Professional Development

Professional Development Steps

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Guide to Creating the In-District PD for Educators e-Request


SIS uses a variety of student outcome data to coordinate our regional and district level professional development efforts. TST professional development focuses on promoting organizational, educator and student learning.

We aim to develop research-informed (Fowler, Guskey, Learning Forward, Love, Hattie, etc.) professional development opportunities that both lead and support school communities in their efforts to provide the best possible learning environment for every student.

In collaboration with component districts, these professional development opportunities are offered. We invite your input in developing additional opportunities to meet your needs.

TST BOE Goals Central to Our PD Work:

1. TST BOCES will be a viable and quality educational choice for services, as measured both by enrollment and by the degree to which our services reflect the most up-to-date research-based college and
career-ready curricular and service offerings that lead to successful learning outcomes for all students, regardless of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.

2. TST BOCES will be recognized for improving student learning outcomes as the preferred provider of professional development, as measured by participation in direct professional development, requests for technical assistance, and a range of classroom impact data.

Our Regional Coordinator of Curriculum and Professional Development uses a wide range of student outcome data to coordinate regional curriculum and professional development efforts. This work focuses on organizational change, participants’ use of new knowledge and skills, and student learning.

Contact Us

Beth Dryer
Regional Coordinator of Curriculum and Professional Development
607-257-1551, ext. 1040