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Solutions for online professional development

Impacting student achievement begins with you

Getting your entire staff on board has never been easier Leaders, you face mounting pressure when it comes to teacher satisfaction and student performance. Our job is to make yours easier—which is why we’ve asked leading voices in the field of education to design online courses in core content areas like the Common Core, assessment, RTI, and 21st century skills.

We’re confident you’ll love our online courses! Research shows that your staff needs about 50 hours of PD to become proficient in new techniques.

Online courses get you to the 50-hour benchmark faster— without using staff development days or budgeting for substitutes.

Contents PLC at Work™


Common Core




Instruction 12 Leadership 14 Response to Intervention 15 School Improvement 16 Literacy 18 English Learners 19 21st Century Skills 20


Supplementing your online course with on-site training ensures deep learning and deep implementation.

A dynamic experience for your entire district If you enroll 20 or more staff members, we can customize a district version of any course. We’ll design a collaborative experience aligned with your unique goals. It’s the perfect opportunity to help teachers earn CEUs while creating continuity, so everyone is working toward the same goal. Every course offers a dynamic and integrated approach to learning. Interviews, progress quizzes, reflection questions, and real classroom footage will empower and motivate your staff to transfer their learning to real-life application in the classroom.

With the district version, you’ll receive premium features that aren’t available with any other versions.

User-friendly software

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Access your own URL and branded district launch page. Use a district-customized landing page for logged-in users. Track user progress, course progress, and log-in information with a reporting tool. View and grade coursework and facilitate the discussion forum.

Additional services and support

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Set up a district-specific course catalog. Configure each course’s exams and completion options. Set discussion forum participation requirements. Customize a certificate of completion.

Live, toll‐free, and email support 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. EST Monday through Friday

See page 22 for more about the user experience.


A smarter way to meet your PD goals Put your goals for student improvement within reach! Enroll teachers in the same online course to help them streamline their learning, while earning CEUs. They’ll naturally supplement their new knowledge with conversations about how to integrate the material in their day-to-day instructional practice.




Strategic initiatives can take up to five years to scale to the entire district. That’s precious time, considering the ever-evolving technologies and learning curves. Most schools can’t afford to wait that long for change.

Online courses are the perfect way to nurture team growth without sacrificing momentum. Develop a shared vision, mission, and understanding of research-based practices. Foster conversations that result in action steps. Plus, any course can be completed in just four months!



In-service days aren’t long enough to build mastery-level development. Mastering a concept is one thing— integrating what you’ve learned into your district is another.

Online courses give your staff access to premium content developed by leading experts. Timely and practical, they offer features such as reflection questions, quizzes, midterms, and final exams. Each course provides your staff with the capacity for mastery-level development. Plus, you have a fourmonth window to finish.

Blended is best Get started today!


Check out our dynamic range of keynote presenters at, and schedule one to kick off your online course.


Book an on-site workshop for key team members, and have them report back to their teams on how to implement the material you’re learning in your online course.


Have the whole team attend an on-site workshop after taking an online course. You’ll be able to continue the momentum by discussing your own unique, site-based implementation challenges and asking the presenters in-depth questions.



Try the blended approach with your staff Reinforce PLC practice with blended PD. Creating a Professional Learning Community at Work™, our new online course, is the perfect place to start. It’s a seamless fit with our collection of PLC at Work™ on-site PD. You’ll explore the essential questions of a PLC, discover how to engage in authentic collaboration and collective inquiry, and learn how to organize your school or district with a resultsbased orientation.

Pair the online course with on-site PD in a variety of forms

Customized workshops Enrich learning on a focused topic. With over 100 topics to choose from and no participation limit, your entire staff will gain in-depth, research-based learning strategies and tips for implementing them. Creating a Professional Learning Community at Work™: Foundational Concepts and Practices

Topic-specific keynotes Bring our keynote speakers’ inspirational stories, thought-provoking questions, and no-nonsense strategies into your school to help relight the fire among staff and colleagues.

