Professional Learning

PLConnect is empowering teachers and educational leaders with impactful professional development. Learn from leaders in education at our professional learning workshops and events.

Upcoming Workshops

ILEARN Writing Techniques 6-8

Carrie Rosebrock
December 13, 2019

ILEARN Math Instructional Strategies 6-8

Laurie Ferry
January 8, 2020

2020 Language Arts & World Language Caravan

Indiana Publishers Association
January 21, 2020

Writing Mini-Lessons for ILEARN

Carrie Rosebrock
January 23, 2020

PLC Leadership Cadre

This cadre equips school leaders with the necessary philosophy and tools to implement PLCs with fidelity in their buildings or districts.

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Teacher Leadership Academy

Through the academy process, teachers become empowered to lead others in current methodology, collaborative skills, peer intervention, and decision-making.

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Technology Leadership Certification

This certification is designed to help technology leaders empower others to use technology to transform student learning through Future Ready Framework.

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New Teacher Cadre

This cadre equips and supports new teachers within their first three years of the teaching profession.

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Instructional Coaching Cadre

This cadre creates a support network for instructional coaches that provides best practice coaching and feedback strategies for teachers.

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PL Connect Team

Laurie Ferry
Laurie Ferry

Professional Learning Director

Carrie Rosebrock
Carrie Rosebrock

Professional Learning Coordinator

Susie Gardiner

Programs Manager

“Our high school math instructional coach was so impressed by this presentation that we are working with Laurie Ferry to set up a time when she can present to our entire secondary math faculty. Math teachers are hard to impress, so this is a tribute to her expertise and style.”

AnnetteNoblesville Schools

“Carrie has a great and positive energy, while bringing a wealth of knowledge of the PLC process. Her delivery style was smooth while she transitioned from the role of the teachers to the role of administrators. She told people what they needed to hear, not what they wanted to hear.”

Greensburg Community School PLC workshop participant