Research-Based Learning, Delivered by K20
The K20 Center specializes in the design and facilitation of professional development for educators and administrators.
Authentic teaching and learning provide a framework for what students do and what teachers support during instructional activities so that professional learning sessions can impact teacher growth and student learning within your school.
K20 professional development is exclusively built on research-based strategies and facilitated by personnel who are former teachers and/or administrators. Each session is collaboratively planned with administrators and teachers and based upon the unique needs of the participants.
Professional learning can positively impact student learning if it is focused on content standards, embedded in the teacher’s daily work, and is sustained over time. Professional learning programs that offer an average of 49 hours a year boosted student achievement by approximately 21% (Darling-Hammond, Wei, Andree, Richardson, & Orphanos, 2009).
Uplifting Classroom Environments
The volume of information and research available to early-career teachers can be overwhelming. CCOSA and the K20 Center have partnered to provide a solution to give teachers the core information they need to teach authentically.
Innovative Learning Institute (ILI)
The annual K20 Innovative Learning Institute offers many opportunities for learning and sharing through more than 60 professional development and networking sessions, discussion panels, and guest speakers.
Leadership/Return to Leadership
The K20 Leadership seminars allow school administrators from all over Oklahoma to join our collaborative network, learn together, and share their experiences over a three-day seminar, qualifying their school to apply for an Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust (OETT) grant.
Professional Development Institutes (PDI)
K20 Leadership allows school administrators from all over Oklahoma to join our collaborative network, learn together, and share their experiences over a three-day seminar, qualifying their school to apply for an Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust (OETT) grant.