Interactive web and video conferencing Highly customizable, these options allow your school an affordable opportunity for ongoing support from experts.


PLC at Work™ Creating a Professional Learning Community at Work™ Foundational Concepts and Practices Presenters: Rebecca DuFour and Richard DuFour

Experience the PLC journey in action! Learn alongside educators new to the process, as PLC at Work™ architects Richard DuFour and Rebecca DuFour help them structure their new school as a PLC. Explore the essential questions of a PLC, discover how to engage in authentic collaboration and collective inquiry, and learn how to organize your school or district with a results-based orientation.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS038 $279.00 34OCB–KDS039 $499.00

• Understand the essential components of the PLC at Work™ process.

• Realize the benefits of PLCs for the entire community.

• Collaborate authentically to develop missions and visions.

• Articulate collective commitments.

• Develop SMART goals and plans to achieve them.

Included eBook Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work™ New Insights for Improving Schools By Richard DuFour, Rebecca DuFour, and Robert Eaker

Bestseller This 10th-anniversary sequel to the authors’ best-selling book Professional Learning Communities at Work™: Best Practices for Enhancing Student Achievement merges research, practice, and passion. The most extensive, practical, and authoritative PLC resource to date, it goes further than ever before into best practices for deep implementation, explores the commitment/consensus issue, and celebrates successes of educators who are making the journey. 544 pages

34OCB–BKF252 $34.95 ISBN 978-1-934009-32-1



Common Core Common Core State Standards in Mathematics, Grades 3–8 Presenters: Diane J. Briars and Timothy D. Kanold

In this timely and practical course, Dr. Kanold and Dr. Briars explain both the whys and the how-tos for implementing the CCSS. You’ll gain strategies for teaching for understanding, tools for planning lessons and evaluating assessments, and classroom-ready tasks that put theory into practice. You’ll also visit classrooms where educators are piloting the CCSS to see their results.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

• Support the eight Mathematical Practices.

• Maintain high cognitive demand.

• Include assessing and advancing questions for formative assessment.

• Meet the needs of all learners.

34OCB–KDS034 $279.00 34OCB–KDS035 $499.00

Strengthen your Common Core implementation. Learn more!


Included eBook Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work™, Grades 3–5 Edited by Timothy D. Kanold By Matthew R. Larson, Francis (Skip) Fennell, Thomasenia Lott Adams, Juli K. Dixon, Beth McCord Kobett, and Jonathan A. Wray Foreword by Rebecca DuFour

This teacher guide illustrates how to sustain successful implementation of the Common Core State Standards for mathematics, grades 3–5. Discover what students should learn and how they should learn it at each grade level. Comprehensive research-affirmed analysis tools and strategies will help you and your collaborative team develop and assess student demonstrations of deep conceptual understanding and procedural fluency. 224 pages

A Joint Publication With the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 34OCB–BKF568 $29.95 ISBN 978-1-936764-00-6


Assessment Assessment and the Common Core State Standards Presenter: Kay Burke

Construct a balanced set of assessment tools that will improve instruction as well as gauge its success. Dr. Burke demonstrates how to repack the Common Core State Standards with a collaborative team, generate checklists and rubrics, share meaningful learning objectives with students, and craft performance tasks that will motivate students in every grade. Gain tools and strategies you can use immediately.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semeter Hours:

34OCB–KDS013 $279.00 34OCB–KDS014 $499.00

• Identify power standards.

• Repack the Common Core State Standards as part of a collaborative team.

• Collaborate with grade-level or subject-area teams to create common assessments.

• Create performance tasks, checklists, and rubrics appropriate to your grade level or subject area.

• Use formal and informal assessment tools to improve instruction and evaluate mastery of the standards.

