Educational Professional Development Services
In addition to my content creation work, I also deliver professional development in the realm of ed tech. I work with districts across the United States to provide quality, hands-on, training in classroom technology, media integration, and literacy across the content areas. My goal for each training: every participant leaves with something that is immediately actionable. An ideal day ends with participants exclaiming ‘We can use this TOMORROW!’
In addition to large-group training, I also provide professional coaching services. There are four main qualities of effective teacher/coach relationships: respect, knowledge, commitment and compassion.
If you’d like to speak with me about arranging professional development in your own school or district, please contact me at email@example.com or call or text 610.960.6329.
In each and every training, I work to meet the needs of both project managers and participants. Thus, feedback is very important to me. Here’s what some participants had to say about my PD sessions:
Tracy was extremely helpful. She provided practical strategies that I could bring into my classroom tomorrow. -Robin Houlahan, School Without Walls, DC Public Schools
Tracy is a highly engaging and knowledgeable trainer who made all the teachers feel successful no matter what their expertise level with the tool. -M. Wavering, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Upland Unified School District, Upland California
I was extremely surprised at how much I got out of this PD. There is not usually PD that I can utilize, but this was fabulous. I can now access and navigate the text that my students use. – Middle School Science Teacher, Grand Rapids Public Schools
Thank you so much for your patience and wealth of knowledge as an EDUCATOR! It is evident that you were a successful classroom teacher. You really seem to understand the intricacies of a junior high classroom! - Middle School History Teacher, Pioneer Jr. High, Upland, California
The training was well-presented with enough hands-on, kinesthetic, and sharing activites to aid the flow of the training. –Elementary Teacher, Edinburg Public School District, Edinburg, Texas