Professional Development for Educators

Professional Development for Educators

The Importance of Continuing Professional Development for Educators

Wouldn’t it be great if every person you hired came with all the professional skills needed to work for your school?  Gone would be the days of training new employees in basic concepts like quality, teamwork, productivity, ethics and customer service.

In order to retain quality people and attract more quality people to your school, it’s essential that you have a well-developed professional development process.  Here at Performance Learning, we can help you achieve your goal.

Continuous professional development for educators helps to ensure that you maintain and build a competent workforce to meet the ever changing demands of our times.  Additionally, research shows that individuals who access professional development (district supported or not) are more engaged and committed to meeting the challenges of working at a dynamic organization.  When that access is supported by the school district, employees are more likely to be loyal and apply all their newly developed skills and knowledge to the success of their school.

  • For The Classroom

    A teacher’s professional development is crucial for classroom success, making ongoing education an important component for educators today.  Here at Performance Learning, our professional development courses in the Quad Cities can help you prepare for recertification or endorsements or develop deeper understanding in key areas.  Continuing education for teachers focuses on helping you prepare for the challenges of today’s classroom.

    In education, the term professional development may be used in reference to a wide variety of specialized training, formal education, or advanced professional learning intended to help administrators, teachers, and other educators improve their professional knowledge, competence, skill, and effectiveness.

Performance Learning offers a variety of Quad City professional development courses that address a broad spectrum of concerns that modern educators might face.