Included eBook Balanced Assessment From Formative to Summative By Kay Burke

Learn how to integrate formative and summative assessments seamlessly into instruction. The research, rationale, strategies, and examples provided in this book will help teachers develop their own repertoire of formative and summative assessments to monitor, grade, and make inferences about a student’s ability to meet standards and curriculum goals. Exercises at the end of each chapter provide opportunities to reflect and plan action steps. 176 pages

34OCB–BKF272 $24.95 ISBN 978-1-934009-52-9



Assessment Formative Assessment and Standards-Based Grading Presenters: Robert J. Marzano and Tammy Heflebower

Dr. Marzano and Dr. Heflebower walk course participants through the research and theories that support what kind of feedback, assessment, and grading enhance student learning. You’ll also learn how to construct assessments, create rubric-based scales to inform both formative and summative assessments, and monitor and affect students’ progress.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS007 $279.00 34OCB–KDS008 $499.00

• Design multiple assessments that inform instructional design.

• Clarify learning goals for your students.

• Develop rubrics, or proficiency scales, to guide students’ learning.

• Track students’ progress through research-tested methods.

• Assess students for grades with consistent, reliable, and valid methods.

Amp up your approach to assessment. Call today!


Included eBook Formative Assessment & Standards-Based Grading By Robert J. Marzano

Bestseller Learn everything you need to know to implement an integrated system of assessment and grading. The author details the specific benefits of formative assessment. He explains how to design and interpret three different types of formative assessments, how to track student progress, and how to assign meaningful grades. Detailed examples bring each concept to life, and chapter exercises reinforce the content. 184 pages

Published by Marzano Research Laboratory

34OCB–BKL003 $29.95 ISBN 978-0-9822592-2-1


Assessment Grading A Guide to Effective Practice Presenters: Kristine Nielsen and Douglas B. Reeves

Ensure that your grading systems are accurate, fair, specific, and timely. Learn processes for evaluating your current grading system, discussing contentious grading issues with colleagues, and engaging all stakeholders in the feedback and grading process. The presenters address why grading is so important, what relevant factors should influence grades, and how to reconcile qualitative experience with quantitative evidence of learning.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS028 $279.00 34OCB–KDS029 $499.00

• Analyze and revise your current grading practices.

• Employ effective feedback to impact student achievement.

• Analyze what makes students high or low grade earners.

• Render grades and feedback that are accurate, fair, specific, and timely.

• Discover when to apply grades to student work.

• Conduct “reality checks” to assess the effectiveness of your grading.

• Reconsider your use of zeros and the appropriateness of grading homework, and then find substitutes for zeros.

• Determine when to avoid using grades as disciplinary tools.

Included eBook Elements of Grading A Guide to Effective Practice By Douglas B. Reeves

Learn several strategies for improving grading practices, while examining the common arguments against reform. With this practical guide, you can improve grading to meet four essential criteria—accuracy, fairness, specificity, and timeliness—and also make the process quicker and more efficient. Examples, case studies, and opportunities for reflection facilitate individual and schoolwide examination of grading practices. 152 pages

34OCB–BKF410 $24.95 ISBN 978-1-935542-12-4



Instruction Becoming a Reflective Teacher Presenter: Robert J. Marzano

Develop teaching expertise by implementing reflective processes to examine your practice, set growth goals, and use focused practice and feedback to achieve those goals. Dr. Marzano shows how to reflect on your teaching strengths and weaknesses in relation to nine critical questions, provides methods to systematize your reflection process, and explains how to use focused strategies to achieve your goals.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS022 $279.00 34OCB–KDS023 $499.00

• Conduct a complete self-audit of your practice.

• Articulate growth goals.

• Pursue growth goals through the establishing of protocols and focused strategies.

• Solicit feedback from students and colleagues.

• Improve your practice through the reflection process.

Drill down to better instructional practices. Learn more!


