MATH PD FOR NEW TEACHERS
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$75 for 25+ Hours of PD & 1100+ resources
ALO is priced at $450 per teacher per year. And - we know brand new teachers are often in need of resources and self-paced professional development. We are offering ALO to pre-service, first year, and second year teachers for $75 for the 2023-2024 year.
New teachers can get ALO for $75. That is a savings of over 80% ($375)! Registering now allows new teachers to have access to the PD and resources through June 30, 2024. This offer is good for pre-service, first-year, and second-year teachers and only until October 1, 2023.
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We created a free, self-paced demo to help show you a little bit of what is available to ALO members. Click the button below to sign up for the demo to get access to sample resources today.
The High Leverage Concepts help focus instruction by identifying the most essential mathematical concepts at each grade level that will allow students to confidently and successfully progress to the next grade level. These concepts are embedded throughout our professional learning experiences and instructional resources to support teachers in prioritizing what matters most.
All Learners Network (ALN) uses a workshop-style approach within a balanced math block in order to leverage both inclusion and differentiation for optimal student learning. Every classroom can support a range of learning and understanding of grade-level content. The ALN lesson structure provides guidance on how to support effective learning that all students can access.
Our experience and implementation science tells us that change is most effective when it moves beyond individual teachers and is spread throughout schools and districts. ALN is dedicated to helping develop and sustain systems of leaders, coaches, and specialists to create a long-term improvement for all students.
ALN assessment tools help surface students' math understanding. Our resources empower educators to be responsive to data signals that show where students might benefit from additional practice or instruction. We guide teachers in using ongoing formative assessment to create strength-based goals for students and design responsive first instruction.
The techniques and resources at ALN come from both existing research and our own research process, which is grounded in design research. ALN champions a rapid cycle of inquiry approach that allows for gathering of data and testing of strategies. You can read more about it in a blog from our founder, here!