prime opportunity for superintendents, principals, teachers and school board members to learn from top education experts and preview the next generation of research-based digital curriculum solutions, with no travel required or substitutes to schedule - just a computer and an Internet connection are needed. Educators' response has been so positive that the virtual conference has been extended until July 17.