Included eBook Becoming a Reflective Teacher By Robert J. Marzano With Tina Boogren, Tammy Heflebower, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre, and Debra J. Pickering

Bestseller Just as successful athletes must identify strengths and weaknesses, set goals, and engage in focused practice to meet their goals, so must teachers. Learn how to combine a model of effective instruction with goal setting, focused practice, focused feedback, and observations to improve your instructional practices. Included are 280 strategies related to the 41 elements of effective teaching proven to enhance student achievement. 256 pages

Published by Marzano Research Laboratory

34OCB–BKL011 $34.95 ISBN 978-0-9833512-3-8


Instruction Differentiation and the Brain Presenters: David A. Sousa and Carol Ann Tomlinson

Dr. Sousa and Dr. Tomlinson offer a model for teachers to set up a differentiated and brain-friendly classroom. Discover the major components of a brain-friendly quality curriculum; explore effective practices for assessing student achievement to inform instruction; learn how to respond to student readiness, interests, and learning profiles; and investigate effective management techniques for the differentiated classroom.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS024 $279.00 34OCB–KDS025 $499.00

• Embrace a growth mindset to affect student achievement.

• Create a cooperative classroom environment.

• Develop a high-quality curriculum.

• Employ assessment strategies.

• Differentiate for readiness, interest, and learning profile.

• Lead and manage differentiated classrooms.

Included eBook Differentiation and the Brain How Neuroscience Supports the Learner-Friendly Classroom By David A. Sousa and Carol Ann Tomlinson

Examine the basic principles of differentiation in light of what current research on educational neuroscience has revealed. This research pool offers information and insights that can help educators decide whether certain curricular, instructional, and assessment choices are likely to be more effective than others. Learn how to implement differentiation so that it achieves the desired result of shared responsibility between teacher and student. 216 pages

34OCB–BKF353 $29.95 ISBN 978-1-935249-59-7



Leadership Transforming School Culture Presenter: Anthony Muhammad

Dr. Muhammad sheds new light on the diverse issues of resistant staff. Explore the root causes of staff resistance to change, and learn immediate, accessible strategies that improve school culture. Dr. Muhammad provides the framework for understanding dynamic relationships within a school culture and ensuring a positive environment that supports the changes necessary to improve learning for all students.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS001 $279.00 34OCB–KDS002 $499.00

• Strategize to build on staff assets.

• Reflect on your own contributions to the school’s culture.

• Overcome resistance and lay the foundation for a powerful learning environment.

• Develop a plan for transforming school culture.

Included eBook Transforming School Culture How to Overcome Staff Division By Anthony Muhammad Foreword by Richard DuFour

Bestseller Busy administrators will appreciate this quick read packed with immediate, accessible strategies. This book provides the framework for understanding dynamic relationships within a school culture and ensuring a positive environment that supports the changes necessary to improve learning for all students. The author explores many aspects of human behavior, social conditions, and history to reveal best practices for building healthy school cultures. 144 pages

34OCB–BKF281 $19.95 ISBN 978-1-934009-45-1


Response to Intervention Pyramid Response to Intervention How to Respond When Kids Don’t Learn Presenters: Austin Buffum, Mike Mattos, and Chris Weber

Austin Buffum, Mike Mattos, and Chris Weber share their experience implementing response to intervention. These experts take participants through the critical stages of establishing professional learning communities in schools and districts, using universal screening tools to ascertain students’ learning needs, and devising interventions for students at three tiers.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS004 $279.00 34OCB–KDS005 $499.00

• Facilitate a professional learning community in your school or district.

• Locate and utilize universal screening tools to ascertain students’ needs.

• Devise appropriate interventions at each of three tiers.

• Monitor student progress and revise interventions accordingly.

• Conduct productive team meetings.

Included eBook Pyramid Response to Intervention RTI, Professional Learning Communities, and How to Respond When Kids Don’t Learn By Austin Buffum, Mike Mattos, and Chris Weber Foreword by Richard DuFour

Bestseller Accessible language and compelling stories illustrate how RTI is most effective when built on the Professional Learning Communities at Work™ process. Written by award-winning educators from successful PLC schools, this book demonstrates how to create three tiers of interventions—from basic to intensive—to address student learning gaps. You will understand what a successful program looks like, and the many reproducible forms and activities will help your team understand how to make RTI work in your school. 248 pages

34OCB–BKF251 $27.95 ISBN 978-1-934009-33-8



School Improvement Teaching Boys in Poverty Presenters: Jim Littlejohn and Ruby K. Payne

Jim Littlejohn and Ruby K. Payne provide invaluable insight about boys who grow up in poverty and how to reach them in school, based on research about their physical, cognitive, and emotional development. Learn how to keep these boys engaged and how to support those at risk of dropping out.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS030 $279.00 34OCB–KDS031 $499.00

• Counter the impact of poverty on boys’ development.

