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Transforming K-12 Teacher PD

When we surveyed 1,000 educators, 91% said they wanted personalized learning opportunities—it was music to our ears. But then the needle scratched across the record.

Only 20% reported increased access. Moreover, 25% said they had decreasedor, in some cases, zero—access to PD offerings geared to their needs and interests.

That’s why we’re hosting this webinar. To help you improve the timeliness, flexibility and relevance of your PD offerings.

Join us to discuss best practices for personalizing teacher PD—and how to apply them—with four expert practitioners from D2L, The University of Florida Lastinger Center, Putnam Northern Westchester (PNW) BOCES (NY) and Jackson Public Schools (MS)

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45 minutes

Time Zone: 11am ET

During this webinar, you’ll learn how to: 

Align school culture and communications to value and acknowledge teachers as professional learners

Modernize school systems to support personalized teacher pathways

Leverage hybrid methods to enable flexible, authentic, teacher-centered learning

Want to help your teachers be their best and fuel their fire for teaching? Register now to position your district for success.


Terrance Hill Principal of Green Elementary School, Jackson Public Schools (MS)

Terrance Hill is in his 11th year in education and his 3rd year as Principal of Green Elementary in the Jackson Public School District in Jackson, Mississippi. Under Mr. Hill’s leadership, Green’s proficiency in reading and math has doubled since 2019 and improved a letter grade on the state’s accountability system. He holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Education from Jackson State University, a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Mississippi College, and a Specialist of Education in Instructional Leadership from William Carey University. Mr. Hill is currently pursuing a Doctor of Education degree at Jackson State University. In 2023, Mr. Hill launched the “Be The Change EDU” Scholarship for high school seniors who will major in education.

Alex Prinstein Strategy Manager, Coaching, The University of Florida Lastinger Center

Alex Prinstein oversees the development and refinement of the Lastinger Center’s coaching products, utilizing product management processes to ensure the inclusion of user experience in product development. Since leaving the classroom, Alex has focused on designing and implementing high-quality, customized professional learning opportunities for adults. She is passionate about applying systems thinking to the problems of educational practice and working to ensure that promoting equity remains at the forefront of conversations about learning. Alex is a skilled facilitator specializing in creating the conditions, processes, and structures for job-embedded educator communities of practice, allowing educators’ actual dilemmas to become the foundation and content of the experience.

Jennifer Harriton-Wilson Education Technology Coordinator, Putnam Northern Westchester (PNW) BOCES (NY)

Dr. Jennifer Harriton-Wilson is a strong advocate of using technology to help shape and sharpen pedagogical practices. An educator for over 25 years, she blends research and practice together in an effort to leverage technology to improve learning outcomes. Jennifer is passionate about supporting teachers as lifelong learners and about developing and delivering flexible and authentic learning that meets their individualized professional development needs. She is currently the Education Technology Coordinator at PNW BOCES, an adjunct professor at Pace University, and is eager to learn from others.

Mark Schneiderman Senior Director, Strategy and Public Affairs

Mark Schneiderman is the Senior Director of Strategy and Public Affairs at D2L. Mark curates research and strategic partnerships to support the K-12 education sector in identifying and implementing best practices. He previously held senior roles in the technology and nonprofit sectors where he built public-private partnerships to help imagine and advocate for public and school policies that enhance student success through the use of technology and digital learning.