Testimonial: Making Student Thinking Visible
Testimonial: Equity Professional Learning Program
Testimonial: New Teacher Support - Port Arthur ISD
"The teachers can't get enough! Teachers rave about the training even given the intensity and workload. They are employing strategies and insights from the training into their repertoire and remark of noticeable improvement in student retention of content."
Janice Gauthier Director of Curriculum and Development, Everett Public Schools, MA
"Gary Howard's "Becoming a Culturally Responsive Teacher" has been absolutely transformative. I have gotten so many practical and powerful ideas and strategies to take into my classroom. I am so energized & looking forward to using all that I have learned & all the resources that I will have in hand as a result of the courses on your website. I have recommended these courses and your website to my entire faculty!"
Jen Mathias Pennsylvania School Teacher
"The course Making Student Thinking Visible has provided simple adjustments to strengthen instructional practice and meet the needs of all students. The course has also helped educators make sure that they have high expectations for all students. As a result of this course, we expect to see more students feeling a part of the education setting, more students appreciating all students, higher achievement from underperforming students."
Candi Hazelwood School Improvement Consultant Cuyahoga County, Ohio
"The resources are great! The many examples that have been highlighted have really helped with my awareness. Reading the responses of my peers have also helped me and exposed me to how other schools in Broward County deal with race."
Melvern Bowe Teacher Broward County Public Schools
"The courses from PCG provide an option for my teachers and leadership team to access PD without leaving our school. The online format is convenient, and the online coaches and course materials keep the learning engaging. It gives my staff access to hear from industry leaders and directors, including the DuFours on PLCs."
Principal Pennsylvania Schools