• Employ instructional strategies to accommodate the needs of boys from poverty through their physical, emotional, cognitive, and social development.

• Develop productive and nurturing relationships with boys from poverty in school settings.

Amp up your approach to school improvement. Call today! 800.733.6786

Included eBook Boys in Poverty A Framework for Understanding Dropout By Ruby K. Payne and Paul D. Slocumb Foreword by Michael Gurian

Examine the risk factors for dropout among males living in poverty, especially generational poverty. Explore personal, community, and school system issues, including family dysfunction, disability, poor teaching, punitive discipline, and absence of differentiated instruction. Offering specific interventions, the book focuses on boys’ physical, emotional, cognitive, and social development and the unique problems of sensitive, gay, gifted, ADHD, and postadolescent males. 160 pages

34OCB–BKF383 $24.95 ISBN 978-1-935542-22-3


School Improvement Motivating and Engaging Students Presenters: Robert J. Marzano and Debra J. Pickering

Dr. Marzano and Dr. Pickering show participants how to raise students’ energy levels, demonstrate a positive demeanor, express enthusiasm, and use humor to create a classroom culture in which all students are accepted and challenged. Learn to facilitate emotions for students such as enthusiasm, interest, enjoyment, satisfaction, and pride, so that those students can positively answer the question “How do I feel?”

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS010 $279.00 34OCB–KDS011 $499.00

• Execute specific strategies to engage students throughout their learning.

• Assess students’ engagement.

• Use four categories of strategies on a daily basis: effective pacing, demonstrating intensity and enthusiasm, building positive teacher-student and student-student relationships, and using effective verbal feedback.

Included eBook The Highly Engaged Classroom By Robert J. Marzano and Debra J. Pickering With Tammy Heflebower

Bestseller Student engagement happens as a result of a teacher’s careful planning and execution of specific strategies. This basic premise drives The Highly Engaged Classroom, a self-study text that provides in-depth understanding of how to generate high levels of student attention and engagement. Using the suggestions in this book, every teacher can create a classroom environment where engagement is the norm, not the exception. 240 pages

Published by Marzano Research Laboratory

34OCB–BKL005 $29.95 ISBN 978-0-9822592-4-5



Literacy Elementary Reading Intervention Strategies, Grades K–6 Presenter: Elaine K. McEwan-Adkins

Prevent reading struggles and promote authentic literacy by mastering the art of proactive reading instruction. Then prepare yourself to intervene immediately and effectively at the first signs of students’ struggles by building a personal menu of research-based strategies. From phonics to comprehension, Dr. McEwan-Adkins shows how to help your students develop essential skills. Learn routines and activities that will make them all confident, able readers.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS016 $279.00 34OCB–KDS017 $499.00

• Implement proactive strategies to prevent literacy problems.

• Deliver reading interventions that address existing literacy problems.

• Facilitate elementary school students’ literacy through research-based strategies.

• Provide differentiated, systematic, direct instruction in essential reading skills.

Included eBook 40 Reading Intervention Strategies for K–6 Students Research-Based Support for RTI By Elaine K. McEwan-Adkins

This well-rounded collection of research-based reading intervention strategies will support and inform your RTI efforts. The book also includes teacher-friendly sample lesson plans and miniroutines that are easy to understand and adapt. Many of the strategies motivate average and above-average students as well as scaffold struggling readers. Maximize the power of these interventions by using them across grade-level teams or schoolwide. 352 pages

34OCB–BKF270 $34.95 ISBN 978-1-934009-50-5


English Learners Teaching Reading and Comprehension to English Learners, Grades K–5 Presenter: Margarita Calderón

Align instructional practice for English learners with the Common Core! Dr. Calderón outlines techniques for elementary teachers seeking to improve the reading and comprehension skills of ELs in their classrooms. You will be led through the steps needed to select vocabulary for reading, preteach this vocabulary, and model comprehension strategies like think-alouds and partner reading. Writing and editing strategies complete the picture.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS019 $279.00 34OCB–KDS020 $499.00

• Learn a seven-step process to preteach vocabulary.

• Implement strategies to teach reading comprehension, including think-alouds and partner reading.

• Create strategies to teach writing and editing.

• Reflect on your own practices with the goal of improving the reading, writing, and editing skills of ELs.

Drill down to better instructional practices. Learn more!


Included eBook Teaching Reading & Comprehension to English Learners, K–5 By Margarita Calderón

As more English learners enroll in school each year, teachers and administrators are concerned with the large gap in reading and academic standing between ELs and students performing at grade level. This book addresses the language, literacy, and content instructional needs of ELs and frames quality instruction within effective schooling structures and the implementation of RTI. 176 pages

34OCB–BKF402 $24.95 ISBN 978-1-935542-03-2



21st Century Skills Using Web 2.0 in Teaching and Instruction Presenters: William M. Ferriter and Adam Garry

Discover how you can use today’s technology to create classroom experiences that encourage your students to learn. The presenters help you see the world as students see it in this thought-provoking, lively, and current course. Through teacher workshops and middle school classroom demonstrations, they provide practical suggestions for using new technology to teach “old-school” skills.

Learning Outcomes

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS026 $279.00 34OCB–KDS027 $499.00

• Identify skills that provide endurance, leverage, and readiness.

• Learn tools like Google’s “Related Search” to subcategorize topics, focus research efforts, and direct students.

• Use a rubric to rate the reliability of a website.

• Improve students’ abilities to participate in respectful discussions.

• Teach the specifics of collaborative versus competitive dialogue.

• Develop students’ skills in using statistics, star statements, and stories to craft persuasive arguments.

• Teach students techniques for organizing media, such as using catchphrases as transitions and establishing content rhythm.

Included eBook Teaching the iGeneration 5 Easy Ways to Introduce Essential Skills With Web 2.0 Tools By William M. Ferriter and Adam Garry

Find the natural overlap between the work you already believe in and the digital tools that define tomorrow’s learning. Each chapter introduces an enduring skill: information fluency, persuasion, communication, collaboration, and problem solving. Then, the authors present a digital solution that can be used to enhance traditional skill-based instructional practices. A collection of handouts and supporting materials tailored to each skill and tool type ends each chapter. 256 pages

34OCB–BKF393 $34.95 ISBN 978-1-935249-93-1


21st Century Skills 21st Century Skills Presenter: James A. Bellanca

Gain recommendations, perspectives, and strategies from a wide variety of experts on how to re-envision learning and prepare students for a globally connected world that must adapt to ever-evolving technology. Understand how to help your students learn the strategies and attain the skills they need for the 21st century.

CEUs: 3 Semester Hours:

34OCB–KDS036 $279.00 34OCB–KDS037 $499.00

Strengthen your 21st century skills implementation. Learn more!


Included eBook 21st Century Skills Rethinking How Students Learn Edited by James A. Bellanca and Ron Brandt By John Barell, Linda Darling-Hammond, Chris Dede, Rebecca DuFour, Richard DuFour, Douglas Fisher, Robin J. Fogarty, Nancy Frey, Howard Gardner, Andy Hargreaves, David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson, Ken Kay, Cheryl Lemke, Jay McTighe, Alan November, Bob Pearlman, Brian M. Pete, Douglas B. Reeves, Will Richardson, and Elliott Seif Foreword by Ken Kay

This anthology introduces the Framework for 21st Century Learning from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills as a way to re-envision learning and prepare students for a rapidly evolving global and technological world. Highly respected education leaders and innovators focus on why these skills are necessary, which are most important, and how to best help schools include them in curriculum and instruction. 408 pages

34OCB–BKF389 $34.95 ISBN 978-1-935249-90-0



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